HONOURS & TITLES
Amway Canadian Championship: 2013, 2014
2014: Played in 20 regular season games, including seven starts in his second MLS season, scoring two goals… Played at left back and left midfield during the season… Selected twice as the Videotron Player of the Game… Helped the team win a second consecutive Canadian championship, playing three games, including one as a starter… Played three games in the group stage of the CONCACAF Champions League… Also recorded two goals and one assist in six starts in the MLS Reserve League.
2013: Officially joined the Impact’s first team on February 26, along with midfielder Wandrille Lefèvre, after taking part in the team’s training camp… Made his MLS debut on April 14 against Columbus and scored his first career goal on September 29 in Chicago… Played six regular season games, including three starts, registering one goal and one assist… Chosen once by the fans as the Videotron Player of the Game… Also started two Amway Canadian Championship games and recorded one assist in two CONCACAF Champions League games… Started seven MLS Reserve League games.
Played two games, including one start, with the Canadian National Team, making his debut on January 16, 2015, against Iceland… Earned his first invitation with the Canadian National Team in November 2014 for a friendly game against Panama, but he didn’t play.
Joined the Trois-Rivières Attack in 2009 and helped the club win the CSL championship… Played the following two seasons with the Impact U21… Named the 2012 CSL Defender of the Year… Played four MLS Reserve League games, including one start… Took part in the first team’s post-season tour in Italy, playing an international match against the ACF Fiorentina Primavera.
Played his minor soccer in the Gatineau region with FC Outaouais AAA from 2004 to 2008… Was part of the National High Performance Centre between 2006 and 2009… Also played with the provincial and regional selection teams.
Son of Jacques and Jo-Ann Tissot… Has one brother, Pierre-Olivier… He is bilingual… Enjoys hockey.