Jamel Johnson (Brand Ambassador)


Footballer / Brand Ambassador (LHCN)


Position: 2nd Striker, Attacking midfielder

Nationality: American

Career:

International:

  • USA & Jamaica youth National Team/Region 3 ODP member)
  • USA Olympic Development Program (ODP) Region III selected player each year – Florida/Southeastern USA 3rd Region (2005-2008)
  • USA U17 National Team – Multiple tournaments and matches
  • USA U18 National Team – Multiple tournaments and matches
  • USA U20 National Team Pool
  • Jamaica U20 National Team Pool

Amateur:

UNCG (University of North Carolina at Greensboro) 2008-2010

Professional:

  • FC Fyn 2010-2011 season Danish 1st Division
  • Stint- C.F. Pachuca Mexico 2011-12
  • Gersthofer SV 2013 Season- Austria 3rd Division
  • Aab (Reserve team)  Denmark 2015-2016

Youth Clubs and Development:

  • Two-time Florida State High School Champion & MVP American Heritage Plantation (06-07, 07-08)
  • Traveled to Austria, Argentina and Brazil for Friendly Matches with US Olympic Development Program
  • Developed at West Pines United FC/ Schultz Academy in South Florida (Ex- Strike partner of USA forward Jozy Altidore)
  • USA Soccer Development Academy League: Schultz Academy (07-08)

Player’s Evaluation:
Jamel Johnson is a high pace, very technical and creative striker/midfielder. He demonstrates sharp technique and strikes a clean ball on the run. He has spent a number of years playing youth international competition, starting with the USA U17 – U18 and was a member of the USA U-20 Player Pool. Jamel has also represented Jamaica U-20 National team in 2 camps leading up to the U-20 World Cup. His pace is electric and his technique precise –  Jamel Johnson has spent time training with Roeselare in Belgium (2009), as well as Hannover 96 and Hansa Rostock Germany (2008), he has received high marks from first team coaches and USA internationals such as Damarcus Beasley and Cory Gibbs. He recently completed a 2 month trial with Mexican club Pachuca and most recently New England Revolution MLS (2014)

Football footage:

The sky is the limit

He shoots, he scores

Jamel scores for American Heritage