Jonathan Rowe joined Norwich City's Under-18s for the 2019/20 season. He is a forward.
Rowe signed his first professional contract with Norwich on 13th January 2021 keeping him at Norwich until 2023. The attacker, who has operated as both a centre forward and a winger, has scored three goals in nine matches for the Canaries Under-18s side so far this season. The 17-year-old has also featured on four occasions for David Wright's U23s. Rowe has also played in City's EFL Trophy's ties against Newport County and MK Dons this season, coming off the bench in both fixtures.
Rowe said “The feeling is great, honestly. No words can really describe how glad I am to be signing a professional contract at this age. I’m grateful to all my family, the coaches, the staff, all the people in my life that have helped me on my journey. I’ve been here for about seven years, so it’s been quite a while. This is the first club I came to, all I wanted to do as a young kid was play football, so as soon as I got the opportunity at Norwich, I was more than willing to take it. I’ve come from grassroots football and playing in my area in Wembley, London and ended up here, so I can’t really complain!”