Davies made his professional debut for Whitecaps FC 2 in April 2016 when he was just 15. Read everything about his girlfriend.
Alphonso Davies is an attacking full-back on the left flank, but his swift pace, dribbling, creativity, and crossing ability allow him to play on the wings as well as midfield. Alphonso Davies was born in Ghana’s Buduburam refugee camp to Liberian parents. Davies moved to Vancouver alone at the age of 15 to join the Whitecaps FC Residency program. He attended Burnaby Central Secondary School as part of the program and was granted Canadian citizenship in 2017.
Davies made his professional debut for Whitecaps FC 2 in April 2016 when he was just 15. He signed a short-term contract with the Whitecaps for the 2016 Canadian Championship. Davies then went on to sign a first-team contract with the Whitecaps in 2018, with options for the 2019 and 2020 seasons, on July 15, 2016. Davies made his Major League Soccer debut on July 16, 2016, becoming the league’s second-youngest player behind Freddy Adu. In the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions League against Sporting Kansas City, he scored his first goal for the first team in September 2016.
In 2018, Vancouver announced a transfer of Davies to Bundesliga club Bayern Munich, with Davies finishing the 2018 MLS season with Vancouver before joining Bayern in January 2019. The transfer fee was $13.5 million, with performance-related bonuses totaling $22 million.
Alphonso Davies’s ex-girlfriend, Jordyn Huitema, was born in Chilliwack and began playing football when he was four years old. Chilliwack FC is where it all started, located in the Wack, as they accepted her into their youth system. She played a part there until the end of 2011. The Canadian footballer began her career with Surrey United before moving on to the Vancouver Whitecaps. She signed with the Vancouver TSS FC Rovers for the 2018 season and then went on to play for PSG’s women’s team.
No, Alphonso does not have children.
Jordyn Huitema is a Canadian footballer who was expected to join PSG Féminines in 2018. She did not sign a professional contract, allowing her to continue attending college. On July 24, at the University of Portland, she made her PSG debut against Manchester City Women in a pre-season friendly. Huitema announced her intention to eschew college and pursue a professional career in football. Huitema then signed a four-year contract with PSG in 2019. She has now joined the OL Reign in the United States and has 11 caps for the team.