Tomasz Radzinski

14 December 1973
Poznan, POL
174 cm
Where they grew up
Jnowroclaw, POL & Toronto, Ontario, Canada
International "A" - CAN MNT
46 Appearances
44 Starts
10 Goals
10 Assists


Tomasz Radzinski

Tomasz Radzinski... he was 13 years old when his family left Poland for Germany; three years later, he moved with his family to Canada...

honoured by the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2018, with his official celebration ahead of the Canada international home match on 16 October 2018 at BMO Field in Toronto... Canada Soccer Player of the Year in 1998...

represented Canada in three cycles of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers and one edition of the Concacaf Gold Cup... career 46 international "A" appearances across 16 years from 1994 to 2009 with Canada Soccer's Men's National Team…

club career in Canada, Poland, Germany, Belgium, England and Greece, including appearances in UEFA Cup and UEFA Champions League... in Belgium, a two-time Championnat de Belgique winner with RSC Anderlecht (1999-2000 and 2000-01), one-time Supercoupe de Belgique winner with RSC Anderlecht (2000), and one-time Coupe de Belgique winner with Germinal Ekeren (1997)... with 11 goals in 2002-03, held the single-season record for goals by a Canadian in one of Europe’s top five league (England, France, Germany, Italy or Spain), surpassed 18 years later by Jonathan David in 2020-21...

said Holger Osieck in October 2002, Radzinski “is in a different class, he brings speed, movement, and he has a thinking and understanding that is right now above everybody else on Canada”...

For Country

represented Canada at the II Jeux de la Francophonie 1994 in Paris/Évry-Bondoufle (Canada's U-23 team)... he was 21 years old when he made his debut for Canada (04 June 1995)... represented Canada at the 1996 CONCACAF Gold Cup... represented Canada in 1996-97 CONCACAF / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for France 1998... missed the 2002 CONCACAF Gold Cup because of an injury... represented Canada in 2004 CONCACAF / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for Germany 2006... played in a career-high seven consecutive Canada matches in 2008... represented Canada in 2008 CONCACAF / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for South Africa 2010...

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