2010: Improved form earned him a spot on the 30-man preliminary roster for the FIFA World Cup … Played the final 14 minutes in the 2-1 loss to Holland on March 3 in Amsterdam … Started on May 25 against the Czech Republic in the first match of the Send-Off Series … Went 45 minutes on Oct. 12 against Colombia in Chester, Pa … 2009: Made two appearances, entering as a reserve in the USA’s final matches of the year, playing 45 minutes on Nov. 14 against Slovakia and 39 minutes on Nov. 18 against Denmark … 2008: Appeared in six games for the U.S. in 2008, including starts against England, Spain and Argentina prior to World Cup qualifying … Put in a bustling performance as he earned Man of the Match honors for his effort against England on May 28 at Wembley Stadium … Began his second World Cup cycle in fine fashion when he came off the bench to score a late goal in the 8-0 win against Barbados on June 15 … 2007: Took part in both the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup and the 2007 Copa America tournament in Venezuela … In the Gold Cup, he made three appearances at forward, scoring once from a Landon Donovan assist against Trinidad & Tobago … At Copa America, he provided one of the shocks of the tournament, when he put the United States up 1-0 against Argentina after he set-up and converted a penalty kick early on in the match … Started all three games for the United States in Venezuela … 2006: A member of the 2006 FIFA World Cup squad that appeared in Germany, he took part in two of the three games in Group E play … Concluded 2006 with 11 appearances, four as a starter, scoring one goal and tallying one assist … Scored in front of his former home crowd in the 4-0 win against Guatemala on Feb. 19 in Frisco, Texas … 2005: Finished 2006 World Cup qualifying with seven goals in seven appearances, tied for most goals with Landon Donovan … Had three goals in six appearances before an injury to his great right toe effectively ended his year in mid-May … Two of those goals came in the final round of World Cup qualifying, including the USA’s first goal of the hexagonal when he headed home a Steve Cherundolo cross in the 2-1 on Feb. 9 in Trinidad … Earned Man of the Match honors in that game, as well as the 1-0 victory against Honduras on March 19 in Albuquerque in which he scored the game-winner … Got his second goal of the final round in the 2-0 win against Guatemala on March 30 in Birmingham, slamming home a 12-yard shot off the right post after collecting a back-heel touch from Landon Donovan in the penalty area … Managed one more appearance, entering as a sub in the 57th minute of the 0-0 qualifying draw on Sept. 7 in Guatemala … 2004: Made appearances in the final three games of 2004, starting one match and scoring in each match for a total of five goals … Earned his first cap and goal against El Salvador on Oct. 9, coming on as a substitute in the 71st minute and sealing the 2-0 victory with a tap-in four minutes later … Scored a hat trick as a substitute against Panama in RFK Stadium on Oct. 13, putting away three goals in the final 25 minutes (the first U.S. player to ever notch three goals as a substitute) … Scored the lone U.S. goal in a 1-1 qualifying draw with Jamaica in the final game of 2004 … Under-23s: Was a member of the U.S. U-23 team that missed out in their bid for Athens 2004 at the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying tournament in Guadalajara, Mexico … Made four appearances during the tournament, including two starts … Named to the roster for the second round of the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying against St. Kitts & Nevis in 2003 … Scored two goals in a 6-0 win in the first leg in St. Kitts … Under-20s: Led the team during the two-year cycle with 12 international goals in 21 appearances … Helped the U.S. to the quarterfinals of the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship in the United Arab Emirates, scoring four goals … His four goals and one assist was good enough to win the tournament’s Golden Boot, becoming the first U.S. Men’s player at any FIFA World Championship to win the award … Was named to the 20-player FIFA World Youth Championship All-Star Team … Started and played all 270 minutes in all three games at the CONCACAF Qualifying Tournament … Scored two goals at the qualifying tournament, notching the game-winner against Haiti and tallying the final goal against Canada … Under-17s: The team’s top scorer in 2000 and 2001 … Scored an amazing 23 goals in 25 career U-17 international matches … Leading scorer with five goals at the 2001 CONCACAF qualifying tournament … Scored a hat trick in the deciding match at the tournament, a 4-0 win against El Salvador … Was the only player to start in all 25 of the U-17’s internationals in 2001-2002 … First Appearance: Oct. 9, 2004, vs. El Salvador … First Goal: Oct. 9, 2004, vs. El Salvador.
2010: Returned to Fulham to start the 2010-11 campaign, where he earned sporadic minutes as a reserve … Appeared in a total of 10 matches before the end of the year … 2009-10: Pulled regular minutes on loan at Aris FC of the Greek Super League, scoring five goals in 15 appearances from January to May … Netted a pair in the 2-0 win against Olympiakos on April 28 … Made three appearances for Fulham in the first half of the season, figuring in Europa League qualifying, the EPL and the League Cup … 2008-09: Agreed to a year-long loan deal with FA Cup finalists Cardiff City of the English League Championship … Made 15 appearances and notched two assists for Cardiff during the first half of the season ... 2007-08: Transferred to Fulham of the English Premier League … Made six appearances for the Cottagers during their fight against relegation, starting four games ... 2007: An explosive season in MLS saw Johnson net a career high 15 goals … Also chipped in with a career-high six assists in 24 games as Kansas City advanced all the way to the conference finals … 2006: In February, he was traded to the Kansas City Wizards, where in his first year with the team he endured a bout of poor form, scoring only twice in 19 appearances … Kansas City narrowly missed out on a playoff spot, finishing behind New York by one point … 2005: In a year blighted by injury, he made only 15 appearances for FC Dallas … He started 13 of those games, and still managed to find the net five times … 2004: Had a breakout season, leading the Dallas Burn in scoring with 27 points on 12 goals and three assists … His point total was tied for third overall in the entire league, and 12 goals tied for a league high … Seven of his 12 goals on the year were game-winners … Played in 26 games, staring all but one … 2003: Played in 22 games, starting 13 … Scored three goals in the regular season and one in the team’s lone U.S. Open Cup match … 2002: Played in 11 games in 2002, missing almost half the season … Appeared as a sub in the first two games before missing 10 games with a high left ankle sprain … Scored the game-winning goal in overtime and registered his first MLS assist against D.C. on Sept. 19, 2002 … 2001: Signed a Nike Project-40 contract and entered the 2001 MLS SuperDraft … Drafted by the Dallas Burn with the seventh pick of the second round (19th overall) on Feb. 5 … Scored his first MLS goal in dramatic fashion, netting a stoppage-time equalizer against New England on July 4 in front of 21,343 fans … Scored two goals in 10 appearances … Started his only league match of his rookie year on Aug. 4 against the Revolution … Made his MLS debut on May 12 in a 4-0 win against Columbus.
High School – Was a 2001 Parade Magazine All-American after his junior season … A two-year starter at Flagler Palm Coast High School, he was named to the All-State teams both seasons ... As a freshman helped his team to a 26-5-1 record and finished as the District’s leading scorer.
Personal – Featured in ESPN The Magazine’s 2006 ‘Next’ Issue, which showcases up and coming athletes from across the sports spectrum … Also played football his freshman year of high school, making the team as a wide receiver ... Values the opportunity to be a role model to inner city kids … Lists Thierry Henry as his most admired player … Mother is Lewanna Johnson ... Has an older sister, Shaunta, and a younger brother, Cecil Hubbert … Is the father of daughter Zoë Baker-Johnson, born Dec. 28, 2005.