2019-2020 (Unión de Sante Fe): In his final season with Unión, Gómez Andrade started all 15 of his appearances in Argentina, scoring two goals, in addition to playing once in Copa Argentina before being transferred to Sounders FC.
2018-2019 (Unión de Sante Fe): Gómez Andrade started all 24 of his appearances and scored two goals as Uníon finished eighth during the 2018-2019 campaign with 36 points (9-7-9). He appeared twice in the Copa Argentina as Unión was eliminated in the Round of 64, in addition to his two games in Copa Sudamericana against Ecuadoran club Independiente del Valle.
2017-2018 (Unión de Sante Fe): In his first season with Unión de Sante Fe, Gómez Andrade started all 25 of his appearances back in the Argentine first division, scoring one goal, as the club finished 10th in the table with 43 points (11-6-10). He also appeared twice in Copa Argentina.
2016-2017 (Independiente Rivadavia): After being transferred to Indepeniente Rivadavia, Gómez Andrade started all 40 of his appearances in Nacional B, the Argentine second division. He scored two goals as his club finished fourth in the table with 67 points (16-9-19), in addition to making one appearance in Copa Argentina.
2016 (Arsenal de Sarandi): In his lone season with Arsenal de Sarandi, Gómez Andrade made two appearances in the Argentine first division.
2015 (Rosario Central): In his final season with Rosario Central, Gómez Andrade started 15 of 17 appearances in the Primera División as the club finished third in the table with 59 points (16-3-11). He also appeared twice in Copa Argentina, as Rosario Central finished second to Boca Juniors.
2014 (Rosario Central): Gómez Andrade made four appearances for Rosario Central of the Argentine Primera División, in addition to a pair of matches in Copa Argentina.
2013-2014 (Tiro Federal): In his first professional season, Gómez Andrade made 27 appearances on loan for Tiro Federal of Torneo Federal A, one of the Argentine third division leagues, scoring two goals.
Signed by Sounders FC using Targeted Allocation Money (TAM) on February 5, 2020.