Fleming Turns Pro

Jessie Fleming. Photo: Soccer Canada.

London’s Jessie Fleming is joining the professional soccer ranks.

Fleming, 22, leaves UCLA after four years of eligibility. The midfielder was one of three finalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy, awarded to the leading NCAA soccer player, in 2017 and ’19.

As a young phenom on the pitch, the Londoner made her senior debut in December 2013 at age 15. Two years later, at the 2015 Women’s World Cup, she competed as Canada’s youngest player.

Fleming was part of Canada’s bronze-winning squad at the Rio Games in 2016. She also played at the 2019 World Cup in France.

A&V Sports is Fleming’s new management firm. Her father, John, has filled the role of associate, player management, welfare and scouting with A&V since November 2018.

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