Player Details

Name

Jozy Altidore

Height

6' 1"

Weight

174 lbs

Date of Birth

11.6.1989 (32)

Birthplace

Livingston, NJ USA

Position

Forward

Position Detail

Striker

Preferred Side

Centre

Footedness

Right

Roster Category

Senior

Player Status

Loaned Out
Career Summary

Updated June 23, 2022

CAREER AT A GLANCE:

  • Career totals include more than 195 goals and 550 games played for club and country.
  • Two-time U.S. Soccer Male Player of the Year owns 115 senior caps and 42 goals, third most in program history.
  • Represented the United States in two FIFA World Cups (2010 and 2014), four Concacaf Gold Cups (2011, 2015, 2017, and 2019), and in over 40 World Cup Qualifiers.
  • Two-time U.S. Soccer Male Player of the Year (2013 & 2016) and 2006 Young Male Player of the Year.
  • In MLS, scored 86 goals across 10 seasons, including playoffs, with Toronto FC (2015-21) and New York Red Bulls (2006-08).
  • A two-time MLS All-Star in 2015 and 2017, helped Toronto FC to the 2017 Supporters’ Shield and 2017 MLS Cup titles while earning 2017 MLS Cup MVP honors.
  • Played 70 games in the English Premier League with Hull City and Sunderland.
  • In 2012-13, set record for goals scored by an American in a European league with league-high 31 goals for AZ Alkmaar, helping win the 2012-13 KNVB Dutch Cup title.

MLS CAREER: Since joining the pro ranks in 2006 at the age of 16, has made 198 appearances in MLS, tallying 78 goals and 25 assists in 12,409 minutes… Added nine goals and four assists over 17 MLS Cup Playoff appearances, including 16 starts…A two-time MLS All-Star in 2015 and 2017, Altidore helped Toronto FC to the 2017 Supporters’ Shield and MLS Cup titles while earning 2017 MLS Cup MVP honors…Helped lead Toronto to consecutive Canadian Championship titles in 2017-18…Selected 17th overall by the New York/NewJersey MetroStars in the 2006 MLS SuperDraft at the age of 16…Spent majority of the season back in Florida to finish his high school diploma, making his professional debut on Sept. 9, 2006 at Gillette Stadium…Made seven appearances in 2006 for the newly rebranded New York Red Bulls, starting three times and scoring three goals over 330 minutes…Added an additional two appearances in the 2006 MLS Cup Playoffs, recording one goal…In 2007, made 22 appearances, including 15 starts, for the Red Bulls, registering nine goals and four assists in his first full professional season…Started both matches for the Red Bulls in the 2007 MLS Cup Playoffs…Appeared in eight matches, starting seven times, for the Red Bulls in 2008, notching three goals and an assist prior a then record-breaking transfer to Spanish club Villareal in June…Acquired by Toronto in January 2015 from Sunderland in a swap for striker Jermain Defoe…Debuted for Toronto in the club’s season opener on March 7, 2015, bagging a brace to earn Week 1 MLS Player of the Week honors…Finished the 2015 campaign with 13 goals over 25 appearances, starting on 21 occasions, earning his first selection to the MLS All-Star team…Started and played 90 minutes in the Reds’ lone match of the 2015 MLS Cup Playoffs…Added a goal and two assists in one start during the 2015 Canadian Championship…Tallied 10 goals and five assists for Toronto during the 2016 season, making 23 appearances with 15 starts…Started all six matches during Toronto’s MLS Cup Final run in the 2016 postseason, scoring five goals along with four assists…Made two appearances in the 2016 Canadian Championship, tallying one goal…Helped Toronto to the 2017 MLS Supporters’ Shield title, finishing with career highs in goals (15), assists (6), and minutes (2194) over 27 games and making the MLS All-Star team for a second time…Added four appearances in the 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs, scoring twice including the winning goal in the 2017 MLS Cup to earn MLS Cup MVP honors…Also led Toronto to the 2017 Canadian Championship, tallying a goal in two appearances…Limited to just 13 games, starting 12 times, during the 2018 season, tallying seven goals and one assist…Led Toronto to a second consecutive Canadian Championship, scoring three goals in as many games… Also appeared in Toronto’s Campeones Cup match against Liga MX champion Tigres, starting and playing 57 minutes…Scored eleven goals and set a new career high with seven assists in 2019 over 22 matches, starting 18 times…Came off the bench in the 2019 MLS Cup Final after dealing with a quadriceps injury for the entire postseason, tallying a goal in the match…Logged two appearances in the 2019 Canadian Championship…Appeared in 13 matches, starting 10 times, in the shortened 2020 campaign, notching two goals and an assist…Started in Toronto’s lone 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs match, playing 82 minutes…Limited to just 16 appearances, starting only eight times, in 2021, scoring four goals…Tallied a goal in his lone appearance for Toronto during the 2021 Canadian Championship.

2022: Has appeared in 13 games, starting three of them, with one goal scored…Has made an additional two appearances in SCCL play…(2/26) vs. POR: Made his Revolution debut with an 11-minute outing off the bench in the 2-2 draw…(3/5) vs. FCD: Played 20 minutes off the bench in the club’s home opener… (3/12) vs. RSL: Netted his first goal in a Revolution uniform and played 30 minutes off the bench…Surpassed 12,000 minutes played in MLS…(3/19) at CLT: Registered first start for New England and played the full 90 minutes, with four shots and one on goal…(4/2) vs. NYRB: Earned his second consecutive start...(5/7) vs. CLB: Made his 185th appearance in MLS...(6/19) vs. MIN: Started for the third time this season, playing 68 minutes.

2021 (with Toronto FC): Limited to just 16 appearances, starting only eight times, in 2021, scoring four goals…Tallied a goal in his lone appearance for Toronto during the 2021 Canadian Championship…(5/13) vs. CLB: Scored his first goal of the season in a 2-0 victory…(7/17) vs. ORL: Made his return to the lineup for the first time in over a month, scoring the team’s lone goal in a 1-1 draw…(10/24) vs. MTL: Scored a game-tying goal off a free kick in second half stoppage time…(10/28) vs. PHI: Made his 175th MLS appearance, marking the occasion with his final MLS goal for the club…(11/4) vs. Pacific: Scored his final goal for the club in a Canadian Championship Semifinal victory.

2020 (with Toronto FC): Appeared in 13 matches, starting 10 times, in the shortened 2020 campaign, notching two goals and an assist…(2/29) at SJ: Wore the captain’s armband and recorded an assist in the club’s season opener…(7/21) vs. NE: Made his 150th MLS appearance, coming off the bench in Toronto’s Group Stage finale at the MLS is Back Tournament…(7/27) vs. NYC: Recorded an assist in an MLS is Back Round of 16 clash…(9/10) at MTL: Scored the game-winning goal, his first of the season…(9/24) at NYC: Made his 125th MLS start…Postseason: Started in Toronto’s lone 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs match, playing 82 minutes.

2019 (with Toronto FC): Scored eleven goals and set a new career high with seven assists in 2019 over 22 matches, starting 18 times…(3/18) vs. NE: Scored the winning goal off the bench in his first appearance of the season…(3/30) vs. NYC: Scored the winning goal and added an assist, his second straight game on the scoresheet…(4/6) vs. CHI: Registered a goal and an assist for a second consecutive match…(4/13) at SEA: Bagged a brace, his fourth straight game with a goal to begin the season…(4/20) at MIN: Found the scoresheet for a fifth straight match, tallying the game-winning assist…(7/14) at MTL: Made his first appearance after missing a time for the Concacaf Gold Cup, scoring a goal…(7/28) vs. CIN: Scored for a fourth straight game since returning from international duty…(8/18) at CLB: Notched a goal and an assist in a 90-minute effort…(8/25) vs MTL: Recorded the game-winning assist in a 2-1 derby victory…(9/22) at LAFC: Registered an assist for a fifth straight contest…(9/29) vs. CHI: Found the scoresheet for a sixth straight match, tallying his 11th goal of the year…Postseason: Came off the bench in the 2019 MLS Cup Final after dealing with a quadriceps injury for the entire postseason, tallying a goal in the match…(11/10) at SEA: Scored the team’s lone goal in a 3-1 defeat.

2018 (with Toronto FC): Limited to just 13 games, starting 12 times, during the 2018 season, tallying seven goals and one assist…Led Toronto to a second consecutive Canadian Championship, scoring three goals in as many games…Also appeared in Toronto’s Campeones Cup match against Liga MX champion Tigres, starting and playing 57 minutes…(3/8) vs. Tigres: Scored his first goal in Concacaf Champions League play…(3/31) vs. RSL: Scored his first two goals of the season before coming off injured in the 78th minute…(4/4) vs. Club America: Tallied the winning goal in the SCCL Semifinals Leg 1…(4/26) at CD Chivas: Scored a game-tying goal in the second leg of the SCCL Finals…(7/22) at CHI: Returned to action after missing nearly four months with a foot injury, logging 80 minutes…(7/29) vs. CHI: Scored his third goal of the season and first since returning from injury…(8/16) vs. VAN: Recorded his first hat trick for Toronto, including the winning goal, in a 5-2 victory to capture a second straight Canadian Championship title...(8/30) at POR: Recorded his 100th start in MLS…(9/2) vs. LAFC: Scored both goals in a 4-2 defeat, his second multi-goal outing of the year…(10/6) vs. VAN: Made his 125th appearance in MLS, scoring the team’s lone goal in a 2-1 loss.

2017 (with Toronto FC): Helped Toronto to the 2017 MLS Supporters’ Shield title, finishing with MLS career highs in goals (15), assists (6), and minutes (2194) over 27 games and making the MLS All-Star team for a second time…Also led Toronto to the 2017 Canadian Championship, tallying a goal in two appearances…(3/11) at PHI: Converted a game-tying penalty kick for his first goal of the season…(3/18) at VAN: Tallied a goal for a second straight contest, also adding an assist…(4/29) vs. HOU: Scored a pair of goals in a 2-0 victory, his first multi-goal outing of the season…(5/4) at ORL: Made his 75th start in MLS, marking the occasion with an assist…(6/20) at MTL: Tallied the equalizing goal in the first leg of the Canadian Championship Final…(6/24) vs. NE: Made his 100th MLS appearance…(7/6) at ORL: Tallied a goal and an assist, a game-winning helper, in a road victory…(8/27) at MTL: Scored in a second consecutive match, tallying the game-winner…(9/9) vs. SJ: Bagged a brace for the second time this season…(10/1) vs. NY: Registered two assists for the first time with the club, including the game-winner…(10/15) vs. MTL: Found the scoresheet for a second straight contest, scoring the game-winning goal…Postseason: Added four appearances in the 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs, scoring twice including the winning goal in the 2017 MLS Cup to earn MLS Cup MVP honors…(11/30) vs. CLB: Scored the winning goal to help Toronto advance to a second straight MLS Cup Final…(12/9) vs. SEA: Netted the game-winning goal in the MLS Cup Final, securing the MLS Cup MVP nod and a first title for Toronto.

2016 (with Toronto FC): Tallied 10 goals and five assists for Toronto during the 2016 season, making 23 appearances with 15 starts…Made two appearances in the 2016 Canadian Championship, tallying one goal…(4/9) at NE: Tallied his first assist for the club in a 1-1 draw…(4/16) at DC: Registered an assist for a second consecutive match, a game-winner…(4/23) at MTL: Recorded an assist for a third straight match, also a game-winner…(8/1) vs. CLB: Tallied his first goal of the season in his second game back from an eight-week injury absence…(8/7) vs. NE: Notched his second goal of the season in a substitute appearance…(8/15) at HOU: Marked his 75th MLS appearance with a game-tying goal, starting for the first time since May…(8/21) at PHI: Scored a goal for a third consecutive contest…(8/25) at ORL: Extended his goal-scoring streak to four consecutive matches, an 86th-minute game-winning goal…(9/11) at CHI: Tallied a goal and an assist for the first time with the club, sparking a 2-1 victory…(9/18) vs. NY: Scored a brace for the first time this season, both late in the second half of a 3-3 draw…(10/16) at MTL: Tallied a goal and an assist in a 2-2 draw...Postseason: Started all six matches during Toronto’s MLS Cup Final run in the 2016 postseason, scoring five goals along with four assists…(10/27) vs. PHI: Registered a goal and an assist in a Play-In Round victory…(10/31) vs. NYC: Scored in second straight playoff start, a game-winner…(11/7) vs. NYC: Tallied a goal and a game-winning assist in the Eastern Conference Semifinals Leg 2…(11/23) at MTL: Scored in a fourth straight playoff match…(12/1) vs. MTL: Notched a goal and an assist for the third time in five postseason matches.

2015 (with Toronto FC): Acquired by Toronto in January 2015 from Sunderland in a swap for striker Jermain Defoe…Finished the 2015 campaign with 13 goals over 25 appearances, starting on 21 occasions, earning his first selection to the MLS All-Star team…Added a goal and two assists in one start during the 2015 Canadian Championship…(3/7) vs. VAN: Debuted for Toronto in the club’s season opener, bagging a brace to earn Week 1 MLS Player of the Week honors…(4/26) at ORL: Registered second multi-goal game of the season in a 2-0 win…(5/14) vs. MTL: Scored a goal and added two assists in the semifinals of the Canadian Championship…(6/25) vs. MTL: Scored game-winning goal in first derby match for the Reds…(7/18) vs. PHI: Made his 50th MLS appearance…(8/22) vs. ORL: Scored his third brace of the season in just an 18-minute shift off the bench…(10/3) vs. PHI: Logged his 50th start in MLS, marking the occasion with a game-winning goal…Postseason: Started and played 90 minutes in the Reds’ lone match of the 2015 MLS Cup Playoffs.

2008 (with New York Red Bulls): Appeared in eight matches, starting seven times, for the Red Bulls in 2008, notching three goals and an assist prior a then record-breaking transfer to Spanish club Villareal in June…(4/19) vs. NE: Scored his first goal of the season in a 1-1 draw…(4/27) vs. SJ: Registered a goal and an assist for the second time in his career, scoring in a second consecutive contest…(5/25) vs. CHI: Netted his final goal for the club in a 35-minute substitute appearance…(5/31) at HOU: Made his 25th career start, his final appearance for New York, in a 90-minute effort.

2007 (with New York Red Bulls): In 2007, made 22 appearances, including 15 starts, for the Red Bulls, registering nine goals and four assists in his first full professional season…Started both matches for the Red Bulls in the 2007 MLS Cup Playoffs…(4/15) vs. FCD: Registered a goal and an assist for the first time in his MLS career, his first professional helper…(4/21) vs. HOU: Scored his fifth goal in just in his 10th MLS appearance, a game-winner against the reigning MLS Cup champion…(8/12) vs. TOR: Bagged a brace for the first time in his MLS career…(8/18) vs. LA: Scored two goals for a second consecutive game…(9/22) vs. NE: Made his 25th professional appearance, playing 17 minutes off the bench…(10/18) at LA: Scored an equalizer in the regular-season finale, securing a draw to help clinch a playoff berth…Postseason: Started both matches for the Red Bulls in the 2007 MLS Cup Playoffs against New England.

2006 (with New York Red Bulls): Selected 17th overall by New York in the 2006 MLS SuperDraft at the age of 16…Spent majority of the season back in Florida to finish his high school diploma…Made seven appearances in 2006 for the newly rebranded New York Red Bulls, starting three times and scoring three goals over 330 minutes…(9/9) at NE: Made professional debut, playing nine minutes as a substitute in a 1-0 loss…(9/16) vs. CLB: Scored first professional goal, a game-winner, in a 16-minute substitute appearance…(9/23) at DC: Tallied his second goal in just his fourth game…(9/30) vs. CHI: Made his first start for the club, tallying the winning goal in a 90-minute outing…Postseason: Added an additional two appearances in the 2006 MLS Cup Playoffs, recording one goal…(10/29) at DC: Scored first-career MLS Cup Playoffs goal in a 1-1 draw.

CLUB CAREER OUTSIDE OF MLS: Transferred to La Liga side Villarreal CF on June 4, 2008 where he made 22 appearances for the club across all competitions, tallying three goals…Loaned to Spanish Segunda División club Xerez CD in January 2009, but did not make an appearance due to tie surgery…Joined Hull City A.F.C. on loan for 2009-10 campaign, tallying two goals and seven assists over 30 games…In 2011, joined Turkish Super Lig club Buraspor on a six-month loan where he appeared in 12 matches and registered a goal and an assist…Signed with Dutch Eredivise side, AZ Alkmaar on July 15, 2011 and remained with the club for two seasons, making 93 appearances across all competitions and scoring 51 goals for the club…Helped AZ to the 2012-13 KNVB Cup title, finishing as the tournament’s leading scorer including the game-winner in the Final…Set the record for goals scored by an American playing in a European league with 31 on the 2012-13 season…Sold to Sunderland on July 5, 2013…Made 52 appearances for the Black Cats, notching three goals and eight assists.

Sunderland AFC (England): Sold to Sunderland on July 5, 2013…Made 52 appearances for the Black Cats, notching three goals and eight assists…Appeared in 31 Premier League matches during his first season at Sunderland, registering a goal and three assists…Added eight appearances during Sunderland’s League Cup and FA Cup campaigns, combining for a goal and five assists…Made Sunderland debut on August 17, 2013, starting and playing 90 minutes against Fulham in the Premier League season opener…Registered his first goal and assist for Sunderland in a 4-2 League Cup victory over MK Dons on August 27, 2013…Notched first Premier League assist for Sunderland, a game-winner, on October 27, 2013 in a 2-1 victory over Newcastle… Recorded multiple assists in a 2-1 win over Southampton in the League Cup Round of 16 on November 6, 2013…Scored his only Premier League goal for Sunderland on December 4, 2013 against Chelsea…Made FA Cup debut on January 5, 2014 against Carlisle United, registering an assist in a 3-1 win…Suited up for the Sunderland U-21 side on April 7, 2014, playing 90 minutes in a 3-0 win over the Tottenham Hotspur U-21s…Scored final goal for Sunderland in a League Cup Third Round match against Stoke City on September 23, 2014.

AZ Alkmaar (Netherlands): Signed with Dutch Eredivisie side, AZ Alkmaar on July 15, 2011 and spent two seasons with the club, making 93 appearances across all competitions and scoring 51 goals…Helped AZ to the 2012-13 KNVB Cup title, finishing as the tournament’s leading scorer including the game-winner in the Final…Set the record for goals scored by an American playing in a European league with 31 on the 2012-13 season…Finished the 2011-12 Eredivisie season with 16 goals and three assists in 35 appearances, including six goals in four straight league matches between April 1-22, 2012…Made 14 additional appearances in the 2011-12 UEFA Europa League…Made his Eredivisie debut on August 7, 2011, playing 24 minutes as a substitute and scoring his first goal for the club in a 3-1 win over PSV Eindhoven…Started for the first time in league play on August 21, 2011 against NEC Nijmegen, marking the occasion with two goals, including the game-winner, in a 90-minute performance…Scored a brace in the Europa League qualifying match against Aalesund on August 25, 2011…Tallied first assist for the club in a 4-0 win over De Graafschap on December 10, 2011…Registered a game-winning assist in a Europa League Round of 16 victory over Udinese on March 8, 2012…Made 33 appearances during the 2012-13 Eredivisie campaign, tallying a career best 23 goals and eight assists…Added eight goals and four assists in six matches en route to a KNVB Cup crown for AZ…Began the 2012-13 league season with consecutive two-goal performances in matches against Ajax and Heracles Almelo…Recorded first hat trick and added an assist in a 4-0 win over Roda JC on September 16, 2012…Tallied another hat trick in a 4-1 win over Vitesse on January 19, 2012…Scored his third hat trick of the season in a 6-0 win over FC Utrecht on April 14, 2013…Scored in all six KNVB Cup matches for AZ in 2012-13, including two-goal, one-assist performances in victories over VV SWZ and Ajax…Scored the winning goal in the KNVB Cup Final against PSV Eindhoven on May 9, 2013.

Bursaspor (Turkey): In 2011, joined Turkish Super Lig club Bursaspor on a six-month loan where he appeared in 12 matches and registered a goal and an assist…Made his club debut on February 3, 2011, starting and playing 77 minutes in a 1-1 draw with Eskisehirspor…Recorded his first Turkish Super Lig assist in a 1-1 draw with Büyükşehir Belediyespor on March 6, 2011…Scored lone goal for the club on April 8, 2011, against Antalyaspor.

Hull City (England): Joined Hull City A.F.C. on loan for 2009-10 English Premier League campaign, tallying two goals and seven assists over 30 games…Made his debut for the Tigers on August 22, 2009, recording a game-winning assist against Bolton in a 30-minute effort off the bench…Scored his first goal for Hull City on August 25, 2009 in a EFL League Cup victory over Southend United…Registered a multi-assist game in a 2-2 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers on January 30, 2010…Netted his first Premier League goal on February 6, 2010 in a 2-1 win over Manchester City…Also registered 90 minutes for Hull City’s U-23 side on March 8, 2010 against the Blackburn Rovers U-23s.

Villareal (Spain): Transferred to La Liga side Villarreal CF on June 4, 2008 where he made 22 appearances for the club across all competitions, tallying three goals…Loaned to Spanish Segunda División club Xerez CD in January 2009, but did not make an appearance due to tie surgery…Also loaned to Hull City (England) and Bursaspor (Turkey) during his time with Villareal…Made debut for Villareal on September 14, 2008 against Deportivo La Coruna, plying 45 minutes as a substitute…Scored first goal for Villareal on November 1, 2008 in a 4-1 win over Athletic Bilbao…Totaled nine appearances in La Liga over parts of three seasons…Scored two goals in the 2010 Copa Del Rey 4th Round, tallying in both legs of a 3-1 aggregate victory over Polideportivo Ejido…Added five appearances during the 2010 UEFA Europa League Group Stage, starting on three occasions.

INTERNATIONAL CAREER (United States): Capped 115 times by the United States Men’s National Team from 2007-present, tallying 42 goals – the third-most in USMNT history and most among active players…His 115 appearances rank ninth all-time for the United States and second-most among active players…Has represented the Stars & Stripes on the international stage at the 2008 Olympics, the 2009 FIFA Confederations’ Cup, the 2010 & 2014 FIFA World Cup…Won the 2017 Concacaf Gold Cup with the United States…Made his senior international debut on November 17, 2007 in a 1-0 victory over South Africa…Collected his first start for the U.S. in a 90-minute effort against Mexico on February 6, 2008, scoring his first goal for the Stars & Stripes…Named to the U.S. Olympic team roster for the 2008 Summer Games in Beijing, playing in all three matches while scoring one goal…Registered a hat trick on April 1, 2009 in a 3-0 victory over Trinidad & Tobago in a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifying match…Made the United States’ roster for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup, starting all five matches for the team at the tournament and finishing with a goal and two assists…Provided the game-winning assist in a 3-0 victory over Egypt during the Confederations Cup Group Stage… Scored the winning goal in a Confederations Cup semifinal victory over Spain on June 24, 2009… Made 25th international appearance for the U.S. in a May 2010 friendly vs. Turkey, marking the occasion with a second-half equalizer…Named to the 2010 FIFA World Cup roster, starting all four matches for the U.S. at the tournament and tallying an assist in a 2-2 draw with Slovenia on June 18, 2010…Notched two goals and an assist in four games during the 2011 Concacaf Gold Cup…Earned his 50th cap on September 8, 2012 in a FIFA World Cup qualifying loss to Jamaica…Registered his second career international hat trick in a 4-3 win over Bosnia & Herzegovina on August 14, 2013…Scored both goals in the final sendoff match against Nigeria ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, his third multi-goal game for the U.S….Named to the 2014 FIFA World Cup roster, starting and making one appearance before suffering a muscle injury…Capped for a 75th time on November 14, 2014 in a friendly against Colombia, scoring the team’s lone goal, his 25th international tally, of the match while sporting the captain’s armband in a 90-minute effort…Scored twice in a 2-1 victory over Peru on September 15, 2015…Added another brace and one assist in a World Cup qualifying victory over St. Vincent & the Grenadines on November 14, 2015…Provided a pair of goals in a FIFA World Cup qualifier against Trinidad & Tobago on September 7, 2016…Made his 100th international appearance on January 29, 2017 in a 0-0 draw with Serbia…Added to the 2017 Concacaf Gold Cup roster ahead of the knockout rounds, tallying two goals in three starts, including the game-winner in a semifinal victory over Costa Rica…Recorded his seventh multi-goal game for the U.S. on October 7, 2017 in a World Cup qualifying victory over Panama…Named to the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup roster, appearing in four matches and tallying a goal and an assist.

YOUTH CAREER: Began playing soccer from a young age, featuring for various club teams around South Florida including Boca Raton Juniors Soccer Club, Schulz Academy, and Sunrise SC…Attended IMG Academy while training with the U.S. Under-17 National Team…Made two appearances for the U.S. U-17 National Team at the FIFA U-17 World Cup…Made five appearances for the United States at the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup, registering four goals…Scored first youth international goal in a 6-1 win over the Poland U-20 side on July 3, 2007…Bagged a brace in the Group Stage finale, a 2-1 win over the Brazil U-20s…Scored the opening goal in a U-20 World Cup Quarterfinal loss to Austria, playing all 120 minutes.

PERSONAL: Full name is Josmer Volmy "Jozy" Altidore…Youngest of four children born to Haitian immigrants in Livingston, N.J….Moved to and raised in Boca Raton, Fla….Attended IMG Academy while training with the U.S. Under-17 National Team…Finalist for ESPN’s Next Award in 2007 while earning endorsements from Adidas…Featured on the North American version cover of FIFA 08 by EA Sports…Advocated for the relief effort following the 2010 Haiti earthquake…Married to American tennis player and Grand Slam champion Sloane Stephens on Jan. 1, 2022.

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