LAFC announced today that the Club has re-signed defender Jordan Harvey to a one-year deal.
“Jordan has been an integral part of our Club since joining us ahead of our inaugural campaign in 2018,” said Co-President & General Manager John Thorrington. “Not only has he brought a wealth of experience and leadership to the locker room, but he has also served as a fantastic ambassador in our community.”
A 15-year MLS veteran, Harvey currently ranks 15th all-time in minutes (28,211) and is tied for 18th in games played (340). In 2020, Harvey appeared in 11 regular season contests (8 starts) and the Club’s lone postseason match.
Originally signed as a free agent on Jan. 2, 2018, Harvey has appeared in 70 MLS matches (59 starts) for LAFC, notching one goal and seven assists in 5,263 minutes. He registered back-to-back 2,000-minute seasons in 2018-19, helping LAFC to a league-best +48 goal differential while allowing the fewest goals (37) during the 2019 campaign.
Harvey, a Mission Viejo, Calif. native, joined the league in 2006 and has also represented the Colorado Rapids (2006-09), Philadelphia Union (2010-11) and Vancouver Whitecaps FC (2011-17).
TRANSACTION: Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) re-signs defender Jordan Harvey to a one-year deal.