Warren Creavalle

Warren Creavalle
Warren Creavalle
Warren Creavalle
Real Name: Warren Creavalle
HT: 5' 9" WT: 168
Pronunciation: CRUH-valle
Age: 27 (08/14/1990)
Birthplace: Acworth, GA
Hometown: Acworth, GA


2017 (Philadelphia): Creavalle made 13 appearances (five starts) at central midfield for Philadelphia in 2017, with one assist ... he was part of the matchday 18 for the club's opener at Vancouver (March 5) ... continued in the matchday 18 for the home opener vs. Toronto FC (March 11) and in each Union match through the contest at D.C. United (April 1) ... was called up by the Guyana National Team ahead of a friendly against Martinique (March 28), where he earned his third career cap ... missed the match vs. New York City FC (April 14) after being listed as questionable with a right calf contusion ... returned to the matchday 18 during the match at LA Galaxy (April 29), but did not appear ... made his first appearance of the season at D.C. United (May 13), helping the team close out a 4-0 win ... again helped the team finish a shutout victory with a second straight substitute appearance, vs. Houston (May 17) ... came on as a substitute for the third straight match, helping close out another win, vs. Colorado (May 20) ... was in the matchday 18 at Real Salt Lake (May 27) ... started his first match of the season at NYCFC (June 3) ... made his fifth appearance of the season with a substitute's nod vs. the New York Red Bulls (June 18) ... missed the match vs. D.C. United (June 24) after being listed as out ... was upgraded to questionable before the clashes vs. New England (July 2) and at Sporting KC (July 6), but did not appear ... started the friendly vs. Swansea City AFC (July 15) ... returned to the starting lineup in league play at Montreal (July 19) ... came on as a substitute at Columbus (July 22) ... was in the matchday 18, but did not appear, in the match vs. Columbus (July 26) and in every contest thereafter through the clash at San Jose (August 19) ... came on as a substitute at Toronto (August 23) and vs. Atlanta (August 26) ... started at Minnesota (September 9) and came on as a substitute at New York (September 17) ... started vs. Chicago (September 23), registering his first assist of the season ... continued in the starting lineup at Atlanta (September 27) ... missed the stretch of matches vs. Seattle (October 1) through the rest of the season with a right hamstring strain ... was called up by Guyana ahead of an international friendly vs. Grenada (October 7) but could not travel due to injury ... did not appear in the 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup.
2016 (Philadelphia): In his first full season with the Union, Creavalle tied his career-best with 27 appearances and set a new career high with 21 starts. He registered one assist for the Union, on March 20, 2016 against New England. He also made three U.S. Open Cup appearances and started the club’s postseason contest against his former team, Toronto FC.
2015 (Toronto FC/Philadelphia): Another season split between two clubs for Creavalle, starting the year with Toronto FC (14 appearances, one goal). He also appeared in two Canadian Championship contests with the Reds. On August 7, 2015, he was traded to Philadelphia for a Second Round choice in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. He debuted for Philadelphia on August 9, 2015 against Orlando City and made a total of five appearances for the team.
2014 (Houston/Toronto FC): Creavalle began the season with Houston, playing in 16 league matches and four CONCACAF Champions League contests. Midway through the year, he was traded to Toronto FC for the number one spot in the Allocation Ranking, which the Dynamo used to acquire DaMarcus Beasley. With the Reds, Creavalle played in 10 contests, scoring once.
2013 (Houston): In his second professional season, Creavalle made 27 league appearances, scoring three times and assisting once. His first professional goal came on March 24, 2013 against Vancouver. Creavalle also played in two U.S. Open Cup matches and five postseason contests.
2012 (Houston): Creavalle was selected by the Dynamo in the Second Round (37th overall) of the 2012 MLS SuperDraft. He appeared in 11 matches during his rookie season, assisting once. His debut came on June 11, 2012 at Vancouver with his helper occurring on September 30, 2012 vs. New England. He also played in one U.S. Open Cup match and in one MLS Cup Playoffs match as Houston advanced to the final. Creavalle made five appearances in the 2012-13 CONCACAF Champions League.
Creavalle represents Guyana in international play, having earned four caps for the team. He made his debut for the side during 2017 Caribbean Cup qualification. He earned his first call-up of the 2017 season on March 24 in advance of a friendly against Martinique (March 28), a match that he started for his third cap as part of a 0-0 draw. He was called up again by Guyana before a friendly vs. Granada (October 7) but could not travel due to injury. After the 2017 season, he received another call-up to represent the side in a friendly vs. Trinidad and Tobago (November 14), which he started in a 1-1 draw.
Previously, he played with the U.S. National U-20 side in 2008.
Creavalle appeared in 73 career collegiate games and recorded eight goals and 10 assists, playing for both Furman and Central Florida. In 2011, he earned All-Conference USA First Team honors, and was named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List. In 2010, Creavalle was named All-American Third Team, becoming the first UCF player to earn All-America status since 1997.
Philadelphia Union acquired Warren Creavalle from Toronto FC on August 7, 2015 in exchange for a Second Round selection in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. Creavalle re-signed with the Union on January 23, 2016.
Name: Warren Creavalle
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5’9”
Weight: 168
Born: August 14, 1990 in Acworth, GA
Hometown: Acworth, GA
Citizenship: United States, Guyana
Acquired: Philadelphia Union acquired Warren Creavalle from Toronto FC on August 7, 2015 in exchange for a Second Round selection in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. Creavalle re-signed with the Union on January 23, 2016.
Previous Experience: Toronto FC (2014-2015), Houston Dynamo (2012-2014)

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2017Philadelphia Union13505451209020
2016Philadelphia Union27210180714033051
2015Philadelphia Union5201661004010
2015Toronto FC148173004316131
2014Toronto FC10716120117010
2014Houston Dynamo1610089002218030
2013Houston Dynamo271731629122722030
2012Houston Dynamo11504791315000
Career Totals-1237556858538141141182
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