Johann Carrasso (born 7 May 1988) is a French football player who currently plays as a goalkeeper for Reims. He is the younger brother of France international goalkeeper Cédric Carrasso.
Born in Avignon, Carrasso began his career at his hometown club Avignon Foot 84. During his last year at the club, he was selected to attend the Centre de Formation de Cavaillon, an exclusive sporting club for goalkeepers. During his time in Cavaillon, he trained and played with nearby club US Le Pontet.
In 2004, Carrasso joined Montpellier's under-16 team. Following his graduation from the academy, he was promoted to the first team for the Ligue 2 2007–08 season and designated as the 2nd keeper behind Geoffrey Jourdren. He made his debut in a Coupe de la Ligue match against Dijon. He made his league debut that season, as well, on 26 October in a 2–3 loss to Clermont Foot starting in place of the injured Jourdren. Following an extensive injury to Jourdren, he made three consecutive starts recording two shutouts against Niort and Guingamp and losing to Ajaccio 1–2. He made two more proficient starts that season.