Jason is Canada Soccer’s Director of Development.

The former Men’s National Team member and professional player is responsible for the overall management, direction and development of coaching and grassroots development programs across Canada.

From his retirement from professional play in 2008 to joining Canada Soccer in his current role in 2016, deVos provided expert soccer analysis for CBC, Gol TV and most recently for TSN. deVos served as an assistant coach for the bronze medal winning 2016 Olympic Women’s Soccer team and holds both the UEFA Pro Licence and the Canada Soccer A Licence.

An honoured member of The Soccer Hall of Fame and the Ipswich Town FC Hall of Fame, deVos is a product of Canada’s development system and a decorated Canadian international and professional player.

His nearly 20 years of experience as a player included leadership roles as the captain of Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team, Dundee United, Wigan Athletic and Ipswich Town FC.

Notably, deVos captained the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup winning squad and was named to the Canada Soccer All-Time Canada XI in 2012.

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