Cavallini to Waterman: Meet the 11 MLS players on Canada’s World Cup roster
Canada’s 26-player roster for the FIFA 2022 World Cup is out.
Joel Waterman signed a two-year contract with the club, with options for 2022 and 2023.
Waterman also played with Cavalry FC, helping the team finish atop both the Canadian Premier League Spring and Fall Seasons’ standings, before appearing in the first leg of the league final. He played 25 regular season games and 1,719 minutes, scoring one goal, and three Canadian Championship games. He was selected by Calgary in the second round of the 2019 CPL U-Sports Draft.
He previously played four seasons with the Trinity Western University Spartans, in British Columbia, registering nine goals and four assists in 47 career games, including 38 starts.
Waterman also played three seasons in the USL Premier Development League, suiting up with the Kitsap Pumas in 2016, TSS FC Rovers in 2017 and the Calgary Foothills in 2018, with whom he won the league playoff championship. He also appeared in two Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup games in 2016..
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