The 1946-47 season saw St. Andrews FC based out of Vancouver win every competition they were eligible to enter. Consequently, they brought home the Anderson Cup, the Mainland Cup, the Pacific Coast League Trophy, the Nanaimo Perpetual Trophy, and the Dominion Football Association Trophy.

The team won the 1947 Dominion Cup for the Canadian soccer championship. The Cup final was played at Callister Park in Vancouver before the largest crowd (7,533 spectators) in Canadian soccer history. It was the first national championship in the forty-year-old club’s history.

Team Members:
Frank Ambler, David Brown, Ted Enefer, William ‘Bill’ Findler (manager), Nick Glover, Cecil Goodheart, Jim Greig, Wes Henderson, Jack Jones, Don Matheson, G. Matheson (trainer), Johnny McKay, John Newbold, Robert Newbold, David Simpson, George Steele, Earling Storness, John Webber, Jack Whent.