Edwin Miranda grew up in Los Angeles where he played, for four years, college soccer and was named the Big West Conference defender of the year, twice. He played college soccer for the Cal-State Northridge. This was the foundation that the soccer player based his career on. He began his professional career during the 2004 MLS SuperDraft, when he was drafted by Dallas Burn, in the sixth round, 54th overall. From there, Edwin Miranda transferred to a number of clubs through hard work and resilience. He worked his way through the Dallas Burn to the first team squad, after which he transferred, for the 2004 season, to Portland Timbers of the USL first division.
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After playing with the Portland Timbers for two seasons, Edwin Miranda transferred to Puerto Rico’s Islanders. After playing with his new team for a while, Edwin Miranda and the Islanders decided to mutually part ways in 2009 due to issues with the players’ fee. The team and the player could not come to a decision about the salary that the Miranda could get. After the mutual ending of the Puerto Rico’s contract, Mr. Miranda signed a knee year contract with Miami FC in 12th April, the same year. With the new USL First Division contract, Miranda played 25 games and was released from it at the end of the season. He later joined the Hollywood United Hitmen in 2010 and played 16 games with them before going back to Islanders for the Tropa Naranja, where the team won the championship for the USSF D-2 pro league.
Edwin Miranda joined the Los Angeles Blues in 2011 where he scored one goal for the teams in 18 games. After the USL pro season was over, the Los Angeles Blues released him. In the 2012 USL premier development league, Edwin Miranda played with the Los Angeles misioneros where he made his debut for the team.