Samuel Charron

13 March 1998
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
178 cm
University of Ottawa
Where they grew up
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
International "A" - CAN Para
60 Appearances
59 Starts
51 Goals
18 Assists


Samuel Charron

Samuel Charron... speaks English and French (as well as some Spanish)... his father was born in Hawkesbury, ON while his mother was born in Ottawa, ON... he was four years old when he started playing soccer for Cumberland Cobras... enjoys hanging out with friends and family... favourites have included Lionel Messi, Manchester City... other favourites have included Anthony Calvillo, Montréal Canadiens... earned degree in International Business from St. Francis Xavier University in 2020...

IFCPF World Cup Player of the Tournament in 2019 and Most Valuable Player in 2022... two-time Canadian Para Soccer Player of the Year (2016 and 2019)...

has represented Canada at five IFCPF World Cups (2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2022)...

said coach Drew Ferguson in 2019, “Samuel Charron is arguably one of the best Para Soccer players in the world and we are very honoured to have him representing Canada. Canada finished 11th at the 2019 IFCPF World Cup and yet Sam was still named the best player of 16 nations, a huge accomplishment and a well-deserved achievement”...

For Country

he was 12 years old when he made his debut in Canada Soccer’s Para Soccer National Team Program in 2010 with coach Drew Ferguson... he scored his first international Para Soccer goal for Canada on 8 June 2012 in Barcelona, ESP (7-a-side Futbol Tournament)… represented Canada at the 2013 CP-ISRA World Championship in Spain (Intercontinental Cup)... represented Canada at the 2015 CP-ISRA World Championship in England... finished fourth with Canada at the Parapanamerican Games Toronto 2015... represented Canada at the 2017 IFCPF World Championships in Argentina... represented Canada at the Copa América IFCPF 2018 Ecuador... represented Canada at the IFCPF World Cup Sevilla 2019... he was the second Para Soccer footballer to make his 50th appearance for Canada (30 November 2019)... represented Canada at the IFCPF Men’s World Cup Salou 2022...

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