Organization of Distinction - Toronto Ulster United

2011 Toronto Ulster UnitedFormed in 1914, Toronto Ulster United is one of the most legendary Canadian teams of the past. They won the National Championship in 1925, 1946 and 1951 and were finalists in 1922 and 1937. Also won the Ontario Cup in 1927, 1929 and 1937. Playing in the National Soccer League, which was formed in 1926, they were champions in the first year and again in 1932, 1933, 1934 and 1941. In 1926 Ulster won the Nathan Straus Cup as champions of the International League, a competition played between U.S. and Canadian clubs. In 1928 And 1930 Ulster played Glasgow Rangers in Toronto and also in 1930 Scottish F.A. Cup winners Kilmarnock three times. Other teams Ulster played in international club competition were Sparta Prague in 1926 (in Chicago), Audax Italiano from Chile in 1933, Islington Corinthians in 1938, Liverpool in 1946 and 1948, Belfast Celtic in 1949 and Manchester United in Detroit
in 1952. Many Ulster players represented Canada, Ontario and Toronto throughout the years against international touring teams. The team folded in 1963 after spending its final season in the Toronto and District League fifth division.