How Acquired: Signed as a homegrown player on Feb. 20, 2014
Bradford Jamieson IV signed a Homegrown Player contract with the Galaxy on February 20, 2014. After contributing to LA Galaxy II, Jamieson IV earned his first minutes with the LA Galaxy July 19 against Sporting KC. Minutes after coming on as a second-half substitute, he provided an the first MLS assist of his career to Robbie Keane.
2014: Bradford Jamieson IV made his MLS debut during the MLS Regular Season, entering the match as a second half substitute on the road against Sporting Kansas City. In his first appearance, he recorded an assist to Robbie Keane. Jamieson played a large part in LA Galaxy II’s inaugural season, scoring six goals en route to becoming a finalist for 2014 USL Rookie of the Year.
2013: Jamieson IV, a native of Los Angeles, California senior at Santa Monica High school, scored three goals in 11 appearances for the LA Galaxy Academy U-18 side in the 2013-2014 U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy season. The forward also made three appearances for the LA Galaxy during the 2013 MLS Reserve League season as LA retained their West Division crown for a second straight year.
Prior to joining the Galaxy Academy, Jamieson completed four semesters with the U.S. U-17 Residency program, making 25 appearances for the youth national team and earned a NSCAA All-American nod. Jamieson IV was accepted into the Residency program in 2011 following a successful stint with the U.S. U-15 Boys National Team and an illustrious youth career with Santa Monica United FC and LAFC.
In addition to playing for head coach Richie Williams’ U.S. U-17 side, Jamieson IV suited up for the Chivas USA U-16’s during the 2012-2013 USSDA season, where he tallied six goals in nine appearances.
Jamieson IV committed to the University of California before electing to sign with the LA Galaxy.