A strong, athletic Canadian international centre back, Doneil Henry was acquired by Vancouver Whitecaps FC via the Major League Soccer Allocation Process in December 2017 following three seasons with English Premier League club West Ham United FC.
2018: Henry made 14 starts and appearances in his first MLS season with the 'Caps, while also making three full 90-minute appearances in the Canadian Championship.
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2018: Henry went on a five-week loan stint with Ottawa Fury FC from April to May, helping the USL side to a clean sheet in each of his three starts, recording 36 clearances, four blocks, seven interceptions, and two tackles.
2015-17: Previous to joining Whitecaps FC, Henry spent three seasons with West Ham. He spent the majority of his time with the English Premier League club on loan spells, making four appearances with then-Championship side Blackburn Rovers FC from 2015 to 2016, and four appearances with Danish Superliga club AC Horsens in 2016. Henry also started his lone first-team match for West Ham in the 2015-16 UEFA Europa League, and also featured for the Hammers' U-21 team. 2014-15: Henry was transferred from Toronto FC to Apollon Limassol in October 2014 but did not feature for the Cypriot First Division club, and continued his career on loan to Toronto FC.
2010-14: Henry started his professional career with Toronto FC, when he became the club's first Academy product to sign an MLS contract in 2010. He made 73 starts in 93 first-team appearances across all competitions for TFC, scoring five goals from 2010 to 2015. He helped Toronto to three straight Canadian Championships beginning in 2010, including playing every minute of their Voyageurs Cup run in 2012. He was transferred from Toronto FC to Cypriot First Division club Apollon Limassol in October 2014 but was loaned back to TFC for the 2014 MLS season.
Henry was honoured with the Canadian U-20 Player of the Year award in 2012, and has over 20 caps for the Canadian senior men's national team.
Henry was recognized for his exceptional work as community ambassador for Whitecaps FC in his first year with the club, receiving the Humanitarian of the Year award at the 2018 WFC Player Awards.