Goalkeeper Lawrence Thomas
- Height 191cm
- Weight 91kg
- D.O.B. 9/5/92
- Born Sydney
A talented goalkeeper and a hit with the fans, Lawrence Thomas has already proven himself on the Hyundai A-League's biggest stage.
Thomas kept two consecutive clean sheets in the 2015 Finals Series as Melbourne Victory secured its third Premiership-Championship double.
Promoted in the absence of Nathan Coe, Thomas was outstanding as Victory accounted for Melbourne City in the Semi Finals and Sydney FC in the Grand Final, winning both games 3-0.
Thomas then cemented his spot as Victory's number one keeper with a promising 2016/2017 campaign.
Thomas started his senior career with Marconi Stallions in the NSW Premier League, before joining Blacktown City and then the Australian Institute of Sport.
He signed with Victory in September 2011, making his Hyundai A-League debut in Round 5 of the 2011/12 season.
MVFC Appearances (as at the start of the 2017/2018 A-League season)
Hyundai A-League: 49 appearances
AFC Champions League: 7 appearances
Westfield FFA Cup: 7 appearances
Total: 63 appearances
Hyundai A-League 2017/18
Victory re-signs Championship heroes
Melbourne Victory goalkeeper and Joe Marston medallist Lawrence Thomas is among three Championship-winning players to commit to the club by signing contract extensions. Also returning to the club for Season 14 of the Hyundai A-League will be stalwarts Carl Valeri and Leigh Br
Thomas ready to go for Brisbane clash
Melbourne Victory goalkeeper Lawrence Thomas has declared himself fit to play in Friday's Hyundai A-League match against Brisbane Roar. Thomas was knocked out after a nasty head clash with Newcastle Jets' Andrew Nabbout last Saturday. He was taken to hospital to be assesse
Muscat provides update on Thomas
Melbourne Victory head coach Kevin Muscat provided an update on Lawrence Thomas after the goalkeeper's injury in Newcastle. Thomas came off in the second half of Victory's 2-0 loss to the Jets on Saturday after a heavy collision. Goals from Nigel Boogaard and Riley McGree s
Milligan praises Victory courage
Melbourne Victory midfielder Mark Milligan praised his team-mates for being brave and earning a point with 10 men against the Western Sydney Wanderers. After making a bright start at Etihad Stadium on Monday night, Victory was reduced to 10 men as Mitch Austin saw red midway t