Ike MacKay

Forward, Football player

1948 –

16

Who is Ike MacKay?

Ike MacKay is a former Canadian soccer forward. He played 9 times, scoring one goal, for the Canadian national soccer team.

A Nanaimo area product, MacKay graduated from Oak Bay High School. MacKay played four North American Soccer League seasons. He played for the Vancouver Royals in the league's inaugural season, 1968. MacKay later played three seasons with the Portland Timbers, scoring 3 goals in 10 games in 1976, 1 goal in 16 games in 1977, and 2 assists in 24 games in 1978.

MacKay played in four 1974 FIFA World Cup qualification matches played in 1972, scoring a goal against the Americans in a 2-2 draw. Canada failed to advance. He later played five times in 1977 in qualifying for the 1978 World Cup.

MacKay was also an Olympic soccer team member, playing in one qualifying match for the 1968 Summer Olympics. Canada lost the match played in Edmonton 1-2 to Cuba and failed to advance. He also played for the Canadian Futsal team at the 1983 Pan American Cup.

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Born
Aug 2, 1948
Gabriola Island
Nationality
  • Canada
Education
  • Oak Bay High School

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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