- Position: Forward
- Date of Birth: 12/24/2000
- Pro Team: FC Dallas
- Height: 5'8"
- Caps: 14
- Goals: 7
Jesus Ferreira is among a group of players from the FC Dallas academy now part of the USMNT. A member of FC Dallas as a homegrown player since 2016, Ferreira has emerged as one of the elite forwards in Major League Soccer. Taking his game to senior international level, Ferreira debuted for the United States in February, 2020, scoring his first USMNT goal on Jan 31, 2021. At club level, he is a key part of the FC Dallas attack since working his way into the starting lineup during the 2019 MLS season.
2022: Started against El Salvador on Jan 27, assisting on the game’s only goal. Subbed on against Honduras on Feb 2. Started and scored in the 5-1 win over Panama on Mar 27. Subbed out at halftime against Morocco on Jun 1. Started against Grenada in the Nations League on Jun 10 and scored four goals. Subbed on against El Salvador on Jun 14. Started against Japan on Sep 23. Named to the World Cup squad on Nov 9.
2021: Scored against Trinidad and Tobago on Jan 31. Played in four games with the USMNT.
2020: Debuted against Costa Rica on Feb 1.
2021: An 11th-place finish with FC Dallas, playing in 27 games and scoring eight goals.
2020: Played in 19 games, scoring once with Dallas finishing 6th and advancing to the playoff quarterfinals.
2019: A breakthrough season with Dallas, appearing in 33 games and scoring eight goals. Finished 7th and once again exited the playoffs in the opening round.
2018: Played in one game with FC Dallas, going on loan to the Tulsa Roughnecks where he played 14 games and scored six goals. Dallas finished 4th, exiting the playoffs in the opening round.
2017: Made one MLS appearance and scored on his debut with FC Dallas, finishing 7th in the West.
2016: Signed a homegrown contract with FC Dallas in Nov.
Youth and college: Played for the FC Dallas academy.