Sounders FC 2 today announced that it has agreed to contracts with defender Brandon John and midfielders Jordy Delem and Willy Kapawa. All three players are eligible to compete in Sunday's match against Oklahoma City Energy FC, with kickoff set for 7:00 p.m. PT at Starfire Stadium (7:00 p.m. PT / live-streamed on SoundersFC.com).
Per USL and club policy, terms of the agreements are not being disclosed.
"We are pleased to welcome Brandon, Jordy and Willy into our squad in the early part of our season," S2 Head Coach Ezra Hendrickson said. "Each player has shown well while on trial with us, so we're excited to continue their development and see what they can add to the squad."
John, 21, signs with S2 after most recently playing for FC Erzgebirge Aue's U-23 squad, which competes in the Oberliga, the fifth division of soccer in Germany. Born in Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, John has Canadian citizenship and made his first international appearance for Canada's U-20 side in January of 2015.
Delem, 23, joins S2 after most recently playing for Club Franciscain of Martinique's Championnat National League. Previously, Delem played for France's AC Arles-Avignon B squad. The versatile defensive midfielder has 29 caps and four goals for the Martinique National Team.
Kapawa, 23, comes to the Rave Green from Lion Blesse de Fotouni. The club plays in Cameroon's top domestic league, Elite One.