Alphonso Davies

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National Team
FC Bayern Munich
Defender, Midfielder
Alphonso Davies is a Canadian professional football player who plays as a winger and left back for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Canadian national team. He started off his professional journey with the Vancouver Whitecaps FC residency program, where he quicky excelled through the ranks and made his professional debut at the age of 15. Alphonso transferred to Bayern Munich in 2018 for a record transfer fee for an MLS club. Since joining FC Bayern, he has gone on to win every single club trophy possible, while establishing himself as one of the players in the world and as one of the most marketable athletes in the game.  He also made his national team debut at the age of 16, making him the youngest player to play for Canada. Davies quickly became a hero for Canada as he helped them qualify for their first FIFA World Cup tournament since 1986. At the World Cup, Alphonso registered Canada’s first-ever goal at a world cup after his header found the back of the net versus Croatia, which cemented his place in Canadian sporting history.