Thomas Hasal

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Full Name Thomas Hasal
Age 21 Years Old
Nick Name Thomas Hasal
Gender Male
Famous As Soccer Player
Birth Date July 09, 1999
Birth Place Cambridge, Ontario

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About Thomas Hasal

Thomas Hasal is a Canadian soccer player who plays as a goalkeeper for the Vancouver Whitecaps FC in Major League Soccer. He is a famous soccer player. On 7th March 2019, Hasal signed a contract with the Whitecaps. Before joining the Whitecaps youth system, Hasal played one year with Saskatoon club Aurora SC. His shirt number is 51 and the current team is Vancouver Whitecaps FC. Recently, Marc Dos Santos arranged his shorthanded Vancouver Whitecaps FC side in a rugged defensive posture that kept favored Sporting Kansas City scoreless over 90-plus minutes on Sunday night, hanging tough in their MLS is Back Tournament Round of 16 clashes despite conceding a whopping 36 shots before their upset bid fell painfully short in a penalty-kick shootout. Thomas became the first player signed from the Whitecaps U-23 development team and the fourth teenage academy soccer player signed onto the roster. 

Famous For

  • Being a Canadian Soccer Player.
  • For being named to the Canadian U-23 provisional roster for the 2020 CONCACAF Men's Olympic Qualifying Championship.

Thomas Hasal Punching the ball

Source: @usatoday

Early Life of Thomas Hasal

Thomas was born on 9th July 1999. His born place is in Cambridge, Ontario, whereas his birth nation is Canada. Thomas's nationality is Canadian and ethnicity is Canadian-White. His race is white while the star sign is Cancer. Thomas celebrates his birthday on 9th July of every year and he had celebrated his 21st birthday as of 2020. He joined the Vancouver Whitecaps FC Saskatchewan Academy Centre in 2013. Thomas Hasal joined the Club's U-18 Side and moved to Vancouver in 2016. After joining the developmental academy he started in 23 games and an additional 8 playoff games. In 2016 Hasal led the U-19 team to the Academy Championship Semi-finals.

Career of Thomas Hasal

  • Thomas Hasal jumpoff his career by joining the Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
  • The Vancouver Whitecaps FC signed Thomas as a goalkeeper from the Whitecaps Saskatchewan Academy Centre on 7th March 2019 and signed through the 2020 season, with club options for the 2021 and 2022 seasons.  
  • He primarily served as the club's third-string goalkeeper, and saw no playing time in the 2019 season and made his MLS debut as a substitute on 19th July 2020, early in the second half of an MLS is Back Tournament group stage match to replace Maxime Crepeau, who had suffered a fractured left thumb after being stepped on by a Seattle Sounders player.
  • Bryan Meredith normally served as the Whitecaps' backup goalkeeper, but he was unavailable after leaving the tournament bubble due to his mother's death, leaving Thomas as the Whitecaps' only option for the remainder of the tournament. 
  • Thomas did not allow any further goals against Seattle. He started in the next match and held Chicago Fire FC scoreless, making four saves in the 2-0 win that took Vancouver into the tournament's knockout stage.
  • Vancouver was considered a significant underdog going into their round of 16 matches against Sporting Kansas City, with eleven players unavailable and having performed mediocrely in the group stage. However, he continued his shutout and made eight saves to hold the score at 0-0 through 90 minutes, before Vancouver ultimately fell to Kansas City with a 3-1 score in a penalty shootout.
  • Despite the loss, Thomas's strong performance throughout his unexpected tournament berth shined a spotlight on the young reserve goalkeeper, with MLSsoccer.com calling him "Vancouver Whitecaps FC's new Saskatoon star".

International Career

  • Thomas Hasal represented Canada at the U-18, U-20, and U-23 levels.
  • Hasal was 17 years old when he made his debut for the Canadian youth program in 2016, and he represented Canada in the CONCACAF men's U-20 Championship in 2017 that took place in San Jose, Costa Rica.
  • The following year Hasal represented Canada in the CONCACAF U-20 Championship which took place in the U.S. He has posted two clean sheets in his five starts for Canada throughout both of the Championships.
  • On 26th February 2020, he was named to the Canadian U-23 provisional roster for the 2020 CONCACAF Men's Olympic Qualifying Championship.
  •  Marc Dos Santos arranged Hasal's shorthanded Vancouver Whitecaps FC side in a rugged defensive posture that kept favored Sporting Kansas City scoreless over 90-plus minutes on Sunday night, hanging tough in their MLS is Back Tournament Round of 16 clashes despite conceding a whopping 36 shots before their upset bid fell painfully short in a penalty-kick shootout.
  • His next tactical challenge: Keep Thomas Hasal off Twitter, Instagram, and possibly a few other such platforms favored by your typical North American 21-year-old these days.
  • ''Thomas needs to stay focused. Thomas needs to stay away from the blah-blah-blah of social media and guys that get too excited fast and too low fast,'' cautioned the Whitecaps' head coach after his young Homegrown goalkeeper made eight saves to stymie one of the Western Conference's more potent attacks in just his third-ever MLS appearance, all of them at this tournament.
  • Vancouver Whitecaps goalkeeper Thomas Hasal capped off his amazing performance in his team's penalty kick defeat to Sporting Kansas City with a selection to the MLS Team of the Week presented by Audi. The 21-year-old Homegrown product provided one of the best stories of the tournament so far, coming into the tournament third on the depth chart before being thrust into emergency action, manning two straight clean sheets, making an array of saves against SKC and stuffing an attempt in the shootout.
  • The players on the latest Team of the Week contributed six goals and a total of $6,000 which the Audi Goals Drive Progress program will contribute to MLS club academies, which helped produce the likes of McKenzie and Hasal.

Thomas Hasal, a famous goalkeeper for Whitecaps FC

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Awards and Achievement of Thomas Hasal

  • Saskatchewan Soccer Youth Male Player of the Year 2016 and 2017

Personal Life of Thomas Hasal

Regarding Hasal's personal life, he is not a married guy. He is not dating anyone and living a single life up to date. He is mainly focusing on his career which is so good. At age five, Hasal's family moved to Ottawa, where he began playing soccer. His family moved again to Alberta at age seven, before settling in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan when he was nine. And talking about his sexual orientation, he is straight. Hasal is targeting his career to make it successful and hope he will be.

Net Worth of Thomas Hasal

Moving towards Thomas's net worth, his net worth is around $1 million to $ 5 million. And as of 2020, Hasal's net worth is in millions of dollars. He also earns a perfect amount of salary whereas his basic salary is $56,250 and guaranteed compensation is $66,250 as of 2020. Thomas can earn that much amount because of his hard work. His main source of income is from Soccer career. He is satisfied with his earnings and enjoying it. 

Body Measurement of Thomas Hasal

Talking about Hasal's body measurement, he has a tall height of 6 feet or 1.83 m. And his body weight is around 79 kg. Thomas Hasal is a handsome guy with black hair and a dark brown eye. And regarding his body build, it's athletic. He had attracted many people from his appearances. Up to the date, Thomas is living a healthy, fit, and fine life.