- matches played 85
- goals 6
- assists 5
- Last appearance (days ago) 21
The club of Jay Chapman, Toronto FC, presently holds ninth position in group Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer (United States of America). Since Jay Chapman came into world in 1994, to be more precise January 1st, the midfielder is NaN years younger than Toronto FC's average player. So far in the 2018/2019 season, he competed in 24 fixtures. He stands 183cm high and thus is about the same height as his team on average. Four years and 4 months was the maximum period Jay Chapman ever played in a team, which is his latest one.
In terms of winning, his team was able to do so in 30% of Major League Soccer's matches. He wears the jerses number 14 strip at Toronto FC. Jay Chapman's best season was Major League Soccer 2018 (United States of America), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of both match presence and goals. He completes Toronto FC's intermediate department, alongside players like Michael Bradley, Marky Delgado, Alejandro Pozuelo, Noble Okello, Dante Campbell, Nick DeLeon, Tsubasa Endoh, Richie Laryea, Liam Fraser and Jonathan Osorio.
At 156.53lb, he carries 10lb less than the average Toronto FC player. Throughout his professional career, Jay Chapman participated in 72 games, the last appearance being ten days ago. In his footballer career, a total of three cards were ascribed to Jay Chapman. While thus obtaining an average of 0.33 cards per term, he has not even gotten any yet, for now. The briefest time his spent on a team counts 53 months in his present club. Besides playing for Toronto FC, Jay Chapman additionally is a member of Canada.
The current Major League Soccer 2018 (United States of America) term proves to be good for Jay Chapman, as he managed to score three times (0.13 per match) and provide an assist once. Basically, 5.1% of Toronto FC's goals in Major League Soccer 2018 were caused by him. Ever since Jay Chapman became a professional, he has been committed to none but two clubs. He managed to attract a lot of good feedback after his performance at Canada, the team he was subjected to before joining Toronto FC. Altogether, he was substituted in 47 and out 19 times. Currently, he entered the pit more than he left it which holds true for last season as well.
(Last edited May 8, 2019)