|Full name||Jonahan Artiga Romero|
|Date of birth||March 17, 1988|
|Place of birth||Fairfax, Virginia, United States|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|2008–2009||Puerto Rico Islanders|
|2010||Joe Public FC|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14 August 2014.
Early life and career
Jonahan was born in Fairfax, Virginia to a Salvadoran father, Evelio Romero, and a Guamanian mother, Roxanna Artiga. Jonahan's father was a former professional footballer in his native El Salvador influenced him to pursue a football career. While growing up in Lorton, Virginia, he attended high school in Hayfield Secondary School where he became a wrestler and a footballer. He played two seasons for the University of Memphis, where he earned his Criminal Justice degree. He played 17 games for the Tigers coming off the bench.
Romero went on to play for Bayamon FC in Puerto Rico. After one year at Bayamon, he was later transferred to Puerto Rico Islanders. After one and a half years of playing his football for the Islanders, he then moved to his mother's native Guam, where he played for Cars Plus FC in 2009-2010 season. He was also listed in the lineup for the Guam national football team. He decided to play in Trinidad and Tobago, in which he got only a 6-month contract. He later move back to Cars Plus and continue the season. After the 2010-11 season, he was signed by Kaya FC in the United Football League. He played in the 2011 United Football Cup, in which the team finished 4th place.
In 2015 Romero signed with defending Mongolian Premier league champions Khoromkhon FC in order to play in an consistent and challenging league to prepare himself for the upcoming world cup qualifiers. He also became the first Guamanian footballer to play in Mongolia.
- Rovers FC
Romero is in a relationship with Ana Borja, whom in 2015 the couple had a baby boy.
- Jonah Romero at Kaya FC
- J.R Romero, Memphis Tigers
- Jonahas Romero:Historical evolution, footballzz.com
- "Matao's Romero to play professionally in Mongolia". Guam Football Association. 24 April 2015. Retrieved 27 May 2015.
- Rovers DI take Budweiser Soccer League championship
- Rovers DI capture Bank of Guam 7th Annual GFA Cup title