Bio of USMNT player Jackson Yueill who plays his club soccer in MLS with the San Jose Earthquakes.
Jackson Yueill signed with MLS and the San Jose Earthquakes in 2017, leaving UCLA after two college seasons. The midfielder from Bloomington, Minnesota quickly worked his way into the Earthquakes lineup, becoming a regular by his second season in the league. At international level, Yueill was part of the 2019 Gold Cup squad, returning to the tournament and winning the 2021 edition. He has also participated in the Concacaf Nations League.
Added to Gold Cup roster on Jul 5.
Part of the Gold Cup winning squad.
Made two appearances for the USMNT in a COVID-shortened international calendar.
Member of the Gold Cup squad that finished 2nd. Started against Jamaica on Jun 5. Subbed on against Canada on Jul 18.
Made 31 league appearances with the Earthquakes, finishing 14th.
Played in 29 games for San Jose, finishing in 10th-place.
21 games for San Jose, with another 8th-place finish in the Western Conference.
A regular with San Jose, playing in 32 games and finishing in 8th-place.
Played 21 games with San Jose, one with Reno 1868. Finished 12th in MLS.
The 6th-pick in the SuperDraft, joining San Jose. Played 13 games in MLS and six in the USL with Reno 1868. Finishing 6th and exited the playoffs in the opening round.