Canada Soccer

Canada Soccer Hall of Fame

Whitey McDonald (NIR)

Canada Soccer Hall of Fame

Date of birth: 1902-08-11
Birthplace: Omagh, NIR
Raised: Hamilton, ON, CAN
Date of death: 1956-06-07
Nickname: Whitey
All Positions: Hall of Fame honoured member
Team Honours: Scottish League & Scottish Cup champion, American Soccer League champion
Profile Text Last Updated 2017-08-17
Please help us improve this page >> Contact Us

Notes

Robert Logan McDonald... soccer family (brother Andy “Red”)... he was very young when his family moved to Hamilton, ON... played as a wing half in Canada, but then as a left back with Glasgow Rangers in Scotland... worked as a physiotherapist...  in 2000, was part of the inaugural class honoured by The Soccer Hall of Fame (one of 11 former players)...

For Country

represented Northern Ireland against Scotland in 1930 and against England in 1932...

For Club

In CANADA • played for Hamilton Thistle... played for Toronto Ulster United FC... 
/ in USA • played for Bethlehem Steel four seasons from 1924-28 with 119 matches and seven goals scored)... won the 1927 American Soccer League championship with Bethlehem Steel... 
/ in SCOTLAND • played for Glasgow Rangers FC (1928 to 1939)... won four Scottish League Cups... won four Scottish Cups... 
Year Prize Honour
2015 Honoured Member (Athlete - Soccer) Hamilton Soccer Hall of Fame
2000 Honoured Player / Joueur honoré Canada Soccer Hall of Fame

CANADA SOCCER IMAGES

View All

Proud partners of Canada Soccer