Player Details


Reggie Cannon


5' 11"


165 lbs

Date of Birth

6.11.1998 (26)


Chicago, IL USA



Player Category

Career Summary


FC Dallas signed its 18th Homegrown player.

Languages Spoken: English


2019: Played in 28 MLS matches (started in 26). Scored his first goal of the season on Aug. 10 against Minnesota United in the 45th minute. Recorded one assist in the last match of the regular season against Sporting KC in the 58th minute. Scored his first career playoff goal in the 39th minute of the Audi 2019 playoff match against Seattle Sounders FC on Oct. 19 at CenturyLink Field, starting Dallas’ comeback in regulation before falling to the 2019 MLS Cup winners, 4-3, in extra time. Ended the season with 54% of ground duels won.  

2018: Appeared in 33 MLS regular season games, one MLS playoff game, two CONCACAF Champion League games and two USOC games. Scored one goal and recorded three assists on the season. Scored his first MLS goal on May 19 vs. Vancouver Whitecaps. Was one of six Homegrowns to share the pitch against Chicago Fire, an MLS record. Notched his first assist on July 14 vs. Chicago Fire.  Registered his third assist of the season in a 4-3 loss to San Jose Earthquakes on Aug. 29. Won all seven of his total duels and drew three fouls vs. Portland Timbers on Sept. 29.

2017: On June 14th, he made his pro debut in a 2-1 win against Tulsa Roughnecks in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. He collected an assist in his second pro game in a 3-1 win against Colorado in U.S. Open Cup. On Sept. 3, he made his MLS debut as a sub in a draw against the New York Red Bulls.


2019: Appeared seven games (started six) for the US Men’s National Team.  Made his Gold Cup debut in 6-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago and earned his first Gold Cup start in the 1-0 win against Panama.  Started in three out of the last four matches of the Gold Cup, including the final. Marked his first assist for the U.S. Men’s National Team on Oct. 11 against Cuba.

2018: Received first U.S. Men’s National Team call-up for friendlies against Colombia and Peru in Oct. 2018. Got his first senior cap and start against Peru on Oct. 17. Earned his second call up for the USMNT friendlies against England and Italy in Nov. 2018.


One of three players to appear and start in all 20 matches and third on the team logging 1,753 minutes. Named No. 8 on Top Drawer Soccer’s Midseason Top 100 Freshman ranking and Top Drawer Soccer Preseason Freshman XI. Tallied one point and contributed to five shutouts during the 2016 season. Assisted on the game-winning goal at No. 13 San Diego State on Oct. 8, 2016.

FC Dallas Academy

Won the Gordon Jago Super Group Championship.

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