Jermaine Jones

Category: Olympians, Soccer
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Jermaine Jones is a sports speaker and German-American soccer player best known for playing midfield on the United States National Team. Jermaine was a vital part of the USMNT’s exciting run in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Following the World Cup, Jermaine signed on to join the MLS as a member of the New England Revolution. A loving father and husband, his move to the MLS came on the curtails of the rapidly-growing popularity of soccer in the United States.

Eintracht Frankfurt, a German sports club best known for its football, recruited Jermaine in his early teens. After spending five years in the Eintracht Frankfurt youth program, Jermaine emerged into a regular with Eintracht and was eventually named the team captain. In 2007, Jermaine transferred to Schalke 04 and became a regular starter and helped the club make multiple appearances in the Champions League. For the second half of the 2011 season, he joined the Blackburn Rovers in the Premier League on loan. He made his debut on January 23, 2011 and completed his first full ninety minutes and received the Man-of-the-Match Award on his first appearance with the club. He made fifteen Premier League starts, received two Man-of-the-Match Awards and played the three full ninety minutes games for the Rovers. Most recently, he played the first half of the 2013-14 season with Schalke, but left in January for Besiktas, finishing third in the Turkish Super Lig.

Jermaine has several years of United States National Team Experience as well. After breaking through into the Eintracht Frankfurt squad, he switched his national team eligibility to the United States. He made his first debut for the national team against Poland on October 9, 2010. Jermaine started against Argentina in 2011 and scored his first goal for the US in the Gold Cup quarterfinals. A few months later he made his first start in the Gold Cup final against Mexico.