- Position: Defender
- Date of Birth: 08/08/1997
- Pro Team: Fulham
- Height: 6'0"
- Weight: 175
- Caps: 17
- Goals: 1
Antonee Robinson is a product of the English club soccer system, spending his early years in Everton’s academy. After loans to Bolton and Wigan Athletic, he transferred to Wigan for the 2019-20 season. That led to a rise in profile, garnering the attention of bigger English clubs and a potential move to AC Milan. Though Robinson was England eligible, he was always on the USMNT radar starting with the youth teams in 2014. In 2018, he got his first game for the senior squad. Robinson transferred to Premier League club Fulham for the 2020-21 season, staying with them after relegation to the Championship. Robinson is a seasoned left back, a position that has caused issues for the USMNT in the past. Not just a defensive stopper, Robinson scored his first USMNT goal at Honduras on September 8, 2021 celebrating with a flip.
2021: Subbed on against Jamaica on Mar 25 and started against Northern Ireland on Mar 28. Started against Honduras in the Nations League semifinal on Jun 3. Started against Costa Rica on Jun 9. Subbed on at El Salvador on Sep 3. Started and assisted against Canada on Sep 5. Subbed on and scored at Honduras on Sep 8. Started against Jamaica on Oct 7 and Costa Rica on Oct 13.
2020: Started against Wales on Nov 12.
2019: Started against Jamaica on Jun 5
2018: Debuted on May 28 against Bolivia. Started at France on Jun 9. Started against Brazil on Sep 7 and assisted in the 1-0 win over Mexico on Sep 11. Started in the 4-2 loss to Colombia on Oct 11 and the 1-1 draw with Peru on Oct 16.
2021-22: Stayed with Fulham in the Championship.
2020-21: Moved to Fulham where he made 28 appearances in a relegation season.
2019-20: Transferred from Everton to Wigan, playing in 30 games in the Championship.
2018-19: Loaned to Wigan Athletic, playing 26 games.
2017-18: On loan to Bolton Wanderers, played in 30 games.
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