Accomplishments: Provincial Soccer Champions 1910, 1913, 1914, 1920, 1925, 1929, 1933. Western Canadian Soccer Champions 1933 and 1934.
The Prince Albert City Football Club was formed in 1907. They were provincial champions, winning the Saskatchewan Shield on seven occasions- 1910, 1913, 1914. The competition was stopped during World War I and started again in 1920. Once again Prince Albert City won the Shield in 1925, 1929, 1933, and were runners-up in 1922, 1924, and 1934.
In 1933 The Prince Albert City Reds became Western Champions by defeating Winnipeg Irish and then Calgary C.P.R. In the national final their opponents were the Toronto Scottish. They played three games, before losing to Toronto 2-1 in the final game.
In 1934 the Reds again reached the national final by defeating the New Westminster Royals and Winnipeg United Weston for the Western Championship. In the final their opponents were Montreal Verdun Park, and in another very close three game contest the Reds lost the national championship by just one goal, by a score of 2-1, in the final game.
This outstanding Prince Albert Club is the only senior soccer team ever to reach the national finals as a representative from Saskatchewan and the first club in the province to win the Provincial Shield in Consecutive years, 1913 & 1914.
Installed in the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame on June 11, 1983
Left to Right:
Front Row: L. Paine (director), J. MacMillan, J. Strathie, L. Quant, J. Byars, T. Makepeace, Jack Howard (director).
2nd Row: M. Foerester, G. Freeland, J. Boyd, J. Proudfoot, H. Slawson.
3rd Row: J. Laurie (coach), E.C. Osborne, J. McCubbin, A. Smith, H. Milne, G. Boyd, H. Gillespie, Dr. M. Humphries (manager/owner), J. Kilpatrick (trainer).