WHITECAPS FC SIGN GOALKEEPER MAXIME CRÉPEAU TO A CONTRACT EXTENSION
Among the league’s rising keepers, Crépeau agrees to contract through 2022, with option for 2023
VANCOUVER, BC – He’s a keeper.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC have retained another building block on Tuesday, as the club announced that Canadian international goalkeeper Maxime Crépeau has signed a new contract through 2022, with an option for 2023.
Crépeau is the second key player in recent weeks to extend his commitment to Whitecaps FC for at least the next two-plus seasons. Ali Adnan agreed to a new contract through 2021, with an option for 2022, earlier this month.
Whitecaps FC goalkeeper Maxime Crépeau
- 18 MLS appearances with 4.06 saves per game and a 70.9 save percentage, second and tied for sixth among keepers with 15 or more starts
- Clean sheets versus LAFC, Portland Timbers, Seattle Sounders FC, and Minnesota United FC
- MLS Team of the Week selections following Week 11 vs. Portland Timbers, and Week 12 vs. Atlanta United FC and at Sporting Kansas City
- 94 appearances for club and country