Player Details


Ashtone Morgan


5' 11"


165 lbs

Date of Birth

2.9.1991 (32)


Toronto, ON Canada



Position Detail

Full Back

Preferred Side


Roster Category


Player Category

International, Homegrown
Career Summary

Acquired: Signed with Real Salt Lake on January 21, 2020.

Professional Career

2020 Real Salt Lake: Morgan started the first game of the season for the Real Monarchs in a 1-0 loss against San Antonio FC on March 8 in what would be his only appearance for the USLC side.

2018-2019 Toronto FC (Canada): Morgan spent the first nine seasons of his professional career with Toronto FC, where he tallied two goals, 11 assists and 92 starts in 127 MLS appearances. He finished his career in Toronto with an additional 19 appearances in the annual tournament to crown the best club in Canada, culminating in a third Canadian Championship victory in 2018. Morgan also played in 22 CONCACAF Champions League matches, scoring one goal in the international tournament.

2017 Toronto FC (Canada): Winners of the 2017 Canadian Championship, Morgan and Toronto FC went on to win the 2017 MLS Cup Final, as well as the 2017 MLS Supporters’ Shield. Morgan scored his first professional goal in a 2-2 draw against NYCFC on July 20, 2017. 

2012 Toronto FC (Canada): Morgan helped Toronto FC win the 2012 Canadian Championship with starts in all 4 of his appearances in the competition.

2011 Toronto FC (Canada): A product of Toronto FC’s Academy, Morgan made his professional debut for the first team on March 26, 2011 in a 2-0 win over the Portland Timbers. He finished his first season with 9 starts and 2 assists in 14 appearances. 

International Career (Canada)

2020: Morgan joined the Canadian squad for friendlies against Barbados and Iceland in January 2020, bringing his total number of international caps to 18.

2019: Morgan represented Canada in the 2019 Gold Cup, appearing twice for the club in matches against Cuba and Haiti.

2011-2015: Morgan made his first international appearance for the Canadian National Team in a 7-0 victory over Saint Lucia on October 8, 2011. He went on to appear in 13 matches for the squad through 2015.