Wandrille Lefèvre

Wandrille Lefèvre
Wandrille Lefèvre
Wandrille Lefèvre
Montreal Impact
Real Name: Wandrille Lefèvre
HT: 6' 1" WT: 175
Age: 26 (12/17/1989)
Birthplace: Chartres, France
Hometown: Montréal, Québec

Amway Canadian Championship:
2013, 2014

Set personal records in MLS with 15 games played and 1,220 minutes, including 13 starts… Recorded his second career assist on August 23 in New York… Selected once as the Videotron Player of the Game… Helped the team win a second consecutive Canadian championship, playing two games, including one as a starter… Played three CONCACAF Champions League group stage games, including one start… Also started four of five games in the MLS Reserve League.

2013: Officially joined the Impact’s first team on February 26, along with defender Maxim Tissot, after taking part in the team’s training camp… Recorded his first career assist in his MLS debut on April 27 against Chicago on April 27… Played six regular season games in central defence, including four starts… Selected once by the fans as the Videotron Player of the Game… Also started one Amway Canadian Championship game and two CONCACAF Champions League game… Started nine games and played 810 minutes in the MLS Reserve League.

2011: Played two games with the Impact in the NASL, in the North American second division.

Joined the Impact Academy in 2011, playing two seasons with the Impact U21… Was a finalist for the 2012 CSL Most Valuable Player award… Trained regularly with the first team in 2012, playing eight MLS Reserve League games and 504 minutes, including five starts… Took part in the first team’s post-season tour in Italy, playing an international match against the ACF Fiorentina Primavera.

Played four seasons with the Université de Montréal Carabins, between 2007 and 2010… Named a CIS Second Team All Star and RSEQ First Team All Star in 2008 and to the 2009 RSEQ Second Team All Star.

Played with Montreal – Concordia from 2003 to 2007 following his arrival in Quebec… Was part of the Perpignan academy system between 1998 and 2003.

Son of Thierry-Olivier and Marguerite Lefèvre… Has three brothers and one sister… His grandfather Marcel was a professional cyclist… He is bilingual… Holds his Canadian permanent residency.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2015Montreal Impact111129900949010
2014Montreal Impact15130122013120030
2013Montreal Impact6403971213020
Career Totals-322822607214632060
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