Meet the OneSoccer Experts
Our OneSoccer Experts include hosts, analysts, commentators, and reporters, all of whom share a common trait: a love and passion for soccer in Canada. Come meet the crew!
Kurt Larson – Head of Content
Yes, it’s the OneSoccer Expert himself!
Kurt Larson built his brand with his unparalleled coverage of Toronto FC, MLS, and Canadian soccer in general at the Toronto Sun, before being named the Managing Editor and Director of Content of the Canadian Premier League’s editorial team.
Kurt now serves as the head of all content at OneSoccer, while appearing on our programming to deliver only the hottest hot takes in the industry.
You can follow Kurt Larson on Twitter here: @OneSoccerExpert
Andi Petrillo – On-Air & Matchday Studio Host
A Canadian Screen Award winner and one of Canada’s most recognizable sports personalities, Andi can be seen hosting OneSoccer’s matchday coverage of the Canadian Premier League, Canadian Championship, and the men’s and women’s national teams. Andi has hosted panels at both the men’s and women’s World Cups and is one of the faces of the Olympic Games on CBC.
A Toronto native, Andi was the first woman to become a full-time member of the Hockey Night In Canada studio lineup.
You can follow Andi Petrillo on Twitter here: @AndiPetrillo
Gareth Wheeler – Analyst, Play-by-play Commentator
OneSoccer’s lead play-by-play commentator for the inaugural Canadian Premier League season, Gareth can be found across the channel’s programming as a commentator, host, and analyst.
A national champion with the University of Western Ontario’s men’s soccer team, ‘Wheels’ covered the 2010 World Cup for Sun Media and has been the voice of Toronto FC and Raptors 905 on TSN Radio.
You can follow Gareth Wheeler on Twitter here: @GarethWheeler
Oliver Platt – Our ‘In-the-bubble’ Reporter & Analyst
Slowly coming to terms with his new nickname of ‘Bubble Boy’, Oliver is a OneSoccer reporter and analyst and will be taking you inside the bubble during the Canadian Premier League’s Island Games.
Originally from England, Oliver covered the English Premier League before returning for a second stint in Canada in 2015 — just in time for Toronto FC’s run to back-to-back MLS Cups. His goalscoring exploits in the Oakville Youth Soccer League are still talked about to this day but surprisingly did not draw interest from professional clubs.
You can follow Oliver Platt on Twitter here: @PlattOli
Terry Dunfield – Colour Commentary
A former Toronto FC and Vancouver Whitecaps star who won 14 caps for Canada, Terry is among the most recognizable voices in Canadian soccer broadcasting and serves as a colour commentator and analyst with OneSoccer.
The Manchester City academy graduate is now a head coach in the Toronto FC Academy, an assistant with the Canadian national teams, and is also finding time to complete a law degree.
You can follow Terry Dunfield on Twitter here: @Terry_Dunfield
Adam Jenkins – On-Air Host & Commentary
A rising star both in the studio and on the company soccer team, Adam Jenkins juggles hosting, play-by-play commentary, and sideline reporting across OneSoccer’s live match coverage and magazine shows.
Before joining OneSoccer, the Trenton native cut his teeth calling and covering CWHL and Ryerson Rams games. On his days off, Adam continues to pursue his pilot’s license having grown up with an uncle and a grandfather that served in the Royal Canadian Air Force.
You can follow Adam Jenkins on Twitter here: @AdamKJenkins
Armen Bedakian – Senior Manager, Social & Digital Media
Armen joins OneSoccer to oversee our social media and web team, having previously served as the Supervising Editor of the Canadian Premier League’s editorial department.
With previous experience at Major League Soccer and theScore FC, Armen brings his soccer passion and web journalism skills to our digital and social content offerings (while reminding us all that we should probably be following Alphonso Davies on TikTok…)
In the meantime, you can follow Armen Bedakian on Twitter: @ArmenBedakian
The OneSoccer Experts are a collection of some of the most recognizable names and faces in the industry across Canada. We’re here to bring you high-quality soccer content, video features, and more, featuring a varied set of voices from all walks of life, whether former professional footballers, data-driven analysts, entertaining hosts, or hot-take specialists.
OneSoccer talent is all about bringing you, the viewers, as much high-quality content as we can. That means breaking down every single key play with our data-driven analysis, ranking, rating, and debating every talking point and comparable metric, and bringing you entertaining features and videos on a wide variety of soccer, both domestically and from around the world.
OneSoccer is your home for soccer in Canada. As such, we’re committed to bringing you up-to-the-minute updates and specialized video content as we grow the beautiful game in this country.
Whether it’s local leagues like the Canadian Premier League, domestic competitions like the Canadian Championship, international affairs such as the 2021 and 2023 Gold Cup and 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, and leagues from abroad like Liga MX and the Chinese Super League, we hope to be your source for soccer coverage.
As such, you, the viewer, are an integral member of our team, too! Join us as we bring soccer from coast-to-coast, and follow us on social media, too: