Toronto FC signed Bermudian goalkeeper Freddy Hall on Tuesday.
Hall, 27, has played four times for Bermuda on the international level. He was on trial with Toronto for the last three weeks.
"Freddy brings depth to our goalkeeping position and has many qualities that we like to see at this position," said Toronto FC coach and director of soccer operations Paul Mariner. "He performed well during his trial period with our club. We are pleased to sign him."
Hall was last with club side Northampton Town in England's League Two. He started his career with Bermuda Hogges in the USL Premier Development league.
As per team and league policies, terms of the deal were not disclosed.