A winger from Burnaby, BC, Terran Campbell joined Whitecaps FC Residency in Sept. 2011 after representing his home province of British Columbia.
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2012-13: The Burnaby, BC native started 14 of his 23 appearances in the regular season for Whitecaps FC U-16 Residency, scoring six goals on the season including both tallies in the big 2-0 triumph over Portland Timbers on December 16, 2012.
2013: Campbell was called up as part of a 30-player group assembled for a three-day prospects evaluation for the U-15 Canadian men’s national team. The camp was held from June 4 through June 6 in Montreal, Quebec. He was also named to Canada's Men's U-15 20-man roster for the 2013 Copa Mexico de Naciones which took place in Mexico City from August 10 to 18.
Campbell started his soccer career with South Burnaby Metro Club, where he played from the U-7 to U-13 level. He then moved to Burnaby Selects Soccer Club for the 2010-11 season, where he led them to a U-14 Metro league championship title. Campbell was also a member of the BC U-13 provincial team in 2010.
As a student in Burnaby, BC, Campbell attended Marlborough Elementary School before moving to Burnaby South Secondary School. Campbell is currently in the tenth grade. His parents are Sheree and Carlos Campbell.
The 5-foot-10 striker's favourite soccer team is English Premier League giants Manchester United, while his favourite player is their stud forward Wayne Rooney. He one day dreams of playing at the Red Devils' legendary home stadium of Old Trafford. Away from the soccer pitch, Campbell enjoys playing an assortment of sports, while also hanging out with his friends. His favourite food is pasta.