Justin Mapp is a retired American soccer player who played as a midfielder. Mapp has been described as being versatile and known for possessing "speed and creative abilities from out wide, but also his ability to drift inside and generate offense."
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About Justin Mapp
American forward who was named to the MLS Best XI in 2006 as a member of the Chicago Fire. After seven seasons with the Fire, he played for the Philadelphia Union for a season, then joined the Montreal Impact in 2012.
He played for the United States U17 team in 2001.
He was selected fourth overall in the 2002 MLS SuperDraft.
His cousin Wally played college soccer at Florida International University.
He played alongside midfielder Ben Olsen on DC United in 2002.
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- Soccer players from Mississippi
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- Montreal Impact players
- Philadelphia Union players
- CONCACAF Gold Cup-winning players
- Sporting Kansas City players
- Chicago Fire Soccer Club players
- D.C. United players
- Major League Soccer All-Stars
- Major League Soccer first round draft picks
- United States men's youth international soccer players
- United States men's under-20 international soccer players