- Position Midfielder
- Number 16
- Date of Birth Mar 12 1999
- Hometown Dallas, TX
- Height 5' 10"
- Club FC Dallas
Player Bio - Brandon Servania
U.S. National Teams: Appeared in six matches and earned Best XI honors at the 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship, helping the U.S. to its second-straight confederation title … Started both qualification stage games and the Final against Mexico … Netted goals against Trinidad and Tobago and St. Vincent and the Grenadines in the tournament group stage … Made his U-20 debut against Jamaica at the 2018 U.S. Soccer U-20 Men’s Invitational … Appeared with the U-18 MNT throughout 2016-17, helping the team to the 2016 Vaclav Jezek tournament title … Earned his first Youth National Team call-up with the U-18 MNT in April 2016.
Professional: Signed with FC Dallas as a Homegrown Player on Jan. 3, 2018 … Made his MLS debut on April 7, 2019, coming on as a late substitute against the Philadelphia Union … Played every minute for North Texas SC, FC Dallas’ reserve squad, in its first four USL League One matches … Spent his first professional season on loan with Tulsa Roughnecks in the USL Championship, making 16 appearances and logging 1205 minutes in 2018.
College/Youth: Played one season of college soccer at Wake Forest … Scored three goals and added 11 assists while helping the Demon Deacons to an ACC title and the NCAA tournament quarterfinals … Named to ACC All-Freshman team … Appeared in 21 of 23 games during the 2017 season … Spent three seasons with FC Dallas in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy … Won the Academy Championship with FC Dallas U-15/16 in 2016, alongside U-20 MNT teammate Paxton Pomykal … Earned Central Conference U-15/16 Best XI honors in 2016 … 2016 NSCAA All-American … Prior to joining FC Dallas, played for Vestavia Hills Soccer Club in Alabama … Named to the All-Star team for ODP Region III in 2014 … Kicked off his youth career with Birmingham United Soccer Club from U-11 to U-14 … Started playing soccer at age six.
Personal: Full name is Brandon Ivan Servania … Younger brother Jaden played for Puerto Rico at 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship, will also play soccer at Wake Forest … Loves visiting family and beaches in Puerto Rico and St. Croix … Member of the National Spanish Honor Society in high school … Favorite soccer player is Andres Iniesta … Greatest soccer moment thus far was making his MLS debut for FC Dallas … Favorite movie is Avengers: Endgame, favorite TV show is Everybody Hates Chris, favorite video game Is FIFA 19 … Loves listening to Drake … Enjoys eating at hibachi steakhouses … Describes himself on the field as “driven, disciplined and passionate” … Describes himself off the field as “caring, loyal and charismatic.”