Cam Duke

Cam Duke
Cam Duke
Cam Duke
Real Name: Cam Duke
HT: 5' 6" WT: 135
Homegrown Player
Age: 20 (02/13/2001)
Birthplace: Overland Park, Kansas
Hometown: Overland Park, Kansas

Sporting Kansas City signed Cam Duke as a Homegrown Player in July 2019. A native of Overland Park, Kansas, the versatile midfielder is the 11th Homegrown Player in club history. Duke entered the Sporting Kansas City Academy in 2012, rising from the U-12 to the U-19 ranks, and has represented United States youth national teams at the U-14, U-15, U-16 and U-18 levels.

2021: MLS Regular Season: Has not featured.

2020: MLS regular season: Started two of eight appearances (218 minutes played). Made his MLS regular season debut in a 2-1 road win over Minnesota United FC on Aug. 21. Made his first professional start in a 1-1 draw against FC Dallas on Sept. 2. MLS is Back Tournament: Made one substitute appearance (6 minutes played). Made his club debut in the quarterfinals against the Philadelphia Union on July 30. MLS Cup Playoffs: Did not feature.

2019: MLS regular season: Did not feature. Concacaf Champions League: Did not feature. Open Cup: Did not feature.


Before turning professional, Duke helped the Sporting KC Academy U-19s reach the quarterfinals of the 2019 U.S. Soccer Development Academy Playoffs. After the U-19s secured the No. 4 overall seed with a 16-4-3 regular-season record, Duke spearheaded a first-place finish in the group stage with a goal and an assist.

Duke wa one of the most heralded players of the 2019 high school class. He was the No. 1 prospect in the Heartland Region and the 20th-ranked player nationally at, having graduated from Blue Valley West High School in May 2019.

Duke’s 2016-17 and 2017-18 Development Academy campaigns both culminated with postseason honors. He earned Central Conference Best XI accolades in 2017 alongside current Sporting teammate Gianluca Busio, leading the Sporting KC U-16s to their first-ever appearance in the Development Academy quarterfinals. Last summer, Duke was named the 2018 Central Conference Player of the Year after pacing the U-17s to a playoff berth with four goals in 19 league matches and also featuring for the U-19s.


On the international stage, Duke competed at several training camps with the United States U-14s and U-15s before guiding the U.S. U-16 Boys’ National Team to a third-place finish at the Val-de-Marne Tournament in France in October 2016. The following February, Duke joined the same team for a training camp in Buenos Aires, Argentina, highlighted by three friendlies against local clubs.

Duke earned his first of several calls to the U.S. U-18 Men's National Team in November 2017 and competed at the inaugural Youth National Team Summit in January 2018. He featured for the U.S. U-18s in a pair of friendlies against the Costa Rica U-18s shortly after training with Sporting’s first team during the club’s 2018 preseason in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
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