Jordyn Huitema

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Jordyn Huitema - Bio, Facts, Age, Height, Net Worth, Boyfriend

Jordyn Huitema used to play football in the backyard along with her brothers. Though it was just a child’s play, from when she played with her brothers, she could build up power and technique.

When she was 4, she started to play for the local team Chiliwack FC. She joined the boys team when she was 10 because, according to her, the girls team wasn’t competitive enough.

She attended middle school at the Rosedale Middle School in Chilliwack and attended Burnaby Central Secondary as a part of the Whitecaps FC Girls Elite REX program.

Her career began when she joined TSS FC Rovers of the Women’s Premier Soccer League in the 2018 season.

In the same year, she announced that she would play for Paris Saint-Germain Feminines during the 2018 Women’s International Champions Cup but didn’t sign a professional contract so she could maintain her college eligibility.

In 2019, she announced that she would forgo college and turned pro, thus signing our year contract with Paris Saint-Germain.

After finishing her four year contract. In 2022, she joined American club OL Reign on a two year contract.

She got called up for Canadian national team when she was 15. She became the first player on Canada’s U-17 team to score.

She is also part of the Canada senior team and makes her debut in 2017 at the 2017 Algarve Cup final in the matches between Canada and Spain.

She made her FIFA Women’s World Cup debut alongside the Canada team at the matches in France.


  • Real Name: Jordyn Pamela Huitemaa
  • Stage Name: Jordyn Huitema
  • Also Known As: –
  • Nickname: –
  • Birthday: May 8, 2001
  • Birthplace: Chiliwaack, British Columbia, Canada
  • Zodiac Sign: Taurus
  • Nationality: Canadian
  • Height: 180 cm (5’11”)
  • Weight: 58 kg (127 lbs)
  • Blood Type:
  • Religion: Christian
  • Profession: Professional Footballer
  • Education: –
  • Hobbies: Traveling, Swimming
  • Position: Forward
  • Club:
    OL Reign (2022 – );
    Paris Saint-Germain (2019 – 2022);
    TSS FC Rovers (2018)
  • Parents: Roger Huitema (Father), Julie Huitema (Mother)
  • Siblings: Brody Huitema (Brother), Trent Huitema (Brother)
  • Boyfriend: Alphonso Davies (2017 – 2022)
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  • Twitter: @JordynHuitema
  • Instagram: @jordynhuitema
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  • Youtube: –


  • Almost all of her family were athletes. Her mother was a professional swimmer while her brother, Trent played ice hockey for Humboldt Broncos.
  • She said that her mother was the one who influenced her as her mother always supported her for her international career.
  • She received a gold medal in the 2020 Olympic Games.
  • While playing for U-15 level, she scored 11 goals for Canada in 19 appearances.
  • She is a CONCACAF Girl’s U-15 Championship winner in 2014 and runner up in 2016.
  • She was the top Canadian scorer in the UEFA women’s champions before she turned 20.
  • She has played other sports in the past, such as hockey and swimming, though not up to a professional level.
  • Her favorite soccer players were Cristiano Ronaldo and Christine Sinclair.
  • She likes to eat mashed potatoes with gravy.
  • She and Bayern Munich player, Alphonso Davies dated since 2017 but recently broke up in 2022.
  • She hasn’t disclosed her ideal type of man as she previously was in a long term relationship.
  • Her net worth is around $1 million.

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“I think the first thing I said to the team was, that’s my luck for 2020, i said that’s all of it right there that it came off the post and right back to my foot.”

“With me, really what you see is what you get.”

“If I feel passionate about something, I’ll post it. … It’s more just me leading by action and example.”

“I was just trying to show a different path, give different options. It’s not the only path for you. [I wanted to] put that mindset [out there] for kids.”

“I feel like, for professional athletes, I feel like we’re just best friends… in a way like we grew up together.”

“It was definitely cool to be a fan, but then be a teammate. And now I’d like to say we’re friends. I don’t know, maybe Sinc’s watching this, but I’d say we’re friends.”

“Once you invest in something, you’ll get a result. And if you’re not investing in something, what do you expect to happen?”

“If you’re not investing in women to devote themselves to the sport every day, day in and day out, they have to be half-minded because they have another job because they can’t afford to live … [then] what do you expect?”

Jordyn Huitema began football early when she was four. Though she’s going professional after graduation high school, she became the most Canadian female scorer.


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