Geoff Cameron

Team FC Cincinnati FC Cincinnati
Position Midfielder
Height / weight 0.0 m /
Born Jul 11, 1985
Nationality United States United States
Number 20
Team History
FC Cincinnati FC Cincinnati 2021 - present
Queens Park Rangers QPR 2019 - 2021
Queens Park Rangers QPR 2018 - 2019 (loan)
Stoke City FC Stoke City 2012 - 2019
Houston Dynamo Houston Dynamo 2008 - 2012
Rhode Island Stingrays 2005 - 2007
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Born Geoffrey Scott Cameron on July 11, 1985, Cameron is a midfielder for the Houston Dynamo in Major League Soccer. He has also played with the Rhode Island Stingrays and the US National Team. He was a player for Bayside FC in high school before attending college at West Virginia University. He moved to the University of Rhode Island for his junior and senior years, helping his new team beat Rutgers in the NCAA Tournament in 2006. He was named midfielder of the Year in 2007 in his senior year at the Atlantic 10 Conference. He also played for the Rhode Island Stingrays.

Cameron was drafted by the Houston Dynamo in the third round in the 2008 MLS Super Draft and debuted on March 29, 2008 in a match against the New England Revolution. He helped the team score a last-minute goal in the match that ended in a 3-3 tie against FC Dallas. By midseason Cameron was a regular sub and often a starter for the team. He was in the running for Rookie of the Year in 2008, along with Sean G Franklin and Kheli Dube. He played at the 2009 MLS All-Star game in Utah and was named the MLS Best XI for 2009. After suffering through a knee injury that kept him out of the field in half of the season, Cameron was back by August in time to join the team’s match against DC United.

He was called up to train with the senior US team in January but injuries kept him from playing in the team’s match with Sweden. He was again called up to train with the team for it’s match against El Salvador in Florida and subbed for Robbie Rogers.

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