2018 (Philadelphia): Fontana has made one appearance (one start) at central attacking midfield, scoring one goal ... scored his first career goal in his MLS and club debut with the game-winning tally vs. New England (March 3).
2017 (Philadelphia/Bethlehem): Fontana officially signed with the Union on July 17, 2017, with his deal taking effect on January 1, 2018. Hee appeared for the Union First Team in the friendly against Swansea City (July 14), playing 14 minutes in a substitute's role. Additionally, Fontana made 11 appearances for Bethlehem Steel FC (seven starts).
2016 (Bethlehem): Prior to signing as a professional, Fontana made eight appearances for Steel FC in their inaugural 2016 campaign.
Fontana received his first call-up at the Under-20 level by the United States on December 29, 2017, joining the side for first ever U.S. Soccer Men’s YNT Summit Camp, running from Jan. 2-11 in Lakewood Ranch, Florida.
Previously, Fontana was called into United States Youth National Team camps with the U-18s, most recently at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California. He has appeared in friendlies for the U.S. U-18s.
A Union Academy graduate, he also previously played for Penn Fusion, West Chester, and Kirkwood SC in his youth.
Signed by Philadelphia Union as a Homegrown Player on July 17, 2017, with the signing effective January 1, 2018
Name: Anthony Fontana
Born: October 14, 1999 in Newark, DE
Hometown: Newark, DE
Citizenship: United States
Acquired: Signed by Philadelphia Union as a Homegrown Player on July 17, 2017, with the signing effective January 1, 2018
Growing up, Fontana's soccer role model was Pavel Nedved, who he describes as a hard worker and great with both feet. Fontana's favorite food is pasta. He's wanted to be a professional soccer player since he was six. His favorite vacation is going to Disney World with his family. He is a huge Breaking Bad fan and also likes listening to rap music in his spare time.