A nine-year professional, including eight combined seasons with Seattle Sounders FC and San Jose Earthquakes, Bryan Meredith joined Vancouver in January 2020 via trade from Inter Miami CF in exchange for their natural fourth-round selection in the 2021 MLS SuperDraft.
INTER MIAMI CF
'19-'20: Meredith was selected by Inter Miami CF ninth overall in the MLS Expansion Draft in November 2019.
SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC
'16-'19: In his second stint with Seattle, Meredith primarily served as the backup keeper after rejoining the Sounders via the MLS Re-Entry Draft in 2016, recording two Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup appearances and 25 matches with USL Championship affiliate Tacoma Defiance. '11-'12: Meredith originally started his professional career with the Sounders in 2011 as a second-round selection out of Monmouth University at the MLS SuperDraft. He would make his MLS debut in the following year, earning 15 appearances including cup competition as a second-year player.
SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES
'14-'15: Meredith returned to MLS in 2014 with San Jose Earthquakes before eventually rejoining the Sounders via the MLS Re-Entry Draft in 2016.
'13: Meredith had stints with Swedish Superettan side IK Brage and North American Soccer League club New York Cosmos in 2013.