Jason deVos is the Canada Soccer 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.
And since his retirement from professional play in 2008, he has provided expert TV analysis on footie-related programming, most recently as part of TSN’s soccer coverage.
DeVos has been involved in a change management grassroots development role previously at Canada’s largest soccer club – Oakville Soccer – and been a member of various Technical Committees at the Ontario Soccer Association since 2011. He holds both a UEFA Pro License and USSF A License.
An honoured member of The Soccer Hall of Fame, deVos is a product of Canada’s development system and a decorated Canadian international and professional player. With nearly 20 years of experience as a player including stints as captain with the Men’s National Team, Dundee United, Wigan Athletic and Ipswich Town FC, he also spent time with the Montreal Impact. Notably, deVos was a member of the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup winning squad and was named to the Canada Soccer All-Time Canada XI in 2012.
DeVos was a session speaker at the Ontario Soccer Summit 2018 and a keynote speaker at the Ontario Soccer Summit 2017.