Jordan Harvey

Jordan Harvey
Jordan Harvey
Jordan Harvey
Jordan Harvey
HT: 5' 11" WT: 176
Age: 36 (28/01/1984)
Mission Viejo, CA
Mission Viejo, CA


Signed as a free agent on January 2, 2018.  



  • Vancouver Whitecaps FC Player of the Year: 2016  
  • Canadian Championship: 2015  
  • Vancouver Whitecaps Humanitarian of the year: 2013 
  • NCAA College Cup Champion: 2002  
  • Gatorade National High School Player of The Year: 2001  



2018 (Los Angeles Football Club)  

  • Appeared in 29 games (23 starts), logging 2,140 minutes in his 13th MLS season. 

  • Sixth consecutive season with 2,000 or more minutes. 

  • Became the 38th player in MLS history to reach 25,000 minutes played in 2-1 loss vs. Sporting Kansas City on October 28. 

  • Started in the Club’s first ever playoff game, a 3-2 loss to Real Salt Lake on November 1. 

2017 (Vancouver Whitecaps): 

  • Started 28 matches while logging 2,509 minutes. 

  • Fifth consecutive season with 2,000 or more minutes. 

  • Finished the season with one assist and one goal on eight shots. 

  • Logged 54 minutes in one match played in the MLS Cup Playoffs. 

2016 (Vancouver Whitecaps): 

  • Started 28 matches, logging 2,520 minutes played.  

  • Scored two goals, leading the team in shot conversion percentage at 20%.  

2015 (Vancouver Whitecaps): 

  • Appeared in 26 matches, starting 25.  

  • Eclipsed 2,000 minutes played for the third consecutive season. 

  • Started three matches in the Canadian Championship, including the final vs. the Montreal Impact, a 2-0 victory. 

  • Started and played 90 minutes in both MLS Cup playoff matches against Portland on November 1 and 8.   

2014 (Vancouver Whitecaps): 

  • Led the team in starts and overall appearances with 33. 

  • Career high 2,939 minutes played, scored two goals on 17 shots. 

  • Started and played all 90 minutes in the club’s only MLS Cup playoff loss.  

2013 (Vancouver Whitecaps):  

  • Appeared in 24 matches, starting 23. 

  • Finished third among all MLS defenders with four goals scored. 

  • On June 19, scored the 10,000th goal in MLS history against Chivas USA. 

2012 (Vancouver Whitecaps):  

  • Saw action in 26 matches with 18 starts. 

  • Scored his second MLS goal on June 11 vs. Houston Dynamo.  

2011 (Philadelphia Union/Vancouver Whitecaps): 

  • Started 16 matches for Philadelphia before being traded to Vancouver on July 7 in exchange for allocation money.  

  • Notched a career high five assists. 

2010 (Philadelphia Union):  

  • Appeared in 30 matches, starting 29.  

  • Scored his first MLS goal April 16 vs. Toronto FC. 

2009 (Colorado Rapids): 

  • Appeared in 30 matches with 29 starts. 

  • Led the team with 2,613 minutes played.  

  • Notched three assists to lead all Colorado defenders. 

2008 (Colorado Rapids):  

  • Started 13 of 15 total matches.  

  • Made MLS debut May 4 vs. D.C. United.  

  • Logged first MLS assist on September 4 vs. Chicago Fire.  

2006 (Colorado Rapids): 

  • Drafted in the first round, ninth overall, in the 2006 MLS Supplemental Draft. 

  • Played 12 matches for USL-1 club Seattle Sounders during two loan stints. 



  • Appeared in two matches for the United States at the U-17 World Cup in 2001. 

  • Appeared in one match as a substitute for the United States at the U-20 World Cup in 2003. 



2005 (Senior):  

  • Second Team All-Pac-10.  

  • Leader of defense that recorded 14 shutouts. 

2004 (Junior):  

  • Honorable mention All-Pac-10. 

  • Started all 20 matches. 

 2003 (Sophomore): 

  • Appeared in 16 matches, starting seven. 

  • Third on the team with four goals scored. 

2002 (Freshman):  

  • Appeared in 13 matches, starting seven.  

  • Honorable Mention All-Pac-10. 

  • First college assist on October 13 vs Fresno State. 



  • Married to singer/actress Kimberly Caldwell, the seventh place finalist on the second season of American Idol.  

  • Has a daughter, Harlow.  

  • Favorite sport other than soccer is baseball.  

  • Favorite video game is Mario Kart.  

  • Avid guitar player. 

  • Favorite band is Sublime.  

  • If he wasn’t a professional soccer player, would be a professional surfer. 

  • Follow Jordan on Instagram and Twitter @jordancharvey. 


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