Major League Soccer (MLS) is the premier professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. Established in 1993, the league is home to some of the world’s top players, teams, and coaches and has become a destination for both domestic and international talent.
With an ever-growing fan base, MLS continues to strive for excellence, rewarding players and coaches for their outstanding achievements with a range of awards at the conclusion of each season.
- Thierry Henry
- Gareth Bale
- David Beckham
- Gonzalo Higuaín
- Landon Donovan
- Walker Zimmerman
- Cristian Roldan
- Miles Robinson
- Jesus Ferreira
- Aaron Long
- Zlatan Ibrahimović
- Lorenzo Insigne
- Robbie Keane
- Blaise Matuidi
- Javier Hernández
- Carlos Vela
- Facundo Torres
- Sebastián Driussi
- Andre Blake
- Dániel Gazdag
- David Villa
- Victor Wanyama
- Carlos Valderrama
- Eduard Atuesta
- Jose Cifuentes
- Bradley Wright-Phillips
- Thiago Almada
- Carles Gil
- Gustavo Bou
- Sebastián Blanco
- Ryan Gauld
- Dwayne De Rosario
- Brandon Vazquez
- Valentín Castellanos
- Johnny Russell
- Luciano Acosta
- Josef Martínez
- Hany Mukhtar
- Raúl Ruidíaz
- Lucas Zelarayán
- Emanuel Reynoso
- Maximiliano Moralez
- Xherdan Shaqiri
- Alejandro Pozuelo
- Diego Valeri
- Nicolás Lodeiro
- João Paulo
- Chris Wondolowski
- Marco Etcheverry
- Đorđe Mihailović
- Sebastian Giovinco
1. Thierry Henry
France national football team
- 1997 France U20
- 1997–2010 France
- 2016–2018 Belgium (assistant)
- 2018–2019 Monaco
- 2019–2021 Montreal Impact
- 2021– Belgium (assistant)
Thierry Henry is a former professional football player who played as a striker. He began his career with CO Les Ulis in France before moving to US Palaiseau and then Monaco.
In 1994, he made the move to England to play for Monaco, where he won two Ligue 1 titles and an Intercontinental Cup.
He subsequently transferred to Arsenal, where he enjoyed great success between 1998 and 2002 winning three Premier League titles and two FA Cups.
After leaving Arsenal, Henry spent one season with New York Red Bulls before retiring from playing at the age of 36 due to injury sustained while playing for Barcelona in the 2010–11 UEFA Champions League campaign.
Henry later became an assistant coach at the Belgian side Anderlechtbefore being appointed Belgium's head coach in November 2017. Known as "The Frenchman", Thierry Henry is one of the greatest strikers and players in French football history.
He played for Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal and Barcelona before moving to New York Red Bulls in 2010. In 1997, at just 20 years old, he made his international debut for France and went on to score 53 goals for his country over a 10-year period.
After retiring from playing in 2014, Henry became manager of Belgium's assistant team but was sacked after less than two months in the role. He has since returned to coaching full time with Monaco.
Henry is married to former model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and they have three children together - Zoë (born 1999), Sabrina (2001) and Teddie (2003).
Outside of football, he is known as a fashion icon thanks to his popular clothing lines including Nike Golfwear and Adidas Predator range of sneakers.
Also Played For: new york red bulls, arsenal f.c
2. Gareth Bale
- 1999–2006: Southampton
- 2006–2007: Southampton
- 2007–2013: Tottenham Hotspur
- 2013–2022: Real Madrid
- 2020–2021: Tottenham Hotspur (loan)
- 2022–2023: Los Angeles FC
- 2005–2006: Wales U17
- 2006: Wales U19
- 2006–2008: Wales U21
- 2006–2022: Wales
Gareth Bale is a Welsh international footballer who currently plays for Los Angeles FC in the United States. Gareth Bale was born on July 16, 1989, in Cardiff, Wales.
At just under 6 feet tall and weighing 131 pounds, he quickly established himself as one of the most talented young footballers in Europe and won numerous honors with clubs such as Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur.
Real Madrid, and Liverpool before joining Spanish giants Real Madrid for a world record fee of £85 million.
In 2012, Bale played for England at the UEFA European Championship where they reached the final but were beaten by Spain. He has also represented Wales at various levels including Under-21s, and the full national team.
Olympic Games World Cup qualifiers, and Euro 2016. Gareth Bale signed for American club Los Angeles FC ahead of their inaugural season in 2018 after completing an impressive season that saw him win both La Liga and Champions League with Real Madrid.
Also Played For: real madrid, la liga
3. David Beckham
- 1987–1991 : Tottenham Hotspur
- 1989–1991 : Brimsdown Rovers (loan)
- 1991–1994 : Manchester United
- 1992–2003 : Manchester United
- 1995 : Preston North End (loan)
- 2003–2007 : Real Madrid
- 2007–2012 : LA Galaxy
- 2009 : AC Milan (loan)
- 2010 : AC Milan (loan)
- 1992–1993 : England U18
- 1994–1996 : England U21
- 1996–2009 : England
David Beckham is a former English footballer and businessman who has represented Manchester United, Real Madrid, LA Galaxy, Paris Saint-Germain and the England national team.
Beckham became an ambassador for UNICEF in 2007 after he met a child affected by malaria while on holiday in Africa.
He also founded his own foundation called Malaria No More which aims to eradicate the disease from endemic areas worldwide.
In 2003, Beckham was named PFA Players' Player of the Year after leading Manchester United to their first league title in 26 years.
The following year he joined Spanish side Real Madrid where he won two La Liga titles and helped them reach the 2006 Champions League final; they lost against Barcelona however.
After leaving Real Madrid in 2009, Beckham signed for MLS side LA Galaxy where he played until 2014 when he retired from professional football at age 38 due to injury sustained during a match with Seattle Sounders FC (now known as Seattle Sounders FC 2).
Beckham has been married three times: to Victoria Adams (1999–2007), but split up shortly before their son Brooklyn's birth; to Spice Girl Melanie Chisholm (2008–2011); and finally to American socialite Rebecca Loos since 2012.
Also Played For: united states mls, manchester united f.c
4. Gonzalo Higuaín
- 1997–2005: River Plate
- 2005–2007: River Plate
- 2007–2013: Real Madrid
- 2013–2016: Napoli
- 2016–2020: Juventus
- 2018–2019: AC Milan (loan)
- 2019: Chelsea (loan)
- 2020–2022: Inter Miami
- 2008: Argentina U23
- 2009–2018: Argentina
Higuaín is a world-renowned striker, who has spent his entire career at Juventus. He was born in Brest, France, in 1987 and started playing football for the local side Palermo when he was just six years old.
Higuaín joined River Plate from Palermo in 2005 and scored 35 goals in 107 appearances for the Buenos Aires club before signing for Real Madrid the following year. Higuaín helped Napoli to win Serie A titles in 2013 and 2016 before joining Juventus on a free transfer in January of 2020.
At Juve he has been prolific, scoring 105 goals over 48 appearances so far. Higuaín made his international debut for Argentina aged 19 and went on to score 34 goals in 89 appearances for his country.
including an appearance at the 2014 World Cup where they were runners-up to Germany. In 2018Higuain won Puskás Award as Europe's best player of the 2017–18 season.
He is married to actress Malena Sáenz and they have two children together - Matías (born May 2019) and Miguel (born December 2021).
Gonzalo Higuaín was one of 10 players nominated for The Best FIFA Men’s Player award which was eventually won by Cristiano Ronaldo.
Also Played For: club atlético river plate, argentina national football team
5. Landon Donovan
United States men's national soccer team
- 1999: IMG Academy
- 1999–2000: Bayer Leverkusen II
- 2000–2005: Bayer Leverkusen
- 2001–2004: San Jose Earthquakes (loan)
- 2005–2014: LA Galaxy
- 2009: Bayern Munich (loan)
- 2010: Everton (loan)
- 2012: Everton (loan)
- 2016: LA Galaxy
- 2018: León
- 2019: San Diego Sockers (indoor)
- 1998–1999: United States U17
- 2001: United States U20
- 2000–2004: United States U23
- 2000–2014: United States
- 2019: United States (arena)
- 2020–2022: San Diego Loyal
Landon Donovan is a former American professional soccer player who played for LA Galaxy and Bayern Munich. He was born in Ontario, California on March 4th 1982.
Donovan started his career with Bayer Leverkusen II before joining San Jose Earthquakes on loan in 2001. After leaving San Jose Earthquakes, Landon signed for LA Galaxy where he made 247 appearances over the course of 11 seasons.
In 2009, he joined Bundesliga side Bayern Munich on loan and helped them win the Champions League that season.
He returned to Everton in 2012 after two years at Bayern Munich and retired from playing professionally at the end of 2014 Landon Donovan is a retired American soccer player who represented his country in 157 appearances.
He first came to prominence as a member of the United States U23 team, where he helped them win the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup and 2002 FIFA World Cup qualifying tournaments.
Donovan later spent time with Spanish club Valencia before joining Major League Soccer's LA Galaxy in 2006. With LA Galaxy, Donovan won two MLS Cups (2008, 2011) and was also named league MVP twice (2007, 2010).
After leaving LA Galaxy at the end of the 2014 season, Donovan signed with English club Everton but only made one appearance for them before retiring from professional football aged 36 years old in 2016.
Since retiring from playing professionally, Landon has been involved in coaching both at youth level and abroad with AC Milan and Liga MX side León respectively.
Also Played For: united states best soccer players, san jose earthquakes
6. Walker Zimmerman
- 2011–2012: Furman Paladins
- 2013–2017: FC Dallas
- 2018–2019: Los Angeles FC
- 2020: Nashville SC
- 2010–2011: United States U18
- 2011–2013: United States U20
- 2015–2016: United States U23
- 2017: United States
- 2019: UCLA Bruins (assistant)
Walker Zimmerman was born on May 19, 1993 in Lawrenceville, Georgia and he is 29 years old. Walker Zimmerman played college soccer at Furman Paladins where he made 39 appearances and scored 11 goals during his two-year career.
Walker Zimmerman signed with Nashville SC ahead of the 2019 season and has been a regular starter for them this year. Walker Zimmerman has represented the United States at both the U17 and U20 levels before making his senior international debut in 2018.
Walker Zimmerman is considered to be one of the best center backs in North American football and will continue to develop as a player over the coming years Walker Zimmerman started his career with Dallas FC before moving to Los Angeles FC in 2018.
He has made 37 appearances for the United States since 2017, scoring three goals. Walker Zimmerman is currently assistant manager at UCLA Bruins.
7. Cristian Roldan
United States men's national soccer team
- 2013–2014: Washington Huskies
- 2013–2014: Washington Crossfire
- 2015: Seattle Sounders FC 2
- 2015: Seattle Sounders FC
- 2015: United States U20
- 2017: United States
Cristian Roldan is a midfielder currently playing for Seattle Sounders FC. Cristian Roldan was born in California and began his collegiate career at Washington Huskies.
In 2013, he was drafted by Seattle Sounders FC in the second round of the MLS SuperDraft and made an immediate impact with the club, appearing in 41 games over two seasons before declaring for senior international duty with United States Men's National Team in 2016 under Jurgen Klinsmann.
Since then, Roldan has continued to be a regular starter for Seattle and helped guide them to their first-ever MLS Cup title in 2017 while also earning silverware at both CONCACAF Champions League (2016) and US Open Cup (2017).
With 26 caps to his name, Cristian Roldan is one of America's most highly-rated midfielders and looks set to continue contributing performances for Seattle into 2019 as they aim towards another championship run.
Also Played For: seattle sounders fc
8. Miles Robinson
Atlanta United FC
- 2010–2014: FC Boston Bolts
- 2015–2016: Syracuse Orange
- 2016: FC Boston
- 2017: Atlanta United
- 2017: Charleston Battery (loan)
- 2018: Atlanta United 2 (loan)
- 2016: United States U20
- 2019: United States U23
- 2019: United States
Miles Robinson is an American center-back who currently plays for Atlanta United. Miles was born in Arlington, Massachusetts and attended Boston Latin School before playing college soccer at Syracuse Orange.
After impressing with FCB, Robinson was picked up by Atlanta United in 2016 and has since made over 40 appearances for the club's first team, as well as appearing regularly for their U23 side.
With his impressive performances both domestically and internationally, Miles looks primed to be a major player in American soccer for years to come.
Outside of football, Miles enjoys spending time with friends and family; he is known to be very polite off the pitch.
Miles Robinson was born in Greensboro, North Carolina on May 3rd, 1997. He started his career with the Charlotte Eagles before joining FC Boston in 2016. After impressing during his time at FC Boston, he joined Atlanta United 2 on loan for the 2018 season.
Robinson has been a mainstay for the U23s and is currently the third-highest capped player for the US Men's National Team behind John Brooks and Omar Gonzalez.
With 21 appearances to his name so far this year (including three at the CONCACAF Gold Cup), Miles Robinson looks set to continue making an impact both domestically and internationally going into next year.
Also Played For: concacaf
9. Jesus Ferreira
- 2009–2016: FC Dallas
- 2017: FC Dallas
- 2018: Tulsa Roughnecks (loan)
- 2021: United States U23
- 2020: United States
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of October 9, 2022, ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of December 3, 2022
Jesús Ferreira is a forward for FC Dallas. He was born in Santa Marta, Colombia on December 24th, 2000 and has been playing football since he was just a young kid.
Jesús Ferreira made his professional debut with Colombian side Independiente Medellin as an 18-year-old in 2016. He then moved to MLS side FC Dallas the following year and has become a key player for them over the past two seasons.
Jesús Ferreira is known for his speed and ability to score goals both from close range and further out on the pitch. He has already scored 11 times in 103 appearances for FC Dallas which shows that he is definitely one of the most talented players at their club currently.
Jesús Ferreira will be representing Colombia at this summer's World Cup where they are hoping to qualify from Group A alongside Russia, Uruguay and Sweden.
10. Aaron Long
New York Red Bulls
- 2010–2013: UC Riverside Highlanders
- 2012–2013: FC Tucson
- 2014: Portland Timbers
- 2014: Sacramento Republic (loan)
- 2014: Orange County Blues (loan)
- 2014: Seattle Sounders FC
- 2015: Seattle Sounders FC 2
- 2016: New York Red Bulls II
- 2016: New York Red Bulls (loan)
- 2017–2022: New York Red Bulls
- 2023: Los Angeles FC
- 2018: United States
Aaron Long is a 30-year-old center back who currently plays for LAFC. Aaron Long played college football at UC Riverside and was part of the Highlanders' 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship team.
After playing three seasons with FC Tucson, Long moved to Portland Timbers in 2014 but did not make an appearance for them. He then signed with LAFC ahead of their inaugural season in 2017.
In 2018, Long helped Los Angeles win the MLS Cup title and he has since been a mainstay in their defense during their successful campaign in 2019.
With over 70 appearances between 2010-2013, including 13 games during his senior year at UC Riverside, Aaron Long boasts plenty of experience as a defender both nationally and internationally for the United States.
Youth teams up to U20 level before making his debut for senior side on February 17th against Guatemala City (1 goal).
Despite being relatively unknown outside of Southern California until recently due to LAFC’s inconsistent performances throughout most parts of Major League Soccer prior to this season (9th).
There is no doubt that AaronLong possesses all the necessary qualities required from any top-quality Center Back – leadership abilities especially when called upon. Good positional sense which allows him to stay compact & organized defensively.
While also maintaining awareness higher up the pitch; excellent ball control both offensively & defensively which results in clearances or interceptions gained forward allowing teammates more space/time on the ball etc.
Strong aerial ability providing support going forward or defending set pieces resulting into goals scored by opposition defenders etc.
11. Zlatan Ibrahimović
- 1989–1991: Malmö BI
- 1991–1995: FBK Balkan
- 1995–1999: Malmö FF
- 1999–2001: Malmö FF
- 2001–2004: Ajax
- 2004–2006: Juventus
- 2006–2009: Inter Milan
- 2009–2011: Barcelona
- 2010–2011: AC Milan (loan)
- 2011–2012: AC Milan
- 2012–2016: Paris Saint-Germain
- 2016–2018: Manchester United
- 2018–2019: LA Galaxy
- 2020: AC Milan
- 1999: Sweden U18
- 2001: Sweden U21
- 2001: Sweden
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 16:44, 24 May 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 21
Zlatan Ibrahimović is an award-winning striker who currently plays for AC Milan. He was born in Sweden and started his career with Malmö BI before transferring to FBK Balkan in 1995.
In 1999, he moved to Malmo FF where he enjoyed great success scoring over 150 goals in 200 appearances.
Zlatan Ibrahimović joined AC Milan in 2009 and has since helped the club win several trophies including two Serie A titles and a Champions League trophy in 2016/17 season Ibrahimović is a superstar and one of the best players in the world.
He has won countless awards, including five Ballon d'Or trophies, three Premier League titles, two La Liga crowns, and one Champions League title.
Ibrahimović began his career at Malmö FF before moving to Ajax in 2001. In 2004 he joined Juventus where he quickly became a key player on their championship-winning team.
After leaving Italy, Ibrahimović signed for Barcelona where he helped lead them to multiple cups and league championships before transferring to AC Milan in 2011.
There was some speculation that Ibrahimović would leave Milan after failing to agree on terms on a new contract but instead, he re-joined PSG for an additional two seasons in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
As of 2019, Ibrahimovic is currently playing for LA Galaxy where he continues to be one of the most dominant players in MLS history.
With over 100 international caps under his belt as well as goals scored throughout Europe's major leagues, it is safe to say that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will go down as one of football's all-time greats.
Also Played For: swedish football league, sweden
12. Lorenzo Insigne
- 2006: Olimpia Sant'Arpino
- 2006–2010: Napoli
- 2010–2022: Napoli
- 2010: Cavese (loan)
- 2010–2011: Foggia (loan)
- 2011–2012: Pescara (loan)
- 2022: Toronto FC
- 2010–2011: Italy U20
- 2011–2013: Italy U21
- 2012: Italy
Lorenzo Insigne is a talented Italian winger who has been playing for Toronto FC since the 2010 season. Lorenzo Insigne began his career with Olimpia Sant'Arpino in 2006 and then spent four years at Napoli.
Insigne joined Cavese on loan in 2010, where he scored 10 goals in 33 appearances before returning to Napoli that year.
He made his Serie A debut for Napoli against AC Milan on 21 August 2010 and went on to make 337 appearances for the club over six seasons, scoring 96 goals along the way.
After leaving Naples, Insigne signed with Toronto FC as a free agent in July of 2020 and has played 28 matches so far this season (20 starts).
With Juventus reportedly interested in signing him during the summer transfer window, it's clear that Lorenzo Insigne is one of Europe's top wingers.
Also Played For: toronto fc, serie a
13. Robbie Keane
- 1986–1990: Fettercairn YFC
- 1990–1996: Crumlin United
- 1996–1997: Wolverhampton Wanderers
- 1997–1999: Wolverhampton Wanderers
- 1999–2000: Coventry City
- 2000–2001: Inter Milan
- 2001: Leeds United (loan)
- 2001–2002: Leeds United
- 2002–2008: Tottenham Hotspur
- 2008–2009: Liverpool
- 2009–2011: Tottenham Hotspur
- 2010: Celtic (loan)
- 2011: West Ham United (loan)
- 2011–2016: LA Galaxy
- 2012: Aston Villa (loan)
- 2017–2018: ATK
- 1998–2016: Republic of Ireland
- 2018: ATK (player-manager)
- 2018–2020: Republic of Ireland (assistant)
- 2019–2020: Middlesbrough (assistant)
Robbie Keane is an Irish international striker who played for Leeds United and Coventry City in his career. He was born on July 8, 1980 in Tallaght, Dublin and started playing football at a young age with Fettercairn YFC before moving to Crumlin United.
In 1997, he joined Wolverhampton Wanderers where he made 73 appearances over two seasons before joining Inter Milan on loan the following year.
After only 18 appearances for Leeds United during the 2001–2002 season, Keane moved to Coventry City where he scored 28 goals in 38 matches over two seasons before signing for LA Galaxy in 2007.
Keane has won four Premier League titles (with Manchester United , Chelsea , Tottenham Hotspur , and LA Galaxy ) as well as three FA Cups (with Chelsea .
Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur), one UEFA Champions League title (with Bayern Munich), five EFL Cup trophies (with Portsmouth,
Birmingham City,,, ), an Olympic gold medal with Ireland, and a World Cup bronze medal with Republic of Ireland..
He retired from professional football after helping LA Galaxy win their fourth MLS cup title in 2018 and will now take up coaching duties within the club.
Also Played For: wolverhampton wanderers f.c, republic of ireland football team
14. Blaise Matuidi
- 1993–1998: US Fontenay-sous-Bois
- 1998–2001: CO Vincennes
- 2000–2003: INF Clairefontaine
- 2001–2004: Créteil
- 2004–2005: Troyes
- 2004–2007: Troyes
- 2007–2011: Saint-Étienne
- 2011–2017: Paris Saint-Germain
- 2017–2020: Juventus
- 2020–2021: Inter Miami
- 2006–2007: France U19
- 2006–2009: France U21
- 2010–2019: France
Matuidi is a midfielder for Paris Saint-Germain and has played for them since 2007. He started his career at US Fontenay-sous-Bois before moving to CO Vincennes, INF Clairefontaine and then Troyes.
Matuidi made his breakthrough with Saint-Étienne in 2004 where he helped the club win promotion to Ligue.
After three seasons with Saint-Étienne, Matuidi moved on to join PSG in 2007 and has since become an important part of their squad winning French cups in 2011 and 2012 as well as the Champions League in the 2014–15 season.
Blaise Matuidi is a French midfielder who currently plays for Paris Saint-Germain. He has represented France at the international level, winning the World Cup in 2018 and UEFA European Championship in 2016.
Outside of football, Blaise Matuidi is an ambassador for UNICEF and helps to promote awareness of child rights issues. In addition to his club career, he also played for Juventus between 2017-2020 before joining Inter Miami on a two-year deal in 2020-21.
Blessed with great passing ability and a strong work rate off the ball, Matuidi will be key player as PSG mount another assault on La Liga champions Barcelona this season.
Also Played For: as saint-Étienne, psg
15. Javier Hernández
- 1997–2006: Guadalajara
- 2006–2010: Guadalajara
- 2010–2015: Manchester United
- 2014–2015: Real Madrid (loan)
- 2015–2017: Bayer Leverkusen
- 2017–2019: West Ham United
- 2019–2020: Sevilla
- 2020: LA Galaxy
- 2007: Mexico U20
- 2009–2019: Mexico
Javier Hernández is a Mexican international striker who currently plays for LA Galaxy. He began his career with Guadalajara before moving to Manchester United in 2010.
After two seasons at Old Trafford, he joined Bayer Leverkusen on loan in 2015 where he made 54 appearances and scored 28 goals. In 2017, he moved to Real Madrid on a permanent basis and has since helped the club win three La Liga titles and the Copa del Rey trophy.
Hernandez was named runner-up for the 2018 Ballon d'Or award after scoring 43 goals in all competitions for Los Blancos that season.
Javier Hernandez, commonly known as Chicharito or "The Hernán" is a Mexican professional footballer who plays for Premier League club West Ham United and the Mexico national team.
A striker by trade, Chicharito has spent most of his career in Europe playing for Spanish side Real Madrid, English side Manchester United and French side Lille.
He made his international debut in 2007 and has gone on to score 55 goals for Mexico over 109 appearances, making him their all-time leading scorer.
In May 2019 he announced that he would be retiring from international football after the 2020 World Cup finals due to injury concerns arising from a succession of concussions sustained throughout his career.
Outside of football, Javier Hernandez is also an entrepreneur with interests in music production and marketing; he founded the clothing brand The Hernán Collection with brother Raúl in 2018.
Also Played For: la galaxy, mexico national football team
16. Carlos Vela
- 2002–2005: Guadalajara
- 2005–2006: Arsenal
- 2005–2012: Arsenal
- 2005–2006: Celta Vigo (loan)
- 2006–2007: Salamanca (loan)
- 2007–2008: Osasuna (loan)
- 2010–2011: West Bromwich Albion (loan)
- 2011–2012: Real Sociedad (loan)
- 2012–2018: Real Sociedad
- 2018: Los Angeles FC
- 2005: Mexico U17
- 2007: Mexico U20
- 2007–2018: Mexico
Carlos Vela is a Mexican international forward who currently plays for LAFC in the United States. Carlos Vela began his career with Guadalajara before moving to Arsenal in 2005.
He made 29 appearances for Arsenal over three seasons. In 2006, Carlos Vela moved to Celta Vigo on loan, where he scored no goals but did provide two assists in 18 appearances.
Following his time at Celta Velo, Carlos signed with Los Angeles FC and has since helped them reach the playoffs twice (in 2018 and 2019).
Carlos Alberto Vela Garrido was born on 1 March 1989 in Cancún, Mexico. He started playing football at a young age with local side Atlético Balompié before joining Guadalajara's youth setup in 2002.
After making just one appearance for Guadalajara's first team – coming off the bench against Pumas UNAM – Carlos joined English club Arsenal as an apprentice in 2005.
Spending three years with the Gunners' academy, he had limited opportunities to make any real impact during his time there; however, he did score once from open play whilst on loan at Spanish side Celta de Vigo during the 2006–07 season.
On 31 January 2007, it was announced that both parties had reached an agreement whereby Arsène Wenger would sell Carlos to Liga MX side Club América, which took place six days later after passing a medical examination.
At América , Carlo continued developing into one of Mexico 's most coveted forwards; appearing 72 times across all competitions between 2007 and 2013 inclusive, scoring 34 goals including 14 Copa México winners medals.
Elping América win back-to-back Liguilla titles (the promotion playoff) following promotion from Ascenso MX via their second consecutive Apertura title victory - becoming only the third team ever after Toluca and Monterrey (both Liga MX sides).
Achieve this feat by winning successive championships without losing a single game throughout both tournaments played respectively - while also lifting silverware such as.
Concacaf Champions League (2009), Copa Libertadores Third Place Play-Off(2010), Torneo Clausura 2009 Final Runner.
17. Facundo Torres
- 2010–2020: Peñarol
- 2020–2022: Peñarol
- 2022: Orlando City
- 2014–2015: Uruguay U15
- 2016–2017: Uruguay U17
- 2018: Uruguay U20
- 2021: Uruguay
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:00, 9 October 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 16 November 2021
Facundo Torres was born on April 13, 2000 in Montevideo, Uruguay. He is 1.75 meters tall and plays as a winger for Orlando City SC in the United States of America (USA).
Facundo made his professional debut with Uruguayan side Danubio FC in 2016 and also played for Racing Club de Montevideo before moving to MLS this year.
Torres has represented Uruguay at youth international level and won two Under-17 South American Championships (in 2016 and 2017) as well as a U20 World Cup medal in 2018.
Which he helped take home from Korea Republic after they defeated Mexico 4–1 in the final – becoming only the second ever Latin American team to do so.
In September 2019, it was announced that Torres had been called up by new national team head coach Óscar Tabárez for friendlies against Chile and Paraguay, making his full international debut on October 12th versus Chile.
Also Played For: orlando city sc, uruguay national football team
18. Sebastián Driussi
- 2007–2013: River Plate
- 2013–2017: River Plate
- 2017–2021: Zenit Saint Petersburg
- 2021: Austin FC
- 2013–2014: Argentina U17
- 2015: Argentina U20
Sebastián Driussi is a 26-year old Argentine attacking midfielder who currently plays for Austin FC. Driussi started his career with River Plate before joining Zenit Saint Petersburg in 2017.
He has made 95 appearances for the Russian team, scoring 27 goals over that time period.
Driussi has also represented Argentina at youth level and played 51 times for them since 2021, making him their all-time leading scorer by some distance (61 goals).
In 2019, he was joint top scorer in the CONCACAF Champions League with six goals from eight matches including two decisive penalties against Guatemalan side CSD.
Municipal de Guatemala to knock them out of the tournament on away goals rule after a 2–2 aggregate draw in the semis and final stages respectively (the first penalty shootout ever held at an international semi-final stage).
Also Played For: austin fc
19. Andre Blake
- 2011–2013: Connecticut Huskies
- 2014: Philadelphia Union
- 2014: Jamaica
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:51, 9 October 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 03
Andre Blake is a goalkeeper who currently plays for the Philadelphia Union. Andre Blake was born in Jamaica in 1990 and started his youth career with Sporting Central Academy.
In 2009, Blake signed with English club Burnley FC where he remained until 2011 when he transferred to Spanish side Atlético Madrid.
In 2013, Blake moved back to England and joined Premier League club Chelsea where he made over 100 appearances before signing for MLS side Philadelphia Union in 2016.
Andre Blake has been capped by the Jamaican national team on several occasions including representing them at the 2010 World Cup and 2014 World Cup tournaments as well as at the 2015 Gold Cup tournament which they won runners-up medals at.
As of July 2019, AndreBlake holds the record for most clean sheets in an MLS season with 14.
Also Played For: philadelphia union
20. Dániel Gazdag
- 2004–2010: Nyíregyháza
- 2010–2014: Honvéd
- 2013–2016: Budapest Honvéd II
- 2013–2021: Budapest Honvéd
- 2021: Philadelphia Union
- 2012–2013: Hungary U17
- 2013–2014: Hungary U18
- 2015: Hungary U20
- 2017–2018: Hungary U21
- 2019: Hungary
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 31 October 2022, ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 26 September 2022 (UTC)
Dániel Gazdag was born on 2 March 1996 in Nyíregyháza, Hungary to parents Zoltán and Judit Gazdag. At the age of just 16, Dániel made his senior debut for Nyíregyháza in a 2010–11 Hungarian Cup match against Kecskeméti TE.
In October 2014, it was announced that Dániel had signed with Hungarian side Debrecen FC on a one-year deal following successful trials with the club.
On 13 February 2015, it was announced that Philadelphia Union had acquired Gazdag's services from Debrecen FC in exchange for $175,000.
Dániel has represented Hungary at various youth levels including at under-17 level where he helped his country win the 2013 UEFA European Under-17 Championship bronze medal.
In September 2018, he scored both goals as Hungary defeated Luxembourg 2–0 to earn their first ever victory over an EU nation at a major tournament.
Having made 28 appearances and scoring six times during his two seasons with Philadelphia Union (2018–19 & 2019), Gazdag is currently listed as team captain by manager Jim Curtin ahead of the 2020 season.
Also Played For: hungary national football team
21. David Villa
Spain national football team
- 1991–1999: Langreo
- 1999–2000: Sporting Gijón
- 2000–2001: Sporting Gijón B
- 2001–2003: Sporting Gijón
- 2003–2005: Real Zaragoza
- 2005–2010: Valencia
- 2010–2013: Barcelona
- 2013–2014: Atlético Madrid
- 2014–2018: New York City FC
- 2014: Melbourne City (loan)
- 2019–2020: Vissel Kobe
- 2001–2002: Asturias
- 2002–2003: Spain U21
- 2005–2017: Spain
David Villa is a Spanish international striker who has played for Valencia, Barcelona and Atlético Madrid. He was born in Langreo, Province of Asturias in 1981 and began his career at local club Sporting Gijón before moving to Real Zaragoza in 2000.
After helping Valencia win the La Liga title in 2006–07, he moved to Barcelona where he won two more league titles (2009–10 and 2011–12) as well as the Champions League twice (2007-08 and 2013-14).
In January 2014, Villa signed for Atlético Madrid on a free transfer after seven years with Barcelona.
Atletico Madrid reached the UEFA Europa League final that season but lost to Sevilla FC on penalties following a 0-0 draw in the final. David Villa represented Spain at Euro 2004, the 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012.
He also took part at both the 2005 Confederations Cup as well as UEFA European Championship 2008, scoring once against Greece during group stage play while representing Spain at both tournaments.
On 24 November 2017, aged 41, Villa announced his retirement from professional football due to injury; however he said that he would continue playing for Valencia's B team until 2020.David Villa Sánchez" 3 December 1981 Langreo, Asturias, Span Origin.
Langreo ClubJoined Sporting Gijón 1999 Left Zaragoza 2003 Signed by Real Zaragoza 2005 Joined Valenica 2006 Won La Liga 2007 Lost Champions League Final 2009.
Won Copa del Rey 2010 Played for Spain Euro 2004 2010 World Cup Finished 16th Group Stage WC 2012 Played 2 matches Portugal & 1 match Andorra 2016 Retired.
Also Played For: valencia cf, 2010 fifa world cup
22. Victor Wanyama
- 2006–2008: JMJ Youth Academy
- 2006: Nairobi City Stars
- 2006–2007: AFC Leopards
- 2007–2008: Helsingborg
- 2008–2011: Beerschot
- 2011–2013: Celtic
- 2013–2016: Southampton
- 2016–2020: Tottenham Hotspur
- 2020–: CF Montréal
- 2007–: Kenya
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 15 November 2020
Victor Wanyama is a Kenyan defensive midfielder who joined Tottenham Hotspur in 2017. He made his debut for Kenya in 2011 and has since played at the Africa Cup of Nations, World Cup, and Copa America tournaments.
Wanyama had a successful stint with Southampton before joining Spurs in 2017. In total, he has made over 280 appearances for clubs including JMJ Youth Academy (2006–2008), KF Korona Kielce, Celtic, Southampton, and Tottenham Hotspur.
As of November 2018, Wanyama was contracted to play for CF Montréal in Canada until 2021. Victor Wanyama is married to Astrid Rigozzi-Wanyama and they have two children together - Kiari and Victor Emmanuele.
Victor Wanyama is a Kenyan international footballer who plays as a midfielder for Tottenham Hotspur. Wanyama began his career with Beerschot in Belgium, before moving to Celtic in Scotland in 2011.
He joined Southampton for £12 million in 2013 and spent five seasons there before joining Tottenham Hotspur for £11 million in 2016. In 2020, he moved to Canada to join Montreal Impact of the MLS; this was his first ever move outside of Europe or Africa.
Wanyama has represented Kenya at senior level on several occasions, most notably at the 2006 World Cup and the 2007 Confederations Cup where they reached the semi-finals both times.
Also Played For: southampton f.c
23. Carlos Valderrama
- 1980–1984: Unión Magdalena
- 1984–1985: Millonarios
- 1985–1988: Deportivo Cali
- 1988–1991: Montpellier
- 1991–1992: Real Valladolid
- 1992–1993: Independiente Medellín
- 1993–1995: Atlético Junior
- 1995–1997: Tampa Bay Mutiny
- 1996–1997: Deportivo Cali (loan)
- 1997–1999: Miami Fusion
- 1999–2001: Tampa Bay Mutiny
- 2001–2002: Colorado Rapids
- 1985–1998: Colombia
- 2007: Atlético Junior (assistant manager)
Carlos Alberto Valderrama Palacio is a Colombian professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Liga MX side Club America. Carlos Valderrama began his career at Liceo Celedón, before moving to Unión Magdalena and then Millonarios in Colombia.
He played for Deportivo Cali between 1984-1988, Montpellier from France between 1988-1991 and Real Valladolid in Spain between 1991-1993.
In 1993 he moved to Independiente Medellín where he would stay until 1996, when he joined Manchester United on loan until the end of the season.
After returning to Colombia, he signed with Atlético Nacional and helped them win the 1998 Copa Libertadores title before joining Valencia CF in 1999 for £8 million (US$14 million).
At Valencia, Carlos was part of two LaLiga Santander titles (2000–01 and 2002–03), UEFA Champions League semi finals (2001/02) and runner up in the Spanish Cup twice consecutively (2002/03 & 2003/04).
He left Valencia after one year due to injury problems but rejoined them on a short term deal midway through 2006–07 season which led him retiring from playing football competitively at age 37 – though still holds an ambassadorial role within Valencia CF's youth academy.
Also Played For: copa america
24. Eduard Atuesta
- 2016–2018: Independiente Medellín
- 2018: Los Angeles FC (loan)
- 2019–2021: Los Angeles FC
- 2022: Palmeiras
- 2017: Colombia U20
- 2020: Colombia U23
- 2022: Colombia
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 09:15, 19 September 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 19 November 2022
Eduard Atuesta was born on 18 June 1997 in Vélez, Colombia. He is 25 years old and plays for Palmeiras as a midfielder. Eduard came through the youth ranks at Atlético Nacional before signing with Palmeiras in 2017.
His international career started with Colombia U20s where he made his debut in 2016 against Paraguay U20s.
In total, Eduard has made nine appearances for the Colombian senior side including one goal during the 2019 Copa America Centenario tournament which saw Colombia reach the semi-final stage before losing to Chile U22s on penalties after a 1-1 draw following extra time played over two days).
Eduard will be looking to help Palmeiras secure their first league title since 2014 when they take on Flamengo this season Eduard Atuesta is a Colombian footballer who plays for Los Angeles FC as a midfielder.
He made his professional debut with Independiente Medellín in 2016 and has since played for Los Angeles FC on loan, Palmeiras in Brazil, and Colombia. In total, Atuesta has made 71 appearances for Los Angeles FC and scored six goals.
Eduard Atuesta was born on 15 December 1996 in Bucaramanga, Antioquia, Colombia.
He began playing football at the age of five with local side Atlético Bucaramanga before joining the Argentine side River Plate aged ten where he spent two years training before returning to Colombia to play for Independiente Medellín's youth team.
After making his senior debut with Independiente Medellin in 2016, Eduard signed for MLS outfit LAFC on loan in February 2018 but left after one season to join Brazilian club Palmeiras the following year.
Also Played For: los angeles fc
25. Jose Cifuentes
- 2016–2019: Universidad Católica
- 2017–2019: América de Quito (loan)
- 2020: Los Angeles FC
- 2019: Ecuador U20
- 2019: Ecuador U23
- 2019: Ecuador
Cifuentes was born in Esmeraldas, Ecuador on March 12th 1999. He joined Universidad Católica aged just 16 and made his debut for the club in 2016. Cifuentes spent two seasons with Universidad Católica before joining América de Quito on loan in 2017.
Los Angeles FC signed Cifuentes as a Designated Player ahead of the 2019 season. Jose has represented Ecuador at youth levels, making his full international debut in 2018 against Chile Jose Cifuentes was born on July 2nd, 1997 in the city of Guayaquil in Ecuador.
Jose started playing football at a young age and quickly became one of the best players in his region.
In 2018, he signed with Los Angeles FC after impressing during their Academy trials. He made his professional debut for LAFC against Orlando City SC on March 17th, 2019 and impressed throughout the match, scoring an important goal in a 3-1 victory..
Jose is currently contracted to Los Angeles FC until 2021 and has already helped them reach the playoffs once this season.
26. Bradley Wright-Phillips
- 2001–2004: Manchester City
- 2004–2006: Manchester City
- 2006–2009: Southampton
- 2009–2011: Plymouth Argyle
- 2011–2013: Charlton Athletic
- 2013: Brentford (loan)
- 2013–2019: New York Red Bulls
- 2020: Los Angeles FC
- 2021: Columbus Crew
- 2022: New York Red Bulls
- 2005: England U20
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals
Bradley Wright-Phillips is a striker for the New York Red Bulls and has been in the professional game since 2001. He started out at Manchester City, before moving to Tottenham Hotspur and then Arsenal.
In 2013 he joined New York Red Bulls and helped them win two MLS Cups in his three years with the club.
Bradley Wright-Phillps was named Premier League Player of the Year in 2012–13 after scoring 34 goals in 36 appearances for Arsenal that season; this made him only the second Englishman to ever achieve this feat (after Alan Shearer).
On 15 July 2017, it was announced that Wright-Phillps had signed with LA Galaxy on a four year contract. Bradley is married to former Miss England 2009 Jesinta Campbell, they have one child together and live near London.
Bradley holds dual British/Dutch citizenship through his father who originally from Rotterdam denotes current team.
27. Thiago Almada
Atlanta United FC
- 2005–2006: Santa Clara
- 2006–2018: Vélez Sarsfield
- 2018–2022: Vélez Sarsfield
- 2022: Atlanta United
- 2019: Argentina U20
- 2021: Argentina U23
- 2022: Argentina
Thiago Almada is an attacking midfielder and winger for Atlanta United. He was born in Ciudadela, Argentina on April 26th 2001. Almada started his career with Santa Clara before moving to Vélez Sarsfield in 2018.
Almada has made 21 appearances for Atlanta United so far in the MLS season 2019 campaign. Thiago Almada is a very versatile player who can play as an attacking midfielder or winger; he possesses good pace and dribbling ability which makes him difficult to defend against.
His nickname "Thiaguinho" comes from his father's affectionate Portuguese name of Tiago (meaning 'little one').
In July 2019, Thiago Almada joined fellow Argentine club Lanús on loan until the end of the year. Senior Clubs: Santa Clara (2005-2006); Vélez Sarsfield (2006-2018).
Also Played For: argentine primera división, football manager 2020
28. Carles Gil
- 1998–2009: Valencia
- 2009–2012: Valencia B
- 2012–2015: Valencia
- 2012–2014: Elche (loan)
- 2015–2018: Aston Villa
- 2016–2018: Deportivo La Coruña (loan)
- 2018–2019: Deportivo La Coruña
- 2019: New England Revolution
- 2013: Spain U21
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:40, 9 October 2022 (UTC)
Carles Gil is a Spanish attacking midfielder who currently plays for the New England Revolution in the MLS. Gil was born in Valencia, Spain in 1992 and started his career at local side Valencia CF.
He made his senior debut with Valencia in 2011 and went on to score 18 goals in 107 appearances for the La Liga club. Gil signed for Aston Villa in the summer of 2015 and made an immediate impact, scoring 10 goals in 36 appearances in all competitions.
Gil was loaned to Spanish side Deportivo La Coruna in January 2017 and scored eight goals in 31 appearances.
Gil moved to the New England Revolution in July 2017 and has since made 26 appearances, scoring six goals. Gil has represented Spain at under-20, under-21, and under-23 levels and made one appearance for the senior side.
Gil is a regular for the Spanish national team and has made 36 appearances, scoring 10 goals. Gil is contracted to the New England Revolution until 2021.
Also Played For: new england revolution
29. Gustavo Bou
- 2008–2014: River Plate
- 2012–2013: → Olimpo (loan)
- 2013–2014: → LDU Quito (loan)
- 2014: → Gimnasia (loan)
- 2014–2017: Racing Club
- 2017–2019: Tijuana
- 2018: → Racing Club (loan)
- 2019–: New England Revolution
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:41, 9 October 2022 (UTC)a
Gustavo Bou is a forward for the New England Revolution in Major League Soccer. Bou was born in Concordia, Argentina in 1990. He began playing football at a young age and represented his country at the U16, U17, and U20 levels.
Bou made his professional debut with New England in 2011. Bou has since made over 100 appearances in MLS, scoring 20 goals. Bou was named to the MLS All-Star team in 2014 and 2016. Bou has been a regular for Argentina at both the senior and youth levels.
Gustavo Bou is a Argentine attacking midfielder who currently plays for the New England Revolution in Major League Soccer.
He has played for River Plate, LDU Quito, Racing Club, and Tijuana in his career. Bou made his professional debut with River Plate in 2008 and has since made over 75 appearances for the club, scoring 33 goals.
In 2013, he joined Olimpo on loan, scoring eight goals in 20 appearances. He moved to LDU Quito on loan in 2014 and scored four goals in 13 appearances. In 2017, he joined Racing Club and has since scored 33 goals in 75 appearances.
He joined Tijuana on loan in 2018 and has since scored 20 goals in 49 appearances. He was signed by the New England Revolution in 2019 and has made 37 appearances in 81 appearances.
30. Sebastián Blanco
- 2006–2011: Lanús
- 2011–2014: Metalist Kharkiv
- 2014–2015: West Bromwich Albion
- 2015: → San Lorenzo (loan)
- 2015–2017: San Lorenzo
- 2017–: Portland Timbers
- 2009–2010: Argentina
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 13:53, 22 October 2022 (UTC)
Sebastián Blanco is an attacking midfielder who is currently playing for the Portland Timbers. Blanco began his career with Argentine side River Plate. He joined English side Tottenham Hotspur in 2007 and made over 100 appearances for the club.
He joined Portland Timbers in 2018. Blanco has represented Argentina at international level. He has won two MLS Cups with the Portland Timbers.
Blanco is a Argentina international and has made over 50 appearances for the national team. He is a two-time MLS Cup winner with the Portland Timbers.
Sebastián Blanco is an attacking midfielder who is currently playing for the Portland Timbers. Sebastián Blanco is a professional footballer who plays as a defender for Argentine club San Lorenzo and the Portland Timbers in the United States.
Blanco made his professional debut with Lanús in 2006 and went on to make 128 appearances for the club over a ten-year period.
In 2011, Blanco transferred to Metalist Kharkiv and played 68 games for them before moving to West Bromwich Albion in England in 2014.
After a season with the Baggies, Blanco moved to San Lorenzo on a loan in 2015 and made 40 appearances for the club before signing for Portland Timbers in the United States in 2017. Blanco has represented Argentina at international level, appearing in 2 matches.
After making 159 appearances for Portland Timbers, Blanco joined San Lorenzo permanently in 2018. Blanco is known for his strong defending and is a regular starter for both Lanús and the Argentine national team.
Sebastián Blanco is a fast, strong and versatile defender who is known for his leadership on the pitch.
Also Played For: portland timbers
31. Ryan Gauld
- 2003–2006: Brechin City Boys Club
- 2006–2012: Dundee United
- 2012–2014: Dundee United
- 2014–2019: Sporting CP B
- 2014–2019: Sporting CP
- 2016–2017: Vitória de Setúbal (loan)
- 2017–2018: Aves (loan)
- 2018–2019: Farense (loan)
- 2019: Hibernian (loan)
- 2019–2021: Farense
- 2021: Vancouver Whitecaps FC
- 2012–2014: Scotland U19
- 2013–2016: Scotland U21
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 09:01, 10 October 2022 (UTC)
Ryan Gauld is a Scottish attacking midfielder who has played for Dundee United and Vancouver Whitecaps FC. He was born in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1995. Gauld played for Brechin City Boys Club before joining Dundee United in 2006.
Gauld made his first-team debut for Dundee United in the Scottish Premier League in November 2007. Gauld signed for Vancouver Whitecaps FC in July 2012.
Gauld has made over 100 appearances for Dundee United and Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
Gauld has represented Scotland at youth level. Gauld is a product of the Dundee United youth system. Gauld is a key player for Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
Ryan Gauld is an attacking midfielder who has played for Dundee United and Sporting CP in the Scottish Premiership.
Gauld has also played for Scotland's U19 and U21 teams. He joined Vancouver Whitecaps FC on loan in September 2019. Gauld has a good range of passing and is also known for his hard work in the midfield. Gauld is a Scotland national team player.
Also Played For: vancouver whitecaps fc, football manager 2014
32. Dwayne De Rosario
Canada men's national soccer team
- Scarborough Blizzard SC
- 1997: Toronto Lynx
- 1997–1999: FSV Zwickau
- 1999–2000: Richmond Kickers
- 2001–2005: San Jose Earthquakes
- 2006–2008: Houston Dynamo
- 2009–2011: Toronto FC
- 2011: New York Red Bulls
- 2011–2013: D.C. United
- 2014: Toronto FC
- 2018–2019: Mississauga MetroStars (indoor)
- 1996–1997: Canada U20
- 1999–2000: Canada U23
- 1998–2015: Canada
De Rosario is a Canadian international midfielder who has played for clubs in Germany, the United States, and Canada. He is best known for his time with San Jose Earthquakes, where he was a crucial part of the team's run to the MLS Cup in 2006.
De Rosario was born in Scarborough, Ontario, in 1978. He started his career with Scarborough Blizzard SC before moving to Germany to play for FSV Zwickau.
De Rosario spent three seasons with Richmond Kickers in the United States before joining San Jose Earthquakes in 2001.
He was part of the Earthquakes' MLS Cup-winning team in 2006. De Rosario has also represented Canada at international level, making his debut in 1997.
He has since made over 100 appearances for the national team. De Rosario retired from professional football in 2008, but has since returned to play for Houston Dynamo in the United Soccer League.
He is also a regular commentator for Fox Sports in North America. De Rosario is married to Brazilian model Alessandra Ambrosio and they have two children.
Also Played For: canadian soccer league
33. Brandon Vazquez
- 2013–2016: Tijuana
- 2016: Tijuana
- 2017–2019: Atlanta United
- 2018–2019: Atlanta United 2
- 2020: FC Cincinnati
- 2014–2015: United States U17
- 2016: United States U19
- 2016: United States U20
- 2023: United States
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of October 10, 2022, ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of January 28, 2023
Brandon Vázquez was born on October 14, 1998 in Chula Vista, California. Vázquez is a forward for FC Cincinnati. Vázquez has made several appearances for the United States U-17 and U-20 teams.
Vázquez has also represented the United States at the U-20 World Cup. Brandon Vázquez is a young and promising forward who is still developing. Brandon Vázquez is expected to continue developing as a player and make an impact for FC Cincinnati in the future.
Brandon Vazquez is a Venezuelan international who has represented his country at the U17, U19 and U20 levels.
Brandon started his career in his native Venezuela before moving to Tijuana in Mexico in 2013. Brandon made his debut for Tijuana in the 2013–14 Liga MX season, and went on to make over 100 appearances for the club.
Brandon moved to Atlanta United in 2017, and made 32 appearances in his first season with the club. Brandon joined Atlanta United 2 in 2018, and played 12 matches for the team.
Brandon joined FC Cincinnati in 2020, and has made 83 appearances in all competitions for the club. Brandon has also represented the United States at the U17, U19 and U20 levels.
Brandon is currently out of contract with FC Cincinnati, and has been linked with a move to Europe. Brandon is a versatile midfielder who is capable of playing in central or defensive midfield.
Also Played For: fc cincinnati
34. Valentín Castellanos
New York City FC
- 2017: Universidad de Chile
- 2017: Universidad de Chile
- 2017–2018: Torque (loan)
- 2018–2019: Torque
- 2018: New York City FC (loan)
- 2019: New York City FC
- 2022: Girona (loan)
- 2020: Argentina U23
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:57, 17 February 2023 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 10 February 2020
Valentín Castellanos is a 24-year-old Argentine forward who currently plays for Girona on loan from New York City FC. Castellanos made his professional debut with Villa Nueva in the Argentine Primera División in 2016.
He made his first appearance for New York City FC in a 2-1 victory over Orlando City SC in the MLS Cup in December 2017. Castellanos scored his first goal for New York City FC in a 4-1 victory over the Colorado Rapids in the MLS on 5 October 2018.
Castellanos has represented Argentina at youth level. Valentín Castellanos is 1.78 metres tall and is a forward. Girona are currently in the Spanish La Liga.
Castellanos is set to leave New York City FC at the end of the 2018 MLS season. Castellanos is a member of the Argentina national team.
Valentín Castellanos is a Chilean footballer who currently plays for New York City FC in the United States. Castellanos began his professional career in Chile with Universidad de Chile.
Castellanos has represented Chile at the youth level, and made his senior international debut in March of 2020.
Castellanos has been a regular starter for New York City FC, scoring 49 goals in 101 appearances. Castellanos is currently on loan with Girona in Spain.
35. Johnny Russell
- 2003–2007: Dundee United
- 2007–2013: Dundee United
- 2008: Forfar Athletic (loan)
- 2009: Forfar Athletic (loan)
- 2009–2010: Raith Rovers (loan)
- 2013–2018: Derby County
- 2018: Sporting Kansas City
- 2007–2009: Scotland U19
- 2010–2012: Scotland U21
- 2014–2019: Scotland
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 15 October 2022, ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 14 October 2019
Johnny Russell is a Scottish winger who currently plays for Sporting Kansas City. He began his career at Dundee United, and enjoyed considerable success in his time at the club, winning the Scottish Premier League title in 2009.
Russell then moved to Rangers, where he won the Scottish Cup in 2012 and 2013. He was sold to Sporting Kansas City in 2015. Russell has played at international level for Scotland, and has represented his country at the 2010 World Cup, the 2014 World Cup, and the 2018 World Cup.
He is a fast and skillful winger, who is known for his powerful striking ability. Johnny Russell is married to Scottish model Imogen Anthony, and the couple have two children.
Russell is a popular figure in the Sporting Kansas City community, and is often seen socializing with the team's fans.
36. Luciano Acosta
- 2007–2014: Boca Juniors
- 2014–2016: Boca Juniors
- 2015: Estudiantes (loan)
- 2016: D.C. United (loan)
- 2017–2019: D.C. United
- 2020–2021: Atlas
- 2021: FC Cincinnati
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 10 October 2022
Luciano Acosta is an attacking midfielder who plays for FC Cincinnati. Acosta was born in Argentina and played for River Plate before joining D.C. United in 2018.
Acosta has represented Argentina at U-17, U-20, and U-23 level. Acosta has made over 50 appearances for FC Cincinnati and scored six goals. Acosta is a fast, attacking midfielder who is known for his assists and passing.
Acosta is a versatile player who can play in any midfield position. Acosta is a hard-working player who is known for his high work rate. Acosta is a future captain of FC Cincinnati. Acosta is a talented player who has the potential to become a top-level midfielder.
Luciano Acosta is a versatile midfielder who has played for several clubs in his career. He started his career at Boca Juniors before moving to Estudiantes in a loan deal.
Acosta then joined D.C. United on a loan deal in 2016 and was a key player for the team. Acosta was signed by FC Cincinnati in January 2021 and has been a key player for the team.
Luciano Acosta is known for his ability to score goals. He has scored 21 goals in 95 appearances in club competition. Luciano Acosta is a versatile midfielder who can play in several positions.
He is known for his passing and his ability to create chances for his team mates. Luciano Acosta is a hard-working player who is always looking to put in a good performance.
He is a key member of both Boca Juniors and D.C. United and is looking to continue his good form with FC Cincinnati.
Also Played For: dc united
37. Josef Martínez
Atlanta United FC
- 2010: Caracas
- 2010–2012: Caracas
- 2012–2014: Young Boys
- 2013–2014: Thun (loan)
- 2014–2017: Torino
- 2017: Atlanta United (loan)
- 2017–2022: Atlanta United
- 2023: Inter Miami
- 2011–2013: Venezuela U20
- 2011: Venezuela
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 22:42, 9 October 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 18
Josef Martínez is a Venezuelan international striker who currently plays for Inter Miami. Martínez enjoyed a prolific youth career, leading Caracas to the U-17 and U-20 Copa America titles.
He made his professional debut in 2014 with Caracas, before signing for Atlanta United in 2018. Martínez has been a regular for Inter Miami since joining in 2019, scoring 18 goals in 55 appearances.
Martínez is a fast, powerful striker who is capable of scoring goals from long range. He is an eager and ambitious player who is looking to establish himself as one of the best goal scorers in the MLS.
Martínez is a popular figure with the Inter Miami fans, and his hard work and determination is often praised.
He is a natural leader on and off the pitch, and is always looking to help his team win. Martínez is a long-term target for top-level clubs, and he is expected to continue his impressive career in the MLS.
Also Played For: venezuela national football team
38. Hany Mukhtar
- 2000–2002: FC Stern Marienfelde
- 2002–2012: Hertha BSC
- 2012–2015: Hertha BSC II
- 2012–2015: Hertha BSC
- 2015: Benfica B
- 2015–2017: Benfica
- 2015–2016: Red Bull Salzburg (loan)
- 2016–2017: Brøndby (loan)
- 2017–2020: Brøndby
- 2020: Nashville SC
- 2009–2010: Germany U15
- 2010–2011: Germany U16
- 2011: Germany U17
- 2013: Germany U18
- 2014: Germany U19
- 2014–2016: Germany U20
- 2016–2017: Germany U21
Hany Mukhtar is a versatile attacking midfielder who has played for Hertha BSC II and Hertha BSC. He joined Portuguese side Benfica in 2015. Mukhtar is a fast and powerful player who can play on either flank.
He has made one appearance for the German national team. Mukhtar is a prodigious young player with a bright future. He has been labelled as the new Patrick Vieira. Mukhtar is a hard worker who is always willing to put in the effort.
He is a promising young player who is set to continue improving. Mukhtar is a skilled player with a good eye for goal.
Hany Mukhtar is a Moroccan international footballer who currently plays for Brøndby. Mukhtar has played for clubs in the Danish Superliga and the Austrian Bundesliga, and has represented his country at senior level.
In 2015, Mukhtar signed for Portuguese giants Benfica on a one-year loan, and went on to make 13 appearances for the club. Mukhtar joined Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg on a loan in 2016, and helped the side win promotion to the Bundesliga.
In 2017, Mukhtar signed for Brøndby on a permanent deal, and helped the side to win the Danish Superliga title.
Mukhtar has also been capped at international level by Morocco, and has made 79 appearances for the country. In October 2018, Mukhtar signed for Nashville SC in the United States, and will play in the MLS.
Mukhtar is a hard-working midfielder who is known for his passing ability and ball control. Mukhtar is considered to be one of Denmark's most promising young talents, and is expected to have a long and successful career.
39. Raúl Ruidíaz
Peru national football team
- 1998–2008: Universitario
- 2008–2011: Universitario
- 2008–2009: U América (loan)
- 2012: Universidad de Chile
- 2012–2015: Coritiba
- 2013–2014: Universitario (loan)
- 2015: Melgar
- 2015–2017: Universitario
- 2016–2017: Morelia (loan)
- 2017–2018: Morelia
- 2018: Seattle Sounders
- 2011: Peru
Raúl Ruidíaz is a Peru international who currently plays for Seattle Sounders FC. Ruidíaz started his career at Universitario before moving to Chilean side Universidad de Chile.
Ruidíaz is a forward who is known for his speed and technical ability. Ruidíaz has made 66 appearances for Universitario and has scored 13 goals. Ruidíaz is set to link up with Seattle Sounders FC in the United States after the 2018 MLS season.
Ruidíaz is a product of the Universitario youth system and is considered a promising player. Ruidíaz is a fast, technical forward with a good scoring record. Ruidíaz is a key player for Peru and is expected to feature at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Ruidíaz is a promising forward with a bright future, and he is expected to continue his good form with Seattle Sounders FC in the future.
Also Played For: peru national football team
40. Lucas Zelarayán
- 2012–2015: Belgrano
- 2016–2020: Tigres UANL
- 2020: Columbus Crew
- 2021: Armenia
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:50, 9 October 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 27 September 2022
Zelarayán is a versatile attacking midfielder who has played for clubs in both Europe and South America. He joined Columbus Crew in the summer of 2022 and has quickly established himself as a key player on the team.
Zelarayán is known for his quick feet, technical ability, and hard work on the field. He is a key part of the Columbus Crew team and is looking to help the club reach the top of the table.
Zelarayán is a true team player and has a good relationship with his fellow players.
He is a hard worker and is always looking to improve his game. Zelarayán is a popular player with the fans and is always looking to give his best performance.
He is a versatile player who can play as an attacking midfielder, central midfielder, or forward. Zelarayán is looking to help Columbus Crew win trophies and improve their ranking in the league.
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41. Emanuel Reynoso
Minnesota United FC
- 2014–2018: Talleres de Córdoba
- 2018–2020: Boca Juniors
- 2020: Minnesota United
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 20:11, 10 October 2022 (UTC)
Reynoso is an attacking midfielder who is currently playing for Racing Club de Avellaneda in the Argentine Primera División. Reynoso started his career with River Plate before moving to Racing Club de Avellaneda in 2016.
Reynoso has made over 100 appearances for Racing Club de Avellaneda and has scored 15 goals. Reynoso has represented Argentina at under-20 and under-17 level. Reynoso is a fast and skillful player who is capable of playing in a number of positions on the pitch.
Reynoso is known for his dribbling and passing ability and is a key player for Racing Club de Avellaneda. Reynoso is likely to be a key player for Argentina at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Reynoso is a midfielder who has played for both Boca Juniors and Minnesota United in Argentina and Uruguay.
He was born on June 4th, 1992 in the city of Rosario, Argentina. Reynoso has featured in both the Argentine Primera División and the Uruguayan Primera División.
Reynoso made his professional debut with Talleres de Córdoba in 2014 and has since made over 50 appearances for the club. Reynoso joined Boca Juniors in June 2018 and has made 45 appearances for the club.
Reynoso joined Minnesota United in October 2020 and has made 71 appearances for the club. Reynoso has been capped by Argentina at U17, U20, and senior level.
Reynoso has been nominated for the 2017-2018 Serie A Best Midfielder award. Reynoso is a free agent and is currently without a club.
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42. Maximiliano Moralez
New York City FC
- 2005–2007: Racing
- 2007–2009: FC Moscow
- 2008: → Racing (loan)
- 2009–2011: Vélez Sársfield
- 2011–2015: Atalanta
- 2016–2017: León
- 2017–2022: New York City FC
- 2022–: Racing
- 2007: Argentina U20
- 2011: Argentina
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:36, 9 October 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 16 July 2015 (UTC)
Moralez is an attacking midfielder who currently plays for Racing. Moralez was born in Granadero Baigorria, Argentina, in 1987. Moralez began his youth career with Racing in 2001.
Moralez made his professional debut in 2006. Moralez has appeared in over 250 matches for Racing. Moralez has been a regular member of the Argentina national team since 2007. Moralez was a part of the Argentina team that won the Copa América in 2015.
Moralez was also a part of the Argentina team that won the Copa América in 2016. Moralez is a three-time runner-up in the Copa Argentina. Moralez is a versatile midfielder who has played for several top-flight clubs in Europe.
Moralez has been a regular for Argentina since 2007 and has helped the team to several successful tournaments.
Moralez is a creative player with an eye for goal, and he is known for his passing ability. Moralez is a natural leader and is often called on to make crucial interventions in matches.
Moralez is set to join Racing Club de Avellaneda from León in the coming season. Moralez is a consistent performer and is sure to be a key player for Racing this season.
43. Xherdan Shaqiri
Switzerland national football team
- 1999–2001: SV Augst
- 2001–2009: FC Basel
- 2007–2009: FC Basel II
- 2009–2012: FC Basel
- 2012–2015: Bayern Munich
- 2015: Inter Milan
- 2015–2018: Stoke City
- 2018–2021: Liverpool
- 2021–2022: Lyon
- 2022: Chicago Fire
- 2007–2008: Switzerland U17
- 2008–2009: Switzerland U18
- 2009: Switzerland U19
- 2009–2011: Switzerland U21
- 2010: Switzerland
Shaqiri is a Swiss international footballer who plays for Chicago Fire in MLS. He started his career at Swiss side SV Augst before moving to FC Basel in 2009.
Shaqiri played 18 times for FC Basel before leaving for English side Stoke City in 2012. He joined English side Liverpool in 2015 and has since made over 100 appearances for the club.
Shaqiri has represented Switzerland at both the Under-21 and senior levels. He made his international debut in 2009 and has since played at two World Cups. Shaqiri was named PFA Players' Player of the Year in 2017.
He is currently contracted to Chicago Fire until 2021. Shaqiri is known for his ability to score goals from midfield. Xherdan Shaqiri is a talented and talented Swiss footballer who has represented his country at various youth levels.
Shaqiri has played for Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, Stoke City, Liverpool and Chicago Fire in his international career.
Shaqiri is a playmaker who is known for his technical ability and passing ability. Shaqiri has been a key player for each of his clubs and has helped them to achieve success.
Shaqiri is a versatile midfielder who can play in any position on the pitch. Shaqiri is a hard worker who is always looking to improve his game. Shaqiri is a versatile player who can play in a number of different positions.
Shaqiri is a fast player who can run with the ball at a high pace. Shaqiri is a talented player who has the potential to be a top-level player.
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44. Alejandro Pozuelo
Inter Miami CF
- 2010–2012: Betis B
- 2011–2013: Betis
- 2013–2014: Swansea City
- 2014–2015: Rayo Vallecano
- 2015–2019: Genk
- 2019–2022: Toronto FC
- 2022: Inter Miami
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 30 September 2022
Alejandro Pozuelo is a Spanish attacking midfielder who currently plays for Inter Miami in the United States.
Pozuelo has played for clubs including Sevilla, Real Madrid, and Barcelona, and has won several trophies including the Copa del Rey, La Liga, and the Champions League.
Pozuelo made his professional debut with Sevilla in 2009 and has since made over 200 appearances for the club.
In 2016, Pozuelo joined Real Madrid and helped the club win the Liga and the Champions League. In 2018, Pozuelo joined Barcelona and helped the club win the Liga and the Copa del Rey.
Pozuelo is a Spanish international and has made over 50 appearances for the country. Pozuelo is a regular member of the Spain squad and was part of the team that reached the final of the 2018 World Cup. Pozuelo was named in the MLS All-Star team for the 2019 season.
45. Diego Valeri
Argentina national football team
- 2003–2013: Lanús
- 2009–2010: Porto (loan)
- 2010: Almería (loan)
- 2013: Portland Timbers (loan)
- 2013–2021: Portland Timbers
- 2022: Lanús
- 2011: Argentina
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals
Diego Valeri began his career with Lanús in 2003. Valeri quickly made a name for himself with Lanús, winning the Apertura title in his first season with the club.
Valeri made his professional debut in 2006 with River Plate, but failed to establish himself in the first team. Valeri moved to Portland in 2015, and has since become one of the most important players for the Timbers.
Valeri has won both the Apertura and Clausura titles with Portland, and has also been named to the MLS All-Star Team. Valeri is considered one of the best attacking midfielders in the world, and is often compared to former Timbers player Diego Valeri.
Valeri is currently contracted to Portland through 2020. Valeri has represented Argentina at international level, and is a key player for his country in the Copa America.
Diego Valeri is one of the most decorated players in MLS history, having been named MVP in both the Apertura and Clausura seasons.
46. Nicolás Lodeiro
Uruguay national football team
- 2003–2007: Nacional
- 2007–2010: Nacional
- 2010–2012: Ajax
- 2012–2014: Botafogo
- 2014–2015: Corinthians
- 2015–2016: Boca Juniors
- 2016: Seattle Sounders FC
- 2008–2009: Uruguay U20
- 2012: Uruguay Olympic
- 2009: Uruguay
Nicolás Lodeiro is a Uruguayan attacking midfielder who currently plays for Seattle Sounders FC. Lodeiro started his career at Nacional before moving to Seattle in 2017.
Lodeiro is known for his technical ability and passing ability. Lodeiro has won several awards, including the MLS MVP and Golden Boot in 2017. Lodeiro is a member of the Uruguay national team.
Lodeiro is one of the most popular players in Seattle. Lodeiro is expected to lead Seattle in attack next season. Lodeiro is a key figure in Uruguay's bid to qualify for the World Cup. Lodeiro is a potential candidate for the Ballon d'Or in 2018.
Nicolás Lodeiro is a Uruguayan footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Seattle Sounders FC in the United States of America.
Nicolás Lodeiro started his career at Uruguayan side Defensor Sporting, before spending several seasons playing in Europe with Dutch side Feyenoord Rotterdam, Danish side FC Midtjylland, and Spanish side Atlético Madrid.
In 2012, Nicolás Lodeiro joined Serie A side Juventus, before moving to European champions Barcelona in 2014.
In 2017, Nicolás Lodeiro joined MLS side Seattle Sounders FC, with whom he has won two MLS Cups and one US Open Cup. Nicolás Lodeiro has also represented Uruguay at international level, playing in the Copa América in 2011 and the 2015 Copa America.
47. João Paulo
Seattle Sounders FC
- 2004–2006: Gaúcho
- 2007–2009: Internacional
- 2010–2015: Internacional
- 2013: Atlético Goianiense (loan)
- 2014: Goiás (loan)
- 2015: Santa Cruz (loan)
- 2016: Santa Cruz
- 2017–2021: Botafogo
- 2020: Seattle Sounders FC (loan)
- 2021: Seattle Sounders FC
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 15:09, 22 October 2022 (UTC)
João Paulo was born in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil in 1991. He started his career with Serafina Corrêa before moving to Brazil's São Paulo FC in 2010. João Paulo signed for Seattle Sounders FC in 2016.
He is a midfielder and has made over 100 appearances for Brazil. João Paulo has won several trophies during his career, including the Brazilian title with São Paulo in 2013 and the Copa America with Brazil in 2016.
João Paulo is a major part of Seattle Sounders FC's plans for the future and is looking to help the team win more trophies. João Paulo was born in Brazil in 1994. He began his career with Brazilian side Gaúcho. He then played for Internacional for two years.
In 2014, he moved to Goiás on loan before joining Santa Cruz on a permanent deal in 2015. He joined Botafogo in 2016 and has since made 93 appearances for the club.
João Paulo has played for Seattle Sounders FC on loan from Botafogo since 2021. He is currently contracted to Seattle Sounders FC until 2021.
João Paulo is a full international and has played 39 times for Brazil. He is a very experienced player and is known for his calmness on the pitch.
48. Chris Wondolowski
San Jose Earthquakes
- 2001–2004: Chico State Wildcats
- 2004: Chico Rooks
- 2005: San Jose Earthquakes
- 2006–2009: Houston Dynamo
- 2009–2021: San Jose Earthquakes
- 2011–2016: United States
Chris Wondolowski is a forward who has spent his entire professional career with the San Jose Earthquakes. He was born in Danville, California and attended Chico State University.
He made his professional debut with the Chico Rooks in 2001, and spent four seasons with the team. He joined the San Jose Earthquakes in 2004, and has been a mainstay in the team's forward lineup ever since.
He has won two league titles with San Jose, as well as two CONCACAF Gold Cups. He is also a two-time MLS All-Star. In 2015, he led the Earthquakes to their first MLS Cup title in team history.
He is currently one of the most popular players in San Jose, and is one of the most highly-rated American forwards of his generation.
Chris Wondolowski is currently retired from professional football, but is still involved with the Earthquakes in a number of ways.
49. Marco Etcheverry
- 1984–1986: Tahuichi Academy
- 1986–1989: Destroyers
- 1989–1991: Bolívar
- 1991–1992: Albacete
- 1993–1994: Colo-Colo
- 1994–1995: América de Cali
- 1996–2003: D.C. United
- 1997: Barcelona SC (loan)
- 1998: Emelec (loan)
- 1999: Barcelona SC (loan)
- 2001: Oriente (loan)
- 2004: Bolívar
- 1989–2003: Bolivia
- 2009: Aucas
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals
Etcheverry was born in 1970 in Bolivia and started his career playing for Tahuichi Academy. He moved to Chile to play for Universidad de Chile and then to Argentina to play for River Plate.
He moved to Europe to play for Valencia and then to Barcelona. He moved to America to play for Los Angeles Galaxy. He retired from professional football in 2003. Etcheverry has been a member of the Bolivia national team and played 81 times.
He was a part of the team that won the Copa America in Ecuador in 2001. He played for Barcelona in the Champions League in 2002 and 2003.
He has won two La Liga titles (1997 and 2001) and two Spanish Cups (1997 and 2001). Etcheverry started his professional career at Club Bolívar in 1989.
He spent most of his career playing for Colombian clubs, most notably D.C. United and Barcelona SC. Etcheverry earned 71 caps for Bolivia and was a part of the team that reached the 2003 Copa América final.
He announced his retirement from professional football in 2003. Etcheverry became manager of Aucas in 2009.
He led the club to the 2009 Torneo Apertura title. Etcheverry was dismissed from his position with Aucas in December 2011. He subsequently joined Sport Boys. Etcheverry retired from professional football in 2016.
50. Đorđe Mihailović
United States men's national soccer team
- 2003–2013: Chicago Blast
- 2013–2017: Chicago Fire
- 2017–2020: Chicago Fire
- 2021–2022: CF Montréal
- 2023: AZ
- 2016–2017: United States U19
- 2019–2021: United States U23
- 2019: United States
Mihailović is a 24-year-old attacking midfielder who played for Chicago Fire in 2017. November 10, 1998, in Jacksonville, Florida. He started his youth career with the Chicago Blast in 2003.
He made his professional debut with Chicago Fire in 2017. United States national team.
He is currently contracted to AZ. Mihailović is a Serbian professional footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for MLS club Chicago Fire.
Mihailović began his career with Serbian club Red Star Belgrade, making his senior debut in 2014. In 2017, Mihailović joined MLS side Chicago Fire.
Mihailović has represented Serbia at international level, making his debut in 2016. Mihailović was named the MLS player of the month for September 2018.
Mihailović was part of the Serbia side that won the 2019 World Cup. Mihailović has won three league titles with Chicago Fire.
Mihailović has also represented Serbia at the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, and Copa America tournaments. Mihailović is a regular for the Serbia national team.
51. Sebastian Giovinco
- 1996–2006: Juventus
- 2006–2015: Juventus
- 2007–2008: Empoli (loan)
- 2010–2012: Parma (loan)
- 2015–2019: Toronto FC
- 2019–2021: Al Hilal
- 2022: Sampdoria
- 2003: Italy U16
- 2003–2004: Italy U17
- 2005: Italy U18
- 2006: Italy U19
- 2006–2007: Italy U20
- 2007–2009: Italy U21
- 2008: Italy U23 (Olympics)
- 2011–2015: Italy
Sebastian Giovinco is a forward for Toronto FC. He has played for Juventus since 2006 and has been with Toronto FC since 2015. Giovinco has scored 68 goals in 114 appearances for Toronto FC.
Giovinco has also played for Empoli and Parma on loan. Giovinco has represented Italy at senior level. Giovinco is a five-time Serie A champion with Juventus. Giovinco is also a two-time winner of the Italian Footballer of the Year award.
Giovinco has been linked with a move to MLS in the future. Giovinco is a member of the Italian national team. Giovinco is married and has two children. Giovinco is a versatile and explosive player who can play anywhere in midfield or up front.
He has been a key part of Italy's success at both the U-21 and senior levels, and he is sure to play a major role in the team's future. Giovinco is a hard worker who always puts in a shift for his team, and he is an excellent passer of the ball.
He is also known for his ability to score goals, and he is sure to make an impact at next year's World Cup.
Giovinco is a superb player who is capable of creating magic on the pitch, and he is a valuable member of the Italy squad. He is a talented and versatile player who is sure to make a big impact at next year's World Cup.
He is a hard worker who always puts in a shift for his team, and he is an excellent passer of the ball.
He is also known for his ability to score goals, and he is sure to make an impact at next year's World Cup. Giovinco is a talented and versatile player who is sure to make a big impact at next year's World Cup.
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Major League Soccer (MLS) is the premier professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. With 27 teams in the United States and three in Canada, MLS is the largest professional soccer league in the world.
The league has had a number of great players over the years, but who are the best players in MLS history? That’s a tough question to answer, as there are so many great players in MLS history. However, some of the best players in MLS history include David Beckham, Landon Donovan, Thierry Henry, and Robbie Keane.
American Football Boots Vs Soccer Boots
There are a few key differences between American football boots and soccer boots. First, American football boots typically have a heavier construction than soccer boots, which is necessary in order to absorb more impact when players are running with the ball.
Can You Wear Football Cleats For Rugby?
There is some debate about whether or not football cleats should be worn when playing rugby. The main concern is that the cleats may cause injuries to players’ feet, ankles, and shins.
Can You Wear Plastic Cleats On Turf?
There is some debate over whether or not you can wear plastic cleats on turf. While there is no definitive answer, it is generally recommended that you avoid wearing them because they can cause damage to the turf surface.
Caps are the official headwear of rugby union. They protect players from injuries that could potentially end their careers, such as concussions.
Are Metal Cleats Better Than Plastic?
Plastic cleats are often used in place of metal cleats when playing football because plastic is lighter and doesn’t rust. However, metal cleats do a better job of keeping the foot secure on the ground, which can lead to more tackles and more victories on the field.
How Much Did A Baseball Cost In 1962?
It costs $ 0.25 per ball at that time.
How Much Did A Baseball Cost In 1962
In a baseball cost around $ 0.25 per ball.