Defender Scott Jamieson
- Height 177cm
- Weight 71kg
- D.O.B. 13/10/88
Upon making his return to Australia when he joined Melbourne City FC at the beginning of the 2017/18 season, following a stint with Swedish side IFK Goteborg, Scott Jamieson established himself as one of City's most consistent performers.
Named captain ahead of the 2018/19 season, the 30-year-old demonstrated his leadership both on and off the park.
Prior to his move overseas, the Australian forged a reputation as one of the A-League’s best fullbacks, with the experienced defender making 182 Hyundai A-League appearances for Adelaide United, Sydney FC, Perth Glory and Western Sydney Wanderers. Since returning to the A-League, Jamieson has continued where he left off, making 54 appearances across his first two seasons in City blue.
The speedy left-back will be looking to continue flourishing in his fullback position as he enters his third season at the Club.
Key Battle: Jamieson v Brindell-South
Melbourne City FC Captain Scott Jamieson is enjoying his best A-League season in recent memory and has been a big reason for the current form of the squad. It was a rocky start to the season for the Club's left-back, with a sending off in Round 2 against Adelaide seeing him su
Jamieson: It definitely hurt
Melbourne City skipper Scott Jamieson said his side were 'ultimately disappointed' with the result of Sunday night's Elimination Final in what he felt was a team that could have gone all the way. City conceded late in extra time to knock them out of the 2019 A-League Finals Se
Melbourne City FC announces Scott Jamieson as Captain
Scott Jamieson has been announced as Melbourne City FC's Hyundai A-League team captain for the upcoming 2018-19 season. The announcement - made at City's BIG M Family Day earlier today ? comes following the Club's final pre-season friendly match against Western Sydney Wanderer
Jamieson: We had enough chances to win
Sixteen shots on goal and eight on target were the stats City full back Scott Jamieson felt should have equalled more goals on Sunday night but the defender believes his side should still take positives from the performance. Despite being dominant in the final third, the hosts