2020 (Philadelphia): Aaronson has made two appearance (2 start) for the Union at central attacking midfield, scoring one goal ... Netted his first goal of the season
in the 3-3 road draw against LAFC (March 8).
2019 (Philadelphia): Aaronson made 28 appearances (25 starts) for the Union, with 15 coming at central attacking midfield, seven at central midfield and six at left midfield ... has scored three goals and added two assists ... scored the opening goal in his MLS and Union debut
at Atlanta United FC (March 17) ... was called up by the U.S. U-23s for a training camp in Herriman, UT (June 9-16) ... recorded his first MLS assist on Fafa Picault's goal at Orlando (July 3) ... was named to the roster for the 2019 MLS Homegrown Game, at which he played 45 minutes in a 2 (3) - 2 (0) win (July 30) ... scored his first Union goal
at Talen Energy Stadium and added an assist in the 3-1 win over D.C. United (August 24) ... opened the scoring in the Union's 3-1 win over Atlanta (August 31) with his third goal of the season
... received another call-up by the U-23s ahead of a training camp in Chula Vista, CA (September 1-10); during the camp, started in a friendly vs. Japan (September 9), recording an assist ... earned his first senior National Team call up ahead of a pair of Concacaf Nations League matches vs. Cuba (October 11) and at Canada (October 15).
2018 (Philadelphia/Bethlehem): Aaronson turned professional, signing a Homegrown Player deal and becoming the Union's first-ever Homegrown born in New Jersey on September 17, 2018, with the contract effective in the 2019 season. For Bethlehem Steel FC, he made 16 regular-season appearances, with 13 appearances coming as an amateur before signing his Union deal, scoring one goal and adding five assists. He scored his first goal and added his first assist in the match vs. Atlanta United 2 (July 29), becoming the first-ever Union Academy player to make the USL Team of the Week. He notched an assist in his first match after turning pro, vs. TFC II (September 22), and added another at Indy Eleven (October 6). Additionally, he assisted on the game-winning goal in the win that clinched Steel FC's postseason berth, vs. Tampa Bay (October 14). He started Steel FC's postseason matches at Pittsburgh (October 20) and at Louisville (October 27).
2017 (Bethlehem): Aaronson made five regular-season appearances for Bethlehem as an amateur, making his debut for the club on July 15, 2017 vs. Pittsburgh. He also appeared in Steel FC's playoff match at Louisville (October 21).
Aaronson is a United States youth international. In 2019, he was called up by the U.S. U-23s for a training camp in Herriman, Utah (June 9-16). He received a second call-up at the U-23 level ahead of a camp, this time in Chula Vista, CA (September 1-10). During the camp, he started in a friendly vs. Japan (September 9), recording an assist ... received his first National Team call-up ahead of a pair of Concacaf Nations League matches vs. Cuba (October 11) and at Canada (October 15).
Previously, he had been called up by the U-19s as part of the inaugural Men’s YNT Summit Camp from January 2-11, 2018.
Aaronson joined the Union Juniors at the age of 10 and also starred for the Union Academy, last appearing 14 times for the U-19s in the 2017-18 season, scoring six goals. He previously played for NJ Real and Medford SC.
Philadelphia Union sign midfielder Brenden Aaronson as a Homegrown Player on September 17, 2018, with the signing beginning in the 2019 MLS season.
Name: Brenden Aaronson
Born: October 22, 2000 in Medford, NJ
Hometown: Medford, NJ
Citizenship: United States
Acquired: Philadelphia Union sign midfielder Brenden Aaronson as a Homegrown Player on September 17, 2018, with the signing beginning in the 2019 MLS season