Cameron Lancaster

Cameron Lancaster
Cameron Lancaster
Cameron Lancaster
Real Name: Cameron Lancaster
HT: 6' 0" WT: 192
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Age: 27 (11/05/1992)
Birthplace: London, England
Hometown: London, England


Acquired on December 20, 2018 as the second MLS player for Nashville SC.


  • USL Championship league-record 25 goals in 2018
  • 2018 USL Championship Golden Boot Winner
  • 2018 USL Cup Champion
  • 2017 USL Cup Champion


Nashville SC (USL Championship)


  • Scored his first Nashville SC goal in his debut on opening night against Loudoun United FC
  • Scored a long-range match-winner on the road at Hartford Athletic on June 16

Louisville City FC (USL Championship)


  • Scored a league-record 25 goals in 2018 USL regular season, capturing the Golden Boot
  • Had two goals in four matches in U.S. Open Cup play
  • Scored one playoff goal en route to second-consecutive USL Cup title


  • Was second-leading scorer for team in league play with seven goals in 21 matches
  • Scored late winner in 2017 USL Cup Final to beat Swope Park Rangers


  • Played in 26 of Louisville’s regular season matches, one US Open Cup match and all three USL Cup playoff matches in 2016
  • Scored four regular season goals and added two assists


  • Signed with the USL expansion team on March 26, 2015
  • Made his debut on April 4, 2015 against Richmond Kickers
  • Tore his ACL in training, ending his season after just one appearance

Stevenage (League Two, England)


  • Joined the club after a successful trial
  • Made his debut in a 3-2 win over AFC Wimbledon on August 30, scoring his first professional goal in a 69-minute appearance
  • Left the club in December 2014 after making six appearances across all competitions and scoring one goal

Tottenham Hotspur (Premier League, England)


  • Played in six matches for Tottenham’s U21 side


  • Made his Tottenham debut as a substitute on January 31 against Wigan
  • His lone appearance came in relief of Emmanuel Adebayor. He appeared on the pitch alongside Gareth Bale and Luka Modric
  • Was on the bench for the club’s next match against Liverpool and for a Europa League match that season

Dagenham and Redbridge FC (League One, England)


  • Loaned to Dagenham and Redbridge for the end of the 2011 season after graduating from the Tottenham Academy
  • Made four appearances as a substitute, including his professional debut on March 26, 2011


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