Brandon Servania

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Brandon Iván Servania (born March 12, 1999 in Birmingham) is a Major League Soccer player, currently with FC Dallas. In 2020 he qualified for the senior U.S. Men’s National Team.

Servania is the son of Ken and Grisel Servania. While growing up in Birmingham, Servania played for the Chelsea Sting, the Birmingham United Soccer Association, and the Vestavia Steamers. He then moved to Dallas, Texas to train in the FC Dallas development system.

He graduated from Lone Star High School in Frisco, Texas and played for one year at Wake Forest University, where he was named to the ACC's All-Freshman Team. He signed with FC Dallas on January 3, 2018 and began his professional career on loan to the USL's Tulsa Roughnecks that May.

In October 2018 Servania was tapped to join the U.S. Men's National Under-20 Soccer team for the 2018 CONCACAF U-20 Championship. His younger brother, Jaden, a member of the MLS' Houston Dynamo, played forward for the Puerto Rico team which lost to the US in round 1. Jaden joined the roster of the Birmingham Legion FC in 2020.


  • Goodman, Joseph (January 30, 2020) "Game changer: Alabama-grown soccer player breaks through for USMNT." The Birmingham News
  • "Brandon Servania". (February 3, 2020) Wikipedia - accessed February 3, 2020

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