Jordyn Pamela Huema is a Canadian professional soccer player who was born on May 8, 2001, in Chilliwack, Canada.
She plays as forward for Division 1 Feminine Club Paris Saint-Germain and the Canada national team.
Huitemabegan playing soccer at four years of age with Chilliwack FC. She scored her first national team goal at the age of 16.
Huitema was the highest Canadian scoring player during the UEFA Women’s Champions League before she was 20 years old, and has been named as a potential heir to Canadian legendary Christine Sinclair.
On May 25, 2019, she was named in the squad for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
On August 6, 2021, Jordyn won Gold at Tokyo 2020, as Canada defeated Sweden on penalties (3-2). Huitema substituted Christine Sinclair at the 86-minute mark, but did not take a penalty.
She attended middle school at Rosedale Middle School in Chilliwack.
She attended Burnaby Central Secondary as part of the Whitecaps FC Girls Elite REX program.
Jordyn Huitema Parents And Siblings (Father, Mother, Brother, Sister)
Brody and Trent are Huitema siblings.
Her brother, Brody, was a member of the Vancouver Whitecaps Residency program and played for Duke University.
Her second brother, Trent, played ice hockey in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League for the Humboldt Broncos.
Details about her parents are not available at the moment, and does not know to have any sister.
Her brothers, Brody and Trent, are her only known siblings.