HOW ACQUIRED: Maxime Crépau became the fourth homegrown player in Impact franchise history on March 5th, 2013.
The Homegrown goakeeper has yet to play in an MLS game, but there are big expectations for the youngster in 2017 season as he attempts to solidify his place with the Canadian national team and see his first league minutes.
INTERNATIONAL: Crépau made his national team debut in Feb. 2015, against the United States and was called up to the national team for the third round of 2018 World Cup qualifiers vs. Belize. He was first invited to Canadian national team senior camp in Jan. 2014. Took part in the 2013 Francophone Games, in Nice, France, with the Canadian U21 team. Crépau sarted all three games for the Canadian U20 team in the CONCACAF U20 Championships, in Mexico. Also started six games for the Canadian U17 team, including one game in the World Cup.