Johnson was given bail at Bradford Crown Court by Judge Jonathan Rose last month, who warned him: 'You must understand that when you return here at the end of March you will receive a substantial prison sentence.'
Justifying giving him bail on March 2, the judge said: 'You can say goodbye to your daughter. A prison sentence will mean you will not see her for some time.'
The judge said his preliminary view was that the offences fall into the category of a five-year prison sentence with a possible range of four to 10 years.
Johnson was found not guilty of a third charge of sexual activity with a child, relating to the same girl.
The charges relate to an incident in Johnson's Range Rover when he met up with the girl in County Durham on January 30 last year.In a statement read by a police officer outside court, Johnson's teenage victim, who cannot be identified, said: 'I felt used and let down by him.'It's been the hardest year of my life and I've had to face so much abuse after he claimed his innocence.'
She added: 'There have been times when I've tried not to show people how upset I am, but sometimes it hasn't been possible and I'd just cry. I've felt so broken.'
The jury heard how Johnson, who played for England 12 times, began exchanging hundreds of messages with the girl on social media at New Year 2015.
He eventually agreed to meet her to sign football shirts but it was during a second meeting, after he inquired about a 'thank you kiss', that the sexual activity happened.