The bio of USMNT player Josh Sargent who plays his club soccer with Norwich City in the Championship.
Caps: 23 | Goals: 5
Josh Sargent emerged as an attacking force from IMG Academy, drawing the attention of European clubs. He signed with Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga but had to wait until he turned 18 to officially join the club.
After playing for the USMNT at U-17, U-20, and U-23 level, Sargent made his debut for the full national team in 2018. That same year he emerged as an option for Werder Bremen getting his first games in the Bundesliga. After three seasons in the Bundesliga, Sargent moved to Premier League club Norwich City in August, 2021.
Youth Soccer: At IMG Academy in 2016-17.
Started against Japan on Sep 23. Named to the World Cup squad on Nov 9. Started against Wales on Nov 21 and subbed on against England on Nov 25. Started against Iran on Nov 29.
Started against Jamaica on Mar 25 and Switzerland on May 30. Started in the Nations League semifinal against Honduras on Jun 3 and in the final against Mexico on Jun 6. Started against El Salvador on Sep 2 and subbed on against Canada on Sep 5 in Concacaf World Cup qualifying. Started against Honduras on Sep 8.
Started against Jamaica on Jun 5. Subbed on against Mexico on Sep 6. Started against Uruguay on Sep 10. Started against Cuba in the Nations League on Oct 11 and scored. Started against Canada in the Nations League on Oct 15. Started against Cuba on Nov 19 and scored two goals.
Made seven appearances for the USMNT scoring two goals.
Finished 13th in the Championship with Norwich City, playing in 40 games and scoring 13 goals.
Moved to Norwich City in the Premier League on Aug 9. Relegated to the Championship
Kept his place with Werder Bremen, with the club relegated at the end of a difficult Bundesliga season.
Signed with Werder Bremen and made his debut on Dec 8, 2018. Played in 12 games for Werder Bremen II scoring seven times and had 10 games for Werder Bremen with two goals.