Player Details


Myer Bevan


MY-er BEV-in


6' 0"


170 lbs

Date of Birth

4.23.1997 (26)


Auckland, New Zealand



Player Status

Loaned Out
Career Summary

A young, hungry, and developing New Zealand international forward with dual citizenship in Canada, Myer Bevan signed a first-team contract in December 2017 after spending a season in the USL. He originally joined the club with Whitecaps FC 2 in May 2017 from the Nike Football Academy. In March 2018, Bevan was loaned out to to Swedish club Husqvarna FF through July 10, 2018, with options to recall, and to extend through the end of 2018.

Coming soon to BC Place @myer_bevan #VWFC

— Vancouver Whitecaps (@WhitecapsFC) December 13, 2017

Bevan joined WFC2 midway through the 2017 season, scoring three goals in 11 starts and 13 appearances. He earned a USL Team of the Week bench selection following his first goal against Reno 1868 FC in Week 17. His 18.8 per cent conversion rate was tops among WFC2 players with a minimum of 10 shots attempted.

Prior to joining Whitecaps FC 2, Bevan played in the Nike Football Academy, a full-time professional-level training program out of St George’s Park, the English FA national football centre in the United Kingdom. The Auckland native earned a spot on the academy roster after being singled out from over 200 other young Kiwi players in the New Zealand leg of the Nike Most Wanted event in 2016. 

Bevan was a member of the New Zealand U-20 national team, making his international debut with a hat-trick versus Cook Islands in the Oceania World Cup qualifiers in 2016. He added a brace against Honduras in the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup. Bevan made his men's national team debut in the World Cup qualifier versus Solomon Islands, scoring his first goal in senior competition in the second leg and only his second cap.

Prior to his move to England, Bevan got his start with semi-professional side Western Springs AFC. He then developed in the youth team of his hometown club Auckland City FC in 2015-16, and made his professional debut with the first team as a late substitute in an ASB Premiership fixture versus WaiBOP United in February 2016.