Pat Onstad

Soccer Player

Pat Onstad was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on January 13th, 1968 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 56, Pat Onstad biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 13, 1968
Place of Birth
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
56 years old
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Association Football Player
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Pat Onstad Life

Patrick Stewart Onstad (born January 13, 1968) is a Canadian former soccer goalkeeper currently serving as the technical director of Columbus Crew SC.

During his career, Onstad played with a variety of clubs in Canada and the United States and was a three-time winner of MLS Cup.

He was inducted into the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame in November 2015.


Pat Onstad Career

Playing career

Onstad debuted in 1987, and was a member of the Vancouver 86ers of the Canadian Soccer League. He competed for the Winnipeg Fury, also of the CSL from 1988 to 1989. For 1990 and 1991, he starred on the Toronto Blizzard, his third CSL team. Onstad returned to the Fury in 1992, winning both the CSL Championship and the CSL Goalkeeper of the Year Award.

Onstad debuted on the APSL in 1994, while playing for the Toronto Rockets. After a season with the Rockets, he transferred to the Montreal Impact in 1995. He played indoors for the Edmonton Drillers of the NPSL in 1996. In 1997, he played for the Toronto Lynx, which was part of the A-League.

Onstad played for the Rochester Raging Rhinos in 1998, winning the A-League championship and then named league Goalkeeper of the Year after losing only 13 goals in 26 regular season games. Onstad remained with Rochester for 1999 and helped the Rhinos become the first minor league team to win the U.S. Open Cup since the beginning of Major League Soccer.

Onstad was signed by Dundee United of Scotland for the 1999–2000 and 2001 seasons, but he did not get any playing time with the first team.

He returned to Rochester in 2001, and although a wrist injury held him out of action for the majority of the year, he finished second in the league in goals against the following year.

Onstad was signed by the San Jose Earthquakes as a discovery player as a replacement for Joe Cannon on March 13, 2003. Onstad did a good job, leading the Earthquakes to their second MLS Cup in three years and winning the MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Award. He had an outstanding year in 2005, helping the Earthquakes go undefeated at home for the first time in MLS history), winning the MLS Supporter' Shield, and winning the MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Award for the second time. In both 2003 and 2005, he was selected to the MLS Best XI. For the 2006 season, he and the majority of his Earthquakes teammates relocated to Houston. Onstad appeared for every minute of the Dynamo's regular season.

Onstad's employment option was downgraded after the 2010 MLS season. He opted to participate in the 2010 MLS Re-Entry Draft but was not selected in the Re-Entry Draft. Onstad resigned on December 21, 2010.

Onstad competed for Canada at the 1987 Pan American Games and the 1987 FIFA World Youth Championship.

Onstad made his senior debut for the Canadian national team against Bermuda on February 18, 1988, and the team played a total of 60 games over a 22-year span. In three unsuccessful World Cup qualification campaigns, he appeared for Canada in 15 FIFA World Cup qualification matches. His last official international match was against Jamaica in August 2008. On May 24, 2010, he played a friendly against Argentina.


Paulo Nagamura, the Houston Dynamo's head coach, is in his first season with the club, which is at the bottom of West, September 6, 2022
Nagamura was hired on January 3 after four years as the head coach of Sporting KC II in the USL Championship. Houston also struggled under Nagamura this season, when the team had an 8-5-16 record under former MLS player David Johnson. 'Paulo is a difficult decision because he has earned the trust of the players and staff for his unwavering dedication to the club,' general manager Pat Onstad said in a team statement.'