Jason Bent

Jason Bent was named Toronto FC II head coach on November 20, 2014. He spent the past three seasons as an assistant coach with the first team. Bent originally joined the team ahead of the 2011 season after spending the previous three seasons in the Academy. Prior to coaching, Bent started his professional playing career in 1997 with German second division club, FSV Zwickau where he spent one season before moving to the Colorado Rapids in Major League Soccer (MLS).  He spent three seasons with Colorado appearing in over 50 matches and was part of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup finals squad in 1999. His last professional club was Plymouth Argyle in England where he played three seasons. Bent helped Plymouth win the Division Three Championship in 2001-2002, and the Division Two Championship in 2003-2004.  In addition to his club football career, Bent earned 32 caps for the Canadian Senior Men’s National Team. Bent holds both his USSF National “A” coaching License and a UEFA B Level 2 coaching License.