Born: Liverpool, England, Dec 6, 1943.
No individual or professional staff member or person in Canadian soccer history has been on so many Canadian Men's and Women's national teams, spanning some four decades as Kevin Muldoon. His involvement with soccer began on Merseyside as a young boy where he played all his youth soccer for the Shaftsbury Boys Club in the West Cheshire League eventually graduating to the clubs senior team. In 1968 he immigrated to Canada where his coaching career commenced in 1970 with the Oakville Soccer Club's House Leagues and progressed to coaching the Oakville representative teams in 1976. He eventually became an assistant coach with the Ontario provincial teams and later the Provincial coach with various Canadian national championship winning Ontario provincial teams. Highlighting his career was his involvement in the team at the finals of the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, the 1986 FIFA Men's World Cup in Mexico and the 1999 Women's World Cup in the United States. For 26 consecutive years Kevin was employed by the CSA (1982-2008) in the capacities of National Teams Equipment Manager, National Teams Goalkeeping Coach and on many occasions working as the Team's Administrator with the younger Canadian National teams on both the Male and Female side of the National Teams Programs. He was also a part of two of the teams that have been made Teams of Distinction by The Soccer Hall of Fame in recent years, the 1986 World Cup team and the 1989 Francophone Games winning team.