2018: Left English club Queens Park Rangers through mutual consent on January 12… Signed a two-year contract, with an option for 2020, with the Impact on January 18.
2017-18: Appeared in one EFL Cup game with Queens Park Rangers.
2016-17: Played two Championship games with Queens Park Rangers… Extended his contract with the club in October.
2015-16: Played eight Championship games, including three starts, and 228 minutes with QPR, following the club’s relegation to the second division… Also appeared in one FA Cup game.
2014-15: Loaned by Queens Park Rangers to Leyton Orient, in League One, in September for a 28-day period… Appeared in three regular season games, including two starts, while starting one EFL Cup game with Leyton Orient… Loaned by QPR to Notts County, also in the English third division, in October… Scored three goals in eight League One games, starting five, with Notts County… Also started two FA Cup games and two EFL Trophy games.. Returned with Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League for the second half of the season, but didn’t appear.
2013-14: Signed his first professional contract with the Queens Park Rangers first team in July… Loaned by QPR to Oldham United, in the English third division, in November… Registered one goal and one assist in 11 games, including nine starts, and 733 minutes… also earned an assist in three FA Cup games, starting two, with Oldham United, while starting an EFL Trophy game… Loaned by QPR to Coventry City in February… Recorded one goal and one assist in seven starts and 536 minutes in the second half of the season in League One, before returning to Queens Park Rangers in March… Made his debut with QPR in the Championship, in the English second division, on May 3 against Barnsley.
Has played eight games with the Canadian national team, including seven starts, mostly at right back… Made his senior debut with the Reds at the age of 20, on June 3, 2016, against Azerbaijan... Recently took part in the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup in the United States, starting all four games during the tournament… Previously played five games with the Canadian U23 team while representing Canada at the CONCACAF U20 Championship in 2013 and 2015, and at the 2011 FIFA U17 World Cup, in Mexico… Started with the Canadian program at the age of 15, in 2010.
Part of the Toronto FC Academy between 2010 and 2012… Joined QPR’s Academy in 2012, helping the U18 team win the Professional Development League 2 championship, before joining the U21 team in 2013.
Started playing youth football at the age of three for local junior club Kleinburg SC.
Son of Louie and Kimberly Petrasso… Brother Luca is part of the Toronto FC Academy.