Jonathan Osorio

12 June 1992
Toronto FC
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
175 cm
Where they grew up
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
International "A" - CAN MNT
71 Appearances
51 Starts
9 Goals
8 Assists


Jonathan Osorio

Jonathan Osorio... speaks English and Spanish... soccer family (brothers Anthony, Nicholas)... his father Diego was born in Cali, COL while his mother Bibiana was born in Medellín, COL... he was seven years old when his family moved from Toronto to neighbouring Brampton... he was four years old when he started playing soccer in the Toronto Futsal League; he was 12 years old when he joined Brampton YSC... he grew up playing soccer and baseball... enjoys music, sports... growing up, favourites included Cesc Fabregas, Diego Maradona, Read Madrid... other favourites included Michael Jordan, Los Angeles Lakers... on 20 December 2017, he was presented with a Key to the City of Brampton by Mayor Linda Jeffrey...

represented Canada at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022... Concacaf champion (first place in 2021-22 Concacaf Final Round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers)... won a Concacaf Silver Medal with Canada (2022-23 Nations League)... Concacaf semifinalist (2021)...

with Toronto FC, Concacaf Champions League finalist (2018), a three-time Canadian Championship winner (Voyageurs Cup in 2016, 2017 and 2018), an MLS Supporters’ Shield winner (2017), and an MLS Cup winner (Philip F. Anschutz Trophy in 2017)...

part of the Canada Soccer team that met Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on 15 November 2021 ahead of their FIFA World Cup Qualifiers match one day later in Edmonton (a surprise visit by the Prime Minister at a training session)...

wrote Neil Davidson in 2018, “Osorio has a deep toolbox: he is good on the ball and shows good vision, twisting and turning as he looks to create. He can also defend, swarming Tigres players (in Concacaf Champions League) like an octopus with hands and feet chipping away at the ball carrier”... said Jason Bent in 2018, Osorio is “hungry (and) he has a real appetite for the game... he has always had those light feet: he has quick feet because he is so comfortable with the ball and he has got a little bit of wiggle to create space for himself”... said Lucas Cavallini in 2018, “he’s a really interesting player. You don’t really get players like that in Canada - really technical. I guess his grassroots being Colombian really help”...

For Country

he was 18 years old when he made his debut in the Canadian youth program in 2010 with coach Valerio Gazzola... represented Canada at the 2011 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship in Guatemala...

he was 20 years old when he made his debut for Canada on 28 May 2013... represented Canada at the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup... represented Canada at the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup... represented Canada in 2015-16 CONCACAF / FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 Qualifiers... he scored his first international “A” goal for Canada on 22 January 2017 in Devonshire Parish, BER… represented Canada at the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup...

represented Canada in 2018-19 Concacaf Nations League Qualifying... represented Canada at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup... represented Canada in 2019 Concacaf Nations League A... represented Canada at the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup... helped Canada finish first in 2021-22 Concacaf / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (Canada qualified for Qatar 2022)... he made his 50th international “A” appearance for Canada on 27 January 2022 in San Pedro Sula, Honduras... represented Canada at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022...

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