Wandrille Lefèvre


professional Pro Soccer Player

Wandrille Lefèvre is a French-Canadian soccer player and Canadian international, born in Chartres (Eure-et-Loir, France). He is a central defenseman with the Montreal Impact in MLS.
Wandrille Lefèvre plays with the youth teams at OC Perpignan, a Montpellier HSC satellite club. With his family, he moved to Montreal where he continued soccer with the Montreal- Concordia club.

He graduated from Stanislas College. In 2007, he joined the University of Montreal and played with the Carabins in the university league. In 2011, he joined the Montreal Impact Academy and played with the U21 team in the Canadian Soccer League. At the end of the 2012 season, he joined the first team of the Montreal Impact for his post-season tour in Italy.
He participated in the preparation of the 2013 season with the Impact first team with whom he won the Walt Disney World Pro Soccer Classic. He signed his first professional contract on February 26, 2013.
He made his debut with Canada's national team on Oct. 13, playing a friendly game 1-1 against Ghana. He is called for the first time for an official game on 6 November for CONCACAF's qualifying round for the 2018 World Cup in Russia He graduated with a trilingual bachelor's degree from HEC Montréal in professional accounting. he is in the process of obtaining his professional designation of Accountant (CPA).