Except for serving as a Corporal in Korea for the U.S. Army from 1953-54, Winfield’s playing career was from 1948-1968, scoring more than 150 career goals with 13 different teams, including Sheffield (England) United Juniors, Lincoln Hillers and being a standout right halfback for Harmarville (1st USA team) Hurricanes’ 1952-53 national runner-up team.

A member of four championship teams and five finalists, Roy was selected for nationwide Olympic tryouts in 1952 and 1960, as well as the 1951 RIO World Cup Games and 1959 Pan American Games.

Winfield also helped the 1962 Gallatin Tigers win West Penn, Stuart Cup, and Washington County League championships. He played on Atlasburg Vets team’s 1963 Sweet Cup Championship squad and scored a hat trick in the final game of his career in 1968.

He went on to coach college soccer and Bronco and Pony League youth baseball. He managed the 1976 Presco baseball team to a league championship and 1976 Pony League All Stars were regional runner-ups to eventual Pony World Series runner-up Monongahela. He passed away at the age of 60 on Nov. 23, 1992.