Jonathan Gómez
(Jonathan Gómez Mendoza)


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2003 (20 years old)

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North Richland Hills, Texas, United States




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176 cm

71 kg





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Jonathan Germán "JoGo" Gómez Mendoza (born September 1, 2003) is an American professional soccer player who plays as a left-back for Spanish club Mirandés, on loan from Real Sociedad B. Born in the United States to Mexican parents, he has one previous friendly cap for the Mexico national team but has most recently represented the United States national team with multiple friendly caps.

Gómez joined the FC Dallas academy in 2016, at the age of 12. He progressed through the ranks starting with the U-13 side as a left winger. During his three years with the FCD academy he transitioned to playing fullback. After three years with the academy Gómez signed an amateur contract with FC Dallas's reserve side North Texas SC in USL League One at the age of 15. During his time with North Texas, Gómez appeared in eight league matches and tallied 2 assists as part of their title-winning campaign in the 2019 USL League One season.

Gómez was born and raised in the United States to Mexican parents and has been extensively pursued by the national team federations of both countries. He represented both the United States and Mexico at the U16 level, including winning the 2019 UEFA Development Tournament and 2019 Nike International Friendlies with the United States U16s and third place at the 2019 Nordic Cup with Mexico U16s.

Gómez was a non-roster trainee with Mexico during their loss to the United States in the 2021 CONCACAF Nations League Finals. Gómez was subsequently named to the United States provisional squad for the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup although he did not make the final roster as the United States won the Final over Mexico. In October 2021, Gómez played in a pair of friendlies for Mexico U20s in Europe.

On December 3, 2021, Gómez was called up to the United States national team for a friendly match against Bosnia and Herzegovina. On December 18, Gómez made his senior international debut as an 84th-minute substitute and his shot on goal was rebounded in by Cole Bassett for the United States' 1–0 victory.

On April 21, 2022, Gómez was called up to the Mexico national team for a friendly match against Guatemala on April 27, in which he was subbed on in the 82nd minute. He thus became the fourth player to be capped by both the United States and Mexico senior national teams. Because both matches were friendlies, Gómez was not cap-tied to either nation.

In May 2022, Gómez was named to the provisional squads of both the United States U20s and Mexico U20s for the 2022 CONCACAF U-20 Championship but could not participate for either nation due to injury. After the United States U20s won the tournament to qualify for the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup and 2024 Olympics while Mexico U20s did not qualify for either, Gómez was called up in September 2022 to the United States U20s for the 2022 Revelations Cup in Mexico. Gómez played in all three of the United States U20s' friendlies including against Mexico U20s.

On January 18, 2023, Gómez was called up for the second time to the United States national team for friendly matches against Serbia and Colombia and made his first senior international start against Serbia.

He is the younger brother of soccer player Johan Gomez, who formerly played for North Texas SC and FC Porto.

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Real Sociedad BAppearancesSpanish Primera RFEF Group 22022-202328

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