Born: Falkirk, Scotland, October 6, 1948.
Clubs: St. Catharines Heidelberg, Toronto Metros 1974, St. Catharines Roma. Half back. Played 22 times for Canada's full national team as well as for the Olympic team. One of Canada's most talented midfield players, Douglas missed some of the recognition he deserved as he preferred to remain an amateur. He was captain of the Canadian team during the final rounds of the Olympics of 1976, attracting international attention when he scored Canada's goal in the dying minutes of the game against the Soviet Union. Played with the World Cup teams of 1972 and 1976. Apart from one brief season with Toronto Metros, Douglas played almost all his club soccer for St. Catharines in the National Soccer League and later became coach of St. Catharines Roma.