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David Fronimadis
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Personal information
Full name David Fronimadis
Date of birth October 13, 1982 (1982-10-13) (age 27)
Place of birth    Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Playing position defender
Youth career
1998–2000 AS Jean-Talon Rosemont
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
Laval Dynamites
Montreal Impact
05 (0)
82 (2)   
National team2
U20 Canada
03 (0)
01 (0)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of 22 December 2009.
2 National team caps and goals correct
as of 22 December 2009.
* Appearances (Goals)

David Fronimadis (born October 13, 1982 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada[1]) is a former Canadian soccer player who most recently played for the Montreal Impact.

He is Greek and Italian descent.


Club career

In his amateur years he played for AS Jean-Talon Rosemont of the Quebec Elite Soccer League where he won the Golden Ball and Golden Boot as the League MVP and leading scorer. The same he was named the 1999 Youth Player of the Year in the province of Quebec at the Quebec Soccer Federation’s Gala de la Mi-Temps awards banquet.

In 2001 he signed for the Laval Dynamites where he helped the Dynamites earn a playoff berth in their first CPSL season.


Montreal Impact

In 2002 he made his USL First Division debut signing with the Montreal Impact. In 2003 he helped Montreal post the best defence in the league, with 21 goals allowed in 28 games, and scored his first two career goals with the Impact in 2003. Scored his first July 2 in Montreal against the Charlotte Eagles, his second August 9 against the Salty Dogs. He won Impact Unsung Hero Award, and was named 2003 Player of the Year in the province of Quebec.

In 2004 he suffered a serious knee injury in an exhibition game against Haiti on May 23, 2004 and missed the rest of the season, where the Impact would go on to win the League Championship, and the same year win the Voyageurs Cup. In 2005 he helped Montreal to a 15-game undefeated streak a new league record, as well win the regular-season title. But weren't able to defend their League Championship.

In 2006 he helped the Impact post the best defense in the league for a fourth straight year, allowing only 15 goals in 28 games, a team record first set in 2004 and tied for the first time last year. Also helped the Impact collect 16 shutouts in 28 games, the second best total in club history tied with last year’s, and three behind the league record of 19 set in 2004 by Montreal. They were able to defend their regular-season title, and the Voyageurs Cup, but were defeated in the playoffs by the Vancouver Whitecaps.

International career

He played his one and only game for the Canada national soccer team on 18 January 2004 against Barbados national football team in a friendly game[2].


  • 2001: QCSL World Cup Most Gentlemanly Player[3]


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