- Position: Defender
- Date of Birth: 07/09/1993
- College Experience: Akron
- Pro Team: Inter Miami
- Height: 5'8"
- Caps: 78
DeAndre Yedlin is a product of the Seattle soccer scene, signing with his hometown MLS club in 2013 and making his USMNT debut a year later. Yedlin went to college at soccer power Akron, leaving early for MLS. Under a change in rules, the Seattle Sounders were able to claim Yedlin as a Homegrown Player, bypassing the SuperDraft.
Yedlin made the MLS All-Star Team as a rookie, playing in 31 MLS games for Seattle in 2013. On Feb 1, 2014 he made his USMNT debut in a friendly against Korea. Yedlin made the move to England’s Premier League, signing with Spurs in August of 2014. He spent the 2015-16 season on loan to Sunderland, signing with Newcastle for the 2016-17 Championship season. Won promotion to the Premier League, becoming a regular with Newcastle. He moved to Galatasaray in Turkey’s Super Lig during the January, 2021 transfer window, returning to MLS with Inter Miami in January, 2022.
DeAndre Yedlin USMNT Experience
2023: Started against Mexico on Apr 19.
2022: Started against Mexico on Mar 24 and Costa Rica on Mar 30. Started against Uruguay on June 5. Started against Saudi Arabia on Sep 27. Named to the World Cup squad on Nov 9 and subbed on against Wales on Nov 21. Subbed on against the Netherlands on Dec 3.
2021: Subbed on against Switzerland on May 30. Started in the Nations League final against Mexico on Jun 6. Started against El Salvador on Sep 2 and subbed on against Canada on Sep 5 and Honduras on Sep 8 in Concacaf World Cup qualifying. Subbed on against Panama on Oct 10 and Costa Rica on Oct 13. Started against Mexico on Nov 12. Started against Jamaica on Nov 16.
2019: Subbed on against Ecuador on Mar 21 and started against Chile on Mar 26. Started against Canada in the Nations League on Oct 15 and subbed on against Canada on Nov 15. Started against Cuba on Nov 19.
2018: Started the Mar 27 friendly against Paraguay and the Jun 2 friendly against Ireland. Subbed on against France on Jun 9. Started against Brazil on Sep 7 and subbed on against Mexico on Sep 11. Started against Colombia on Oct 11 and subbed on against Peru on Oct 16. Started against England on Nov 15.
2017: Started in the friendly against Venezuela on Jun 3. Started the World Cup qualifier against Trinidad & Tobago on Jun 8 and against Mexico on Jun 11. Started the World Cup qualifier against Panama on Oct 6 and against Trinidad & Tobago on Oct 10. Started against Portugal on Nov 14.
2016: Started the World Cup qualifiers against Guatemala on Mar 25 and 29. Started against Puerto Rico on May 22, Ecuador on May 25 and Bolivia on May 28. Started in the Copa Centenario opener against Colombia on Jun 4 and against Costa Rica on Jun 7. Started against Paraguay on Jun 11 and against Argentina in the semifinals on Jun 21. Started against Colombia in the 3rd-place game on Jun 25. Started the World Cup qualifier against St Vincent and the Grenadines on Sep 2. Started against Cuba on Oct 7 and against New Zealand on Oct 11. Subbed on against Mexico on Nov 11.
2015: Started against Chile on Jan 28 and Panama on Feb 8. Subbed on in the second-half against Denmark on Mar 25 and Switzerland on Mar 31. Started against Mexico on Apr 15. Subbed on against the Netherlands on Jun 5 and against Germany on Jun 10. Started against Guatemala on Jul 3. Started against Honduras to open Group A play in the 2015 Gold Cup on Jul 7. Subbed on for the second-half against Panama on Jul 13 and against Cuba in the quarterfinals on Jul 18. Subbed on in the second-half against Jamaica on Jul 22 and Panama on Jul 25. Started the Sep 5 friendly against Peru and the Sep 8 friendly against Brazil. Subbed on in the second-half against Mexico in the Confederations Cup playoff on Oct 10. Started against Costa Rica on Oct 13. Started the World Cup qualifier against St Vincent and the Grenadines on Nov 13 and against Trinidad & Tobago on Nov 18.
2014: Called into the January USMNT camp that also included a training stint in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Debuted against Korea as a late substitute on Feb 1. Subbed on against Mexico on Apr 3rd. Named to the final World Cup roster. Started against Azerbaijan on May 28th. Subbed on against Turkey on June 1st. Subbed on against Portugal in a World Cup Group G game on June 22nd and against Germany on June 26th. Subbed on against Belgium on July 1st in the Round of 16. Started against Ecuador on Oct 10 and subbed on in the second-half against Honduras on Oct 14. Started against Colombia on Nov 14. Yedlin won the 2014 US Soccer Young Male Athlete of the Year award.
DeAndre Yedlin Professional Experience
2021-22: Left Galatasaray in January, 2022 signing with Inter Miami and playing in all 34 MLS regular season games. Inter finished 6th in the East, exiting the playoffs in the opening round.
2020-21: Made six appearances for Newcastle over the first-half of the season, transferring to Galatasaray on Feb 1. Finished 2nd in the Super Lig.
2019-20: Finished 13th with Newcastle.
2018-19: A 13th-place finish in the Premier League with Newcastle.
2017-18: Finished 10th in the Premier League with Newcastle.
2016-17: Joined Newcastle United on Aug 24, 2016 singing a five-year contract. Won the Championship.
2015-16: Joined Sunderland on loan for the Premier League season, playing regularly as the club kept its place in the topflight.
2014: Signed with Spurs on Aug 13. Loaned back to Seattle for the rest of the 2014 season. Won the 2014 US Open Cup and Supporters’ Shield with Seattle before officially moving to the Premier League in January 2015.
2013: Signed with the Seattle Sounders as the club’s first Homegrown Player, immediately cracking the lineup and becoming an All-Star in his first MLS season. Played in 31 games with the Sounders.
High School and College: Played two seasons at the University of Akron. Played for the Olympic Premier Development program in Washington.