- Position: Forward
- Date of Birth: 10/26/1994
- College Experience: Stanford
- Pro Team: Seattle
- Height: 5'11"
- Caps: 52
- Goals: 11
Jordan Morris was already playing regularly for the USMNT while still in college. Though that might have been common in an earlier era of the US National Team, Morris was doing it in 2014. Stanford soon gave way to the pros, with Seattle signing Morris as a Homegrown Player for the 2016 season. Morris was a winner with Stanford, finishing with a College Cup and the Herman Trophy. That carried over to his first season in MLS, with Morris winning the Rookie of the Year award and MLS Cup. After missing 2018 due to injury, Morris played a key role in Seattle winning MLS Cup in 2019. In Jan, 2021 he went on loan to Swansea City in the Championship. Missing most of the 2021 MLS season due to injury, Morris recovered to once again be a key part for Seattle and the USMNT.
2023: Started against Mexico on April 19.
2022: Subbed on against El Salvador on Jan 27 and Canada on Jan 30. Started against Honduras on Feb 2. Subbed on against Mexico on Mar 24, Panama on Mar 27, and Costa Rica on Mar 30. Started against Grenada in the Nations League on Jun 10. Subbed on against El Salvador on Jun 14 and scored. Started against Japan on Sep 23. 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: Started against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Dec 18.
2019: Started against Ecuador on Mar 21 and subbed on against Chile on Mar 26. Named to the Gold Cup roster. Subbed on against Venezuela on Jun 9. Subbed on against Trinidad and Tobago on Jun 22. Started against Panama on Jun 26. Subbed on against Curacao on Jun 30 and started against Jamaica on Jul 3. Started against Mexico in the 2019 Gold Cup final. Started against Uruguay on Sep 10 and scored. Started against Cuba in the Nations League on Oct 11 and scored. Started against Canada in the Nations League on Oct 15. Started against Canada on Nov 15 and scored. Started against Cuba on Nov 19 and scored two goals.
2018: Started the January friendly against Bosnia and Herzegovina.
2017: Subbed on against Serbia on Jan 29. Started against Jamaica on Feb 3 and scored the game winner. Subbed on against Venezuela on Jun 3 and Ghana on Jul 1. Subbed on against Panama on Jul 8 in the Gold Cup opener. Started against Martinique on Jul 12 and scored two goals. Subbed on against Nicaragua on Jul 15 and against El Salvador on Jul 19. Started the Jul 22 semifinal against Costa Rica. Started the final against Jamaica on Jul 26 and scored. Subbed on against Costa Rica in the Sep 1 World Cup qualifier. Started against Honduras on Sep 5.
2016: Subbed on against St Vincent and the Grenadines on Sep 2 and Trinidad & Tobago on Sep 6. Subbed on against Cuba on Oct 7.
2015: Scored against Mexico on Apr 15. Became a regular in Klinsmann’s squads.
2014: Made his USMNT debut on Aug 28 against the Czech Republic.
2022: Won the Concacaf Champions League with Seattle. 29 regular games and seven goals in MLS, finishing 11th with the Sounders.
2020-21: Joined Swansea City in Jan 2021 for the rest of the Championship season. Returned to Seattle due to injury, recovering to play late in the season. Seattle finished 2nd and exited the playoffs in the opening round.
2020: Advanced to the MLS Cup final with Seattle.
2019: A key part of the Sounders offense, winning MLS Comeback Player of the Year and MLS Cup. Played in 26 games scoring 10 goals.
2018: Missed the season due to injury.
2017: Finished 2nd in the Western Conference and advanced to the MLS Cup final.
2016: Joined the Seattle Sounders as a homegrown player. Morris’s father is the team doctor for the Sounders and he played for their youth academy and U-23 team. Won the Rookie of the Year award and MLS Cup,.
High School and College: Played his high school soccer at Mercer Island while also appearing for the Eastside FC B94 Red team and the Seattle Sounders academy. Played for Stanford, winning the Pac-10 title in his sophomore season. As a junior, Stanford won the College Cup with Morris picking up the Hermann Trophy as the country’s top college soccer player.