Jamie Smith

Jamie Smith
Jamie Smith
Jamie Smith
Real Name: Jamie Smith
HT: 5' 8" WT: 164
Age: 40 (11/20/1980)
Birthplace: Alexandria, Scotland
Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland

Acquired: Signed by the Rapids on July 28, 2009.



  • Suffered a torn ACL in the 2011 playoffs and missed most of the 2012 season while recovering. Returned to the pitch on June 30 against the Portland Timbers and scored a goal in his season debut.


  • Played in 20 matches (starting 18) for 1519 total minutes, scoring three goals (the most in his MLS career) and adding four assists
  • Scored his first goal of the campaign in the season opener against Portland Timbers (3/19). Notched a goal in the 4-1 victory over D.C. United (4/3) and a 2-1 defeat of the Houston Dynamo (5/4).
  • Played 27 minutes in one match during CONCACAF Champions League.
  • Suffered from a recurring calf injury throughout the season.
  • Playoffs: Played and started the Wild Card match against Columbus Crew before tearing his ACL (10/27).


  • Appeared in 22 games, with 16 starts, playing 1,357 minutes and scored one goal and added a team-high eight assists.
  • Recorded second 2-assist game of the season at FCD (10/9).
  • Notched first multi-assist game of his career with 2 vs. NE (9/18).
  • Scored his first career MLS goal vs. Houston (8/28).
  • Registered an assist in second consecutive game on game tying goal in 91st minute at Chicago (6/9).
  • Returned to action for the first time in 7 weeks following a right hamstring injury and tallied the game winning assist vs. Columbus (6/5) in 16 minutes of action.
  • Started and played 66 minutes in U.S. Open Cup qualifier at KC (4/13) and recorded an assist.
  • Playoffs: Started in two games in which he appeared. Crossed in ball that set-up Conor Casey’s game-tying score in MLS Cup vs. FCD (11/21). 


  • Appeared in four games, three starts for 216 minutes and had one assist.
  • Suffered a left knee injury on August 30 and missed the remainder of the season.
  • Recorded first career MLS assist at Chicago (8/23).
  • Made MLS and Rapids debut vs. Columbus (8/1) playing 19 minutes. 


  • Has earned two caps on the Scotland National Team.
  • Made his first appearance vs. Ireland on February 12, 2003. 


  • Began his career with Glasgow club Celtic, and he was a product of Glasgow club's prestigious youth academy where he developed as a youngster until the age of 18 when Celtic offered him a professional contract. With Celtic's large reputation across Europe and Smith only just turning professional there were not many first team chances available to him, mainly due to the club's large number of foreign players. Therefore, he was loaned out to Livingston. When Smith returned to Glasgow there were still limited opportunities for first team football, he decided it was time to move on. He received an offer from Holland in 2004 from ADO Den Haag. He only spent one season with the club playing in 30 matches but he improved dramatically after experiencing a different style of football.
  • In the summer of 2005, signed with Scottish Premier League side Aberdeen FC. In August 2005, Smith struck a late winner as Aberdeen defeated rivals Rangers in a league match for the first time since April 1998, wowing the Aberdeen support in only his third competitive game for the club. In December 2007, Smith played a key role in Aberdeen's victory over Danish team FC Copenhagen in the UEFA Cup, scoring two goals in the 4-0 victory that saw Aberdeen through to the last 32 of the competition. From 2005-2009, he appeared in 81 games with 12 goals with Aberdeen. 


  • Jamie and his wife, Laura, have three children.
  • Enjoys spending time with family, reading, cooking and listening to music.
  • Favorite group is Pearl Jam and hopes that playing in the U.S. will offer him the opportunity to see them play live.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2013Colorado Rapids6111680734100
2012Colorado Rapids10122260431000
2011Colorado Rapids2018315194311412000
2010Colorado Rapids2216113578231019030
2009Colorado Rapids4302161412000
Career Totals-62397348613693138130
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