A versatile and athletic player who can line up as a central defender or defensive midfielder. Seymore was signed to WFC2 on July 9, 2015.
The Soham, England native was a four-year starter at Oregon State University. At OSU, Seymore started in all of his 73 appearances, tallying seven goals and four assists for the Beavers. As a senior, he was named to the All-Pac-12 Second Team and the All-Far West Region Second Team as he helped the Corvallis, Oregon-based side reach the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament in 2014.
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In between his college seasons, Seymore played three years with Portland Timbers U-23 in the USL Premier Development League (PDL), making 24 appearances from 2012 to 2014 and scoring one goal. As a member of the Timbers, Seymore played with Whitecaps FC striker Erik Hurtado, as well as WFC2 centre back Craig Nitti and goalkeeper Spencer Richey. In 2014, Seymore also laced up against Whitecaps FC midfielder Russell Teibert in the inaugural Chipotle MLS Homegrown Game as part of MLS All-Star Week.
In his youth, the English-American played four years for the Soham Town Rangers, winning the Cambridgeshire League Championship in 2009.
On the international level, the 6-foot centre back was invited to the England U-18 schoolboys trials.
Seymore was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado but spent much of his childhood in the United Kingdom.