Drew Ferguson

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Drew Ferguson
Personal information
Date of birth (1957-11-09) November 9, 1957 (age 59)
Place of birth Powell River, British Columbia, Canada
Playing position midfielder or defender
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1978 Vancouver Whitecaps 1 (0)
1979–1982 Edmonton Drillers 80 (4)
1982–1983 Buffalo Stallions 36 (11)
1983–1984 Cleveland Force 44 (20)
1984–1985 New York Cosmos 24 (6)
1985–1986 Chicago Sting 38 (7)
1987–1989 Hamilton Steelers
1989–1990 Cleveland Crunch 12 (0)
National team
1985–1991 Canada 9 (1)
Teams managed
1990–1991 Kitchener Spirit
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 30 June 2009.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 30 June 2009

Drew Ferguson is a former Canadian soccer player born November 9, 1957 in Powell River, British Columbia.

Club career[edit]

Ferguson received initial attention during the 1977 Canada Games where he scored in the final championship game. He started his North American Soccer League career with a single appearance for the Vancouver Whitecaps in 1978, but went on to appear in 80 games for the Edmonton Drillers from 1979 to 1982.[1]

Ferguson would go on to play for such teams as the Hamilton Steelers of the Canadian Soccer League and the Cleveland Force/Cleveland Crunch of the Major Indoor Soccer League.

International career[edit]

Ferguson did not make his first appearance for the Canadian national soccer team until he was 27 years old with a 2-1 win over Trinidad and Tobago in 1985.

Managerial career[edit]

Since retiring as a player, Ferguson has served as the head coach for the Kitchener Spirit of the Canadian Soccer League from 1990–1991,[2] and for Canada's Cerebral Palsy (CP-ISRA) 7-a-side squad at the 2005 and 2007 World Championship.[3]


  1. ^ NASL Jerseys: Drew Ferguson Retrieved on 14 February 2009
  2. ^ Kitchener/Waterloo Record: Kickers, coach play waiting game 25 September 1991
  3. ^ CSA: Drew Ferguson Retrieved on 28 July 2012