Option declined following 2019 season.
Ousted has been a starter for the majority of his six seasons in MLS, including five with the Vancouver Whitecaps, and is known as one of the most consistent 'keepers in MLS over the years. A finalist for MLS Goalkeeper of the Year in 2015, the Dane is credited as being a key figure in Vancouver's success that season. After losing his starting role late in 2017, he won the job in D.C., but was deemed expendable following Bill Hamid's return from Europe.
INTERNATIONAL: Ousted represented the Danish national team on the U-19 level and also received call-ups at the U-20 and U-21 age groups.
OUTSIDE MLS: Prior to joining the Whitecaps, Ousted worked his way up the Danish league ranks. Signing his first professional deal with Brondby IF, he played in brief loan spells at lower division sides Nykøbing, Falster Alliancen, and Akademisk Boldklub. He then moved to Hellerup IK in the Danish second division, before signing with SønderjyskE, then in the second division. He helped them to promotion, then signed for Randers, who were also then in the second division. Ousted also helped that club to promotion to the Danish SuperLiga, then featured for Randers in Europa League qualifiers.
NOTES: Won the 2015 Amway Canadian Championship with Vancouver. He was also voted Etihad Airways Player of the Month for June 2015.