Maxime Crepeau

by John Max 27 Jan,2022
Maxime Crepeau
Personal Info
  • Famous Name Maxime Crepeau
  • Country Canada CA
Facts
  • Birth Name Maxime Crepeau
  • Birth Place Greenfield Park, Quebec
  • Famous Name Maxime Crepeau
  • Net Worth $0.8 million
  • Salary $0.2 million
  • Position in Team Goalkeeper
  • Current team Los Angeles FC
  • Nationality Canadian
  • Ethnicity White
  • Profession Soccer Player
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Married to Cristina Dagenais
  • Children 1

Maxime Crepeau is a Canadian professional soccer player regarded as one of the best active goalkeepers in Major League Soccer (MLS). Currently, he is signed to the MLS side Los Angeles FC. Besides, he plays for the Canadian national team at the international level and has earned 14 caps. 

Greenfield Park, Quebec native Maxime Crepeau was born on 11th May 1994, under the star sign. He holds Canadian nationality and is of white ethnic background. The twenty-seven-year-old stands 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) tall. 

How Much Is Maxime Crepeau's Net Worth In 2022?

Maxime Crepeau's current market value is €2 million, last updated on 9th November 2021. 

He is currently playing for the Los Angeles FC where his base salary is $0.2 million. 

Salary History

Year Team Salary
2013 Montreal Impact     $35,125
2014 Montreal Impact     $48,500
2015 Montreal Impact     $60,000
2016 Montreal Impact     $52,500
2017 Montreal Impact     $79,083
2018 Montreal Impact     $84,083
2019 Vancouver Whitecaps FC     $94,083
2020 Vancouver Whitecaps FC     $252,500
2021 Vancouver Whitecaps FC     $277,500

As of 2022, his net worth is approximately $0.8 million. 

Is Maxime Crepeau Married?

Maxime is married to his long-time girlfriend, Cristina Dagenais. The couple out public in 2016. Since Degaenais is often spotted during Crepeau's games. 

In December 2016, the couple got engaged and finally tied the knot in January 2020. 

Maxime CAPTION: Maxime Crepeau and Cristina Dagenais's wedding photo SOURCE: Instagram @mcrepeau

In January 2021, the couple announced they are expecting a baby. He wrote, "Can’t wait to meet you We love you so much already! #June2021

Their daughter Lyvia was born on 1st June 2021. 

Career

Club

Maxime Crepeau began playing football in 2008 with Celtix du Haut-Richelieu. Later, he joined the youth set up og Montreal Impact for two years. 

In 2013,  Montreal Impact signed Crepeau a senior team contract, becoming the team's fourth Homegrown Player. 

In 2015, he was loaned out to FC Montreal. On 2nd May 2015, he made his debut for Montreal against the Rochester Rhinos. 

Before the 2017 season, he was promoted to the #2 goalkeeper position, behind Evan Bush, by the Impact. In May 2017, he debuted first-team in the first leg of the 2017 Canadian Championship against Vancouver Whitecaps FC. 

For the 2018 season, Impact loaned out him to Ottawa Fury of the USL. For May 2018, he won  USL Player of the Month. By the end of the season, he recorded the most shutouts in a single season with 15 in USL. Further, he was named USL's All-League First Team and would also be named USL Goalkeeper of the year.

On 9th December 2018, Impact traded Crepeau to Vancouver Whitecaps FC for a third-round pick in the 2020 MLS SuperDraft and $50,000 Targeted Allocation Money. On 2nd March 2019, he debuted for the Whitecaps in the season opener against Minnesota United.

The following two seasons, he took over the starting goalkeeper role with the Whitecaps, however, missed most of the 2020 season due to suffering a fractured thumb in the MLS is Back Tournament.

On 20th January 2020, Crepeau was bought by Los Angeles FC in a trade of $1M in General Allocation Money.  

International

Maxime has represented Canada in U17, U20, and U23 levels. 

In January 2014, Crepeau earned his first call from the Canadian senior team as part of a training camp under coach Benito Floro. On 2nd Feburary 2016, he made his international debut against the United States.

Further, he received a call for the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup, where he played a game at the tournament, replacing an injured Milan Borjan in Canada's tournament opener against French Guiana.

In May 2019, he was named for the Canada national team squad for the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup. In July 2021, he received a call for the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup. His national teammates are Sam Adekugbe and Milan Borjan.

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