- Position: Defender
- Date of Birth: 06/11/1998
- College Experience: UCLA
- Pro Team: Boavista
- Height: 5'11"
- Weight: 165
- Caps: 27
- Goals: 1
Reggie Cannon joined FC Dallas from UCLA as a Homegrown Player following the 2016 MLS season. He debuted for the MLS club in 2017, playing in one game. By 2018 he was an established regular in the FC Dallas defense, playing in all but one league game. That rise in prominence caught the attention of the USMNT, with Cannon earning his first cap in October. By 2019, he was a member of the Gold Cup squad starting the final against Mexico. In 2020, Cannon left FC Dallas for Boavista in Portugal’s Primeira Liga.
2022: Subbed on against Canada on Jan 30 and started against Honduras on Feb 2. Started against Morocco on Jun 1. Started against Grenada in the Nations League on Jun 10 and El Salvador on Jun 14.
2021: Started against Switzerland on May 30. Subbed on against Honduras in the Nations League semifinal on Jun 3 and Mexico in the final on Jun 6. Started against Costa Rica on June 9 and scored. Subbed on against Canada on Jul 18, Jamaica on Jul 25, and Qatar on Jul 29. Started against Mexico on Aug 1. Subbed on against Mexico on Nov 12.
2020: Started against Costa Rica on Feb 1. Subbed on against Wales on Nov 12. Started against Panama on Nov 16.
2019: Part of January camp. Added to the Gold Cup roster as an injury replacement. Subbed on against Trinidad & Tobago on Jun 22 and started against Panama on Jun 26. Started against Jamaica on Jul 3 and Mexico in the final on Jul 7. Started against Mexico on Sep 6 and Uruguay on Sep 10. Started against Cuba in the Nations League on Oct 11. Subbed on against Cuba on Nov 19.
2018: Called into camp for the October friendlies and debuted against Peru on Oct 16. Started against Italy on Nov 20.
2021-22: Improved to 12th with Boavista in the Primeira Liga.
2020-21: Finished 13th with Boavista.
2020: Played in five games with Dallas before transferring to Boavista in Portugal’s Primeira Liga.
2019: Finished 7th in the West with Dallas, exiting the playoffs in the first round.
2018: A regular with Dallas, played in 33 games.
2017: Played in one game with FC Dallas.
Youth and College: Member of the FC Dallas academy and Grapevine Faith Christian School. Spent one season with UCLA in 2016.