Bill Millar was born in Scotland and immigrated to Canada at the age of 13. He first played soccer in Canada for East Hamilton and represented Hamilton three times in the Canusa Games. Success followed as he played for Hamilton Legion and won the Ontario Cup twice, the Eastern Canadian Championship and was a finalist in the Nationals.
Soccer success continued as Bill captained Team Ontario and played in the first ever Canada Games. He captained Mc Master University to an Ontario Quebec Championship and a place in the Nationals in 1971 where he was awarded the Team MVP. He has the distinction of being the first ever Mc Master player to play for Canada. Bill represented Canada in the Pan American Games.
Hamilton Appollo, Hamilton City and Club Roma are the 3 teams that Bill played for in the National Soccer League.
As a coach Bill has been extremely successful. He has coached OSA teams to 3 National Championships and was the first ever coach of an Ontario Women’s Team. He won the CIS National Championship while coaching Brock University. He has been coaching Brock for 27 years. He has been an OSA instructor for 35 years, was a chairman of the OSA Coaching Development Committee and holds a CSA “A” license Coaching Certificate