ULSTER UNITED

1914

Formed in 1914 Ulster United went on to be one of the most successful clubs in Canadian soccer history. The founders included George Waring.

They were often known as the Red Handers. In 1914 they won the championship of the Third Division of the Toronto & District League and were promoted to the Second Division.

1915

Seventy per cent of their players and members volunteered for active war service in 1915.

1916

Ulster United won the 1916 Toronto Senior League and the Brigden Cup

1917

Won the Brigden Cup in 1917.

1918

Won the City championship and the Dunlop Shield in 1918.

1919

In 1919 they won the City Championship and the Dunlop Shield.

1920

Won the Brigden Cup by beating Willy’s-Overland by 2-1 on December 18, 1920.

1921

The Red Handers won the Inter-City League in 1921.

1922

In 1922 they again won the Inter-City League.

Qualified for Eastern Finals of Connaught Cup. Defeated Montreal Grenadier Guards in the Eastern Finals.

1923

Ulster United won the Inter-City League in 1923.

Qualified for Eastern Finals of Connaught Cup. Lost to Montreal C.P.R. in the Eastern Finals.

1924

In 1924 they won

1925

Ulster United won their first of three national championships in 1925 by beating in the Connaught Cup finals.

Won the British Consols Cup.

1926

In 1926 they won the Nathan Strauss Cup.

1927

In 1927 they strengthened their team by signing Tommy Cowan from Falkirk.

Won the Ontario Cup.

Won the British Consols Cup.

1928

Won the British Consols Cup.

1929

Won the Western Section of the National Soccer League. In league games played they won 13 and tied 5.

Won the Ontario Cup in 1929.

Won the British Consols Cup.

Won the Robertson Cup.

1930

Won the British Consols Cup.

1931

Won the British Consols Cup.

1932

1933

1934

Played in 36 league and cup games. Won 28, lost 2 and drew 6. Scored 100 goals and had 30 scored against them.

1935

1936

1937

Lost in the Dominion Cup finals to Vancouver Johnston Nationals.

Won the Ontario Cup in 1937.

Won the British Consols Cup.

1938

Won the British Consols Cup.

1939

1940

1941

Honorary President: T. R. Houston

President: George Waring

1942

President: George S. Waring

Joined the Toronto Senior Soccer League before the start of the 1942 season.

Won the Toronto City Cup. Defeated East End Canadians in the first round. In the finals they lost the first game by 6-1 to Dominion Bridge. In the second game they won 7-0. Ulster United won the round 8-1.

1943

President: George S. Waring

Members of the Toronto Senior Soccer League. The club won five trophies in the 1943 season.

In the Toronto City Cup of 1943 Ulster United defeated Shipbuilders in the 2nd round 4-1 and Dominion Bridge in the third round 2-1. In the semi final they lost to M. D. No. 2 in 30 minutes overtime by 2-3. Ulster United protested the game and entered the finals. In the final they defeated King Edward 2-0. Goals for in this competition was 10 against 5.

1944

President: George S. Waring

During the season the Redhanders played in 38 games. They won 25, lost 3 and tied 10.

Of the 18 league games played, Ulster United won 11 and tied 7, scoring a total
of goals 62 against 25.

Won the A.J. Halliwell Inter-City Trophy by beating Hamilton Stelcos.

Won the J. W. Pickavant Trophy by defeating King Edward 4-2.

Secretary J. Taylor joined the Army halfway through the season.

1945

President: George S. Waring

Secretary: N.D. Chapman

Joined the newly-formed Ontario Major Soccer League.

Won the British Consols Cup.

1946

President: George Waring

Ulster United president George Waring with the trophies won during the 1946 season. The trophy in front of him is the British Consols Trophy.

Played in 50 games. Lost only three times, those being losses in exhibition matches.

Won the Dominion Cup, Ontario League championship, Consols Cup, Toronto City championship, Dunlop Cup and J. Harris Trophy.

George Waring retired as president after the season.

1947

President:

Vice-president: Walter Freer

1948

1949

Members of the Ontario Major Soccer League.

1950

Returned to the National Soccer League.

1953

President: Walter Freer

Members of the National Soccer League.

1954

1962

Dropped out from the National Soccer League after the season.