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SPORTING KANSAS CITY vs. SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES

CHILDREN’S MERCY PARK, Kansas City, Kan. Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019 (Week 24, MLS Game #310) 7:30 p.m. CT (FS-KC+; NBCS-CA)

SPORTING KANSAS CITY 2019 CAREER No. Player Pos Ht Wt Birthdate Birthplace GP GS G A GP GS G A GK 6-5 185 08/30/1995 Chula Vista, CA 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 Adrian Zendejas 2 Botond Barath DF 6-2 165 04/21/1992 Budapest, Hungary 17 16 0 0 17 16 0 0 4 Andreu Fontas DF 6-1 190 11/14/1989 Banyoles, Spain 13 10 0 0 15 11 0 0 5 Matt Besler DF 6-0 170 02/11/1987 Kansas City, MO 19 18 0 0 276 269 3 18 MF 5-11 170 11/21/1990 Barcelona, Spain 24 22 2 4 91 89 6 10 6 Ilie Sanchez 7 Johnny Russell FW 5-10 170 04/08/1990 Glasgow, Scotland 20 16 8 5 50 40 18 15 8 Graham Zusi MF 5-10 160 08/18/1986 Orlando, FL 19 18 0 2 271 230 28 65 9 Krisztian Nemeth FW 5-11 165 01/05/1989 Gyor, Hungary 19 15 7 2 77 49 19 12 10 Yohan Croizet MF 5-10 170 02/15/1992 Sarrebourg, France 20 12 3 2 52 31 6 5 12 Gerso Fernandes FW 5-8 140 02/23/1991 Bissau, Guinea-Bissau 17 17 1 5 80 60 14 12 Gianluca Busio MF 5-7 135 05/28/2002 Greensboro, NC 16 7 3 0 23 8 4 1 13 14 Nicolas Hasler DF 5-9 174 05/04/1991 Vaduz, Liechtenstein 12 8 0 1 46 36 3 5 DF 5-10 170 01/28/1987 Kansas City, MO 22 21 0 1 230 218 1 12 15 Seth Sinovic 16 Graham Smith DF 6-3 185 11/25/1995 Highlands Ranch, CO 6 5 0 0 8 7 0 0 MF 5-11 170 10/25/1986 Puerto Cortes, Honduras 8 7 0 2 230 209 8 34 17 Roger Espinoza 18 Eric Dick GK 6-5 205 10/03/1994 Roeland Park, KS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FW 5-10 185 11/15/1990 Fredricksburg, VA 4 2 1 0 109 49 13 10 19 Erik Hurtado 20 Daniel Salloi FW 6-1 150 07/19/1996 Siofok, Hungary 19 10 0 0 70 48 14 9 MF 5-7 145 10/08/1990 Quintero, Chile 24 23 10 2 44 41 17 4 21 Felipe Gutierrez 22 Rodney Wallace DF 6-0 165 06/17/1988 San Jose, Costa Rica 1 1 0 0 204 161 24 29 Tyler Freeman FW 5-10 150 01/09/2003 Overland Park, KS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 24 Gedion Zelalem MF 5-11 155 01/26/1997 Berlin, Germany 9 5 0 0 9 5 0 0 Jaylin Lindsey DF 5-8 155 03/27/2000 Charlotte, NC 0 0 0 0 7 6 0 1 26 28 Cameron Duke MF 5-7 135 02/13/2001 Overland Park, KS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 Tim Melia GK 6-1 190 05/15/1986 Great River, NY 24 24 0 0 145 144 0 0 30 Benny Feilhaber MF 5-9 163 01/19/1985 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 22 16 2 4 258 228 39 60 Luis Martins DF 5-9 150 06/10/1992 Lamego, Portugal 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 36 75 Wan Kuzain MF 5-10 160 09/14/1998 Carbondale, IL 0 0 0 0 6 3 1 0 94 Jimmy Medranda DF 5-8 150 02/07/1994 Mosquera, Colombia 4 1 0 0 90 63 5 4 HEAD  COACH  :  Peter Vermes

11/21/1966 W140 L110 T89

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES 2019 CAREER No. Player Pos Ht Wt Birthdate Birthplace GP GS G A GP GS G A DF 6-2 165 03/13/1991 Biel/Bienne, Switzerland 1 1 0 0 16 14 0 0 3 Francois Affolter 6 Shea Salinas MF 5-10 163 06/24/1986 Lubbock, TX 20 12 6 3 304 189 19 49 Magnus Eriksson MF 5-11 175 04/08/1990 Stockholm, Sweden 23 23 5 6 55 52 11 9 7 8 Chris Wondolowski FW 6-0 170 01/28/1983 Danville, CA 23 16 9 1 350 294 153 40 FW 6-1 180 01/15/1991 Heerlen, Netherlands 21 9 5 2 87 58 22 11 9 Danny Hoesen 10 Cristian Espinoza FW 5-7 154 04/03/1995 Buenos Aires, Argentina 21 21 2 9 21 21 2 9 MF 5-9 177 01/29/1993 Ozurgeti, Georgia 22 15 8 3 68 54 23 10 11 Vako Qazaishvili 12 Matt Bersano GK 6-1 182 09/10/1992 Chandler, AZ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MF 5-10 157 03/19/1997 Bloomington, MN 23 20 2 3 57 45 2 7 14 Jackson Yueill 15 Jimmy Ockford DF 6-1 181 06/10/1992 Trenton, NJ 0 0 0 0 16 12 0 0 17 Daniel Vega GK 6-2 200 06/03/1984 Buenos Aires, Argentina 24 24 0 0 24 24 0 0 18 JT Marcinkowski GK 6-1 182 05/09/1997 Alamo, CA 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 19 Siad Haji MF 5-8 150 12/01/1999 Kakuma, Kenya 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 21 Carlos Fierro FW 5-9 146 07/24/1994 Ahome, Sinaloa, Mexico 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 22 Tommy Thompson MF 5-7 157 08/15/1995 Hinsdale, IN 22 20 2 1 115 63 3 5 23 Florian Jungwirth MF 5-11 176 01/27/1989 Grafelfing, Germany 20 20 0 1 81 77 5 8 DF 5-9 174 11/17/1994 Castro Valley, CA 18 15 1 2 74 69 5 5 24 Nick Lima 25 Andres Rios FW 5-10 172 08/01/1989 Buenos Aires, Argentina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 Eric Calvillo MF 5-7 147 01/02/1998 Palmdale, CA 2 1 0 0 5 3 0 0 27 Marcos Lopez DF 5-9 148 11/02/1999 Callao, Peru 13 10 0 1 13 10 0 1 Andrew Tarbell GK 6-3 194 10/07/1993 Mandeville, LA 0 0 0 0 41 40 0 0 28 29 Jacob Akanyirige DF 5-11 162 12/30/2001 Pleasanton, CA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 Harold Cummings DF 6-0 207 03/01/1992 Panama City, Panama 16 16 0 0 37 37 0 0 33 Paul Marie DF 5-8 146 03/24/1995 Saint-Aubin-des-Bois, France 7 2 0 1 7 2 0 1 35 Gilbert Fuentes MF 5-6 142 02/21/2002 Tracy, CA 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 37 Guram Kashia DF 6-1 191 07/04/1987 Tbilisi, Georgia 13 11 0 0 25 23 0 0 Cade Cowell FW 5-9 154 10/14/2003 Ceres, CA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 89 Kevin Partida MF 5-8 142 03/10/1995 Sparks, NV 1 0 0 0 5 4 0 0 93 Judson MF 5-6 143 05/25/1993 Ares, Brazil 19 15 0 0 19 15 0 0 96 Luis Felipe MF 6-1 176 01/29/1996 Mineola, NY 3 0 0 0 16 11 0 1 HEAD  COACH  :  Matias Almeyda

12/21/1973 W11 L8 T5


SPORTING KC vs. SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES

Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019; Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City, Kan., 7:30 p.m. CT REFEREES

2019 SEASON RECORDS Sporting at home

GP W-L-T PTS GF GA 25 7-11-7 28 37 44 12 4-5-3 15 22 24

REFEREE: Drew Fischer AR1 (bench): Brian Poeschel; AR2 (opposite): Jeremy Kieso; 4th: Alejandro Mariscal; VAR: Jose Carlos Rivero; AVAR: Cameron Blanchard TEAM NEWS

Earthquakes 24 11-8-5 38 41 36 on road 11 3-5-3 12 16 20

SUSPENDED: none WARNINGS: SUSPENDED NEXT YELLOW CARD: KC: Felipe Gutierrez ... SJ: Harold Cummings, Judson, Nick Lima SUSPENDED AFTER TWO YELLOW CARDS: KC: Yohan Croizet, Seth Sinovic, Botond Barath, Roger Espinoza ... SJ: Tommy Thompson

LEAGUE HEAD-TO-HEAD ALL-TIME: Sporting 26 wins (4 shootout), 74 goals … Earthquakes 25 wins (3 shootout), 74 goals … Ties 8 AT KC: Sporting 20 wins (2 shootout), 47 goals … Earthquakes 8 wins (2 shootout), 31 goals … Ties 1

INJURED LIST: KC: Rodney Wallace (SEI) INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: none

2019 (MLS): 4/20: SJ 4, KC 1 (Hoesen 6, 12; Salinas 46; Eriksson 61 -Gutierrez 66)

LAST LEAGUE MATCHES ORLANDO CITY SC 1 SPORTING KANSAS CITY 0 Scoring Summary: ORL--Akindele 9 (Ascues 1, Rosell 1) 21

UPCOMING MATCHES EARTHQUAKES SPORTING Wed. Aug. 21 at LAFC Thu. Aug. 22 Minnesota Sat. Aug. 24 Vancouver Sat. Aug. 31 Houston Sat. Aug. 31 Orlando City Sat. Sept. 7 at Portland Wed. Sept. 11 at Real Salt Lake Sun. Sept. 15 at LA Galaxy

SPORTING KANSAS CITY--Tim Melia, Graham Zusi, Graham Smith, Matt Besler, Seth Sinovic (Luis Martins 71), Roger Espinoza, Ilie Sanchez, Felipe Gutierrez, Johnny Russell, Jimmy Medranda (Erik Hurtado 45), Gianluca Busio (Benny Feilhaber 59).

WHERE THE GOALS COME FROM EARTHQUAKES

SPORTING

F 37 61

A 44 51

GOALS SCORED MINUTES PER GOAL

F 41 53

A 36 60

30 9 1 1

20 13 2 1

30 1 4 1 1 0 3 1

20 5 3 1 3 0 2 2

7 29 5

9 23 4

HOW SCORED

10 23 4 0

RIGHT FOOT LEFT FOOT HEADERS OTHER

30 11 3 0

TYPE OF PLAY

21 2 3 1 6 2 0 2

33 4 2 2 1 1 1 0

OPEN PLAY CROSS CORNER REBOUND PENALTIES DIRECT FROM FREE KICK FREE KICK (INDIRECT) OWN GOALS

8 23 6

8 30 6

INSIDE GOAL AREA INSIDE PENALTY AREA OUTSIDE PENALTY AREA

COLORADO RAPIDS 2 SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES 1 Scoring Summary: COL--Acosta 2 (Rubio 3) 44 SJ--Qazaishvili 8 (Hoesen 2) 62 COL--Rubio 7 (Rosenberry 1) 73 SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES--Daniel Vega, Tommy Thompson, Guram Kashia, Florian Jungwirth, Nick Lima, Shea Salinas (Carlos Fierro 58), Magnus Eriksson, Judson (Danny Hoesen 58), Jackson Yueill, Vako Qazaishvili, Chris Wondolowski (Luis Felipe 64).

DISTANCE

(W-L-T) KC SJ

RECORD AT HALFTIME LEAD TIED TRAIL 6-1-2 1-3-3 0-7-2 8-1-3 2-3-1 1-4-1

RECORD WITH FIRST GOAL SCORE ALLOW 7-2-4 0-9-3 8-2-3 3-6-1

THE LAST TIME Home win Road win Home loss Road loss Tie game Shutout for Shutout vs.

SPORTING KANSAS CITY Date Score (Gms since) 7/06/2019 KC 1, CHI 0 8/04/2019 KC 3, SEA 2 8/10/2019 KC 1, RSL 2 8/14/2019 KC 0, ORL 1 6/07/2019 KC 2, TOR 2 7/13/2019 KC 3, VAN 0 8/14/2019 KC 0, ORL 1

(2) (1) (0) (0) (10) (5) (0)

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES Date Score (Gms since) 7/27/2019 SJ 3, COL 1 (1) 7/20/2019 SJ 3, VAN 1 (1) 3/30/2019 SJ 0, LFC 5 (10) 8/10/2019 SJ 1, COL 2 (0) 8/03/2019 SJ 1, CLB 1 (1) 7/06/2019 SJ 1, RSL 0 (5) 4/27/2019 SJ 0, DAL 0 (15)

GAME-BY-GAME: WON/LOST/TIED Sporting KC LWTWTTLTLLTWLTTWLLWWLLWLL Earthquakes LLLLWLWTTWLWWTTWWLWWWWTL

TEAM LEADERS SPORTING G: 10 Gutierrez A: 5 Russell/Gutierrez SHT: 54 Gutierrez SOG: 26 Gutierrez FC: 46 Gutierrez FS: 43 Gutierrez OF: 11 Nemeth C: 8 Gutierrez E: 2 Espinoza EARTHQUAKES G: 9 Wondolowski A: 9 Espinoza SHT: 80 Qazaishvili SOG: 27 Qazaishvili FC: 31 Judson FS: 50 Eriksson OF: 14 Wondolowski C: 7 Thompson E: 1 Espinoza/Lopez

GOALSCORING RECORD GOALS SCORED IN GAME GP 0 1 2 3 4+ TOT AVG KC 25 6 11 3 3 2 37 1.48 SJ 24 3 10 4 5 2 41 1.71 GOALS ALLOWED IN GAME GP 0 1 2 3 4+ TOT AVG KC 25 4 7 9 2 3 44 1.76 SJ 24 6 8 5 3 2 36 1.50 GOALS BY INTERVALS GOALS SCORED Total 1-15 16-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76-90 KC 37 4 5 7 5 8 8 SJ 41 7 4 9 6 6 9 GOALS ALLOWED Total 1-15 16-30 31-45 46-60 61-75 76-90 KC 44 3 5 7 10 8 11 SJ 36 4 6 3 6 12 5


2019 SPORTING KANSAS CITY STATISTICS (7-11-7, 28 pts.) UNF 21 7 9 10 13 6 12 19 30 30 8 11 17 14 14 15 3 1 4 2 20 24 16 94 36 5 22 29

POS M F F M M M F F M M M M M D D D D G D D F M D D D D D G

PLAYER Felipe Gutierrez Johnny Russell Krisztian Nemeth Yohan Croizet Gianluca Busio Ilie Sanchez Gerso Fernandes Erik Hurtado Benny Feilhaber (KC) Benny Feilhaber (TOT) Graham Zusi Kelyn Rowe Roger Espinoza Nicolas Hasler (KC) Nicolas Hasler (TOT) Seth Sinovic Abdul Rwatubyaye Adrian Zendejas Andreu Fontas Botond Barath Daniel Salloi Gedion Zelalem Graham Smith Jimmy Medranda Luis Martins Matt Besler Rodney Wallace Tim Melia Own-goals received Opponent totals Team totals

GP 24 20 19 20 16 24 17 4 13 22 19 14 8 9 12 22 2 1 13 17 19 9 6 4 1 19 1 24

GS 23 16 15 12 7 22 17 2 9 16 18 7 7 7 8 21 1 1 10 16 10 5 5 1 0 18 1 24

MIN 2018 1460 1317 1091 616 1997 1376 247 823 1443 1631 690 550 635 708 1911 164 90 964 1389 1010 436 432 67 19 1550 27 2160

25 25

25 25

2250 2250

G 10 8 7 3 3 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 44 37

A 2 5 2 2 0 4 5 0 2 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 54 43 45 24 15 16 28 3 16 25 25 20 7 2 3 10 2 0 3 5 30 3 3 4 0 0 0 0

SOG 26 17 17 12 8 4 12 1 2 4 4 4 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 9 2 2 2 0 0 0 0

49 30

307 358

126 127

FC 46 10 24 17 9 20 28 11 14 29 14 14 18 3 3 22 3 0 7 21 13 6 2 0 1 9 1 0

FS 43 29 21 16 13 13 38 3 11 31 23 11 10 5 7 11 0 0 5 6 17 1 1 0 0 7 1 2

OFF 0 5 11 8 0 2 7 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CK 32 71 0 2 5 0 4 0 14 22 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 8 0 3 4 1 6 3 1 3 6 3 2 3 0 0 4 1 0 2 4 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 2

E 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

310 313 313 310

57 39

107 134

61 55

6 4

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Krisztian Nemeth 1, Felipe Gutierrez 1, Erik Hurtado 1, Ilie Sanchez 1, Yohan Croizet 1, Johnny Russell 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Gerso Fernandes 3, Felipe Gutierrez 2, Yohan Croizet 1, Benny Feilhaber 1, Kelyn Rowe 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Felipe Gutierrez 5-6, Ilie Sanchez 1-1, Krisztian Nemeth 0-1, Daniel Salloi 0-1 SPORTING KANSAS CITY GOALKEEPING UNF 29 1

POS G G

GOALKEEPER Tim Melia Adrian Zendejas Team totals Opponent totals

GP 24 1 25 25

GS 24 1 25 25

MIN SHTS 2160 122 90 4 2250 126 2250 127

SV 77 3 80 87

GA 43 1 44 37

GAA 1.79 1 1.76 1.48

PG 0 1 1 6

PA 2 1 3 9

W L 7 11 0 0 7 11 11 7

T 6 1 7 7

SO 4 0 4 6

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2019 SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES STATISTICS (11-8-5, 38 pts.) UNF 8 11 6 7 9 10 14 22 24 20 23 27 33 21 17 26 3 35 37 31 93 89 96 19

POS F M M M F F M M D M M D D F G M D M D D M M M M

PLAYER Chris Wondolowski Vako Qazaishvili Shea Salinas Magnus Eriksson Danny Hoesen Cristian Espinoza Jackson Yueill Tommy Thompson Nick Lima Anibal Godoy Florian Jungwirth Marcos Lopez Paul Marie Carlos Fierro Daniel Vega Eric Calvillo Francois Affolter Gilbert Fuentes Guram Kashia Harold Cummings Judson Kevin Partida Luis Felipe Siad Haji Own-goals received Team totals Opponent totals

GP 23 22 20 23 21 21 23 22 18 13 20 13 7 1 24 2 1 1 13 16 19 1 3 4

GS 16 15 12 23 9 21 20 20 15 13 20 10 2 0 24 1 1 0 11 16 15 0 0 0

MIN 1381 1358 1126 1997 1064 1797 1858 1703 1310 1164 1800 813 232 32 2160 73 90 2 1005 1392 1280 1 39 41

24 24

24 24

2160 2160

G 9 8 6 5 5 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 41 36

A 1 3 3 6 2 9 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 52 80 20 60 41 67 25 10 15 4 11 8 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 13 0 0 0

SOG 18 27 8 15 18 23 4 4 4 2 4 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0

35 36

413 316

137 101

FC 10 12 8 27 16 28 22 21 19 29 27 12 4 0 0 1 1 0 12 16 32 0 3 1

FS 4 17 10 50 11 23 20 27 18 23 19 23 6 0 4 1 0 1 4 12 9 0 1 1

OFF 14 5 1 3 12 9 3 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CK 0 0 2 56 0 68 26 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

C 3 1 2 4 1 5 1 7 4 6 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 5 0 1 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

301 303 303 301

53 9

157 116

52 54

2 0

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Chris Wondolowski 3, Danny Hoesen 3, Vako Qazaishvili 3, Shea Salinas 1, Nick Lima 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Cristian Espinoza 5, Nick Lima 1, Jackson Yueill 1, Vako Qazaishvili 1, Magnus Eriksson 1, Paul Marie 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Magnus Eriksson 1-1 SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES GOALKEEPING UNF 17

POS G

GOALKEEPER Daniel Vega Team totals Opponent totals

GP 24 24 24

GS 24 24 24

MIN SHTS 2160 101 2160 101 2160 137

SV 66 66 97

GA 36 36 41

GAA 1.5 1.5 1.71

PG 3 3 1

PA 6 6 1

W L 11 8 11 8 8 11

T 5 5 5

SO 6 6 3

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SPORTING KANSAS CITY 2019 SCHEDULE DAY DATE Sun. Mar.

RESULT L 1-2

ATT 22099

W-L-T 0-1-0

W 2-0 T 1-1 W 7-1

18738 11037 18632

1-1-0 1-1-1 2-1-1

7 6 5

T 1-1

26023

2-1-2

7

T 2-2

17897

2-1-3

7

Sat. Apr.

7 at FC Cincinnati 14 New York Red Bulls 20 at San Jose

L 1-4

15777

2-2-3

8

Sat. Apr.

27 New England

T 4-4

18511

2-2-4

8

Sun. Sun. Sat. Sun.

May May May May

5 Atlanta 12 at D.C. United 18 Vancouver 26 Seattle

L L T W

0-3 0-1 1-1 3-2

18518 12521 18691 19882

2-3-4 2-4-4 2-4-5 3-4-5

10 11 11 11

Wed. Sat. Fri. Sun. Sat.

May June June June June

29 Los Angeles 1 at Houston 7 at Toronto FC 23 at Columbus 29 at Real Salt Lake 3 Los Angeles FC

L T T W L

0-2 1-1 2-2 1-0 0-2

19979 15710 24748 14015 18933

3-5-5 3-5-6 3-5-7 4-5-7 4-6-7

11 10 10 9 11

L 1-5

19754

4-7-7

12

6 Chicago 13 at Vancouver 20 FC Dallas 26 at New York City FC 4 at Seattle

W W L L

1-0 3-0 0-2 1-3

18570 18700 18736 20178

5-7-7 6-7-7 6-8-7 6-9-7

9 9 10 10

W 3-2

37722

7-9-7

10

10 Real Salt Lake 14 at Orlando City SC 17 San Jose 22 Minnesota 31 Houston 7 at Portland 15 at Los Angeles 21 Colorado 25 at Minnesota 29 Portland 6 at FC Dallas

L 1-2 L 0-1

18219 22347

7-10-7 7-11-7

10 10

Sun. Mar. Sun. Mar. Sat. Mar. Sun. Apr. Sun. Apr.

Wed. July Sat. Sat. Sat. Fri.

July July July July

Sun. Aug. Sat. Aug. Wed. Aug. Sat. Thu. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sat. Wed. Sun. Sun.

Aug. Aug. Aug. Sep. Sep. Sep. Sep. Sep. Oct.

OPPONENT 3 at Los Angeles FC 10 Philadelphia 17 at Colorado 30 Montreal

POS PTS NOTES: 12 0 KC: Nemeth (16); LFC: Rossi (47) Diomande (94+) 3 KC: Sanchez (11) own goal (80); 4 KC: Russell (88); COL: Rubio (54) 7 KC: Russell (10,50) Nemeth (43,68,84) Gutierrez (47+) Busio (78); MTL: Taider (89) 8 KC: Busio (62); CIN: Mattocks (19) 9 KC: Russell (24) Busio (88); NYR: Royer (52) White (75) 9 KC: Gutierrez (66); SJ: Hoesen (6,12) Salinas (46) Eriksson (61) 10 KC: Nemeth (33,83) Gutierrez (60,70); NE: Caicedo (18,35) Agudelo (42) Jones (66) 10 ATL: Martinez (39,76) Barco (47) 10 DC: Arriola (78) 11 KC: Nemeth (37); VAN: Cornelius (94+) 14 KC: Russell (29,46+,68); SEA: Ruidiaz (63) Leerdam (71) 14 LA: Alvarez (56) Ibrahimovic (86) 15 KC: Croizet (63); HOU: Elis (69) 16 KC: Gutierrez (25,73); TOR: DeLeon (43) Hamilton (95+) 19 KC: Gutierrez (48); 19 RSL: Johnson (15,29) 19 KC: Croizet (85); LFC: Ramirez (28) Rossi (50) Vela (63) Zelaya (89) El-Munir (91+) 22 KC: Croizet (14); 25 KC: own goal (24) Gutierrez (56) Fernandes (90); 25 DAL: Badji (37) Ferreira (57) 25 KC: Sanchez (73); NYC: Tinnerholm (41) dos Santos (54) Ring (77) 28 KC: Gutierrez (12,33) Hurtado (58); SEA: Morris (46,82) 28 KC: Russell (31); RSL: Baird (38,70) 28 ORL: Akindele (21)

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SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES 2019 SCHEDULE DAY DATE Sat. Mar. Sat. Mar. Sat. Mar. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat.

Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr.

OPPONENT RESULT 2 Montreal L 1-2 9 Minnesota L 0-3 16 at New York Red L 1-4 Bulls 30 Los Angeles FC L 0-5 6 Portland W 3-0 13 at Houston L 1-2 20 Sporting KC W 4-1

Wed. Sat. Sat. Sat.

Apr. Apr. May May

24 at 27 at 4 FC 11 at

Seattle FC Dallas Cincinnati New England

T T W L

2-2 0-0 1-0 1-3

37722 14087 16743 20610

2-5-1 2-5-2 3-5-2 3-6-2

Sat. Sun. Sat. Sat.

May May June June

18 Chicago 26 at Toronto FC 1 at D.C. United 8 FC Dallas

W W T T

4-1 2-1 1-1 2-2

15232 23524 18002 16841

4-6-2 5-6-2 5-6-3 5-6-4

Wed. June Sat. June Wed. July

26 Houston 29 Los Angeles 3 at Minnesota

W 2-0 W 3-0 L 1-3

15563 50850 19653

6-6-4 7-6-4 7-7-4

Sat. July Fri. July

6 Real Salt Lake 12 at Los Angeles

W 1-0 W 3-1

15339 22508

8-7-4 9-7-4

Sat. July

20 at Vancouver

W 3-1

17558

10-7-4

Sat. July

27 Colorado

W 3-1

17762

11-7-4

Sat. Sat. Sat. Wed.

3 Columbus 10 at Colorado 17 at Sporting KC 21 at Los Angeles FC 24 Vancouver 31 Orlando City SC 11 at Real Salt Lake 14 at New York City FC 21 at Atlanta 25 Philadelphia 29 Seattle 6 at Portland

T 1-1 L 1-2

17088 13870

11-7-5 11-8-5

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Sat. Aug. Sat. Aug. Wed. Sep. Sat. Sep. Sat. Wed. Sun. Sun.

Sep. Sep. Sep. Oct.

ATT 18000 16411 15621

W-L-T 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0

18000 16233 14476 15777

0-4-0 1-4-0 1-5-0 2-5-0

POS PTS NOTES: 10 0 SJ: Eriksson (11); MTL: Piatti (29) Taider (44) 12 0 MIN: Quintero (49) Ibarra (52) own goal (75) 12 0 SJ: Espinoza (5); NYR: Muyl (51,71) Wright-Phillips (85) Royer (90) 12 0 LFC: Vela (8,48+,66) Beitashour (26) Rossi (68) 9 3 SJ: Salinas (15) Hoesen (33) Espinoza (34); 9 3 SJ: Yueill (56); HOU: Elis (52) Martinez (60) 9 6 SJ: Hoesen (6,12) Salinas (46) Eriksson (61); KC: Gutierrez (66) 9 7 SJ: Salinas (34,53); SEA: Leerdam (65) Shipp (67) 9 8 7 11 SJ: Lima (22); 9 11 SJ: Qazaishvili (88); NE: Agudelo (18) Penilla (29) Gil (68) 8 14 SJ: Wondolowski (21,48,74,76); CHI: Katai (83) 8 17 SJ: Wondolowski (37,81); TOR: Laryea (28) 8 18 SJ: Wondolowski (37); DC: Acosta (67) 8 19 SJ: Wondolowski (47) Eriksson (54); DAL: own goal (27) Atuahene (65) 6 22 SJ: Qazaishvili (22,75); 5 25 SJ: Qazaishvili (11) Salinas (82) Thompson (85); 8 25 SJ: Thompson (47+); MIN: Quintero (5) Boxall (52) Molino (92+) 6 28 SJ: Hoesen (93+); 4 31 SJ: Qazaishvili (61) Hoesen (64) Yueill (85); LA: Feltscher (2) 5 34 SJ: Qazaishvili (16) Wondolowski (34) Eriksson (79); VAN: Henry (7) 4 37 SJ: own goal (2) Qazaishvili (34) Salinas (83); COL: Rubio (88) 2 38 SJ: Eriksson (41); CLB: Zardes (65) 4 38 SJ: Qazaishvili (62); COL: Acosta (44) Rubio (73)

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SPORTING KC INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAMES (2019)

TEAM HIGH GAMES (2019)

Goals 3 Krisztian Nemeth 3 Johnny Russell Assists 2 Roger Espinoza 2 Gerso Fernandes 2 Yohan Croizet Shots 7 Krisztian Nemeth Shots on Goal 4 Johnny Russell 4 Daniel Salloi 4 Felipe Gutierrez Fouls Committed 7 Erik Hurtado Fouls Suffered 5 5 times Offside 3 Krisztian Nemeth Saves 6 Tim Melia Shots Faced 8 Tim Melia Goals Allowed 5 Tim Melia

Goals 7 03/30/2019 vs Assists 7 03/30/2019 vs Shots 21 07/03/2019 vs Shots on Goal 10 07/06/2019 vs 10 07/13/2019 vs Fouls Committed 23 08/04/2019 vs Fouls Suffered 18 06/29/2019 vs Corner Kicks 12 05/29/2019 vs Offside 8 07/26/2019 vs Saves 6 07/13/2019 vs Shots Faced 8 05/05/2019 vs Goals Allowed 5 07/03/2019 vs

03/30/2019 vs MTL 05/26/2019 vs SEA

W 7-1 W 3-2

03/30/2019 vs MTL 03/30/2019 vs MTL 05/26/2019 vs SEA

W 7-1 W 7-1 W 3-2

04/27/2019 vs NE

T 4-4

05/26/2019 vs SEA 07/13/2019 vs VAN 08/04/2019 vs SEA

W 3-2 W 3-0 W 3-2

08/04/2019 vs SEA

W 3-2

03/30/2019 vs MTL

W 7-1

07/26/2019 vs NYC

L 1-3

07/13/2019 vs VAN

W 3-0

05/05/2019 vs ATL

L 0-3

07/03/2019 vs LFC

L 1-5

MTL

W 7-1

MTL

W 7-1

LFC

L 1-5

CHI VAN

W 1-0 W 3-0

SEA

W 3-2

RSL

L 0-2

LA

L 0-2

NYC

L 1-3

VAN

W 3-0

ATL

L 0-3

LFC

L 1-5

EARTHQUAKES INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAMES (2019)

TEAM HIGH GAMES (2019)

Goals 4 Chris Wondolowski Assists 2 Cristian Espinoza Shots 12 Vako Qazaishvili Shots on Goal 5 Vako Qazaishvili Fouls Committed 5 Judson Fouls Suffered 5 4 times Offside 3 4 times Saves 6 Daniel Vega 6 Daniel Vega 6 Daniel Vega Shots Faced 10 Daniel Vega Goals Allowed 5 Daniel Vega

Goals 4 04/20/2019 at 4 05/18/2019 at Assists 3 04/20/2019 at 3 05/18/2019 at 3 05/26/2019 at 3 06/08/2019 at Shots 32 07/12/2019 at 32 07/20/2019 at Shots on Goal 16 07/12/2019 at Fouls Committed 19 05/26/2019 at Fouls Suffered 21 04/13/2019 at Corner Kicks 12 07/12/2019 at Offside 7 07/12/2019 at Saves 6 04/20/2019 at 6 04/24/2019 at 6 06/29/2019 at Shots Faced 10 03/30/2019 at Goals Allowed 5 03/30/2019 at

05/18/2019 at CHI

W 4-1

05/26/2019 at TOR

W 2-1

07/20/2019 at VAN

W 3-1

07/20/2019 at VAN

W 3-1

07/12/2019 at LA

W 3-1

03/02/2019 at MTL

L 1-2

03/09/2019 at MIN

L 0-3

04/20/2019 at KC 04/24/2019 at SEA 06/29/2019 at LA

W 4-1 T 2-2 W 3-0

03/30/2019 at LFC 03/30/2019 at LFC

L 0-5 L 0-5

TEAM LOW GAMES (2019) Shots 5 06/01/2019 vs Shots on Goal 1 06/01/2019 vs Fouls Committed 6 05/29/2019 vs Fouls Suffered 5 05/05/2019 vs Corner Kicks 0 03/03/2019 vs 0 06/01/2019 vs Offside 0 04/20/2019 vs 0 05/12/2019 vs 0 06/01/2019 vs 0 08/04/2019 vs 0 08/10/2019 vs 0 08/14/2019 vs Saves 0 08/14/2019 vs Shots Faced 2 03/17/2019 vs 2 03/30/2019 vs 2 07/06/2019 vs 2 08/14/2019 vs

HOU

T 1-1

HOU

T 1-1

LA

L 0-2

ATL

L 0-3

LFC HOU

L 1-2 T 1-1

SJ DC HOU SEA RSL ORL

L L T W L L

ORL

L 0-1

COL MTL CHI ORL

T W W L

1-4 0-1 1-1 3-2 1-2 0-1

1-1 7-1 1-0 0-1

TEAM LOW GAMES (2019)

KC CHI

W 4-1 W 4-1

KC CHI TOR DAL

W W W T

LA VAN

W 3-1 W 3-1

LA

W 3-1

TOR

W 2-1

HOU

L 1-2

LA

W 3-1

LA

W 3-1

KC SEA LA

W 4-1 T 2-2 W 3-0

LFC

L 0-5

LFC

L 0-5

4-1 4-1 2-1 2-2

Shots 6 03/30/2019 at Shots on Goal 1 03/16/2019 at 1 05/04/2019 at Fouls Committed 3 06/29/2019 at Fouls Suffered 9 03/16/2019 at 9 04/27/2019 at 9 06/08/2019 at Corner Kicks 0 05/26/2019 at Offside 0 04/20/2019 at 0 04/24/2019 at 0 05/26/2019 at 0 06/26/2019 at 0 07/20/2019 at Saves 0 05/11/2019 at 0 07/12/2019 at 0 07/20/2019 at 0 08/03/2019 at Shots Faced 1 06/26/2019 at 1 07/12/2019 at 1 07/20/2019 at 1 08/03/2019 at

LFC

L 0-5

NYR CIN

L 1-4 W 1-0

LA

W 3-0

NYR DAL DAL

L 1-4 T 0-0 T 2-2

TOR

W 2-1

KC SEA TOR HOU VAN

W T W W W

4-1 2-2 2-1 2-0 3-1

NE LA VAN CLB

L W W T

1-3 3-1 3-1 1-1

HOU LA VAN CLB

W W W T

2-0 3-1 3-1 1-1

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2019 SPORTING KANSAS CITY VS. SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES (0-1-0) UNF 21 5 8 29 11 9 20 6 12 13 10 7 2 3

POS M D M G M F F M F M M F D D

PLAYER

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

CP

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1

90 15 90 90 28 90 33 62 90 57 90 90 90 75 90 90

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

1 0 1 0 0 5 0 1 2 1 1 3 0 2 17 14

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 7 7

1 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 12 9

0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 9 12

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 5 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Felipe Gutierrez Matt Besler Graham Zusi Tim Melia Kelyn Rowe Krisztian Nemeth Daniel Salloi Ilie Sanchez Gerso Fernandes Gianluca Busio Yohan Croizet Johnny Russell Botond Barath Abdul Rwatubyaye Team totals Opponent totals

GAME-WINNING GOALS: None GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: None PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Krisztian Nemeth 0-1, Felipe Gutierrez 1-1

UNF 29

POS G

GOALKEEPER Tim Melia Team totals Opponent totals

GP

GS

1 1 1

1 1 1

MIN SHT 90 90 90

7 7 7

SV

GA

GAA

PG

PA

W

L

T

SO

O'TIME

3 3 6

4 4 1

4.00 4.00 1.00

0 0 1

0 0 2

0 0 1

1 1 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

2019 SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES VS. SPORTING KANSAS CITY (1-0-0) UNF 9 7 6 20 14 8 31 22 23 24 33 93 10 17

POS F M M M M F D M M D D M F G

PLAYER

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

CP

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1

80 90 90 90 90 10 90 70 90 90 10 20 80 90 90 90

2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

4 5 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 14 17

2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 7 7

1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 9 12

1 2 1 2 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 12 9

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 5

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Danny Hoesen Magnus Eriksson Shea Salinas Anibal Godoy Jackson Yueill Chris Wondolowski Harold Cummings Tommy Thompson Florian Jungwirth Nick Lima Paul Marie Judson Cristian Espinoza Daniel Vega Team totals Opponent totals

GAME-WINNING GOALS: None GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: None PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Krisztian Nemeth 0-1, Felipe Gutierrez 1-1

UNF 17

POS G

GOALKEEPER Daniel Vega Team totals Opponent totals

GP

GS

1 1 1

1 1 1

MIN SHT 90 90 90

7 7 7

SV

GA

GAA

PG

PA

W

L

T

SO

O'TIME

6 6 3

1 1 4

1.00 1.00 4.00

1 1 0

2 2 0

1 1 0

0 0 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

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HEAD-TO-HEAD

EARTHQUAKES VS SPORTING KC ALL-TIME REGULAR-SEASON RESULTS

Earthquakes

Sporting KC

Sporting KC 26 wins, 78 goals Earthquakes 25 wins, 77 goals 8 ties 4/21/1996 5/29/1996 8/15/1996 9/21/1996 3/29/1997 6/8/1997 6/15/1997 8/24/1997 5/23/1998 7/25/1998 9/5/1998 9/27/1998 4/10/1999 7/31/1999 9/4/1999 10/6/1999 4/15/2000 5/20/2000 7/4/2000 8/16/2000 4/28/2001 6/23/2001 9/1/2001 9/8/2001 4/13/2002 6/8/2002 6/29/2002 7/27/2002 4/19/2003 6/28/2003 8/8/2003 9/20/2003 11/15/2003 6/26/2004 8/14/2004 9/18/2004 10/9/2004 10/24/2004 10/30/2004 4/23/2005 5/28/2005 8/30/2008 10/18/2008 4/5/2009 8/22/2009 8/14/2010 10/23/2010 6/17/2011 10/1/2011 5/27/2012 8/18/2013 3/22/2014 8/19/2015 10/16/2015 4/24/2016 9/24/2016 10/23/2016 3/18/2017 6/17/2017 3/17/2018 9/15/2018 4/20/2019

KC SJ KC SJ KC KC SJ KC SJ SJ KC SJ SJ KC SJ SJ KC KC SJ KC KC SJ SJ KC KC SJ SJ KC SJ SJ SJ SJ SJ SJ SJ KC SJ SJ KC SJ KC SJ KC KC SJ SJ KC KC SJ KC SJ KC SJ SJ SJ KC KC KC SJ KC KC SJ

3 2 4 1 3 3 3 3 1 2 5 2 2 3 2 1 2 2 0 3 0 2 3 1 2 3 2 2 1 0 1 4 3 1 2 1 0 2 3 3 1 2 3 2 1 1 4 1 1 2 1 1 5 1 1 2 2 2 0 3 5 4

at vs vs at vs at at at at vs vs vs at vs vs vs vs vs vs at vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs at at vs vs at vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs vs at vs vs at vs vs vs vs at vs

SJ KC SJ KC SJ SJ KC SJ KC KC SJ KC KC SJ KC KC SJ SJ KC SJ SJ KC KC SJ SJ KC KC SJ KC KC KC KC KC KC KC SJ KC KC SJ KC SJ KC SJ SJ KC KC SJ SJ KC SJ KC SJ KC KC KC SJ SJ SJ KC SJ SJ KC

2 1 1 0 2 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 1

KC SOW

SJ SOW KC SOW

KC SOW SJ SOW

SJ SOW KC SOW

(2OT) (2OT)

(2OT) (2OT)

(2OT)

(SJ) (SJ) (KC) (KC) (KC) (SJ) (KC) (SJ) (KC) (SJ) (KC) (SJ) (KC) (KC) (SJ) (SJ) (KC) (KC) (SJ) (SJ) (KC) (SJ) (SJ) (KC) (KC) (SJ) (SJ) (KC) (SJ) (SJ) (KC) (KC) (SJ) (SJ) (KC) (KC) (SJ) (SJ) (KC) (SJ) (KC) (BS) (CA) (CA) (BS) (BS) (CA) (SP) (BS) (SP) (BS) (SP) (SP) (AS) (AS) (AS) (SP) (SP) (AS) (SP) (AS) (AS)

Category Goals Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Offsides Corner Kicks

1 31 339 140 436 87 139

2 43 366 154 414 70 160

OT 0 6 3 1 0 1

Tot 74 711 297 851 157 300

1 33 366 156 394 74 149

2 41 390 168 392 78 157

OT 0 4 2 2 0 0

Tot 74 760 326 788 152 306

GOALS SCORED IN 15-MINUTE INTERVALS: KC SJ

1-15

16-30

31-45

46-60

61-75

76-90

OT

Total

6 10

12 10

13 11

13 13

9 10

21 20

0 0

74 74

CAREER COACHING RECORDS: Matias Almeyda Peter Vermes

vs. KC vs. SJ

1-0-0 9-7-2

(3 pts./game) (1.61 pts./game)

ALL-TIME SERIES LEADERS: Goals Assists Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Committed Fouls Suffered Wins Losses Shutouts Saves Goals Allowed

10 9 80 37 43 50 5 7 7 74 18

Sporting KC Preki Preki Preki Preki Matt McKeon Preki Meola/Melia Tony Meola Tony Meola Tony Meola Tony Meola

10 5 47 25 36 45 8 6 9 73 14

Earthquakes Ronald Cerritos Corrales/Mulrooney Ronald Cerritos Ronald Cerritos Ramiro Corrales Richard Mulrooney Joe Cannon Joe Cannon Joe Cannon Joe Cannon Joe Cannon

ALL-TIME SERIES GAME HIGHS: Goals

Sporting KC 3 Diop/Radosavljevic

Assists Shots

2 9 players tied 8 Preki (07/31/99)

Shots on Goal Fouls Committed Fouls Suffered Shutouts Saves Goals Allowed

4 6 7 1 9 5

6 players tied 3 players tied Arnaud/Wright 17 players tied Ammann/Meola Tim Melia (08/19/15)

Earthquakes 3 Landon Donovan (09/20/03) 3 Eric Wynalda (06/15/97) 8 Landon Donovan (08/14/04) 4 3 players tied 6 Mullan/Godoy 8 Eddie Lewis (10/06/99) 1 21 players tied 10 Joe Cannon (10/18/08) 5 Kirk/Tarbell

W-L-T Breakdowns: Sporting Kansas City W-L-T At Halftime: Leading Tied Trailing First Goal: Allowed Scored Goals Scored: 0 goals 1 goals 2 goals 3 goals 4 goals Goals Allowed: 0 goals 1 goals 2 goals 3 goals 4 goals

Streak (started)

San Jose Earthquakes W-L-T

Streak (started)

6-1-2 1-3-3 0-7-2

4 Ws 1 Ls 6 Ls

(05/26/2019) (08/10/2019) (05/05/2019)

8-1-3 2-3-1 1-4-1

1 Ts (08/03/2019) 1 Ws (07/06/2019) 1 Ls (08/10/2019)

0-9-3 7-2-4

8 Ls 1 Ls

(05/05/2019) (08/10/2019)

3-6-1 8-2-3

1 Ls (08/10/2019) 1 Ts (08/03/2019)

0-6-0 2-5-4 1-0-2 3-0-0 1-0-1

8 Ls 2 Ls 2 Ts 7 Ws 1 Ts

(06/30/2018) (07/26/2019) (04/14/2019) (03/17/2018) (04/27/2019)

0-2-1 2-6-2 2-0-2 5-0-0 2-0-0

1 1 1 5 3

Ts Ls Ws Ws Ws

(04/27/2019) (08/10/2019) (06/26/2019) (04/06/2019) (08/29/2018)

4-0-0 1-2-4 2-5-2 0-2-0 0-2-1

10 Ws 1 Ls 1 Ls 5 Ls 1 Ls

(08/04/2018) (08/14/2019) (08/10/2019) (07/14/2018) (07/03/2019)

5-0-1 6-0-2 0-3-2 0-3-0 0-2-0

4 1 1 5 5

Ws Ts Ls Ls Ls

(05/04/2019) (08/03/2019) (08/10/2019) (09/29/2018) (06/09/2018)

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SPORTING KC CAREER SCORING VS. EARTHQUAKES (26-25-8) PLAYER

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

Preki Mo Johnston Davy Arnaud Felipe Gutierrez Birahim Diop Chris Klein Benny Feilhaber Graham Zusi Gerso Fernandes Claudio Lopez Vitalis Takawira Chris Brown Chris Henderson CJ Sapong Dom Dwyer Miklos Molnar Mark Chung Stephen Armstrong Francisco Gomez Paul Wright Sean Bowers Herculez Gomez Jack Jewsbury Kei Kamara Uche Okafor Ike Opara Yari Allnutt Teal Bunbury Jose Burciaga Jr. Kevin Ellis Dario Fabbro Vicente Figueroa Diego Gutierrez Aaron Hohlbein Roy Lassiter Matt McKeon Krisztian Nemeth Alan Prampin Ilie Sanchez Scott Sealy Igor Simutenkov Peter Vermes Michael Harrington Frank Klopas Mike Sorber Ryan Tinsley Kerry Zavagnin Mike Ammann Peter Byaruhanga Eric Eichmann Roger Espinoza Nick Garcia Gary Glasgow Richard Gough Jonathan Leathers Chance Myers Paulo Nagamura Craig Rocastle Diego Rubio Johnny Russell Daniel Salloi Abe Thompson Team totals Opponent totals

26 17 17 3 2 26 9 15 5 4 11 19 8 5 8 2 10 6 18 12 13 3 11 5 16 8 1 5 7 4 2 5 15 2 3 18 4 3 5 2 8 9 5 5 2 7 20 7 1 2 13 22 4 2 2 8 6 2 3 3 2 1 59 59

24 16 15 3 2 24 9 12 4 4 7 12 7 2 8 2 10 3 14 9 13 3 7 3 14 5 0 3 7 4 2 4 13 2 3 15 3 1 5 2 7 9 4 5 2 7 19 7 1 1 10 22 2 2 2 7 5 1 0 2 1 1 59 59

2140 1451 1364 263 180 2114 773 1088 363 357 638 1175 658 234 705 179 900 402 1120 790 1143 270 747 290 1328 482 45 308 614 360 147 298 1182 176 256 1376 281 100 422 118 556 820 426 379 180 616 1753 630 78 91 916 1968 190 180 180 615 399 135 38 205 120 45 5310 5310

10 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 78 77

9 2 2 2 0 6 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 4 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 78 88

SHT GOALKEEPER

GP

MIN

80 25 27 8 4 26 9 24 11 12 8 21 12 6 20 10 17 9 30 13 5 7 13 11 4 6 1 16 6 3 2 4 16 2 5 16 12 2 6 3 21 6 0 4 1 1 7 0 1 0 16 4 3 1 0 3 5 0 0 7 0 0 763 715

2 5 3 17 7 4 2 10 7 2 1 59 59

180 450 270 1570 630 360 180 900 630 91 90 5310 5310

Eric Kronberg Jimmy Nielsen Garth Lagerwey Tony Meola Bo Oshoniyi Kevin Hartman Chris Snitko Tim Melia Mike Ammann David Winner Pat Harrington Team totals Opponent totals

SHT

GAA

PG

5 4 0.50 17 13 0.80 22 18 1.00 93 74 1.03 37 24 1.14 18 13 1.25 9 6 1.50 49 33 1.60 34 21 1.71 4 2 1.98 10 7 2.00 298 215 1.24 327 238 1.24

SV

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 5

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EARTHQUAKES CAREER SCORING VS. SPORTING KC (25-26-8) PLAYER

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

GOALKEEPER

GP

Ronald Cerritos Chris Wondolowski Eric Wynalda Landon Donovan Dwayne De Rosario Danny Hoesen Ariel Graziani Richard Mulrooney Shea Salinas Anibal Godoy Cordell Cato Simon Dawkins Eddie Robinson Mauricio Solis Ramiro Corrales Brian Ching Brian Mullan Jeff Baicher Magnus Eriksson Christopher Sullivan Arturo Alvarez John Doyle Lawrence Lozzano Alejandro Sequeira Braeden Cloutier Jimmy Conrad Oscar Draguicevich Paul Holocher Darren Huckerby Ben Iroha Florian Jungwirth Vako Qazaishvili Scott Sealy Mauricio Wright Eddie Lewis Wade Barrett Steven Beitashour Ronnie Ekelund Ryan Johnson Victor Mella Jorge Rodas Istvan Urbanyi Francisco Uribe Junior Agogo Fatai Alashe Quincy Amarikwa Victor Bernardez Scott Bower Bobby Convey Brad Davis Geovanni Todd Dunivant Michael Emenalo Luis Felipe Henok Goitom Manny Lagos Francisco Lima Zico Ronnie O'Brien James Riley Ian Russell Dave Salzwedel Khari Stephenson Craig Waibel Jackson Yueill Team totals Opponent totals

16 16 9 12 13 5 4 24 14 8 7 7 6 4 23 8 9 11 3 3 9 19 4 3 6 12 7 1 4 4 4 2 4 6 13 16 4 14 6 5 4 2 2 3 7 6 8 6 5 2 1 7 7 1 1 10 2 1 1 2 18 5 5 7 4 59 59

16 14 9 10 8 3 4 22 7 8 6 6 6 4 20 7 9 8 3 1 5 18 4 3 4 11 6 1 4 3 4 2 2 6 11 14 4 13 3 5 3 2 2 2 6 4 8 3 5 2 1 6 6 1 0 8 2 0 1 2 12 5 5 7 1 59 59

1404 1277 785 996 736 291 329 1994 761 703 536 572 465 338 1871 652 830 642 259 151 475 1578 326 231 365 984 476 90 318 305 344 163 204 540 988 1273 360 1081 314 433 310 180 175 171 530 296 720 244 450 173 90 563 578 90 86 651 180 11 90 180 1078 450 404 650 138 5310 5310

10 9 6 6 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77 78

3 1 4 2 4 1 0 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 5 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 88 78

47 40 26 30 25 9 8 27 9 7 5 15 2 8 32 16 11 11 10 1 14 15 7 7 8 4 5 2 4 7 4 6 4 5 14 4 4 14 7 5 11 4 4 3 6 5 3 5 4 3 3 2 4 0 3 13 0 0 4 1 9 0 11 2 1 715 763

Pat Onstad David Bingham Joe Cannon David Kramer Daniel Vega Jon Conway Dave Salzwedel Jon Busch Andy Kirk Tom Liner Andrew Tarbell Team totals Opponent totals

9 7 16 4 1 5 5 6 2 2 2 59 59

MIN SHTS 830 630 1460 360 90 450 450 540 180 180 180 5310 5310

GAA

PG

56 46 0.76 24 18 0.86 90 73 0.86 18 12 1.00 7 6 1.00 28 19 1.40 34 24 1.40 28 18 1.50 15 10 2.50 13 6 3.00 14 6 4.00 327 238 1.24 298 215 1.24

SV

0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 5 3

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CURRENT SPORTING KC VS. EARTHQUAKES (26-25-8)

CURRENT EARTHQUAKES VS. SPORTING KC (25-26-8)

PLAYER

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

PLAYER

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

Benny Feilhaber Felipe Gutierrez Rodney Wallace Graham Zusi Gerso Fernandes Erik Hurtado Krisztian Nemeth Ilie Sanchez Roger Espinoza Johnny Russell Daniel Salloi Botond Barath Matt Besler Gianluca Busio Yohan Croizet Jimmy Medranda Tim Melia Seth Sinovic Team totals Opponent totals

14 3 11 15 5 11 5 5 13 3 2 1 16 2 3 5 11 13 59 59

13 3 10 12 4 5 4 5 10 2 1 1 15 1 2 2 10 13 59 59

1159 263 896 1088 363 524 351 422 916 205 120 90 1243 64 163 191 912 1069 5310 5310

3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 78 77

3 2 1 3 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 78 88

18 8 19 24 11 12 13 6 16 7 0 0 1 2 3 2 0 6 763 715

Chris Wondolowski Danny Hoesen Shea Salinas Magnus Eriksson Florian Jungwirth Vako Qazaishvili Luis Felipe Jackson Yueill Harold Cummings Cristian Espinoza Guram Kashia Nick Lima Paul Marie Andrew Tarbell Judson Tommy Thompson Daniel Vega Team totals Opponent totals

18 5 16 3 4 2 1 4 2 1 1 5 1 2 1 6 1 59 59

14 3 9 3 4 2 1 1 2 1 1 5 0 2 0 3 1 59 59

1283 291 916 259 344 163 90 138 180 80 90 450 10 180 20 256 90 5310 5310

9 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77 78

1 1 3 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 88 78

41 9 11 10 4 6 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 715 763

GOALKEEPER

GP

MIN

SV

GAA

PG

GAA

PG

Tim Melia Team totals Opponent totals

11 59 59

912 5310 5310

49 33 1.58 298 215 1.24 327 238 1.24

2 3 5

7 6 1.00 14 6 4.00 327 238 1.24 298 215 1.24

1 1 5 3

SHT

GOALKEEPER

GP

Daniel Vega Andrew Tarbell Team totals Opponent totals

1 2 59 59

MIN SHTS 90 180 5310 5310

SV

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2019 REGULAR SEASON TEAM STATS SPORTING KANSAS CITY

Saturday, August 17, 2019 Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. CT Children’s Mercy Park (Kansas City, KS) MLS Regular Season Game 26 Sporting Kansas City 7-11-7, 28 points (4-5-3 home; 3-6-4 away) 10th in MLS Western Conference San Jose Earthquakes 11-8-5, 38 points (8-3-2 home; 3-5-3 away) 6th in MLS Western Conference

7-11-7 (28 pts.) 25 10th in West 37 1.48 30 44 1.76 -7 358 (127) 35.5% 313 310 55 4

English TV: FOX Sports KC + English Radio: Sports Radio 810 WHB Spanish Radio: ESPN Deportes 1480 AM Referee: Assistant ref: Assistant ref: 4th official: VAR:

Drew Fischer Brian Poeschel Jeremy Kieso Alejandro Mariscal Jose Carlos Rivero

SPORTING KANSAS CITY ROSTER

No. 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 28 29 30 36 75 94

Pos. GK DEF DEF DEF MID FWD DEF FWD MID FWD MID DEF DEF DEF MID GK FWD FWD MID DEF FWD MID DEF MID GK MID DEF MID MID

Name Adrian Zendejas Botond Barath Andreu Fontas Matt Besler Ilie Sanchez Johnny Russell Graham Zusi Krisztian Nemeth Yohan Croizet Gerso Fernandes Gianluca Busio Nicolas Hasler Seth Sinovic Graham Smith Roger Espinoza Eric Dick Erik Hurtado Daniel Salloi Felipe Gutierrez Rodney Wallace Tyler Freeman Gedion Zelalem Jaylin Lindsey Cameron Duke Tim Melia Benny Feilhaber Luis Martins Wan Kuzain Wan Kamal Jimmy Medranda

Pronunciation zen-DAY-haas BOH-tond buh-RAT ahn-DRAY-oo BEEZ-ler ILL-ee-eh

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES

RECORD GAMES PLAYED CONFERENCE POSITION GOALS GOALS/GAME ASSISTS GOALS ALLOWED ALLOWED/GAME GOAL DIFFERENTIAL SHOTS (ON GOAL) ON GOAL % FOULS COMMITTED FOULS SUFFERED CAUTIONS EJECTIONS

11-8-5 (38 pts.) 24 6th in West 41 1.71 35 36 1.50 +5 413 (137) 33.2% 301 303 52 2

2019 REGULAR SEASON INDIVIDUAL LEADERS SPORTING KANSAS CITY

gram ZOO-see KRIS-tee-ON NEY-muth CRAH-zay JER-soh jahn-LUKA BOO-see-oh HAZZ-ler sin-OH-vick her-TAH-doh shallow-EE feh-LEE-pay

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Felipe Gutierrez Gerso, Russell Felipe Gutierrez Felipe Gutierrez Six Players Gerso Fernandes Felipe Gutierrez Felipe Gutierrez Felipe Gutierrez Roger Espinoza

10 GOALS 5 ASSISTS 54 SHOTS 26 SHOTS ON GOAL 1 GAME-WINNING GOALS 3 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS 46 FOULS COMMITTED 43 FOULS SUFFERED 8 CAUTIONS 2 EJECTIONS

Tim Melia 2160 Tim Melia 1.79 Tim Melia 7 Tim Melia 4 Tim Melia 77

2019 MLS REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES

GK MINUTES PLAYED GOALS AGAINST AVG. WINS SHUTOUTS SAVES

9 Chris Wondolowski 9 Cristian Espinoza 80 Vako 27 Vako 3 Three Players 5 Cristian Espinoza 32 Judson 50 Magnus Eriksson 7 Tommy Thompson 1 Espinoza, Lopez 2160 Daniel Vega 1.50 Daniel Vega 11 Daniel Vega 6 Daniel Vega 66 Daniel Vega

COACHES - REGULAR SEASON

Eastern Conference 1. Philadelphia Union 2. Atlanta United FC 3. D.C. United 4. New York City FC 5. New York Red Bulls 6. New England Revolution 7. Montreal Impact 8. Orlando City SC 9. Toronto FC 10. Chicago Fire 11. Columbus Crew SC 12. FC Cincinnati

Pts 45 42 39 38 37 34 33 33 33 30 26 18

W L T 13 7 6 13 9 3 10 7 9 10 5 8 11 10 4 9 9 7 10 13 3 9 11 6 9 10 6 7 11 9 7 14 5 5 17 3

GD +10 +13 +2 +10 +5 -7 -11 0 -2 0 -12 -32

GP 26 25 26 23 25 25 26 26 25 27 26 25

Western Conference 1. Los Angeles FC 2. Minnesota United FC 3. LA Galaxy 4. Real Salt Lake 5. Seattle Sounders FC 6. San Jose Earthquakes 7. Portland Timbers 8. FC Dallas 9. Houston Dynamo 10. Sporting Kansas City 11. Colorado Rapids 12. Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Pts 55 41 40 40 39 38 37 36 30 28 26 24

W L T 17 3 4 12 8 5 13 11 1 12 9 4 11 8 6 11 8 5 11 9 4 10 10 6 9 13 3 7 11 7 7 13 5 5 12 9

GD +40 +4 +7 +5 -5 +3 +5 +4 -6 -6 -8 -19

GP 24 25 25 25 25 24 24 26 25 25 25 26

PETER VERMES 11th season 140-110-89 11th season (.544) 140-110-89 (.544)

MATIAS ALMEYDA

MLS EXPERIENCE MLS RECORD YEAR WITH TEAM RECORD WITH TEAM

1st season 11-8-5 (.563) 1st season 11-8-5 (.563)

SPORTING KANSAS CITY INJURY REPORT As of Thursday, August 15 QUESTIONABLE: • Botond Barath (Back Injury) • Gerso Fernandes (Ankle Injury) • Krisztian Nemeth (Abdominal Injury) OUT: • Rodney Wallace (Hip Injury) • Adrian Zendejas (Back Injury)

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Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #SKCvSJ: HEAD-TO-HEAD

#SKCvSJ: BY THE NUMBERS

Sporting KC returns home this weekend to take on the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday, Aug. 17 at Children’s Mercy Park following a quick turnaround from Wednesday’s loss in Orlando. Sporting saw a six-game unbeaten streak against the Earthquakes snapped in the earlier meeting this season, and the side has now gone 5-1-1 since late 2016 against San Jose. All-time, Sporting is 26-25-8 against San Jose, and 20-8-1 at home. The last time San Jose visited Children’s Mercy Park, Sporting KC claimed a nervy 3-2 victory on March 17, 2018 behind goals from Ilie Sanchez, his first for the club, Graham Zusi and Felipe Gutierrez. In the earlier meeting this season, San Jose cruised to a 4-1 victory at Avaya Stadium on April 20, 2019. Danny Hoesen scored twice in the first half before Krisztian Nemeth missed a penalty. In the second period, Shea Salinas and Magnus Eriksson made it 4-0 to the hosts before Felipe Gutierrez pulled one back from the spot. #SKCvSJ: Recent Meetings (SKC leads 26-25-8 in regular season) Date

04/20/2019 09/15/2018 03/17/2018 06/17/2017 03/18/2017

Score

KC 1 at SJ 4 KC 5 at SJ 1 KC 3 vs SJ 2 KC 0 at SJ 0 KC 2 vs SJ 1

Sporting KC Team Notes • Sporting sit nine points below the seventh and final Western Conference playoff spot with nine matches remaining. • Sporting have a 2-5-1 home record since April 14, having gone 29-3-13 at Children’s Mercy Park from June 2016 through March 2019. • Sporting’s five home losses (4-5-3) are tied for the second-most in MLS. • Sporting’s five road losses (3-5-4) are tied for the second-fewest in the Western Conference. • Sporting are 0-9-3 this season when conceding the first goal of the match and 0-7-2 when trailing at halftime. • Sporting’s eight-year playoff streak is the third-longest active run in MLS behind Seattle (10 years) and the New York Red Bulls (nine years). Sporting KC Player Notes • Midfielder Felipe Gutierrez has become the fourth midfielder in club history to hit double-digit goals in a single regular season. He leads the team with 10 league goals in 2019. • Forward Johnny Russell leads MLS with four goals from outside the box and is one of two MLS players, alongside D.C. United’s Wayne Rooney, with two goals from direct free kicks. • Forward Gerso Fernandes is tied for second in MLS with three penalty kicks won.

Result Details L W W T W

Gutierrez nets penalty in second half for consolation goal Gutierrez, Gerso (2), Opara and Nemeth tally in domination Ilie, Zusi and Gutierrez tally in narrow victory SKC dominates but can’t score despite late Zusi chance Feilhaber scores stunner before late Bingham own goal

#SKCvSJ: PLAYER HISTORY

San Jose Earthquakes Team Notes • After starting the season 1-5-0, San Jose has gone 10-3-5 since April 20. • San Jose leads MLS with 13.9 chances created per game. • San Jose ranks second in MLS with 17.2 shots per game but ranks 21st in shot conversion rate at 9.9%. • San Jose ranks second in MLS in both passing accuracy (84.5%) and possession (58.4%). • San Jose is tied for second in MLS with seven goals in the first 15 minutes of matches.

• Defender Graham Zusi has two goals and three assists against San Jose. He scored the second goal in a 2-0 victory at Children’s Mercy Park on Oct. 23, 2016 which clinched a berth in the MLS Cup Playoffs for Sporting KC, before adding another goal in the 3-2 home win on March 17, 2018. He provided the game-winning assist in a 1-0 home win on June 17, 2011 and recorded another in a 2-1 win at Children’s Mercy Park on May 27, 2012. His most recent assist came in the 2-1 home win on March 18, 2017. • Midfielder Benny Feilhaber has three goals and three assists against San Jose, with two goals and three assists coming with Sporting KC - a goal and three assists in 2016 and another goal in 2017. His other goal came for the New England Revolution in 2011. • Midfielder Felipe Gutierrez has three goals and two assists against San Jose. He netted the game-winning goal in the 3-2 home win on March 17, 2018 before putting up a stunning one goal, two assist performance in a 5-1 road win on Sept. 15, 2018. He also netted a penalty in a 4-1 road loss on April 20, 2019. • Winger Gerso Fernandes has two goals and two assists against the Earthquakes, tallying all four of those in the 5-1 road victory on Sept. 15, 2018 where he also scored the game-winner. • Midfielder Ilie Sanchez has one goal against San Jose, scoring his first goal for the club from the penalty spot in the 3-2 home win on March 17, 2018. • Forward Krisztian Nemeth has scored once against the Earthquakes, tallying his first goal since returning for his second stint at the club in a 5-1 road victory on Sept. 15, 2018. • Midfielder Roger Espinoza has tallied one assist against the Earthquakes, setting up Graham Zusi’s strike in the 3-2 home win on March 17, 2018. • Forward Johnny Russell has one assist against San Jose, coming on the game-winner in the 3-2 home win on March 17, 2018. • Forward Daniel Salloi has recorded one assist against the Earthquakes, helping set up Felipe Gutierrez’s game-winner in the 3-2 home win on March 17, 2018. • Goalkeeper Tim Melia is 5-4-1 all-time against the San Jose Earthquakes in the regular season, posting a 1.58 goals against average and two shutouts. • Defender Rodney Wallace has three goals and an assist against San Jose, all coming as a member of the Portland Timbers. His three goals came in back-toback games as he scored both goals in a 2-1 road win on Oct. 4, 2014 and then bagged the game-winner in a 3-0 home win four days later on Oct. 8, 2014. His assist came in 2012. • Forward Erik Hurtado has one goal and one assist against San Jose, both coming as a member of the Vancouver Whitecaps in the same game, a 3-2 road defeat on March 11, 2017.

San Jose Earthquakes Player Notes • Forward Chris Wondolowski, the all-time MLS scoring leader with 153 regular season goals, has a team-best nine goals in 2019. He has bagged at least 10 goals every year since 2010. • Midfielder Magnus Eriksson is tied for second in MLS with 75 chances created. • Midfielder Cristian Espinoza is tied for second in MLS with five game-winning assists. • Midfielder Vako ranks fifth in MLS with 80 shot attempts.

NOTEWORTHY MILESTONES • Midfielder Ilie Sanchez is 83 minutes shy of reaching 10,000 minutes in all competitions for Sporting KC. • Winger Gerso Fernandes is two appearances shy of reaching 100 in all competitions for Sporting KC.

#SKCvSJ: PLAYER/COACH CONNECTIONS

SPORTING KC SOCIAL MEDIA PROPERTIES

• Defenders Matt Besler and Graham Zusi, along with midfielder Benny Feilhaber have all been teammates of Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski for the U.S. Men’s National Team since 2011. • Defender Botond Barath played alongside San Jose midfielder Anibal Godoy in Hungary at Budapest Honved from 2013-2015. • Midfielder Felipe Gutierrez played against San Jose forward Danny Hoesen while the pair were playing in the Netherlands: Gutierrez for FC Twente and Hoesen for first Ajax and then Groningen. Gutierrez also faced off against the Earthquakes’ Vako Qazaishvili while he was playing at Vitesse Arnhem. • Homegrown midfielder Gianluca Busio has been teammates with San Jose’s Gilbert Fuentes on the U.S. Under-15 and Under-17 National Teams.

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Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes HOMESTAND UPCOMING

SPORTING KANSAS CITY NEWS AND NOTES

SINOVIC REACHES 200-CLUB MILESTONE

Following their 1-0 defeat on the road to Orlando City SC on Wednesday night at Exploria Stadium, Sporting Kansas City will now close out the month of August with home games against the San Jose Earthquakes (Aug. 17), Minnesota United FC (Aug. 22) and the Houston Dynamo (Aug. 31). Sporting are next on the road when the side heads to Providence Park to take on the Portland Timbers on Sept. 7.

Ten-year MLS veteran Seth Sinovic, a Kansas City native now in his ninth season with his hometown team Sporting Kansas City, logged his 200th MLS regular season start for Sporting on Wednesday night as his side fell to a 1-0 defeat against Orlando City SC at Exploria Stadium. In doing so, Sinovic becomes the eighth Sporting Kansas City player to start 200 regular season matches for the club and the fourth on the current roster, joining fellow Kansas Citian Matt Besler (269), Graham Zusi (230) and Roger Espinoza (209). With his start, he overtook Sporting legend Preki for eighth in all-time starts in the regular season, having previously sat in a tie on 199.

This upcoming stretch of home games gives Sporting an opportunity to make a late climb the Western Conference, as the side currently sits nine points out of the crucial seventh and final playoff spot in the West, currently held by the Portland Timbers. Sporting has 27 points up for grabs in their final nine games of the regular season. Sporting has struggled to maintain momentum throughout the season after a positive start when the side advanced to the Concacaf Champions League Semifinals before bowing out to eventual champions C.F. Monterrey. After winning back-to-back games in July against Chicago and Vancouver, the side then slipped to a home defeat to FC Dallas on July 20 to halt any progress up the table. Then, earlier this month, Sporting produced an impressive performance to defeat the Seattle Sounders on the road before again failing to capitalize with a home loss to Real Salt Lake last weekend.

In addition, Roger Espinoza’s 90-minute outing against Orlando also prompted a shuffle among Sporting’s all-time appearance leaders. The Honduran has now donned the Kansas City uniform 273 times across all competitions, moving into a tie for fourth place all-time alongside Nick Garcia and Davy Arnaud. Johnny Russell also made his 50th regular-season appearance with his start on Wednesday.

LUIS MARTINS MAKES SKC DEBUT

Freshly minted Sporting Kansas City left back Luis Martins made his debut for the club in Wednesday night’s 1-0 loss to Orlando City SC at Exploria Stadium, replacing Seth Sinovic in the 71st minute and playing the final 19 minutes of the game. Martins joined Sporting on Aug. 1 and showed glimpses of his attacking prowess during his brief cameo, while he was also shown a yellow card.

Time is at a premium for Sporting KC as it heads into the final stretch of the season, starting on Saturday when the side hosts the San Jose Earthquakes, a side Sporting has gone 26-25-8 against all-time, including a 20-8-1 mark at home.

QUAKES COME TO KC

Sporting Kansas City returns home to open up a three-game homestand this weekend when the San Jose Earthquakes visit Children’s Mercy Park for the second and final meeting between the two sides this regular season.

Born and raised in Lamego, Portugal, Martins developed as a youth player in the S.L. Benfica Academy and earned his first-team debut with a start in the UEFA Champions League group stage on Nov. 2, 2011, before spending most of 2012 with Benfica B in the Portuguese second division. Martins transferred to first-division club Gil Vicente in 2013 and amassed 40 Primeira Liga appearances over the next two years.

In the earlier contest this year, on April 20 at Avaya Stadium, the Earthquakes stunned Sporting with a commanding 4-1 victory. Danny Hoesen scored twice in the first half before Krisztian Nemeth missed a penalty before the halftime break. After the interval, Shea Salinas and Magnus Eriksson extended the San Jose lead before Felipe Gutierrez pulled a goal back from the spot. At the time, San Jose was 1-5-0, but have gone 10-3-5 since.

In September 2014, Martins signed with Granada CF in La Liga. His debut for the club came that month when he featured against eventual UEFA Champions League winners FC Barcelona in the renowned Camp Nou. While with Granada, Martins was loaned to fellow Spanish side Osasuna in 2015-16 and to Portuguese outfit C.S. Maritimo from 2016-2018. Martins spent the 2018-19 campaign with G.D. Chaves in the Portuguese top flight, where he played 20 matches in all competitions and scored one goal.

San Jose last visited Children’s Mercy Park early last year, on March 17, 2018. Sporting squeezed out a 3-2 victory behind goals from Ilie Sanchez, Graham Zusi and Felipe Gutierrez, while Vako and Chris Wondolowski tallied for the visiting ‘Quakes.

As a youth, Martins competed for the Portugal U-16s, U-17s and U-18s from 2008-2009. He then featured at the 2010 UEFA Under-19 Championship before competingat the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Colombia. He also started four qualifying matches for the 2015 UEFA Under-21 Championship.

Sporting holds a slender 26-25-8 lead in the all-time series against the Earthquakes. Sporting has gone 20-8-1 during games held in Kansas City, while Peter Vermes’ men have posted a 5-1-1 record against San Jose since late in the 2016 campaign previously a six-game unbeaten streak that was snapped earlier this year.

RUSSELL NETS FROM DISTANCE ONCE AGAIN

In an otherwise frustrating night at Children’s Mercy Park last Saturday, Johnny Russell treated Sporting Kansas City fans to a special moment in the 31st minute of the 2-1 home defeat to Real Salt Lake.

MEDRANDA EARNS FIRST MLS START SINCE MAY 2018

Sporting Kansas City utlity man Jimmy Medranda earned his first MLS start of the season during Wednesday night’s 1-0 loss to Orlando City SC at Exploria Stadium. Medranda started as the center forward for the first time in his Sporting career, logging the first 45 minutes before being replaced by Erik Hurtado at halftime.

Seconds after Felipe Gutierrez had drawn a foul just outside the penalty area, Russell stepped up and unleashed a thunderous free kick that beat RSL’s four-man wall and left goalkeeper Nick Rimando no chance.

Medranda was a pest for the Orlando backline with his high-press and energetic attacking movements, testing goalkeeper Brian Rowe with a stinging drive early on. Medranda has battled injuries for the better part of the last 18 months, undergoing surgery to repair a knee issue last August before returning to the field in late May 2019. The 25-year-old has made five appearances on the season, with the only other start coming in the U.S. Open Cup defeat to Minnesota on June 12.

With his latest stunner from beyond the penalty area, Russell now leads MLS with four goals from outside the box in 2019. He is also one of just two players, alongside D.C. United’s Wayne Rooney, to score twice from direct free kicks this season. Saturday’s goal from Russell was also Sporting’s 250th regular-season goal in Children’s Mercy Park history.

Medranda, who last started on the frontline on Oct. 15, 2017, has now made 102 appearances in all competitions for Sporting Kansas City, tallying five goals and seven assists since joining the club in 2013.

GUTIERREZ ENJOYING STELLAR SEASON

Sporting Kansas City midfielder Felipe Gutierrez has enjoyed a stellar 2019 campaign, registering 10 goals and two assists from central midfield. While Gutierrez missed a penalty in last Saturday’s 2-1 loss to Real Salt Lake, he recently had two goals in a thrilling 3-2 victory over Seattle Sounders FC at CenturyLink Field on Aug. 4. Gutierrez scored his first in the 12th minute with an expertly-taken low strike from a tight angle, before doubling Sporting’s lead from the penalty spot in the 33rd minute.

VERMES REACHES FIRST GAME ANNIVERSARY

On Aug. 4, 2009 the then Kansas City Wizards appointed technical director Vermes as interim head coach, before taking charge of his first game on Aug. 16, 2009 - a 2-0 loss to the Chicago Fire at CommunityAmerica Ballpark. A decade after taking the reigns, Vermes can claim the title as MLS’s longest tenured manager at one club and one of the winningest head coaches all-time. His accomplishments in KC have also come with the same two assistant coaches at his side: Kerry Zavagnin and Zoran Savic began their current roles in 2009.

Gutierrez took his team-leading MLS goal haul to 10 on the year and became just the fourth midfielder in club history to record 10 or more goals in a single regular season. He follows in the footsteps of the legendary Preki - who had four double-digit scoring seasons in Kansas City - plus Mark Chung and current teammate Benny Feilhaber, who notched 10 each in 1997 and 2015, respectively.

Now in his 11th season as manager, Vermes’ current tenure with Sporting is the longest uninterrupted head coaching spell in MLS history. His 140 regular-season wins are the fifth-most all-time, ranking third among active coaches. Vermes has won four major trophies at the helm: 2013 MLS Cup and U.S. Open Cup titles in 2012, 2015 and 2017.

Gutierrez, who has now converted five of his six penalty attempts in 2019, will look to add to his goal haul when Sporting hosts the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday evening.

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Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KANSAS CITY NEWS AND NOTES

SPORTING ACQUIRES ASSETS IN EXCHANGE FOR ROWE

2026 WORLD CUP HEADING TO NORTH AMERICA

Sporting will retain $171,856 of Rowe’s 2019 budget charge, while Real Salt Lake will be responsible for the remaining $100,000 of his budget charge in the 2019 season. Rowe is set to become a free agent at the conclusion of the 2019 MLS campaign.

The vote, which occurred a day before the start of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, also marks the first time three nations have been selected to co-host a FIFA World Cup and the first time the FIFA World Cup will be played in North America in 32 years. The United Bid offers FIFA and its 211 Member Associations unity, certainty, and opportunity as they prepare to host the largest FIFA World Cup in history.

Sporting Kansas City announced last Wednesday that the club has traded midfielder Kelyn Rowe to Real Salt Lake in exchange for $75,000 in Targeted Allocation Money and a 2019 international roster spot. The MLS secondary transfer window closed at 7 p.m. CT on Wednesday night, with the roster freeze set to take place on Aug. 30.

The United Bid of Canada, Mexico, and the United States was selected to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 by the 68th FIFA Congress in Moscow. Kansas City is one of 23 Candidate Host Cities in the United Bid.

Rowe, 27, joined Sporting ahead of the 2019 campaign after spending seven seasons with the New England Revolution. He started eight of 19 appearances this season in all competitions, recording two assists prior to his departure to Real Salt Lake on Wednesday.

With the FIFA Congress decision to award the 2026 FIFA World Cup, to the federations of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, the three nations will jointly manage preparations for the 2026 FIFA World Cup until FIFA establishes their operations to manage the competition. Among other decisions, FIFA will make the final selection of host cities for the 2026 competition from the 23 candidates proposed in the United Bid.

VERMES IN MIDST OF 11th SEASON

Entering his 11th season at the helm of Sporting KC, manager Peter Vermes looks to win more hardware and guide his side to yet another postseason appearance in 2019. Despite elimination from the Concacaf Champions League and the U.S. Open Cup, Sporting KC will still aim to win the MLS Cup.

Each of the United Bid’s 23 proposed stadiums are fully built, occupied and operational, ensuring long-term use following the 2026 World Cup. The United Bid has 150 existing world-class training facilities, millions of hotel rooms, and advanced infrastructure. The United Bid is expected to generate more than $14 billion in revenue and $11 billion in profits for FIFA, which will be shared with the 211 FIFA Member Associations, helping further develop and expand the game of football across the globe.

Vermes is the longest tenured coach that is currently in charge of a team in MLS, having led Sporting KC since 2009 - one year longer than Ben Olsen has been at the helm at D.C. United. Vermes became the longest tenured coach in MLS when then LA Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena took the U.S. National Team job in late 2016.

PLAYOFF STREAK REACHES EIGHT SEASONS

In 2018, Sporting KC continued its impressive streak of postseason appearances, becoming just the sixth club in MLS history to make at least eight straight trips to the MLS Cup Playoffs, while Manager Peter Vermes is now just the third coach to lead the same team to eight straight playoff appearances.

With almost 10 years of service at Sporting KC, Vermes is one of the longest serving managers in world soccer. Among all 18 leagues with an average attendance of 10,000+, Vermes ranks second, only behind 2. Bundesliga side FC Heidenheim’s Frank Schmidt (Sept. 17, 2007 - present). Among the top 51 leagues in the world as denoted by the CIES Football Observatory, Vermes’ tenure at Sporting KC ranks as the fifth longest active run.

LONGEST MLS PLAYOFF STREAKS Club Seasons LA Galaxy 10 (1996-2005) Seattle Sounders FC 10 (2009-2018) *active New York Red Bulls 9 (2010-2018) *active Sporting KC 8 (2011-2018) *active LA Galaxy 8 (2009-2016) NE Revolution 8 (2002-2009) Real Salt Lake 7 (2008-2014)

Vermes has guided Sporting KC to four titles under his watch, winning three Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cups in 2012, 2015 and 2017, and the MLS Cup in 2013. His trophy haul ranks as the second highest among active MLS coaches - only trailing Toronto FC’s Greg Vanney’s five championships. On a local level, Vermes’ 11 years with SKC is the second longest tenure by a head coach in the history of major KC professional sports behind Super Bowl champion and Pro Football Hall of Famer Hank Stram, who was Chiefs head coach from 1963-1974.

LONGEST MLS PLAYOFF STREAKS BY A COACH WITH THE SAME TEAM Coach Club Years Seasons Peter Vermes Sporting KC 8 2011-2018 (active) Bruce Arena LA Galaxy 8 2009-2016 Steve Nicol NE Revolution 8 2002-2009 Sigi Schmid Seattle Sounders 7 2009-2015 LA Galaxy 6 1999-2004 Jason Kreis Real Salt Lake 6 2008-2013

Vermes has compiled a 175-131-101 record in all competitions with Sporting KC, including a remarkable 20-7-3 mark in U.S. Open Cup contests. Vermes’ 140 wins in MLS regular-season action ranks fifth all-time and second among active coaches in MLS, trailing Los Angeles FC’s Bob Bradley.

RECORD-SETTING 2018

Sporting Kansas City enjoyed a historic 2018 season that saw the club set new records in multiple attacking categories. Most notably, the club shattered the franchise’s all-time goalscoring record by tallying 65 goals in 34 games, eclipsing the 61 goals the then Kansas City Wizards tallied in their inaugural season in 1996.

VERMES VERBATIM

See below for comments from Sporting KC Manager and Sporting Director Peter Vermes following the 1-0 loss to Orlando City SC at Exploria Stadium on Aug. 14.

As well as their overall goalscoring exploits, Sporting Kansas City also set new club records in five other offensive categories: Road Goals (31), Goal Difference (+25), Assists (69), Shots (583) and Corner Kicks (206).

Thoughts on the match: “We created a couple of good chances, we didn’t put them away. Outside of the goal they scored, they really didn’t have much of the game. We had two very, very good chances - one right on the doorstep, unfortunately we don’t put it in and we leave with nothing.”

Peter Vermes’ side also found multiple goals in 25 of the club’s 40 matches in all competitions last season and was only shutout seven times. Sporting KC finished the regular season as the fourth highest scoring team in MLS with 65 goals, while the side scored 79 goals when including the MLS Cup Playoffs and U.S. Open Cup play.

On looking ahead to Western Conference clash with San Jose: “We’ve got to take care of business against every team.”

Sporting had 16 different goalscorers last year in MLS play - which was tied for the second highest number of goalscorers across a single squad this season. In 2018, SKC found goals from Daniel Salloi (14), Johnny Russell (10), Diego Rubio (10), Felipe Gutierrez (7), Gerso Fernandes (6), Ilie Sanchez (5), Ike Opara (3), Yohan Croizet (3), Roger Espinoza (3), Khiry Shelton (2), Graham Zusi (2), Jimmy Medranda (2), Cristian Lobato (2), Wan Kuzain Wan Kamal (1), Krisztian Nemeth (1) and Gianluca Busio (1). The 6-0 triumph over Vancouver Whitecaps FC on April 20, 2018 tied club records for largest margin of victory and most goals scored in a competitive match. Sporting KC finished the year with 65 goals in 34 regular-season matches, having scored 40 in all of 2017. The last time Sporting KC hit six goals in an MLS match was on June 20, 1999.

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Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON RESULTS

ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON SERIES LEADERS

Sporting KC record vs. San Jose Earthquakes: 26-25-8 Home games: 20-8-1 (47 GF, 31 GA) Road games: 6-17-7 (27 GF, 43 GA) Date 04/21/1996 05/29/1996 08/15/1996 09/21/1996 03/29/1997 06/08/1997 06/15/1997 08/24/1997 05/23/1998 07/25/1998 09/05/1998 09/27/1998 04/10/1999 07/31/1999 09/04/1999 10/06/1999 04/15/2000 05/20/2000 07/04/2000 08/16/2000 04/28/2001 06/23/2001 09/01/2001 09/08/2001 04/13/2002 06/08/2002 06/29/2002 07/27/2002 04/19/2003 06/28/2003 08/08/2003 09/20/2003 06/26/2004 08/14/2004 09/18/2004 10/09/2004 04/23/2005 05/28/2005 08/30/2008 10/18/2008 04/05/2009 08/22/2009 08/14/2010 10/23/2010 06/17/2011 10/01/2011 05/27/2012 08/18/2013 03/22/2014 08/19/2015 10/16/2015 04/24/2016 09/24/2016 10/23/2016 03/18/2017 06/17/2017 03/17/2018 09/15/2018 04/20/2019

Score KC 2 at SJ 2 KC 1 at SJ 2 KC 4 vs SJ 1 KC 0 vs SJ 0 KC 2 vs SJ 2 KC 3 at SJ 2 KC 1 vs SJ 3 KC 2 at SJ 2 KC 0 vs SJ 1 KC 1 at SJ 1 KC 5 vs SJ 1 KC 0 at SJ 2 KC 1 vs SJ 1 KC 2 vs SJ 2 KC 0 at SJ 2 KC 0 at SJ 1 KC 2 vs SJ 0 KC 2 vs SJ 0 KC 0 at SJ 0 KC 3 at SJ 0 KC 0 vs SJ 0 KC 0 at SJ 2 KC 0 at SJ 3 KC 1 vs SJ 0 KC 2 vs SJ 0 KC 0 at SJ 3 KC 1 at SJ 2 KC 2 vs SJ 1 KC 1 at SJ 1 KC 0 at SJ 0 KC 0 vs SJ 1 KC 1 vs SJ 4 KC 1 at SJ 1 KC 0 vs SJ 2 KC 1 vs SJ 0 KC 0 at SJ 0 KC 2 at SJ 3 KC 1 vs SJ 0 KC 1 at SJ 2 KC 3 vs SJ 2 KC 2 vs SJ 0 KC 0 at SJ 1 KC 0 at SJ 1 KC 4 vs SJ 1 KC 1 vs SJ 0 KC 1 at SJ 1 KC 2 vs SJ 1 KC 0 at SJ 1 KC 1 vs SJ 0 KC 0 vs SJ 5 KC 0 at SJ 1 KC 0 at SJ 1 KC 2 at SJ 1 KC 2 vs SJ 0 KC 2 vs SJ 1 KC 0 at SJ 0 KC 3 vs SJ 2 KC 5 at SJ 1 KC 1 at SJ 4

SPORTING KANSAS CITY

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5 7 7 74 18

Ronald Cerritos Corrales, Mulrooney Ronald Cerritos Ronald Cerritos Ramiro Corrales Richard Mulrooney

WINS LOSSES SHUTOUTS SAVES GOALS ALLOWED

Melia, Meola Tony Meola Tony Meola Tony Meola Tony Meola

10 5 47 25 36 45

Joe Cannon 8 Joe Cannon 6 Joe Cannon 9 Joe Cannon 73 Joe Cannon 14

ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON GAME HIGHS SPORTING KANSAS CITY

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES

GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL FOULS COMMITTED FOULS SUFFERED

3 Diop, Preki 2 Nine Players 8 Preki (7/31/99) 4 Six Players 6 Three Players 7 Arnaud, Wright

(9/20/03) Landon Donovan (6/15/97) Eric Wynalda (8/14/04) Landon Donovan

Three Players Mullan, Godoy (10/6/99) Eddie Lewis

SAVES GOALS ALLOWED

9 Ammann, Meola 5 Tim Melia (8/19/15)

(10/18/08) Joe

SPORTING KANSAS CITY Category Goals Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Offsides Corner Kicks

1 2 OT 33 41 0 366 390 7 156 168 3 394 392 4 74 78 0 149 157 1

Total 74 763 327 790 152 307

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES Category Goals Shots Shots on Goal Fouls Offsides Corner Kicks

1 2 OT 31 43 0 339 366 10 140 154 4 436 414 5 87 70 1 139 159 3

Total 74 715 298 855 158 301

GOALS SCORED IN SERIES BY INTERVAL 1-15

16-30

31-45

46-60

61-75

76-90

OT

Total

KC 6 14 13 12 8 21 0 74 SJ 9 10 12 14 9 20 0 74

CHILDREN’S MERCY PARK BY THE NUMBERS

19,459

ALL-TIME AVERAGE MLS ATTENDANCE 156 MLS matches since 2011 (including postseason)

SPORTING KC MATCHES PLAYED 148 MLS regular season, 8 MLS postseason, 19 Open Cup, 10 CCL, 5 friendlies

PERCENT CAPACITY IN MLS MATCHES 156 MLS matches since 2011 Seating capacity: 18,467

105.4 5

3 3 8 4 6 8

Cannon 10 Kirk, Tarbell 5

ALL-TIME REGULAR SEASON SERIES STATS

TOTAL MLS SELLOUTS in 156 MLS matches played at the stadium (including postseason)

190

GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS SHOTS ON GOAL FOULS COMMITTED FOULS SUFFERED

10 Preki 9 Preki 80 Preki 37 Preki 43 Matt McKeon 50 Preki

Result Location SOW Spartan Stadium L Spartan Stadium W Arrowhead Stadium SOL Arrowhead Stadium SOW Arrowhead Stadium W Spartan Stadium L Arrowhead Stadium SOW Spartan Stadium L Arrowhead Stadium SOL Spartan Stadium W Arrowhead Stadium L Spartan Stadium SOL Arrowhead Stadium SOW Arrowhead Stadium L Spartan Stadium L Spartan Stadium W Arrowhead Stadium W Arrowhead Stadium T (2OT) Spartan Stadium W Spartan Stadium T (2OT) Arrowhead Stadium L Spartan Stadium L Spartan Stadium W Arrowhead Stadium W Arrowhead Stadium L Spartan Stadium L Spartan Stadium W Arrowhead Stadium T (2OT) Spartan Stadium T (2OT) Spartan Stadium L Arrowhead Stadium L Arrowhead Stadium T Spartan Stadium L Arrowhead Stadium W Arrowhead Stadium T Spartan Stadium L Spartan Stadium W Arrowhead Stadium L Buck Shaw Stadium W CommunityAmerica Ballpark W CommunityAmerica Ballpark L Buck Shaw Stadium L Buck Shaw Stadium W CommunityAmerica Ballpark W Livestrong Sporting Park T Buck Shaw Stadium W Livestrong Sporting Park L Buck Shaw Stadium W Sporting Park L Sporting Park L Avaya Stadium L Avaya Stadium W Avaya Stadium W Children’s Mercy Park W Children’s Mercy Park T Avaya Stadium W Children’s Mercy Park W Avaya Stadium L Avaya Stadium

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES

103

SPORTING KC MATCHES WON

not including penalty shootout victories in 2012 U.S. Open Cup and 2013 MLS Cup finals

332

SPORTING KC GOALS SCORED in 190 matches played at the stadium


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KANSAS CITY TRANSACTION TRACKER Players In

Players Out

Tyler Freeman (Signed as Homegrown Player - Oct. 2, 2018)

Kharlton Belmar (Option Declined - Nov. 30, 2018)

Rodney Wallace (Signed as Free Agent - Dec. 14, 2018)

Amer Didic (Option Declined - Nov. 30, 2018)

Erik Hurtado (Trade - Dec. 14, 2018)

Brad Evans (Option Declined/Retired - Nov. 30, 2018)

Botond Barath (Signing - Dec. 18, 2018)

Cristian Lobato (Option Declined - Nov. 30, 2018)

Kelyn Rowe (Trade - Dec. 18, 2018)

Colton Storm (Option Declined - Nov. 30, 2018)

Abdul Rwatubyaye (Signing - Feb. 5, 2019)

Diego Rubio (Trade - Dec. 14, 2018)

Gedion Zelalem (Signing - March 11, 2019)

Ike Opara (Trade - Jan. 28, 2019)

Nicolas Hasler (Signing - April 2, 2019)

Abdul Rwatubyaye (Trade - May 8, 2019)

Benny Feilhaber (Trade - May 8, 2019)

Kelyn Rowe (Trade - Aug. 7, 2019)

Wilson Harris (Short-Term Agreement - May 17, 2019) Felipe Hernandez (Short-Term Agreement - June 11, 2019) Camden Riley (Short-Term Agreement - June 11, 2019) Cameron Duke (Signed as Homegrown Player - July 18, 2019) Luis Martins (Signing - Aug. 1, 2019)

SPORTING KANSAS CITY TRANSACTION TIMELINE DATE IN/OUT DETAILS Oct. 2: IN Sporting KC signs F Tyler Freeman as a Homegrown player from the Sporting KC Academy. Nov. 30: OUT Sporting KC declines options for D Amer Didic, D Brad Evans, D Colton Storm, M Cristian Lobato and F Kharlton Belmar. Dec. 14: IN Sporting KC signs D Rodney Wallace as a free agent. Dec. 14: IN Sporting KC acquires F Erik Hurtado from Vancouver Whitecaps FC (MLS) in exchange for the club’s natural second-round pick in the 2020 MLS SuperDraft and natural first-riund pick in the 2021 MLS SuperDraft. Dec. 18: IN Sporting KC signs D Botond Barath, most recently at Budapest Honved FC (Hungary). Dec. 18: IN/OUT Sporting KC acquires M Kelyn Rowe and $300,000 in allocation money from the Colorado Rapids (MLS) in exchange for F Diego Rubio. Jan. 28: OUT Sporting KC acquires up to $1,000,000 in allocation money from Minnesota United FC (MLS) in exchange for D Ike Opara. Feb. 5: IN Sporting KC acquires D Abdul Rwatubyaye in a transfer from Rayon Sports FC (Rwanda). March 11: IN Sporting KC acquires M Gedion Zelalem in a transfer from Arsenal FC (England). April 2: IN Sporting KC signs D Nicolas Hasler, most recently at the Chicago Fire (MLS). May 8: IN/OUT Sporting KC acquires M Benny Feilhaber in a trade with the Colorado Rapids (MLS) in exchange for D Abdul Rwatubyaye, a 2019 International Roster Slot, $50,000 in Targeted Allocation Money (TAM), and a natural second-round pick in the 2020 MLS SuperDraft. As part of the trade, Sporting has swapped positions with Colorado in the Waiver Order. Feilhaber serves as Sporting’sseason-ending injury replacement player for Rodney Wallace. Colorado will retain the player’s 2019 salary budget charge less the $250,000 of salary budget relief afforded to SKC for a season-ending injury replacement player. May 17: IN Sporting KC signs F Wilson Harris to a short-term agreement from the Swope Park Rangers (USL Championship) prompted by Extreme Hardship (less than 14 outfield players available). June 11: IN Sporting KC signs D/M Camden Riley and M Felipe Hernandez to short-term agreements from the Swope Park Rangers (USL Championship) ahead of U.S. Open Cup Fourth Round. July 18: IN Sporting KC signs M Cameron Duke as a Homegrown player from the Sporting KC Academy. Aug. 1: IN Sporting KC signs D Luis Martins, most recently at G.D. Chaves (Portugal). Aug. 7: OUT Sporting KC acquires $75,000 in Targeted Allocation Money and a 2019 International Roster Slot from Real Salt Lake (MLS) in exchange for M Kelyn Rowe.

CONSTRUCTING SPORTING KANSAS CITY Year

MLS SuperDraft

2009

Matt Besler (8th) Graham Zusi (23rd)

Signings

2011

Trades

Homegrown Players

Seth Sinovic (5/10/11)

2013

Jimmy Medranda (8/9/13)

2015

Tim Melia (12/23/14) Roger Espinoza (1/6/15)

2016

Daniel Salloi (1/13/16)

2017 2018

2019

Swope Park Rangers

Gerso Fernandes (1/4/17) Ilie Sanchez (1/13/17) Eric Dick (13th) Graham Smith (18th)

Gianluca Busio (8/25/17)

Yohan Croizet (12/15/17) Johnny Russell (1/31/18) Felipe Gutierrez (2/6/18) Andreu Fontas (8/8/18)

Krisztian Nemeth (8/6/18)

Jaylin Lindsey (1/1/18) Wan Kuzain (4/13/18)

Rodney Wallace (12/14/18) Botond Barath (12/18/18) Gedion Zelalem (3/11/19) Nicolas Hasler (4/2/19) Luis Martins (8/1/19)

Erik Hurtado (12/14/18) Benny Feilhaber (5/8/19)

Tyler Freeman (1/1/19) Cameron Duke (7/18/19)

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Adrian Zendejas (12/2/16)


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KANSAS CITY 2019 SCHEDULE AND RESULTS DATE

OPPONENT

COMPETITION

TIME (CT) / RESULT

TV / SCORERS

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21

DEPORTIVO TOLUCA

CCL

W

3-0

Nemeth, Gerso, Ilie

Thursday, February 28

at Deportivo Toluca

CCL

W

2-0

Gerso, Nemeth

Sunday, March 3

at Los Angeles FC

MLS

L

1-2

Nemeth

Wednesday, March 6

at Club Atletico Independiente

CCL

L

1-2

Ilie

SUNDAY, MARCH 10

PHILADELPHIA UNION

MLS

W

2-0

Ilie, Own Goal

THURSDAY, MARCH 14

CLUB ATLETICO INDEPENDIENTE CCL

W

3-0

Nemeth (2), Espinoza

Sunday, March 17

at Colorado Rapids

MLS

T

1-1

Russell

SATURDAY, MARCH 30

MONTREAL IMPACT

MLS

W

7-1

Russell (2), Nemeth (3), Gutierrez, Busio

Thursday, April 4

at C.F. Monterrey

CCL

L

0-5

--

Sunday, April 7

at FC Cincinnati

MLS

T

1-1

Busio

THURSDAY, APRIL 11

C.F. MONTERREY

CCL

L

2-5

Gerso (2)

SUNDAY, APRIL 14

NEW YORK RED BULLS

MLS

T

2-2

Russell, Busio

Saturday, April 20

at San Jose Earthquakes

MLS

L

1-4

Gutierrez

SATURDAY, APRIL 27

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION

MLS

T

4-4

Nemeth (2), Gutierrez (2)

SUNDAY, MAY 5

ATLANTA UNITED FC

MLS

L

0-3

--

Sunday, May 12

at D.C. United

MLS

L

0-1

--

SATURDAY, MAY 18

VANCOUVER WHITECAPS FC

MLS

T

1-1

Nemeth

SUNDAY, MAY 26

SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC

MLS

W

3-2

Russell (3)

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29

LA GALAXY

MLS

L

0-2

--

Saturday, June 1

at Houston Dynamo

MLS

T

1-1

Croizet

Friday, June 7

at Toronto FC

MLS

T

2-2

Gutierrez (2)

Wednesday, June 12

at Minnesota United FC

USOC

L

1-4

Gerso

Sunday, June 23

at Columbus Crew SC

MLS

W

1-0

Gutierrez

Saturday, June 29

at Real Salt Lake

MLS

L

0-2

--

WEDNESDAY, JULY 3

LOS ANGELES FC

MLS

L

1-5

Croizet

SATURDAY, JULY 6

CHICAGO FIRE

MLS

W

1-0

Croizet

Saturday, July 13

at Vancouver Whitecaps FC

MLS

W

3-0

Own Goal, Gutierrez, Gerso

SATURDAY, JULY 20

FC DALLAS

MLS

L

0-2

--

Friday, July 26

at New York City FC

MLS

L

1-3

Ilie

Sunday, August 4

at Seattle Sounders FC

MLS

W

3-2

Gutierrez (2), Hurtado

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10

REAL SALT LAKE

MLS

L

1-2

Russell

Wednesday, August 14

at Orlando City SC

MLS

L

0-1

--

SATURDAY, AUGUST 17

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES

MLS

7:30

FOX SPORTS KC PLUS

THURSDAY, AUGUST 22

MINNESOTA UNITED FC

MLS

8:30

ESPN

SATURDAY, AUGUST 31

HOUSTON DYNAMO

MLS

7:30

FOX SPORTS KC PLUS

Saturday, September 7

at Portland Timbers

MLS

9:30

FOX Sports KC

Sunday, September 15

at LA Galaxy

MLS

9:00

FOX Sports KC

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

COLORADO RAPIDS

MLS

7:30

FOX SPORTS KC PLUS

Wednesday, September 25

at Minnesota United FC

MLS

7:00

FOX Sports KC Plus

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

PORTLAND TIMBERS

MLS

6:30

FOX SPORTS KC

Sunday, October 8

at FC Dallas

MLS

3:00

FOX Sports KC

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Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes 2019 REFEREE LOG (MLS REGULAR SEASON) REFEREE

GAMES RECORD

SKC FOULS

OPP. FOULS

SKC YC

OPP. YC

SKC RC

OPP. RC

SKC PK

OPP. PK

Robert Sibiga

4

0-3-1

42

48

11

8

1

1

0

0

Allen Chapman

3

1-1-1

36

38

5

7

0

2

0

0

Chris Penso

2

2-0-0

31

17

4

3

0

1

1

1

Nima Saghafi

2

1-1-0

25

28

2

4

0

0

0

0

Kevin Stott

2

0-1-1

26

27

5

3

0

0

1

0

Alan Kelly

2

0-2-0

21

29

3

3

0

0

0

0

Ismail Elfath

2

1-0-1

34

24

7

5

0

0

1

1

Fotis Bazakos

2

0-1-1

24

23

4

8

1

0

3

0

Rubiel Vazquez

1

0-1-0

12

9

2

3

0

0

2

0

Baldomero Toledo

1

0-0-1

14

16

3

5

0

2

1

1

Tim Ford

1

0-0-1

12

8

2

3

1

0

0

0

Joseph Dickerson

1

1-0-0

12

17

2

4

0

0

0

0

Ramy Touchan

1

1-0-0

13

15

2

4

0

0

0

0

Dave Gantar

1

0-1-0

11

11

3

1

1

0

0

0

2019 VIDEO ASSISTANT REFEREE LOG (MLS REGULAR SEASON) DATE REFEREE VAR March 3 at LAFC Robert Sibiga Tim Ford

INCIDENT LAFC Penalty Not Awarded

DECISION Confirmed, No Penalty

March 10 vs. PHI

Chris Penso

Chico Grajeda

PHI Penalty Not Awarded

Overturned, Penalty Awarded

March 30 vs. MTL

Nima Saghafi

Christina Unkel

SKC Goal Allowed

Overturned, Goal Disallowed

April 7 at CIN

Ismail Elfath

Jon Freemon

SKC Mistaken Identity

Overturned, Yellow Card Changed

April 14 vs. NY

Robert Sibiga

Kevin Terry Jr.

SKC & NY Brawl

Additional Yellow Cards Shown

April 20 at SJ

Rubiel Vazquez

Kevin Stott

SJ Goal Disallowed

Overturned, Goal Allowed

April 27 vs. NE

Baldomero Toledo

Daniel Radford

NE Penalty Not Awarded

Overturned, Penalty Awarded

June 7 at TOR

Fotis Bazakos

Jose Carlos Rivero

SKC Penalty Not Awarded

Overturned, Penalty Awarded

June 7 at TOR

Fotis Bazakos

Jose Carlos Rivero

SKC Penalty Not Awarded

Overturned, Penalty Awarded

July 26 at NYC

Dave Gantar

Jon Freemon

SKC Two Yellows Shown

Overturned, Straight Red

Aug. 4 at SEA

Ismail Elfath

Kevin Stott

SKC Penalty Not Awarded

Overturned, Penalty Awarded

Aug. 10 vs. RSL

Fotis Bazakos

Jorge Gonzalez

SKC Penalty Not Awarded

Confirmed, No Penalty

Vela’s shot hits Fontas in the midriff and Sibiga waves away the appeal. After reviewing the play, Sibiga confirms that no penalty will be given.

The ball strikes Sinovic’s arm in the box following a corner and Penso signals for another corner. After reviewing the play, Penso awards Philadelphia a penalty.

Gerso pokes the ball into the back of the net off Nemeth’s flick on and a goal is awarded. After reviewing the play, Saghafi deems Gerso was offside and disallows the goal.

Elfath awards a penalty after Mattocks is taken down in the box by Fontas, but Ilie is shown a yellow card. After consulting his VAR, Elfath changes yellow card to Fontas.

After Kaku kicks the ball into the crowd and is shown a red card, a melee ensues between both sides. After reviewing the scuffle, Sibiga shows yellow cards to Robles and Nemeth.

Hoesen scores his second of the game before the flag goes up for offside. After reviewing the play, Vazquez reverses his decision and allows the goal.

The ball strikes Russell’s arm that was by his side from point blank range, and nothing is given. After reviewing the play, Toledo awards New England a penalty.

Gerso is fouled by Moor on the edge of the area, and Bazakos gives a free kick. After reviewing the play, Bazakos determines that Gerso was inside the area and awards a penalty.

Gutierrez is brought down by DeLeon while through on goal and Bazakos waves play on. After reviewing the play, Bazakos awards Sporting KC a penalty.

Espinoza is called for a foul on Chanot and is given a second yellow card and sent off by Gantar. After reviewing the play, Gantar shows Espinoza a straight red card instead.

Gerso is brought down from behind in the penalty area by Tolo and Elfath waves play on. After reviewing the play, Elfath awards Sporting KC a penalty.

Gutierrez is brought down in the RSL penalty area by Herrera, and Bazakos does not award a foul. After reviewing the play, Bazakos confirms his decision.

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Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC MISCELLANEOUS STATS (2019) 2019 Record When... Scoring first goal Conceding first goal Leading at halftime Tied at halftime Trailing at halftime

7-2-4 0-9-3 6-1-2 1-3-3 0-6-2

Scoring 0 goals Scoring 1 goal Scoring 2 goals Scoring 3 goals Scoring 4+ goals Allowing 0 goals Allowing 1 goal Allowing 2 goals Allowing 3 goals Allowing 4+ goals

0-6-0 2-5-4 1-0-2 3-0-0 1-0-1 4-0-0 1-2-4 2-5-2 0-2-0 0-2-1

Wearing Sporting blue Wearing black metallic Wearing Parley

5-7-4 2-3-3 0-1-0

Leading at 75’ Tied at 75’ Trailing at 75’

7-0-2 0-2-2 0-9-3

Outshooting opponent Outshot by opponent Shots even

5-7-4 1-4-3 1-0-0

With zero subs With one sub With two subs with three subs

SPORTING KC IN 2019 (MLS REGULAR SEASON)

0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-2 6-9-5

Quickest Goal... Johnny Russell (3/30 vs. MTL) - 10th Minute Quickest Goal Against... Danny Hoesen (4/20 at SJ) - 6th Minute Game-winning goals after 75’...

Regular Season Record By Month March 2019 March all-time April 2019 April all-time May 2019 May all-time June 2019 June all-time July 2019 July all-time Aug. 2019 Aug. all-time Sept. 2019 Sept. all-time Oct. 2019 Oct. all-time

2-1-1 22-11-11 0-1-3 45-38-19 1-3-1 39-49-28 1-1-2 44-31-28 2-3-0 53-41-28 1-2-0 46-53-17 0-0-0 34-41-19 0-0-0 24-17-18

Shutouts 4-0-0 One-goal games 2-4-0 On ESPN/ESPN2 On FOX/FS1 On FSKC

0-1-1 2-2-1 5-8-5

Day games (before 5 p.m.) Games 5 p.m. CT or later

2-0-1 5-11-6

With red card for With red card against

0-3-1 2-0-3

Temperature 75 & up Temperature below 75

4-6-2 3-5-5

In Pacific time zone In Mountain time zone In Central time zone In Eastern time zone

2-2-0 0-1-1 4-5-4 1-3-2

vs. Western Conference vs. Eastern Conference

3-7-3 4-4-4

On grass On turf

5-11-6 2-0-1

Johnny Russell (3/17 at COL) - 88th Minute Gianluca Busio (4/14 vs. NY) - 88th Minute Krisztian Nemeth (4/27 vs. NE) - 83rd Minute

Game-winning goals against after 75’...

Adama Diomande (3/3 at LAFC) - 94+ Minute Paul Arriola (5/12 at DC) - 78th Minute Derek Cornelius (5/18 vs. VAN) - 94+ Minute Jordan Hamilton (6/7 at TOR) - 95+ Minute

Red Cards...

Roger Espinoza (3/3 at LAFC) - 84th Minute Krisztian Nemeth (5/18 vs. VAN) - 51st Minute Roger Espinoza (7/26 at NYC) - 62nd Minute Daniel Salloi (8/10 vs. RSL) - 84th Minute

Red Cards Against...

1-1-1 (0-1-0) 17-26-11 (1-0-0) 25-23-15 (0-0-1) 26-22-8 (1-0-0) 21-22-13 (0-1-0) 0-0-1 (0-0-1) 25-24-12 (0-1-0) 7-10-13 (0-0-1) 2-2-0 (0-2-0) 23-25-15 (0-1-0) 3-1-2 (0-0-0) 7-4-3 (1-0-0) 25-18-12 (0-0-1) 2-3-0 (0-1-0) 21-21-14 (0-0-1) 2-2-1 (0-1-0) 6-6-5 (1-0-0) 7-3-4 (0-0-0) 9-13-8 (0-2-0) 26-25-8 (0-1-0) 7-9-4 (2-0-0) 14-4-8 (0-0-1) 9-3-4 (1-0-1)

Marco Fabian (3/10 vs. PHI) - 60th Minute Johan Blomberg (3/17 at COL) - 87th Minute Kaku (4/14 vs. NY) - 94+ Minute Brandon Bye (4/27 vs. NE) - 55th Minute Jalil Anibaba (4/27 vs. NE) - 89th Minute Harrison Afful (6/23 at CLB) - 74th Minute

Penalty Kicks...

Regular Season Home and Away Overall All-time 2019 at home All-time at home 2019 on road All-time on road

Game-tying goals after 75’...

Game-tying goals against after 75’...

Regular Season Team-By-Team (in 2019) vs. Atlanta United FC vs. Chicago Fire vs. Colorado Rapids vs. Columbus Crew SC vs. D.C. United vs. FC Cincinnati vs. FC Dallas vs. Houston Dynamo vs. Los Angeles FC vs. LA Galaxy vs. Minnesota United FC vs. Montreal Impact vs. NE Revolution vs. New York City FC vs. New York Red Bulls vs. Orlando City SC vs. Philadelphia Union vs. Portland Timbers vs. Real Salt Lake vs. SJ Earthquakes vs. Seattle Sounders FC vs. Toronto FC vs. Vancouver Whitecaps

None

307-281-168 4-5-3 200-99-78 3-6-4 107-182-90

Ilie Sanchez (3/10 vs. PHI) - Scored on Andre Blake Krisztian Nemeth (4/20 at SJ) - Missed on Daniel Vega Felipe Gutierrez (4/20 at SJ) - Scored on Daniel Vega Felipe Gutierrez (4/27 vs. NE) - Scored on Cody Cropper Felipe Gutierrez (6/7 at TOR) - Scored on Quentin Westberg Felipe Gutierrez (6/7 at TOR) - Scored on Quentin Westberg Daniel Salloi (7/3 vs. LAFC) - Saved by Pablo Sisniega Felipe Gutierrez (8/4 at SEA) - Scored on Stefan Frei Felipe Gutierrez (8/10 vs. RSL) - Hit the post on Nick Rimando

Penalty Kicks Against...

Marco Fabian (3/10 vs. PHI) - Saved by Tim Melia Darren Mattocks (4/7 at CIN) - Scored on Adrian Zendejas Carles Gil (4/27 vs. NE) - Saved by Tim Melia

Penalty Kicks Earned...

Gianluca Busio (3/10 vs. PHI) - 11th Minute Gianluca Busio (4/20 at SJ) - 26th Minute Krisztian Nemeth (4/20 at SJ) - 66th Minute Gerso Fernandes (4/27 vs. NE) - 60th Minute Gerso Fernandes (6/7 at TOR) - 25th Minute Felipe Gutierrez (6/7 at TOR) - 73rd Minute Steven Beitashour Handball (7/3 vs. LAFC) - 82nd Minute Gerso Fernandes (8/4 at SEA) - 33rd Minute Johnny Russell (8/10 vs. RSL) - 48+ Minute

Youngest Goalscorer... Oldest Goalscorer... Youngest Starter... Youngest to play in a game... Oldest Starter... Oldest to play in a game...

Gianluca Busio (3/30 vs. MTL) - 16 years and 306 days Krisztian Nemeth (5/18 vs. VAN) - 30 years and 133 days Gianluca Busio (3/10 vs. PHI) - 16 years and 286 days Gianluca Busio (3/10 vs. PHI) - 16 years and 286 days Benny Feilhaber (8/4 at SEA) - 34 years and 197 days Benny Feilhaber (8/14 at ORL) - 34 years and 207 days

2019 MLS REGULAR SEASON TEAM STATS GOALS 1 2 TOTAL SPORTING KC 16 21 37 OPPONENT 15 29 44

SHOTS 1 2 TOTAL SPORTING KC 160 198 358 OPPONENT 136 171 307

SHOTS ON GOAL 1 2 TOTAL SPORTING KC 54 71 125 OPPONENT 53 72 125

FOULS 1 2 TOTAL SPORTING KC 149 164 313 OPPONENT 149 161 310

OFFSIDES 1 2 TOTAL SPORTING KC 25 14 39 OPPONENT 29 28 57

CORNER KICKS 1 2 TOTAL SPORTING KC 57 77 134 OPPONENT 52 55 107

CAUTIONS 1 2 TOTAL SPORTING KC 27 28 55 OPPONENT 20 41 61

EJECTIONS 1 2 TOTAL SPORTING KC 0 4 4 OPPONENT 0 6 6

PK’S (MADE/ATTEMPTED) 1 2 TOTAL SPORTING KC 3/5 3/4 6/9 OPPONENT 1/1 0/2 1/3

SPORTING KC ALL-TIME WIN/LOSS RECORDS IN COMPETITIVE MATCHES OVERALL Competition MLS Reg. Season MLS Playoffs U.S. Open Cup International TOTAL

W L T 307 281 168 18 22 10 30 17 7 13 15 9 368 335 194

HOME GF GA 1064 1005 66 67 109 67 50 57 1289 1196

Competition MLS Reg. Season MLS Playoffs U.S. Open Cup International TOTAL

W L T 200 99 78 15 4 3 21 7 3 8 5 5 244 115 89

9

AWAY GF GA 638 449 41 20 72 30 28 18 779 517

Competition MLS Reg. Season MLS Playoffs U.S. Open Cup International TOTAL

W L T 107 182 90 2 17 7 9 10 4 5 10 3 123 219 104

GF GA 426 556 22 44 37 37 22 39 507 676

Neutral site MLS Cup Playoffs International TOTAL

W L T 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

GF GA 3 3 0 0 3 3


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC 2019 MLS REGULAR SEASON BOX SCORES March 3, 2019: Los Angeles FC 2-1 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | Banc of California Stadium | Los Angeles, CA Attendance: 22,099 Weather: Cloudy and 59 degrees Sporting KC (0-1-0, 0 points) Los Angeles FC (1-0-0, 3 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Fontas (Barath 69’) D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Espinoza M Gutierrez (Rowe 62’) F Russell F Nemeth F Gerso (Salloi 73’)

1 2 F 1 0 0 0 2 2

Los Angeles FC GK Miller D Beitashour D Zimmerman D Segura D Harvey M Kaye M Atuesta M Nguyen (Blessing 72’) F Vela (C) F Ramirez (Diomande 59’) F Rossi (Vassell 85’)

March 10, 2019: Sporting KC 2-0 Philadelphia Union MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 18,738 Weather: Sunny and 43 degrees 1 2 F 1 1 2 0 0 0

Sporting KC (1-1-0, 3 points) Philadelphia Union (0-2-0, 0 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Barath D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie (Croizet 84’) M Busio (Rowe 78’) M Gutierrez F Russell (Salloi 80’) F Nemeth F Gerso

Philadelphia Union GK Blake D Gaddis D Elliott D Trusty D Wagner M Creavalle (Jones 78’) M Medunjanin M Bedoya (C) M Fabian F Picault (Santos 73’) F Burke (Ilsinho 79’)

March 17, 2019: Colorado Rapids 1-1 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | Dick’s Sporting Goods Park | Commerce City, CO Attendance: 11,037 Weather: Cloudy and 46 degrees Sporting KC (1-1-1, 4 points) Colorado Rapids (0-1-2, 2 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Barath D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Espinoza (Busio 72’) M Gutierrez (Croizet 81’) F Rowe (Russell 61’) F Nemeth F Gerso

1 2 F 0 1 1 0 1 1

Colorado Rapids GK Howard (C) D Rosenberry D Sjoberg D Wynne D Serna M Feilhaber (Bassett 76’) M Price M Acosta (Blomberg 79’) M Mezquida F Rubio (Shinyashiki 84’) F Kamara

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Sisniega (GK) Wallace El-Munir Croizet Silva Hurtado Brewer

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Carlos (GK) Rwatubyaye Collin Wallace Mbaizo Hurtado Aaronson

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Rawls (GK) Rwatubyaye Smith Lindsey Wilson Jackson

Scoring Summary: SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 1 (Johnny Russell 1) 16’ LAFC - Diego Rossi 1 (Eduard Atuesta 1) 47’ LAFC - Adama Diomande 1 (Jordan Harvey 1) 94+

Scoring Summary: SKC - Ilie Sanchez 1 (Penalty Kick) 11’ SKC - Own Goal (Jack Elliott) 80’

Scoring Summary: COL - Diego Rubio 1 (Unassisted) 54’ SKC - Johnny Russell 1 (Unassisted) 88’

Misconduct Summary: SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 10’ SKC - Gerso Fernandes (Yellow Card; Dissent) 17’ SKC - Seth Sinovic (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 27’ SKC - Roger Espinoza (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 31’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 42’ SKC - Graham Zusi (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 51’ LAFC - Jordan Harvey (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 66’ LAFC - Latif Blessing (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 81’ SKC - Roger Espinoza (Yellow Card/Red Card; Unsporting Behavior) 84’ LAFC - Eduard Atuesta (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 89’

Misconduct Summary: SKC - Graham Zusi (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 22’ PHI - Marco Fabian (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 31’ SKC - Gianluca Busio (Yellow Card; Time Wasting) 37’ PHI - Marco Fabian (Red Card; Serious Foul) 60’

Misconduct Summary: SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 41’ COL - Kei Kamara (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 53’ COL - Benny Feilhaber (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 60’ SKC - Roger Espinoza (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 64’ COL - Diego Rubio (Yellow Card; Simulation) 72’ SKC - Botond Barath (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 75’ COL - Johan Blomberg (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 80’ COL - Johan Blomberg (Yellow Card/Red Card; Time Wasting) 87’

Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 11 (5) 4 17 1 0

LAFC 14 (6) 4 11 4 7

March 30, 2019: Sporting KC 7-1 Montreal Impact MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 18,632 Weather: Cloudy and 42 degrees Sporting KC (2-1-1, 7 points) Montreal Impact (2-2-0, 6 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Fontas D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Espinoza (Busio 62’) M Gutierrez (Rowe 74’) F Russell F Nemeth F Gerso (Croizet 71’)

1 2 F 3 4 7 0 1 1

Montreal Impact GK Bush D Sagna D Cabrera D Camacho D Lovitz M Azira M Piette (C) M Shome (Bayiha 54’) F Okwonkwo (Raitala 76’) F Urruti (Jackson-Hamel 91+) F Taider

Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 16 (4) 4 14 3 6

PHI 15 (4) 2 10 2 5

April 7, 2019: FC Cincinnati 1-1 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | Nippert Stadium | Cincinnati, OH Attendance: 26,023 Weather: Cloudy and 72 degrees 1 2 F 0 1 1 1 0 1

Sporting KC (2-1-2, 8 points) FC Cincinnati (2-2-2, 8 points) Sporting KC GK Zendejas D Hasler D Barath D Fontas D Wallace (Sinovic 27’) M Ilie (C) M Busio M Zelalem (Gutierrez 56’) F Russell F Croizet (Nemeth 70’) F Rowe

FC Cincinnati GK Richey D Deplagne D Hagglund D Waston (C) D Garza M Cruz M Bertone M Ulloa M Lamah (Manneh 46’) F Mattocks (Stanko 82’) F Saief (Alexander 77’)

Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 9 (3) 1 11 1 4

COL 13 (2) 2 16 3 1

April 14, 2019: Sporting KC 2-2 New York Red Bulls MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 17,897 Weather: Sunny and 57 degrees Sporting KC (2-1-3, 9 points) New York Red Bulls (1-3-2, 5 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Fontas D Besler (C) D Croizet M Ilie M Espinoza (Busio 66’) M Gutierrez (Rowe 85’) F Russell F Nemeth F Gerso (Salloi 82’)

1 2 F 1 1 2 0 2 2

New York Red Bulls GK Robles (C) D Murillo D Parker D Long D Lade M Davis M Rzatkowski (Tarek 97+) M Casseres Jr. M Kaku F Royer (Bezecourt 86’) F Wright-Phillips (White 72’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Diop (GK) Barath Brault-Guillard Wallace Sejdic Zelalem Choiniere

Subs not used: Subs not used: Dick (GK) Hague (GK) Rwatubyaye Hoyte Freeman Powell Gerso Amaya

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Meara (GK) Barath Duncan Hasler Etienne Jr. Sinovic Ivan

Scoring Summary: SKC - Johnny Russell 2 (Unassisted) 10’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 2 (Gerso Fernandes 1, Felipe Gutierrez 1) 43’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez 1 (Gerso Fernandes 2, Roger Espinoza 1) 47+ SKC - Johnny Russell 3 (Roger Espinoza 2) 50’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 3 (Johnny Russell 2) 68’ SKC - Gianluca Busio 1 (Unassisted) 78’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 4 (Ilie Sanchez 1) 84’ MTL - Saphir Taider 3 (Maxi Urruti 2, Daniel Lovitz 1) 89’

Scoring Summary: CIN - Darren Mattocks 1 (Penalty Kick) 19’ SKC - Gianluca Busio 2 (Unassisted) 62’

Scoring Summary: SKC - Johnny Russell 4 (Krisztian Nemeth 1, Graham Zusi 1) 24’ NY - Daniel Royer 2 (Cristian Casseres Jr. 1, Bradley Wright-Phillips 1) 52’ NY - Brian White 1 (Kaku 1, Aaron Long 1) 75’ SKC - Gianluca Busio 3 (Unassisted) 88’

Misconduct Summary: MTL - Daniel Lovitz (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 19’ MTL - Samuel Piette (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 22’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 17 (9) 1 11 2 8

MTL 13 (2) 2 10 0 4

Misconduct Summary: SKC - Andreu Fontas (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 18’ SKC - Yohan Croizet (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 35’ SKC - Gedion Zelalem (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 38’ CIN - Greg Garza (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 78’ CIN - Leonardo Bertone (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 88’ SKC - Botond Barath (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 93+ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 18 (4) 3 11 3 6

10

CIN 10 (4) 3 13 2 5

Misconduct Summary: NY - Tim Parker (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 53’ SKC - Kelyn Rowe (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 89’ NY - Kaku (Red Card; Violent Conduct) 38’ NY - Luis Robles (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 97+ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 97+ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 18 (4) 3 11 3 6

NY 10 (4) 3 13 2 5


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC 2019 MLS REGULAR SEASON BOX SCORES (CONT.) April 20, 2019: San Jose Earthquakes 4-1 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | Avaya Stadium | San Jose, CA Attendance: 15,777 Weather: Cloudy and 56 degrees 1 2 F 0 1 1 2 2 4

Sporting KC (2-2-3, 9 points) San Jose Earthquakes (2-5-0, 6 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Barath D Besler (C) (Abdul 15’) D Croizet M Ilie (Rowe 62’) M Busio (Salloi 57’) M Gutierrez F Russell F Nemeth F Gerso

San Jose Earthquakes GK Vega D Thompson (Judson 70’) D Cummings D Jungwirth D Lima M Godoy M Yueill M Espinoza (Marie 80’) M Eriksson M Salinas (C) F Hoesen (Wondolowski 80’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Tarbell (GK) Hasler Affolter Sinovic Vako Calvillo Scoring Summary: SJ - Danny Hoesen 2 (Anibal Godoy 2) 6’ SJ - Danny Hoesen 3 (Jackson Yueill 1) 12’ SJ - Shea Salinas 2 (Magnus Eriksson 2) 46’ SJ - Magnus Eriksson 2 (Unassisted) 61’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Penalty Kick) 66’ Misconduct Summary: SJ - Cristian Espinoza (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 47+ SJ - Anibal Godoy (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 50+ SKC - Ilie Sanchez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 48’ SKC - Yohan Croizet (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 54’ SJ - Tommy Thompson (Yellow Card; Time Wasting) 54’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 17 (7) 3 12 0 5

SJ 14 (7) 6 9 0 4

May 12, 2019: D.C. United 1-0 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | Audi Field | Washington, D.C. Attendance: 12,521 Weather: Cloudy and 53 degrees 1 2 F 0 0 0 0 1 1

Sporting KC (2-4-4, 10 points) D.C. United (7-3-2, 23 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Hasler D Barath D Smith D Sinovic M Ilie (C) M Gutierrez (Rowe 84’) M Feilhaber F Russell F Nemeth F Salloi (Croizet 65’)

D.C. United GK Hamid D Jara D Brillant D Birnbaum D Pedroso M Canouse M Moreno M Arriola (Durkin 92+) M Acosta M Rodriguez (Segura 75’) F Rooney (C)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Dick (GK) Seitz (GK) Zelalem Robinson McCann Stieber Amarikwa Scoring Summary: DC - Paul Arriola 3 (Wayne Rooney 4) 78’ Misconduct Summary: SKC - Daniel Salloi (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 11’ DC - Frederic Brillant (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 45’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 11 (4) 3 10 0 3

DC 15 (4) 4 14 0 10

April 27, 2019: Sporting KC 4-4 New England Revolution MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 18,511 Weather: Sunny and 48 degrees

May 5, 2019: Sporting KC 0-3 Atlanta United FC MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 18,518 Weather: Clear and 69 degrees

1 2 F Sporting KC (2-2-4, 10 points) 1 3 4 New England Revolution (2-6-2, 8 points) 3 1 4

Sporting KC (2-3-4, 10 points) Atlanta United FC (3-3-2, 11 points)

Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi (C) D Abdul (Hasler 91+) D Fontas D Croizet M Gutierrez M Busio (Ilie 46’) M Rowe F Russell F Nemeth F Gerso (Salloi 75’)

Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi (C) D Barath D Smith D Sinovic M Gutierrez M Croizet (Ilie 65’) M Rowe (Zelalem 65’) F Russell F Nemeth F Salloi

New England Revolution GK Cropper D Farrell D Anibaba D Castillo D Bye M Buchanan (Bunbury 76’) M Caldwell (C) M Gil M Jones (Wright 88’) F Agudelo F J. Caicedo (L. Caicedo 65’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Dick (GK) Turner (GK) Barath Fagundez Sinovic Zahibo Zelalem Penilla Scoring Summary: NE - Juan Fernando Caicedo 1 (Juan Agudelo 1, Scott Caldwell 1) 18’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 2 (Graham Zusi 2, Kelyn Rowe 1) 33’ NE - Juan Fernando Caicedo 2 (Tajon Buchanan 1) 35’ NE - Juan Agudelo 1 (Unassisted) 42’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez 3 (Penalty Kick) 60’ NE - DeJuan Jones 1 (Unassisted) 66’ SKC - Felipem Gutierrez 4 (Unassisted) 70’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 6 (Johnny Russell 3) 83’ Misconduct Summary: SKC - Abdul Rwatubyaye (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 41’ NE - Jalil Anibaba (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 43’ NE - Brandon Bye (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 46+ NE - Carles Gil (Yellow Card; Dissent) 49’ NE - Brandon Bye (Yellow Card/Red Card; Unsporting Behavior) 55’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth (Yellow Card; Dissent) 67’ NE - Jalil Anibaba (Yellow Card/Red Card; Unsporting Behavior) 89’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 93+ NE - Cody Cropper (Yellow Card; Time Wasting) 96+ Stats Summary SKC NE Shots (on goal) 19 (6) 10 (7) Saves 3 2 Fouls 14 16 Offside 1 2 Corner Kicks 9 0 May 18, 2019: Sporting KC 1-1 Vancouver Whitecaps FC MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 18,691 Weather: Cloudy and 65 degrees 1 2 F 1 0 1 0 1 1

Sporting KC (2-4-5, 11 points) Vancouver Whitecaps (3-6-4, 13 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Hasler D Barath D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Gutierrez M Feilhaber F Russell (Croizet 82’) F Nemeth F Rowe (Zelalem 92+)

Vancouver Whitecaps GK Crepeau D Nerwinski (Ardaiz 72’) D Godoy D Henry D Adnan M Rose M Felipe (Hwang 53’) M Teibert F Venuto F Montero (C) F PC Giro (Cornelius 46’)

1 2 F 0 0 0 1 2 3

Atlanta United FC GK Guzan D Escobar D Robinson D Gonzalez Pirez D Parkhurst (C) M Remedi (Larentowicz 71’) M Nagbe M Gressel M G. Martinez (Villalba 71’) M Barco F J. Martinez (Shea 81’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Kann (GK) Hasler Pogba Abdul Pereira Gallagher Scoring Summary: ATL - Josef Martinez 3 (Unassisted) 39’ ATL - Ezequiel Barco (Unassisted) 47’ ATL - Josef Martinez 4 (Ezequiel Barco 1) 76’ Misconduct Summary: ATL - Eric Remedi (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 66’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 10 (3) 5 12 2 4

ATL 19 (8) 3 5 1 5

May 26, 2019: Sporting KC 3-2 Seattle Sounders FC MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 19,882 Weather: Sunny and 79 degrees Sporting KC (3-4-5, 14 points) Seattle Sounders (7-2-5, 26 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Hasler D Barath D Besler (C) (Smith 79’) D Sinovic M Ilie M Gutierrez M Feilhaber (Busio 75’) F Russell F Croizet (Medranda 89’) F Rowe

1 2 F 2 1 3 0 2 2

Seattle Sounders GK Frei D Leerdam D Torres D Kee-Hee (Arreaga 38’) D Smith M Delem (Bruin 78’) M Roldan M Shipp M Lodeiro (C) M Bwana (Tolo 60’) F Ruidiaz

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) MacMath (GK) Smith Levis Harris Sutter Bair

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Meredith (GK) Zelalem Abdul-Salaam Roldan Svensson

Scoring Summary: SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 7 (Unassisted) 37’ VAN - Derek Cornelius 1 (Ali Adnan 2) 94+

Scoring Summary: SKC - Johnny Russell 5 (Yohan Croizet 1, Nico Hasler 1) 29’ SKC - Johnny Russell 6 (Ilie Sanchez 2) 46+ SEA - Raul Ruidiaz 6 (Kelvin Leerdam 2, Harry Shipp 2) 63’ SKC - Johnny Russell 7 (Kelyn Rowe 2, Yohan Croizet 2) 68’ SEA - Kelvin Leerdam 4 (Nicolas Lodeiro 8) 71’

Misconduct Summary: VAN - Felipe Martins (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 8’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth (Red Card; Serious Foul Play) 51’ VAN - Inbeom Hwang (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 56’ SKC - Kelyn Rowe (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 62’ SKC - Tim Melia (Yellow Card; Time Wasting) 87’ VAN - Lucas Venuto (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 95+ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 15 (7) 2 12 1 3

11

VAN 11 (3) 6 8 1 3

Misconduct Summary: SEA - Roman Torres (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 13’ SKC - Benny Feilhaber (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 26’ SKC - Yohan Croizet (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 34’ SEA - Nicolas Lodeiro (Yellow Card; Persistent Infringement) 60’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 12 (7) 4 17 2 1

SEA 12 (6) 4 7 1 2


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC 2019 MLS REGULAR SEASON BOX SCORES (CONT.) May 29, 2019: Sporting KC 0-2 LA Galaxy MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 19,979 Weather: Cloudy and 69 degrees 1 2 F 0 0 0 0 2 2

Sporting KC (3-5-5, 14 points) LA Galaxy (9-5-1, 28 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi (C) D Barath (Besler 46’) D Fontas D Sinovic (Medranda 77’) M Ilie M Gutierrez M Feilhaber F Russell F Croizet F Rowe (Salloi 65’)

LA Galaxy GK Bingham D Romney D Steres D Gonzalez D Skjelvik M Lletget (Pontius 88’) M dos Santos M Kitchen F F. Alvarez (Corona 72’) F Ibrahimovic (C) F Antuna (Boateng 91+)

June 1, 2019: Houston Dynamo 1-1 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | BBVA Compass Stadium | Houston, TX Attendance: 15,710 Weather: Cloudy and 87 degrees Sporting KC (3-5-6, 15 points) Houston Dynamo (7-3-3, 24 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Hasler D Barath D Smith (Fontas 61’) D Sinovic M Ilie (C) M Busio (Feilhaber 61’) M Gutierrez F Croizet F Nemeth F Salloi (Zusi 75’)

1 2 F 0 1 1 0 1 1

Houston Dynamo GK Willis D DeLaGarza D Struna D Figueroa D Lundkvist M Vera M Boniek Garcia (C) M Martinez (McNamara 77’) F Elis F Manotas (Hairston 87’) F Quioto (Rodriguez 74’)

June 7, 2019: Toronto FC 2-2 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | BMO Field | Toronto, ON Attendance: 24,748 Weather: Sunny and 75 degrees 1 2 F 1 1 2 1 1 2

Sporting KC (3-5-7, 16 points) Toronto FC (5-6-4, 19 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Fontas D Smith D Sinovic M Ilie (C) M Gutierrez M Feilhaber F Gerso (Busio 87’) F Croizet F Salloi (Rowe 46’)

Toronto FC GK Westberg D Laryea (Telfer 87’) D Zavaleta (Chapman 74’) D Moor (C) D Ciman D Morrow M Delgado M Fraser M DeLeon F Pozuelo F Boyd (Hamilton 58’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Lampson (GK) Hasler Hilliard-Arce Smith E. Alvarez Busio Cuello

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Deric (GK) Medranda Beasley Rowe K. Garcia Ceren

Subs not used: Subs not used: Dick (GK) Bono (GK) Medranda Dorsey Kuzain Endoh Zelalem

Scoring Summary: LA - Favio Alvarez 1 (Zlatan Ibrahimovic 3, Perry Kitchen 1) 55’ LA - Zlatan Ibrahimovic 10 (Uriel Antuna 2, Perry Kitchen 2) 86’

Scoring Summary: SKC - Yohan Croizet 1 (Ilie Sanchez 3) 63’ HOU - Alberth Elis 5 (A.J. DeLaGarza 1, Maynor Figueroa 2) 69’

Misconduct Summary: LA - Giancarlo Gonzalez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 33’ SKC - Ilie Sanchez (Yellow Card; Dissent) 59’

Misconduct Summary: None

Scoring Summary: SKC - Felipe Gutierrez 5 (Penalty Kick) 25’ TOR - Nick DeLeon 3 (Justin Morrow 3, Alejandro Pozuelo 7) 43’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez 6 (Penalty Kick) 73’ TOR - Jordan Hamilton 4 (Ryan Telfer 1, Alejandro Pozuelo 8) 95+

Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 18 (5) 3 6 3 12

LA 9 (5) 5 13 3 5

June 23, 2019: Columbus Crew SC 0-1 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | MAPFRE Stadium | Columbus, OH Attendance: 14,015 Weather: Sunny and 83 degrees Sporting KC (4-5-7, 19 points) Columbus Crew (5-10-2, 17 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi (Hasler 86’) D Barath D Besler (C) (Fontas 61’) D Sinovic M Ilie M Gutierrez M Feilhaber (Zelalem 65’) F Gerso F Nemeth F Salloi

1 2 F 0 1 1 0 0 0

Columbus Crew GK Kempin D Afful D Crognale D Sauro D Francis (Robinho 61’) M Guzman M Artur M Jimenez M Santos M Accam (Argudo 16’) F Mullins (Williams 71’)

Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 5 (1) 3 13 0 0

HOU 15 (5) 0 13 1 6

June 29, 2019: Real Salt Lake 2-0 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | Rio Tinto Stadium | Sandy, UT Attendance: 18,933 Weather: Cloudy and 89 degrees 1 2 F 0 0 0 2 0 2

Sporting KC (4-6-7, 19 points) Real Salt Lake (7-8-2, 23 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Hasler D Barath (Fontas 62’) D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie (Feilhaber 71’) M Gutierrez M Zelalem F Gerso F Nemeth (Croizet 46’) F Salloi

Real Salt Lake GK Rimando D Herrera D Glad D Onouha D Toia M Beckerman (C) M Luiz M Rusnak (Schmitt 91+) M Kreilach M Saucedo (Lennon 61’) F Johnson (Baird 67’)

Misconduct Summary: TOR - Richie Laryea (Yellow Card; Dissent) 57’ TOR - Nick DeLeon (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 72’ SKC - Ilie Sanchez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 74’ TOR - Liam Fraser (Yellow Card; Dissent) 89’ TOR - Laurent Ciman (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 93+ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 9 (4) 3 14 1 4

TOR 14 (5) 2 13 4 5

July 3, 2019: Sporting KC 1-5 Los Angeles FC MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 19,754 Weather: Cloudy and 82 degrees Sporting KC (4-7-7, 19 points) Los Angeles FC (12-2-4, 40 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Hasler D Fontas D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Gutierrez (Croizet 69’) M Feilhaber (Zelalem 65’) F Gerso F Nemeth (Busio 75’) F Salloi

1 2 F 0 1 1 1 4 5

Los Angeles FC GK Sisniega D Beitashour D Blackmon D Segura D Harvey (El-Munir 83’) M Kaye M Atuesta (Nguyen 66’) M Blessing F Vela (C) F Ramirez (Zelaya 78’) F Rossi

Subs not used: Subs not used: Subs not used: Subs not used: Dick (GK) Bendik (GK) Zendejas (GK) Putna (GK) Croizet Keita Smith Besler Rowe Clark Rowe Silva Sosa Kuzain Plata

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Ejimandu (GK) Barath Jakovic Smith Diomande Rowe Perez

Scoring Summary: SKC - Felipe Gutierrez 7 (Gerso Fernandes 3, Benny Feilhaber 3) 48’

Scoring Summary: LAFC - Christian Ramirez 4 (Unassisted) 28’ LAFC - Diego Rossi 9 (Christian Ramirez 2) 50’ LAFC - Carlos Vela 17 (Diego Rossi 4) 63’ SKC - Yohan Croizet 2 (Ilie Sanchez 4) 85’ LAFC - Rodolfo Zelaya 1 (Carlos Vela 11, Diego Rossi 5) 89’ LAFC - Mohamed El-Munir 1 (Lee Nguyen 1) 91+

Misconduct Summary: SKC - Matt Besler (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 46+ SKC - Graham Zusi (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 69’ CLB - Harrison Afful (Red Card; DOGSO) 74’ CLB - Alex Crognale (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 76’ CLB - Gaston Sauro (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 79’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 13 (2) 4 13 2 5

CLB 10 (4) 0 17 3 8

Scoring Summary: RSL - Sam Johnson 6 (Kyle Beckerman 1, Damir Kreilach 2) 15’ RSL - Sam Johnson 7 (Damir Kreilach 3, Albert Rusnak 3) 29’ Misconduct Summary: SKC - Ilie Sanchez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 38’ RSL - Kyle Beckerman (Yellow Card; Persistent Infringement) 47+ SKC - Benny Feilhaber (Yellow Card; Illegal Entry) 66’ RSL - Everton Luiz (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 92+ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 11 (3) 5 14 1 7

12

RSL 10 (6) 3 18 2 1

Misconduct Summary: SKC - Matt Besler (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 14’ SKC - Seth Sinovic (Yellow Card; Persistent Infringement) 34’ SKC - Ilie Sanchez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 38’ LAFC - Latif Blessing (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 45’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 48’ LAFC - Mark-Anthony Kaye (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 57’ LAFC - Steven Beitashour (Yellow Card; Handball) 80’ SKC - Tim Melia (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 89’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 21 (7) 2 13 1 3

LAFC 11 (7) 5 14 8 1


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC 2019 MLS REGULAR SEASON BOX SCORES (CONT.) July 6, 2019: Sporting KC 1-0 Chicago Fire MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 18,570 Weather: Cloudy and 86 degrees 1 2 F 1 0 1 0 0 0

Sporting KC (5-7-7, 22 points) Chicago Fire (5-8-7, 22 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Barath D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Gutierrez M Zelalem (Busio 84’) F Gerso F Croizet (Nemeth 66’) F Salloi (Russell 73’)

Chicago Fire GK Kronholm D Bronico D Schweinsteiger D Calvo D Lillard (Marcelo 67’) M McCarty (C) M Katai (Nikolic 59’) M Herbers (Campos 80’) M Gaitan M Frankowski F C.J. Sapong

July 13, 2019: Vancouver Whitecaps 0-3 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | BC Place | Vancouver, BC Attendance: 18,700 Weather: Cloudy and 86 degrees Sporting KC (6-7-7, 25 points) Vancouver Whitecaps (4-9-8, 20 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Barath D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Gutierrez M Zelalem (Feilhaber 65’) F Gerso F Croizet (Nemeth 71’) F Salloi (Russell 89’)

1 2 F 1 2 3 0 0 0

Vancouver Whitecaps GK MacMath D Godoy D Henry D Rose M Nerwinski (Adraiz 90’) M In-Beom M Erice (C) (Venuto 60’) M PC (Teibert 60’) M Adnan F Reyna F Bair

July 20, 2019: Sporting KC 0-2 FC Dallas MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 18,736 Weather: Sunny and 95 degrees 1 2 F 0 0 0 1 1 2

Sporting KC (6-8-7, 25 points) FC Dallas (9-8-5, 32 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Barath D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Zelalem (Espinoza 65’) M Gutierrez M Busio F Russell (Salloi 71’) F Croizet (Nemeth 55’) F Gerso

FC Dallas GK Gonzalez D Cannon (Bressan 64’) D Hedges D Ziegler (C) D Hollingshead M Acosta M Servania M Barrios M Ferreira M Mosquera (Reynolds 74’) F Badji (Hayes 84’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Sanchez (GK) Hasler Reynolds Smith Moreno Feilhaber Martinez

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Crepeau (GK) Smith Cornelius Busio Sutter Medranda Felipe

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Mauer (GK) Fontas Gyasi Feilhaber Roberts Medranda Atuahene

Scoring Summary: SKC - Yohan Croizet 3 (Felipe Gutierrez 2) 14’

Scoring Summary: SKC - Ali Adnan (Own Goal) 24’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez 8 (Gerso Fernandes 4) 56’ SKC - Gerso Fernandes 1 (Krisztian Nemeth 2, Johnny Russell 4) 90’

Scoring Summary: FCD - Dominique Badji 6 (Michael Barrios 8) 37’ FCD - Jesus Ferreira 6 (Unassisted) 57’

Misconduct Summary: CHI - Fabian Herbers (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 44’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 67’ CHI - Dax McCarty (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 69’ CHI - Diego Campos (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 83’ SKC - Botond Barath (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 88’ CHI - Bastian Schweinsteiger (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 90’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 17 (10) 2 12 2 4

CHI 6 (2) 8 17 0 1

July 26, 2019: New York City FC 3-1 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | Yankee Stadium | The Bronx, NY Attendance: 20,178 Weather: Sunny and 95 degrees Sporting KC (6-9-7, 25 points) New York City FC (9-3-8, 35 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Barath D Besler (C) D Sinovic (Croizet 88’) M Ilie M Espinoza M Feilhaber F Russell F Nemeth (Hurtado 58’) F Gerso (Salloi 82’)

1 2 F 0 1 1 1 2 3

New York City FC GK Johnson D Chanot D Sands D Callens M Tinnerholm M Parks M Moralez (Ofori 52’) M Ring (C) M Matarrita F Heber (Castellanos 82’) F Mitrita (Mackay-Steven 70’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Dick (GK) Stuver (GK) Fontas Sweat Medranda Rocha Zelalem Medina Scoring Summary: NYC - Anton Tinnerholm 1 (Alex Ring 3, Alexandru Mitrita 2) 41’ NYC - Heber 9 (Alex Ring 4) 54’ SKC - Ilie Sanchez 2 (Benny Feilhaber 4, Johnny Russell 5) 73’ NYC - Alex Ring 3 (Gary Mackay-Steven 1) 77’ Misconduct Summary: SKC - Roger Espinoza (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 45’ NYC - Maxime Chanot (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 45’ SKC - Roger Espinoza (Red Card; Serious Foul Play) 62’ SKC - Gerso Fernandes (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 80’ SKC - Botond Barath (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 94+ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 15 (3) 4 11 8 5

NYC 17 (7) 2 11 5 5

Misconduct Summary: VAN - PC Giro (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 48’ SKC - Ilie Sanchez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 68’ SKC - Seth Sinovic (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 75’ VAN - Doneil Henry (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 81’ VAN - Erik Godoy (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 90’ VAN - Ali Adnan (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 94+ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 20 (10) 6 13 1 8

VAN 13 (6) 8 15 2 5

Aug. 4, 2019: Seattle Sounders FC 2-3 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | CenturyLink Field | Seattle, WA Attendance: 37,722 Weather: Sunny and 81 degrees Sporting KC (7-9-7, 28 points) Seattle Sounders FC (11-7-5, 38 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Fontas D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Feilhaber (Busio 64’) M Gutierrez F Gerso F Hurtado (Russell 80’) F Salloi

1 2 F 2 1 3 0 2 2

Seattle Sounders FC GK Frei D Abdul-Salaam D Kee-hee D Arreaga D Tolo (Delem 86’) M Leyva M C. Roldan M Shipp (Dhillon 59’) M Lodeiro (C) M Jones (Bwana 69’) F Morris

Subs not used: Subs not used: Dick (GK) Meredith (GK) Hasler Campbell Smith Leerdam Medranda A. Roldan Rowe Scoring Summary: SKC - Felipe Gutierrez 9 (Seth Sinovic 1) 12’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez 10 (Penalty Kick) 33’ SEA - Jordan Morris 6 (Nicolas Lodeiro 10) 46’ SKC - Erik Hurtado 1 (Gerso Fernandes 5) 58’ SEA - Jordan Morris 7 (Handwalla Bwana 1) 82’

Misconduct Summary: SKC - Yohan Croizet (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 29’ FCD - Reggie Cannon (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 35’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 43’ FCD - Bryan Acosta (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 68’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 18 (2) 4 11 2 7

FCD 13 (6) 2 15 1 4

Aug. 10, 2019: Sporting KC 1-2 Real Salt Lake MLS Regular Season | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 18,219 Weather: Sunny and 87 degrees Sporting KC (7-10-7, 28 points) Real Salt Lake (11-9-4, 37 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Fontas D Besler (C) D Sinovic (Medranda 82’) M Ilie M Espinoza M Gutierrez (Busio 91+) F Russell F Hurtado F Gerso (Salloi 6’)

1 2 F 1 0 1 1 1 2

Real Salt Lake GK Rimando D Herrera D Silva D Glad D Toia M Besler (Johnson 64’) M Beckerman (C) M Savarino M Rusnak (Lennon 94+) M Baird (Onuoha 77’) F Kreilach

Subs not used: Subs not used: Dick (GK) Putna (GK) Hasler Portillo Martins Plata Smith Schmitt Scoring Summary: SKC - Johnny Russell 8 (Unassisted) 31’ RSL - Corey Baird 2 (Unassisted) 38’ RSL - Corey Baird 3 (Jefferson Savarino 5) 70’

Misconduct Summary: SEA - Nouhou Tolo (Yellow Card; Persistent Infringement) 35’ SKC - Seth Sinovic (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 40’ SKC - Gerso Fernandes (Yellow Card; Persistent Infringement) 53’ SEA - Saad Abdul-Salaam (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 55’ SKC - Benny Feilhaber (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 62’ SEA - Nicolas Lodeiro (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 71’

Misconduct Summary: RSL - Nick Besler (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 29’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 29’ RSL - Donny Toia (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 47+ SKC - Andreu Fontas (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 49+ RSL - Corey Baird (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 76’ SKC - Daniel Salloi (Red Card; Serious Foul Play) 84’ SKC - Erik Hurtado (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 92+ RSL - Aaron Herrera (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 95+

Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 10 (7) 4 23 0 7

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SEA 14 (5) 3 11 1 10

SKC 12 (3) 4 10 0 6

RSL 11 (6) 2 10 4 2


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC 2019 MLS REGULAR SEASON BOX SCORES (CONT.) Aug. 14, 2019: Orlando City SC 1-0 Sporting KC MLS Regular Season | Exploria Stadium | Orlando, FL Attendance: 22,347 Weather: Cloudy and 79 degrees Sporting KC (7-11-7, 28 points) Orlando City SC (9-11-6, 33 points) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Smith D Besler (C) D Sinovic (Martins 71’) M Ilie M Espinoza M Gutierrez F Russell F Medranda (Hurtado 46’) F Busio (Feilhaber 59’)

1 2 F 0 0 0 1 0 1

Orlando City SC GK Rowe D Smith (O’Neill 12’) D Sane D Jansson D Miller M Rosell M Ascues M Akindele M Nani (C) M Mueller (Michel 46’) F Dwyer (Kljestan 74’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Dick (GK) Grinwis (GK) Fontas De John Hasler Powers Kuzain Patino Scoring Summary: ORL - Tesho Akindele 9 (Carlos Ascues 1, Uri Rosell 1) 21’ Misconduct Summary: SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 37’ ORL - Nani (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 37’ ORL - Tesho Akindele (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 49’ SKC - Luis Martins (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 90’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 14 (3) 0 9 0 11

ORL 8 (2) 3 8 3 2

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Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC 2019 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE BOX SCORES February 21, 2019: Sporting KC 3-0 Deportivo Toluca Concacaf Champions League | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 13,927 Weather: Clear and 36 degrees 1 2 F 1 2 3 0 0 0

Sporting KC (1-0-0) Deportivo Toluca (0-1-0) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Fontas D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Espinoza (Rowe 78’) M Gutierrez F Russell F Nemeth (Hurtado 82) F Gerso (Salloi 87’)

Deportivo Toluca GK Talavera (C) D Salinas D Maidana D Tobio D Gonzalez M Pardo M Rios (Acero 76’) M Mancuello M Barrientos (Lopez 62’) M Mendoza F Triverio (Gigliotti 21’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) L. Garcia (GK) Barath S. Garcia Wallace Mora Busio Esquivel Scoring Summary: SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 1 (Gerso Fernandes 1) 35’ SKC - Gerso Fernandes 1 (Unassisted) 52’ SKC - Ilie Sanchez 1 (Unassisted) 72’ Misconduct Summary: TOL - Rodrigo Salinas (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 39’ TOL - Osvaldo Gonzalez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 83’ SKC - Seth Sinovic (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 86’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 13 (4) 3 21 2 4

TOL 9 (3) 1 18 2 1

February 28, 2019: Deportivo Toluca 0-2 Sporting KC (0-5 agg.) Concacaf Champions League | Estadio Nemesio Diez | Toluca, Mexico Attendance: 14,519 Weather: Clear and 57 degrees 1 2 F 1 1 2 0 0 0

Sporting KC (2-0-0) Deportivo Toluca (0-2-0) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Fontas D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Espinoza M Gutierrez (Rowe 70’) F Russell (Salloi 66’) F Nemeth (Hurtado 73) F Gerso

Deportivo Toluca GK Talavera (C) D Salinas D Mora D Maidana D Gonzalez M Barrientos (Rubio 72’) M Rios M Medina M Acero F Gigliotti (Garcia 64’) F Abella (Mendoza 46’)

March 6, 2019: Independiente 2-1 Sporting KC Concacaf Champions League | Estadio Agustin Sanchez | Chorrera, Panama Attendance: N/A Weather: Clear and 82 degrees 1 2 F 0 1 1 1 1 2

Sporting KC (2-1-0) CA Independiente (2-0-1) Sporting KC GK Zendejas D Lindsey D Barath D Besler (C) D Wallace M Ilie M Espinoza M Rowe (Russell 68’) F Croizet (Busio 81’) F Hurtado F Salloi (Gerso 78’)

CA Independiente GK Guerra D Cordoba D Negrete D Torres (C) D Avila M Browne M Ayarza M Bolivar M Ivey (Navarro 92+) F Gonzalez F Barrow (Corpas 56’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Melia (GK) Roberts (GK) Sinovic Rosales Smith Bellino Nemeth Piedrahita Soraca Scoring Summary: CAI - Romeesh Ivey 3 (Omar Browne 2) 39’ SKC - Ilie Sanchez 2 (Penalty Kick) 51’ CAI - Alexis Corpas 1 (Gustavo Bolivar 1) 59’ Misconduct Summary: SKC - Daniel Salloi (Yellow Card; Argument) 63’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 11 (4) 5 13 0 5

CAI 18 (7) 3 14 2 6

March 14, 2019: Sporting KC 3-0 Independiente (4-2 agg.) Concacaf Champions League | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 13,212 Weather: Rainy and 40 degrees 1 2 F 0 3 3 0 0 0

Sporting KC (3-1-0) CA Independiente (2-1-1) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Barath D Besler (C) D Sinovic (Wallace 92+) M Ilie M Espinoza M Gutierrez F Russell F Nemeth (Croizet 89’) F Salloi (Gerso 21’)

CA Independiente GK Guerra D Cordoba (Bellino 84’) D Negrete D Torres (C) M Gonzalez M Ayarza (Barrow 78’) M Vence M Ivey F Aguilar F Bolivar (Corpas 64’) F Browne

April 4, 2019: C.F. Monterrey 5-0 Sporting KC Concacaf Champions League | Estadio BBVA Bancomer | Monterrey, Mexico Attendance: 44,582 Weather: Clear and 78 degrees 1 2 F 0 0 0 2 3 5

Sporting KC (3-2-0) C.F. Monterrey (3-1-1) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Fontas D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Espinoza M Gutierrez (Busio 73’) F Russell (Croizet 64’) F Nemeth (Rowe 80’) F Gerso

C.F. Monterrey GK Barovero D Medina D Montes (Layun 73’) D Sanchez D Gallardo (Vangioni 83’) M Pabon (C) (Meza 79’) M Rodriguez M Gonzalez M Hurtado F Pizarro F Funes Mori

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Resendez (GK) Barath Ortiz Wallace Bareiro Zelalem Zaldivar Scoring Summary: MTY - Dorlan Pabon 2 (Rogelio Funes Mori 1) 7’ MTY - Aviles Hurtado 1 (Unassisted) 14’ MTY - Jesus Gallardo 2 (Unassisted) 55’ MTY - Nicolas Sanchez (Penalty Kick) 70’ MTY - Dorlan Pabon 3 (Rodlofo Pizarro 1) 76’ Misconduct Summary: SKC - Andreu Fontas (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 30’ MTY - Nicolas Sanchez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 49’ SKC - Graham Zusi (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 58’ MTY - Cesar Montes (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 67’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 6 (2) 6 16 2 3

MTY 18 (11) 2 12 2 5

April 11, 2019: Sporting KC 2-5 C.F. Monterrey (2-10 agg.) Concacaf Champions League | Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, KS Attendance: 18,467 Weather: Clear and 48 degrees 1 2 F 2 0 2 2 3 5

Sporting KC (3-3-0) C.F. Monterrey (4-1-1) Sporting KC GK Melia D Zusi D Fontas (Barath 56’) D Besler (C) D Sinovic M Ilie M Espinoza (Busio 57’) M Gutierrez F Russell F Nemeth (Salloi 64’) F Gerso

C.F. Monterrey GK Barovero (C) D Medina D Montes D Vasquez (Vangioni 60’) M Layun M Ortiz M Rodriguez M Gallardo (Meza 64’) F Hurtado F Funes Mori F Pizarro (Pabon 61’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) L. Garcia (GK) Barath Castaneda Wallace Lopez Croizet Mancuello

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Roberts (GK) Rwatubyaye Avila Busio Navarro Rowe Piedrahita

Subs not used: Subs not used: Zendejas (GK) Cardenas (GK) Hasler Gutierrez Croizet Cantu Rowe Bareiro

Scoring Summary: SKC - Gerso Fernandes 2 (Roger Espinoza 1) 8’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 2 (Penalty Kick) 62’

Scoring Summary: SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 3 (Botond Barath 1) 74’ SKC - Roger Espinoza 1 (Johnny Russell 1) 81’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth 4 (Gerso Fernandes 2) 86’

Scoring Summary: SKC - Gerso Fernandes 3 (Johnny Russell 2) 6’ MTY - Rogelio Funes Mori 1 (Rodolfo Pizarro 2) 20’ SKC - Gerso Fernandes 4 (Unassisted) 29’ MTY - Rodolfo Pizarro 1 (Jesus Gallardo 1) 45’ MTY - Miguel Layun 1 (Unassisted) 61’ MTY - Aviles Hurtado 2 (Maximiliano Meza 1) 82’ MTY - Rogelio Funes Mori 2 (Dorlan Pabon 1) 91+

Misconduct Summary: TOL - Pablo Barrientos (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 11’ TOL - Adrian Mora (Red Card; DOGSO) 62’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 11 (6) 0 14 3 1

TOL 10 (0) 4 10 0 5

Misconduct Summary: CAI - Francisco Vence (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 29’ CAI - Abdiel Ayarza (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 35’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 57’ CAI - Jose Guerra (Yellowm Card; Time Wasting) 64’ SKC - Krisztian Nemeth (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 83’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 27 (13) 3 17 2 13

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CAI 5 (3) 10 9 1 1

Misconduct Summary: SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 26’ MTY - Cesar Montes (Yellow Card; Time Wasting) 36’ SKC - Ilie Sanchez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 60’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 17 (4) 0 20 5 3

MTY 10 (5) 2 15 1 0


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC 2019 U.S. OPEN CUP BOX SCORES June 12, 2019: Minnesota United 4-1 Sporting KC U.S. Open Cup Fourth Round | Allianz Field | St. Paul, MN Attendance: 7,211 Weather: Cloudy and 66 degrees 1 2 F 1 0 1 1 3 4

Sporting KC Minnesota United Sporting KC GK Zendejas D Zusi D Smith D Fontas D Medranda (Sinovic 75’) M Ilie M Gutierrez M Feilhaber (C) (Busio 60’) F Gerso F Salloi F Croizet (Rowe 75’)

Minnesota United GK Mannone D Miller (Manley 82’) D Boxall D Omsberg D Dotson M Olum M Martin M Finlay M Quintero (C) M Gasper F Rodriguez (Toye 75’)

Subs not used: Subs not used: Dick (GK) St. Clair (GK) Riley Ibarra Hernandez Kuzain Scoring Summary: MIN - Angelo Rodriguez 1 (Darwin Quintero 1) 2’ SKC - Gerso Fernandes 1 (Jimmy Medranda 1, Felipe Gutierrez 1) 27’ MIN - Ethan Finlay 1 (Hassani Dotson 1) 46’ MIN - Darwin Quintero 1 (Angelo Rodriguez 1) 55’ MIN - Darwin Quintero 2 (Angelo Rodriguez 2) 67’ Misconduct Summary: MIN - Lawrence Olum (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 39’ SKC - Felipe Gutierrez (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 43’ MIN - Collin Martin (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 72’ MIN - Hassani Dotson (Yellow Card; Unsporting Behavior) 85’ Stats Summary Shots (on goal) Saves Fouls Offside Corner Kicks

SKC 15 (6) 1 14 1 9

MIN 14 (5) 5 10 3 4

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Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC STARTERS BY POSITION (2019 REGULAR SEASON)

Formation: 4-3-3

NOTE: Chart does not account for players interchanging and/or switching positions over the course of a match. Substitute players are not listed.

Center forward Krisztian Nemeth 15 Yohan Croizet 7 Erik Hurtado 2 Jimmy Medranda 1

Left forward

Gerso Fernandes 10 Daniel Salloi 10 Kelyn Rowe 4 Gianluca Busio 1

Left-center midfielder

Right forward Johnny Russell 16 Gerso Fernandes 7 Yohan Croizet 1 Kelyn Rowe 1

Right-center midfielder

Felipe Gutierrez 21 Kelyn Rowe 2 Benny Feilhaber 1 Gedion Zelalem 1

Benny Feilhaber 8 Roger Espinoza 7 Gianluca Busio 6 Gedion Zelalem 3 Yohan Croizet 1

Defensive midfielder Ilie 22 Felipe Gutierrez 2 Gedion Zelalem 1

Left back

Seth Sinovic 21 Yohan Croizet 3 Rodney Wallace 1

Left center back

Right center back

Matt Besler 18 Graham Smith 4 Andreu Fontas 3

Botond Barath 16 Andreu Fontas 7 Abdul Rwatubyaye 1 Graham Smith 1

Goalkeeper

Tim Melia 24 Adrian Zendejas 1

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Right back

Graham Zusi 18 Nicolas Hasler 7


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC 2019 REGULAR-SEASON RESULTS DATE

March 3 March 10 March 17 March 30 April 7 April 14 April 20 April 27 May 5 May 12 May 18 May 26 May 29 June 1 June 7 June 23 June 29 July 3 July 6 July 13 July 20 July 26 Aug. 4 Aug. 10 Aug. 14 Aug. 17 Aug. 22 Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 15 Sept. 21 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 Oct. 6

OPPONENT

at Los Angeles FC vs. Philadelphia Union at Colorado Rapids vs. Montreal Impact at FC Cincinnati vs. New York Red Bulls at San Jose Earthquakes vs. New England Revolution vs. Atlanta United FC at D.C. United vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs. Seattle Sounders FC vs. LA Galaxy at Houston Dynamo at Toronto FC at Columbus Crew SC at Real Salt Lake vs. Los Angeles FC vs. Chicago Fire at Vancouver Whitecaps FC vs. FC Dallas at New York City FC at Seattle Sounders FC vs. Real Salt Lake at Orlando City SC vs. San Jose Earthquakes vs. Minnesota United FC vs. Houston Dynamo at Portland Timbers at LA Galaxy vs. Colorado Rapids at Minnesota United FC vs. Portland Timbers at FC Dallas

RESULT L W T W T T L T L L T W L T T W L L W W L L W L L

SCORE 1-2 2-0 1-1 7-1 1-1 2-2 1-4 4-4 0-3 0-1 1-1 3-2 0-2 1-1 2-2 1-0 0-2 1-5 1-0 3-0 0-2 1-3 3-2 1-2 0-1

ATTEND. 22,099 18,738 11,037 18,632 26,023 17,897 15,777 18.511 18,518 12,521 18,691 19,882 19,979 15,710 24,748 14,015 18,933 19,754 18,570 18,700 18,736 20,178 37,722 18,219 22,347

RECORD PLACE PTS. GOALSCORERS 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-1-1 2-1-1 2-1-2 2-1-3 2-2-3 2-2-4 2-3-4 2-4-4 2-4-5 3-4-5 3-5-5 3-5-6 3-5-7 4-5-7 4-6-7 4-7-7 5-7-7 6-7-7 6-8-7 6-9-7 7-9-7 7-10-7 7-11-7

T-10 T-7 T-6 6 7 7 9 T-7 T-8 T-10 11 T-10 T-10 10 10 T-8 T-11 T-11 10 9 10 10 10 10 10

0 3 4 7 8 9 9 10 10 10 11 14 14 15 16 19 19 19 22 25 25 25 28 28 28

Nemeth Ilie, Own Goal Russell Russell (2), Nemeth (3), Gutierrez, Busio Busio Russell, Busio Gutierrez Nemeth (2), Gutierrez (2) --Nemeth Russell (3) -Croizet Gutierrez (2) Gutierrez -Croizet Croizet Own Goal, Gutierrez, Gerso -Ilie Gutierrez (2), Hurtado Russell --

SPORTING KC 2019 REGULAR-SEASON STATS 2019 SPORTING KANSAS CITY STATISTICS (7-11-7, 28 pts.) THROUGH GAMES OF AUGUST 14, 2019 UNF POS PLAYER GP GS MIN 21 M Felipe Gutierrez 24 23 2018 7 F Johnny Russell 20 16 1460 9 F Krisztian Nemeth 19 15 1317 10 M Yohan Croizet 20 12 1091 13 M Gianluca Busio 16 7 616 30 M Benny Feilhaber (TOT) 22 16 1443 30 M Benny Feilhaber (KC) 13 9 823 6 M Ilie Sanchez 24 22 1997 12 F Gerso Fernandes 17 17 1376 19 F Erik Hurtado 4 2 247 17 M Roger Espinoza 8 7 550 11 M *Kelyn Rowe 14 7 690 8 D Graham Zusi 19 18 1631 14 D Nicolas Hasler (TOT) 12 8 708 14 D Nicolas Hasler (KC) 9 7 635 15 D Seth Sinovic 22 21 1911 2 D Botond Barath 17 16 1389 5 D Matt Besler 19 18 1550 4 D Andreu Fontas 13 10 964 36 D Luis Martins 1 0 19 94 D Jimmy Medranda 4 1 67 29 GK Tim Melia 24 24 2160 3 D *Abdul Rwatubyaye 2 1 164 20 F Daniel Salloi 19 10 1010 16 D Graham Smith 6 5 432 22 D Rodney Wallace 1 1 27 24 M Gedion Zelalem 9 5 436 1 GK Adrian Zendejas 1 1 90 18 GK Eric Dick 0 0 0 28 M Cameron Duke 0 0 0 23 F Tyler Freeman 0 0 0 75 M Wan Kuzain 0 0 0 26 D Jaylin Lindsey 0 0 0 Own-goals received Team totals 25 25 2250 Opponent totals 25 25 2250

G 10 8 7 3 3 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 37 44

A 2 5 2 2 0 4 2 4 5 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SHT 54 43 45 24 15 25 16 16 28 3 7 20 25 3 2 10 5 0 3 0 4 0 2 30 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

SOG 26 17 17 12 8 4 2 4 12 1 3 4 4 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 9 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

FC 46 10 24 17 9 29 14 20 28 11 18 14 14 3 3 22 21 9 7 1 0 0 3 13 2 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0

FS 43 29 21 16 13 31 11 13 38 3 10 11 23 7 5 11 6 7 5 0 0 2 0 17 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

OFF 0 5 11 8 0 1 1 2 7 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CK 32 71 0 2 5 22 14 0 4 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

C 8 0 3 4 1 6 3 6 3 1 3 2 3 0 0 4 4 2 2 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

30 49

358 307

127 126

313 310

310 313

39 57

134 107

55 61

4 6

PA 2 1 3 9

W 7 0 7 11

L 11 0 11 7

T 6 1 7 7

SO 4 0 4 6

GAME-WINNING GOALS: Yohan Croizet 1, Felipe Gutierrez 1, Erik Hurtado 1, Krisztian Nemeth 1, Johnny Russell 1, Ilie Sanchez 1 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS: Gerso Fernandes 3, Felipe Gutierrez 2, Yohan Croizet 1, Benny Feilhaber 1, Kelyn Rowe 1 PENALTY KICK GOALS/ATTEMPTS: Felipe Gutierrez 5-6, Ilie Sanchez 1-1, Krisztian Nemeth 0-1, Daniel Salloi 0-1 SPORTING KANSAS CITY INDIVIDUAL GOALKEEPING UNF POS 29 GK 1 GK

GOALKEEPER Tim Melia Adrian Zendejas Team totals Opponent totals

GP 24 1 25 25

GS 24 1 25 25

MIN 2160 90 2250 2250

SH 122 4 126 127

SV 77 3 80 87 18

GA 43 1 44 37

GAA 1.79 1.00 1.76 1.48

PG 0 1 1 6


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes Manager | Peter Vermes

Assistant Coach | Kerry Zavagnin Assistant Coach Kerry Zavagnin first joined Kansas City in 2000 as a holding midfielder and was an integral part of the club’s midfield for the next nine seasons, during which time he helped lead the Wizards to MLS Cup (2000) and U.S. Open Cup (2004) Championships. He was named to the MLS All-Star team and the Best XI in 2004. Zavagnin’s primary duties as an assistant include scouting, developing Sporting Kansas City’s younger players, breaking down film and assisting with training sessions, among others.

Peter Vermes is entering his 11th season as Sporting Kansas City Manager in 2019 and is the longest-tenured active head coach in MLS. He is the team’s longest-serving manager and his 175 coaching victories in all competitions are the most club history. During his tenure, he has won four major trophies – the 2012, 2015 and 2017 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cups and the 2013 MLS Cup championship – and finished atop the Eastern Conference regular-season standings in 2011 and 2012, as well as the Western Conference in 2018. His three U.S. Open Cup championships are the third most in Open Cup history. He is the first coach in club history to lead Sporting KC to eight straight postseason appearances, as well as the only person to ever win the MLS Cup as both a player and a coach with the same team. His 140 regular-season wins top the club’s all-time chart and rank fifth most in MLS history. He passed his former coach Bob Gansler as the winningest manager in team history with a 3-1 win over Real Salt Lake on Aug. 12, 2015, his 109th victory in all competitions.

He started his professional career with the New York/New Jersey MetroStars, where he played in 39 games over two seasons. After spending one season with the Lehigh Valley Steam (USL-1), Zavagnin came to Kansas City in 2000. He played 237 games (228 starts) and logged 20,516 minutes for Kansas City, setting team records in both categories before both were overtaken by Matt Besler early in 2018. He scored eight goals and added 22 assists in his nine seasons in Kansas City blue. Zavagnin was named Team Defender of the Year in 2001.

On August 4, 2018, Vermes coached his 302nd MLS regular-season game with Sporting KC, becoming the league’s all-time leader in games coached for one club. He was named the first-ever MLS Sporting Executive of the Year by his peers in 2018. Vermes has coached 407 total games during his Kansas City coaching career, most in club history.

On top of his club success in Kansas City, Zavagnin also appeared 21 times for the United States Men’s National Team. He recorded one assist for the U.S., who went 15-2-4 when Zavagnin featured. He married his wife Mirriam prior to the 2009 season, when he became an assistant coach at the club.

With over 10 years of service at Sporting KC, Vermes is one of the longest serving managers in world soccer. Among all 18 leagues with an average attendance of 10,000+, Vermes ranks second, only behind 2. Bundesliga side FC Heidenheim’s Frank Schmidt (Sept. 17, 2007 – present). Among the top 51 leagues in the world as denoted by the CIES Football Observatory, Vermes’ tenure at Sporting KC ranks as the fifth longest active run.

Assistant Coach | Zoran Savic Assistant Coach Zoran Savic joined Sporting Kansas City late in the 2009 season after a 30-year career at all levels of the game in the United States. A native of Gornji Milanovac, Yugoslavia, Savic began his journey through American soccer with the Buffalo Stallions of the Major Indoor Soccer League in 1980. Savic would go on to star for several MISL teams, with his most prosperous period coming with the Kansas City Comets, with whom he scored 70 goals in just over 100 appearances from 1982-1984.

Vermes oversees all soccer operations for Sporting KC, including the active roster, the Swope Park Rangers (USL Championship) and the Sporting KC Academy. Vermes entered MLS ahead of its inaugural season in 1996 and retired from the league in 2002, closing out his playing career in Kansas City after stints with the New York/New Jersey MetroStars and Colorado Rapids.

After retiring as a player in 1991, Savic turned his attention to coaching in the indoor game. Savic led the Kansas City Attack from 1992-1996, winning Coach of the Year honors for the 1994-1995 season while also serving as the team’s General Manager. Savic later coached the Kansas City Comets from 2000-2005.

Following a standout high school career in which he was named New Jersey Player of the Year, Vermes was a star forward and All-American at Rutgers University. After college, Vermes represented the United States in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Korea, and was named 1988 Chevrolet U.S. Male Soccer Athlete of the Year for his efforts.

In 2007 Savic switched to the outdoor game, joining Chivas USA as an assistant to then-head coach Preki before moving into the commentary booth for Kansas City matches in 2008 and 2009. Savic’s career as a commentator was cut short, however, when newly installed Manager Peter Vermes tabbed Savic to be part of his coaching staff late in the 2009 season.

Vermes was an integral part of a young U.S. team at the 1990 World Cup in Italy, where he nearly scored against the host Azzurri. It was the first time the U.S. had qualified for the World Cup in 40 years and set the stage for the progress of the U.S. National Team. In 1989 and 1990, Vermes became the first American to play in the Hungarian and Dutch First Divisions, playing for Raba ETO and FC Volendam, respectively. He later spent five years with Figueras of the Spanish Second Division.

Goalkeeper Coach | Alec Dufty Goalkeeper coach Alec Dufty enters his third season with Sporting Kansas City having been introduced to the organization as the Swope Park Rangers goalkeeper coach in the side’s inaugural season in 2016. In his first season working with Sporting KC’s goalkeepers, starting goalkeeper Tim Melia enjoyed a record-breaking season where he was named the 2017 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year.

For MLS’s inaugural season in 1996, Vermes served as captain of the New York/New Jersey MetroStars. In 1997, he was traded to the Colorado Rapids for current Sporting KC Assistant Coach Kerry Zavagnin and played in Denver through the 1999 season, leading the Rapids to the 1997 MLS Cup Final. Vermes joined Kansas City in 2000 for what would be the most successful seasons of his MLS career. During his first year in Kansas City, he anchored one of the best defenses in league history and won MLS Defender of the Year honors in helping lead the Wizards to the 2000 MLS Cup Championship. He retired in 2002 after appearing in 209 MLS matches (including playoffs) and playing more than 18,000 minutes. In 2013, Vermes was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame. Year

A former MLS player, Dufty began his playing career with the New York Red Bulls in 2009, making one appearance before joining the MLS reserve goalkeeper pool. In 2010, Dufty joined USSF D2 Pro League side AC St. Louis, making 30 appearances before returning to MLS with the Chicago Fire in late 2010. He announced his retirement at the conclusion of the 2011 season. Dufty then took to coaching, first working with Florida Gulf Coast University and then the University of Illinois at Chicago. In 2015, Dufty served as goalkeeper coach for Toronto FC II in their inaugural USL season.

PETER VERMES HEAD COACHING RECORD AT SPORTING KC MLS Playoffs Open Cup International Total

2009 3-6-3 --- 2010 11-13-6 --- 2011 13-9-12 2-1-0 2012 18-7-9 1-1-0 2013 17-10-7 2-1-2 2014 14-13-7 0-1-0 2015 14-11-9 0-0-1 2016 13-13-8 0-1-0 2017 12-9-13 0-1-0 2018 18-8-8 1-1-2 2019 7-11-7 0-0-0 TOTAL 140-110-90 6-7-5

--- 0-1-0 3-1-0 4-0-1 1-1-0 1-1-0 4-0-1 1-1-0 4-0-1 2-1-0 0-1-0 20-8-3

--- --- --- --- 2-0-2 3-2-1 --- 1-2-1 --- --- 3-3-0 9-7-4

3-6-3 11-14-6 18-11-12 23-8-10 22-12-11 18-17-8 18-11-11 15-17-9 16-9-13 21-10-10 10-15-7 175-132-102

19


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #2 | D | BOTOND BARATH SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

17

16

1389

0

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

0

0

0

0

0

International

3

3

214

0

1

ALL COMPETITIONS

20

19

1603

0

1

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 0 Assists 0 Shots on Goal 1, May 5, 2019, KC vs. ATL Shots 2, May 5, 2019, KC vs. ATL Fouls Committed 3, 2 times, last: July 26, 2019, KC at NYC Fouls Suffered 2, 2 times, last: July 13, 2019, KC at VAN Last Regular Season... Appearance July 26, 2019, KC at NYC Goal N/A Assist N/A 2019 Record when: he starts 5-7-4 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 6-2 Weight: 165 Birthday: 4/21/1992 Hometown: Budapest, Hungary Last Club: Budapest Honved FC (Hungary) Acquired: Signed on 12/18/18 Sporting Kansas City signed Hungarian international defender Botond Barath entering the 2019 campaign. Born and raised in Budapest, Hungary, Barath has previously spent the entirety of his professional career with hometown club Budapest Honved FC, where he made 213 first-team appearances in all competitions from 2009-2018. The center back helped Honved to the 2016-17 Hungarian first-division title and earned his first of three caps for the Hungary Men’s National Team in October 2018.

debut and scored his first of 12 career goals for the club as Honved finished third in the top-flight Nemzeti Bajnoksag. Barath bagged a career-high four goals during the 2015-16 campaign before helping the club win its 14th first-division championship and its first since 1993 in the 2016-17 season. Honved entered 2017-18 UEFA Champions League qualifying, where Barath scored a goal in an aggregate loss to Israeli club Hapoel Be’er Sheva.

Barath began his professional career in 2009 with Honved II and became a regular starter Barath has six caps for Hungary, including three in UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying this year. for the first team in 2012. In 2012-13, Barath made his UEFA Europa League qualifying Barath previously represented his country at U-18, U-19 and U-21 levels from 2009-2013. MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

17

16

1389

0

0

6

1

21

6

0

0

4

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

17

16

1389

0

0

6

1

21

6

0

0

4

0

0

0

#5 | D | MATT BESLER | @MattBesler SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

276

269

24126

3

18

MLS Postseason

18

18

1740

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

20

18

1684

0

1

International

16

16

1425

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

330

321

28975

3

19

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 1, 3 times, last: July 3, 2016, KC vs. CLB Assists 1, 18 times, last: Oct. 17, 2018, KC at VAN Shots on Goal 2, Oct. 9, 2010, KC vs. SEA Shots 2, 4 times, last: March 16, 2013, KC vs. CHI Fouls Committed 5, Aug. 4, 2012, KC at NE Fouls Suffered 4, Sept. 26, 2009, KC vs. COL Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal July 3, 2016, KC vs. CLB Assist Oct. 17, 2018, KC at VAN 2019 Record when: he starts 7-8-3 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 6-0 Weight: 170 Birthday: 2/11/1987 Hometown: Overland Park, Kansas College: Notre Dame Acquired: 2009 MLS SuperDraft 1st Round (#8) Sporting KC’s Matt Besler is in his 10th season at his hometown club. He has earned MLS Best XI (2012-13), MLS All-Star (2011, 2013-16), MLS Defender of the Year (2012) and MLS Breakout Player of the Year (2012) honors since being selected in the 2009 MLS SuperDraft out of the University of Notre Dame.

Besler has earned 47 caps for the United States Men’s National Team since debuting in January 2013. He featured in four matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, becoming the first Kansan to play in the quadrennial tournament, as the U.S. advanced to the Round of 16. He also helped the U.S. win the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup, starting all three matches in the knockout stage. He joined the U.S. squad for the 2016 Copa America Centenario, starting two matches, and scored his first international goal at St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Sept. 2, the same day his firstborn daughter Parker Rhea was born in Kansas City. He recently made four appearances for his country as the U.S. claimed the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Besler is first in SKC history with 330 appearances across all competitions and is the club’s leader in regular-season appearances (276), starts (269) & minutes (24,126). A regular staple of the team’s backline, he has started 287 of 294 MLS matches (including playoffs) and landed club Defender of the Year honors four times (2011-13, 2015). MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

276

269

24126

3

18

42

10

227

128

8

1

33

2

2

7

KC - Postseason

18

18

1740

0

0

4

0

20

16

3

0

1

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

294

287

25866

3

18

46

10

247

144

11

1

34

2

2

7

20


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #13 | M | GIANLUCA BUSIO | @gbusio13 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 1, 4 times, last: April 14, 2019, KC vs. NY Assists 1, Aug. 4, 2018, KC at HOU Shots on Goal 2, March 10, 2019, KC vs. PHI Shots 4, 3 times, last: July 20, 2019, KC vs. FCD Fouls Committed 3, May 26, 2019, KC vs. SEA Fouls Suffered 3, June 1, 2019, KC at HOU

A

MLS Regular Season

23

8

769

4

1

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

2

1

120

0

0

International

3

0

59

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

28

9

948

4

1

Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal April 14, 2019, KC vs. NY Assist Aug. 4, 2018, KC at HOU 2019 Record when: he starts 1-3-3 he scores 1-0-2

Height: 5-7 Weight: 135 Birthday: 5/28/2002 Hometown: Greensboro, North Carolina Last Club: Sporting KC Academy Acquired: Signed as Homegrown on 8/25/2017 Sporting KC signed Gianluca Busio as the club’s fifth Homegrown Player on Aug. 25, 2017, making him the youngest active player in MLS at the time and the second youngest player in MLS history at the age of 15 years and 89 days. Busio made his professional debut for the Swope Park Rangers on April 4, 2018, recording the game-winning assist.

Busio starred for the Sporting KC Academy during the 2016-17 season, stepping up from the U-14s to the U-16 level, where he scored nine goals in the USSDA and earned Central Conference Best XI honors. He led the U-16s to their first appearance in the USSDA quarterfinals. Busio also earned time for the SKC U-18s throughout 2016-17.

He made his MLS debut on July 28, 2018, before earning his first MLS start, recording the game-winning assist in a 1-0 win over Houston on Aug. 4, 2018 while he became the third youngest player to start an MLS game at the age of 16 years and 68 days. Busio scored his first MLS goal in the 4-1 victory over Vancouver on Oct. 17, 2018, becoming the second youngest goalscorer in league history at the age of 16 years and 142 days.

At the international level, Busio is a member of the U.S. U-17 National Team. He previously guided the U.S. to a second-place finish at the Concacaf U-15 Championship in Bradenton, Florida, scoring a team-high five goals in five matches in August 2017. In May 2019, Busio scored five goals as the U.S. U-17s finished second in the Concacaf U-17 Championship, securing a berth for the 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup in the process.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

23

8

769

4

1

24

9

10

15

0

7

1

0

0

1

MLS - TOTAL

23

8

769

4

1

24

9

10

15

0

7

1

0

0

1

#10 | M | YOHAN CROIZET | @Yohancroizet SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

MLS Regular Season

52

31

2685

6

5

MLS Postseason

4

1

105

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

3

1

99

2

0

International

3

1

108

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

62

34

2997

8

5

Height: 5-10 Weight: 170 Hometown: Sarrebourg, France Last Club: KV Mechelen (Belgium) Acquired: Signed on 12/15/2017

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 1, 6 times, last: July 6, 2019, KC vs. CHI Assists 2, May 26, 2019, KC vs. SEA Shots on Goal 4, April 20, 2018, KC vs. VAN Shots 7, April 20, 2018, KC vs. VAN Fouls Committed 3, 3 times, last: July 13, 2019, KC at VAN Fouls Suffered 2, 9 times, last: June 7, 2019, KC at TOR

A

Last Regular Season... Appearance July 26, 2019, KC at NYC Goal July 6, 2019, KC vs. CHI Assist May 26, 2019, KC vs. SEA 2019 Record when: he starts 3-4-5 he scores 1-1-1

Birthday: 2/15/1992

Yohan Croizet has scored 31 goals in more than 200 professional appearances across Europe. He joins Sporting KC after spending each of the last three seasons in the top-flight Belgian First Division A, where he has tallied 12 goals and 11 assists since 2015. He signed as a Designated Player in December 2017.

Prior to joining KV Mechelen, Croizet blossomed during a two-year stint with Belgian outfit OH Leuven. He bagged four goals as OH Leuven won the 2014-15 Belgian Second Division playoffs and earned promotion to the top flight. The following year, Croizet notched a career-high nine goals and added four assists as the team’s top scorer.

In his first season with KV Mechelen in 2016-17, Croizet played 37 matches, tallying three goals and four assists to help KV Mechelen to a seventh-place finish and 14 league wins, their most in the Belgian first division since 1993. Croizet added three assists in 15 appearances during the 2017-18 season.

Croizet began his professional career as a 19-year-old, debuting for French club FC Metz in 2011. The midfielder amassed seven goals in 57 matches for FC Metz II from 2011-13 before moving from his native France to Belgium ahead of the 2013-14 campaign, signing for RE Virton of the Belgian Second Division. His six goals from the midfield paved the way for his subsequent move to OH Leuven.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

52

31

2685

6

5

73

26

42

32

10

3

6

0

2

2

KC - Postseason

4

1

105

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

56

32

2790

6

5

73

26

43

33

10

4

6

0

2

2

21


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #28 | M | CAMERON DUKE | @camduke20 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

0

0

0

0

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

0

0

0

0

0

International

0

0

0

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

0

0

0

0

0

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals N/A Assists N/A Shots on Goal N/A Shots N/A Fouls Committed N/A Fouls Suffered N/A Last Regular Season... Appearance N/A Goal N/A Assist N/A 2019 Record when: he starts 0-0-0

Height: 5-7 Weight: 135 Birthday: 2/13/2001 Hometown: Overland Park, Kansas Last Club: Sporting KC Academy Acquired: Signed as Homegrown on 7/18/2019

he scores 0-0-0

Sporting Kansas City announced the signing of 18-year-old midfielder Cameron Duke as a Homegrown Player midway through the 2019 season. The Overland Park, Kansas native spent seven years in the club’s Academy from 2012-2019, advancing from the Under-12 side to the Under-19s.

Duke is the No. 1 prospect in the Heartland Region and the 20th-ranked player nationally at TopDrawerSoccer.com. Duke is the younger brother of former Sporting midfielder and Rangers captain Christian Duke, while his father, Chris Duke, played for the Kansas City Comets and Kansas City Attack in the early 1990s.

Duke capped an impressive Academy career by helping the SKC Academy U-19s reach the quarterfinals of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Playoffs in June 2019. After the U-19s secured the No. 4 overall seed with a 16-4-3 regular-season record, Duke spearheaded a first-place finish in the group stage with a goal and an assist.

On the international stage, Duke represented the United States at the U-14 and U-15 level before guiding the U.S. U-16’ National Team to a third-place finish at the Val-deMarne Tournament in France in 2016. Duke earned his first of several calls to the U.S. U-18 Men’s National Team in November 2017 before returning to the team in 2018.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

#18 | GK | ERIC DICK | @DaBrickWall00 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals N/A Assists N/A Shots on Goal N/A Shots N/A Fouls Committed N/A Fouls Suffered N/A

A

MLS Regular Season

0

0

0

0

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

0

0

0

0

0

International

0

0

0

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

0

0

0

0

0

Last Regular Season... Appearance N/A Goal N/A Assist N/A 2019 Record when: he starts 0-0-0

Height: 6-5 Weight: 205 Birthday: 10/3/1994 Hometown: Carmel, Indiana College: Butler University Acquired: 2018 MLS SuperDraft 1st Round (#13) - signed on 2/15/18

he scores 0-0-0

Sporting KC selected goalkeeper Eric Dick with the 13th overall pick in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft. He officially signed an MLS contract for the club in February 2018.

Born in Kansas City suburb Roeland Park, Kansas, Dick led Butler to the 2016 Big East Championship and a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances over his last two seasons. He compiled a 27-10-4 record over his junior and senior campaigns, landing First Team Dick, the 13th overall pick in the SuperDraft, was a four-year starter at Butler University in All-Big East Conference accolades in 2017. Indianapolis. As a senior, he was named the 2017 Big East Conference Goalkeeper of the Year and received United Soccer Coaches First Team All-American honors. He ended his At the youth level, Dick played for the Indiana Fire Academy and attended Carmel High college career with 28 shutouts and a 0.96 goals against average across 71 starts. School in Carmel, Indiana, where he was a two-time All-District and All-County performer. MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

22


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #17 | M | ROGER ESPINOZA SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

MLS Regular Season

230

209

18466

8

34

MLS Postseason

13

12

1019

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

21

18

1946

0

3

International

9

8

727

1

1

ALL COMPETITIONS

273

246

22158

9

38

Height: 5-11 Weight: 170 Hometown: Aurora, Colorado College: Ohio State Last Club: Wigan Athletic (England) Acquired: Signed on 1/6/2015

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 1, 8 times, last: Oct. 28, 2018, KC vs. LAFC Assists 2, 3 times, last: March 30, 2019, KC vs. MTL Shots on Goal 2, 9 times, last: Oct. 7, 2017, KC at MIN Shots 6, May 15, 2016, KC vs. ORL Fouls Committed 5, 3 times, last: March 3, 2019, KC at LAFC Fouls Suffered 6, 2 times, last: Oct. 16, 2016, KC at RSL

A

Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal Oct. 28, 2018, KC vs. LAFC Assist March 30, 2019, KC vs. MTL 2019 Record when: he starts 1-4-2 he scores 0-0-0

Birthday: 10/25/1986

Roger Espinoza played five seasons in Kansas City from 2008-12 before moving abroad to Wigan Athletic FC. After a two-year stint in the English Premier League and English Championship, Espinoza returned to Sporting KC in 2015 and tallied one goal and four MLS assists. His 2015 campaign was cut short due to a left foot injury sustained in early August, but returned to the fold as a regular starter in 2016. Espinoza set new careerhighs in both goals (3) and assists (9) in 2018.

competitions, tallying nine goals and 38 assists over nine seasons. He is the club’s all-time leader and tied for the all-time MLS lead with 10 red cards. In two years at Wigan Athletic, he logged 57 appearances, including eight in the UEFA Europa League, and started in the club’s 2013 FA Cup Final victory over Manchester City. Espinoza has earned 51 caps for the Honduras Men’s National Team since debuting in 2009. He has competed in the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cups as well as the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Espinoza was an MLS All-Star in 2012 and helped lead the club to the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup title that season. He has made 273 appearances for the club in all MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

230

209

18466

8

34

264

66

381

321

14

16

53

10

1

8

KC - Postseason

13

12

1019

0

0

9

4

17

19

2

0

5

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

243

220

19485

8

34

273

70

398

340

16

16

58

10

1

8

#30 | M | BENNY FEILHABER | @b_feilhaber22 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

163

143

12767

29

43

MLS Postseason

8

8

795

0

3

U.S. Open Cup

14

12

1126

3

9

International

9

8

592

1

3

ALL COMPETITIONS

194

171

15280

33

58

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 2, 2 times, last: Sept. 18, 2015, KC vs. FCD Assists 2, 5 times, last: Sept. 24, 2016, KC at SJ Shots on Goal 3, 3 times, last: Oct. 15, 2017, KC vs. HOU Shots 10, Oct. 15, 2017, KC vs. HOU Fouls Committed 6, Aug. 10, 2014, KC at VAN Fouls Suffered 6, 3 times, last: July 3, 2019, LAFC at HOU (w/ LAFC) Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal April 13, 2019, COL vs. DC (w/ COL) Assist July 26, 2019, KC at NYC 2019 Record when: he starts 3-4-2 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 5-9 Weight: 165 Birthday: 1/19/1985 Hometown: Irvine, California Last Club: Colorado Rapids (MLS) Acquired: Acquired via trade on 5/8/2019 Benny Feilhaber rejoined Sporting Kansas City on the MLS transfer deadline in May 2019, having spent five years with the club from 2013-2017, and has amassed 33 goals and 58 assists across 194 appearances in all competitions across both stints. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and raised in Irvine, California, Feilhaber has played nearly 400 matches in a 14-year professional career that includes stops in Germany, England, Denmark and MLS. After spending his first two MLS seasons with the New England Revolution, Feilhaber first joined Sporting in 2013 and played an integral role in the club’s run to the MLS Cup that year. In 2015, Feilhaber had his best professional season to date, earning 2015 MLS All-Star and MLS Best XI honors as one of three MLS MVP finalists, setting a club record with 20 assists in all competitions and becoming just the third player in club history at the time to reach double-digit goals (10) and assists (15) in a

single regular season. His final season in his first spell with Sporting yielded five goals and another U.S. Open Cup title in 2017. Feilhaber was an ever-present fixture for LAFC in 2018, starting 32 of 34 regular season appearances before spending the first two months of the 2019 campaign with the Colorado Rapids. Following a two-year collegiate career at UCLA, Feilhaber turned professional in 2005 with German club Hamburg. He then moved to the English Premier League for the 2007-08 season with Derby County FC before signing with Danish outfit AGF Aarhus, before heading to MLS in 2011. Feilhaber’s 44 international caps with the United States is highlighted by his match-winning volley in the 2007 Concacaf Gold Cup Final against Mexico and three appearances each at the 2008 Olympics in China and the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

163

143

12767

29

43

253

76

195

298

5

283

28

1

7

13

MLS - Regular Season

258

228

20384

39

60

378

117

323

534

7

387

44

3

7

15

KC - Postseason

8

8

795

0

3

21

3

16

23

2

2

2

0

0

1

MLS - Postseason

9

9

868

0

3

22

4

16

24

2

2

2

0

0

1

MLS - TOTAL

267

237

21252

39

63

400

121

339

558

9

389

46

3

7

16

23


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #12 | F | GERSO FERNANDES | @ge7fe SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 3, May 17, 2017, KC vs. SEA Assists 2, 2 times, last: March 30, 2019, KC vs. MTL Shots on Goal 4, May 17, 2017, KC vs. SEA Shots 6, May 17, 2017, KC vs. SEA Fouls Committed 5, 2 times, last: Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA Fouls Suffered 5, 2 times, last: July 20, 2019, KC vs. FCD

A

MLS Regular Season

80

60

5205

14

12

MLS Postseason

3

1

83

1

0

U.S. Open Cup

9

8

628

3

2

International

6

4

438

4

2

ALL COMPETITIONS

98

73

6354

22

16

Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 10, 2019, KC vs. RSL Goal July 13, 2019, KC at VAN Assist Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA 2019 Record when: he starts 6-7-4 he scores 1-0-0

Height: 5-8 Weight: 140 Birthday: 2/21/1991 Hometown: Bissau, Guinea-Bissau Last Club: C.F. Os Belenenses (Portugal) Acquired: Signed on 1/4/2017 Gerso Fernandes, a left-footed winger, has played more than 150 matches during a six-year professional career in Portugal. Prior to joining Sporting KC ahead of the 2017 season, he spent the previous five seasons in the Portuguese first division, including the 2016-17 Primeira Liga campaign with Belenenses. On May 17, 2017, Fernandes scored the first Sporting KC hat-trick in seven years in a 3-0 win over Seattle Sounders FC before adding a goal and an assist in his first-ever U.S. Open Cup game against Minnesota United FC on June 14, 2017. He was named the club’s 2017 Offensive Player of the Year.

Fernandes started nine of 14 Primeira Liga appearances for Belenenses in the 2016-17 season prior to joining Sporting KC, recording one goal and four assists. He also contributed one assist in three domestic cup matches, featuring in the 2016-17 Taça de Portugal and the 2016-17 Taça da Liga. Fernandes appeared more than 100 times for Estoril between 2011-2016. He helped clinch promotion to the Primera Liga in his first year with the club before facilitating Estoril’s transition to the top flight over the next two seasons, recording four assists in 43 Primera Liga appearances and playing six games in the 2013-14 UEFA Europa League group stage.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

80

60

5205

14

12

128

56

91

104

21

15

8

0

4

4

KC - Postseason

3

1

83

1

0

5

3

2

3

0

1

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

83

61

5288

15

12

133

59

93

107

21

16

8

0

4

4

#4 | D | ANDREU FONTAS | @AFontas3 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

15

11

1056

0

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

1

1

90

0

0

International

4

4

326

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

20

16

1472

0

0

Height: 6-1 Weight: 190 Hometown: Banyoles, Spain Last Club: Celta Vigo (Spain) Acquired: Signed on 8/8/2018

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 0 Assists 0 Shots on Goal 1, April 7, 2019, KC at CIN Shots 2, April 7, 2019, KC at CIN Fouls Committed 3, March 30, 2019, KC vs. MTL Fouls Suffered 2, 3 times, last: April 14, 2019, KC vs. NY Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 10, 2019, KC vs. RSL Goal N/A Assist N/A 2019 Record when: he starts 2-4-4 he scores 0-0-0

Birthday: 11/14/1989

Sporting Kansas City signed center back Andreu Fontas, a 10-year professional with more than 200 appearances in his native Spain, on Aug. 8, 2018. Sporting KC used Targeted Allocation Money to sign Fontas, who was a free agent after being released from his contract with La Liga side Celta Vigo following the 2017-18 season. Fontas spent five seasons from 2013-2018 with Celta Vigo in Spain’s top-flight La Liga, where he started 100 of 105 league appearances and helped the club to the semifinals of the 2016-17 UEFA Europa League. The defender developed in FC Barcelona’s famed La

Masia youth academy alongside current Sporting KC midfielder Ilie Sanchez, playing nearly 100 matches combined for FC Barcelona B and FC Barcelona from 2008-2012. Fontas advanced through from the B team to the first team in 2009 and played in 16 games for the Spanish giants, including a sub appearance in the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup Final that Barca won 4-0 over Santos. Fontas spent the 2012-13 season on loan at Mallorca before signing with Celta Vigo in June 2013, where he made 139 appearances over five years. Internationally, Fontas has represented Spain at the Under-19, Under-20 and Under-21 levels and has also played for the Catalonia National Team.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

15

11

1056

0

0

3

1

8

7

0

0

2

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

15

11

1056

0

0

3

1

8

7

0

0

2

0

0

0

24


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #23 | F | TYLER FREEMAN | @tylerfreeman23 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

0

0

0

0

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

0

0

0

0

0

International

0

0

0

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

0

0

0

0

0

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals N/A Assists N/A Shots on Goal N/A Shots N/A Fouls Committed N/A Fouls Suffered N/A Last Regular Season... Appearance N/A Goal N/A Assist N/A 2019 Record when: he starts 0-0-0

Height: 5-10 Weight: 150 Birthday: 1/9/2003 Hometown: Shawnee, Kansas Last Club: Sporting KC Academy Acquired: Signed as Homegrown on 10/2/2018 Sporting Kansas City announced the signing of 16-year-old forward Tyler Freeman as a Homegrown Player late in the 2018 season. A native of Shawnee, Kansas, Freeman is the second-youngest player in club history behind current teammate Gianluca Busio. He entered the Sporting KC Academy in 2014 at age 11 and has represented his hometown club at the U-12 through U-19 levels.

he scores 0-0-0

fourth-place finish at the CONCACAF U-13 Champions League in Mexico City, scoring three goals at the tournament. He featured extensively for both the U-17s and U-19s in the 2017-18 and 2018-19 Development Academy season.

On the international stage, Freeman earned his first selection to the U.S. U-14 Boys’ National Team for a training camp in November 2016. The following June in Zagreb, Freeman made an immediate impact upon joining Sporting KC’s youth ranks, leading the Croatia, he led the U.S. U-14s with a team-best four goals across three friendlies. In U-12s at the 2015 Generation adidas Cup before winning Kansas State Cup titles in 2015 2018, Freeman competed for the U.S. U-16s in April at the Torneo Delle Nazioni in Italy and 2016 with the U-13s. In August 2016, Freeman propelled the Sporting KC U-13s to a before receiving his first call to the U.S. U-17s in August for a Costa Rica training camp. MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

#21 | M | FELIPE GUTIERREZ SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

44

41

3540

17

4

MLS Postseason

4

4

360

0

3

U.S. Open Cup

2

1

109

0

1

International

5

5

413

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

55

51

4422

17

8

Height: 5-7 Weight: 145 Hometown: Quintero, Chile Last Club: Real Betis (Spain) Acquired: Signed on 2/6/2018

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 2, 4 times, last: Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA Assists 2, Sept. 15, 2018, KC at SJ Shots on Goal 4, Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA Shots 6, 2 times, last: April 27, 2019, KC vs. NE Fouls Committed 4, 8 times, last: Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA Fouls Suffered 5, 2 times, last: June 29, 2019, KC at RSL Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA Assist July 6, 2019, KC vs. CHI 2019 Record when: he starts 7-10-6 he scores 4-1-2

Birthday: 10/8/1990

Gutierrez joined 12-time Chilean Primera Division champion CD Universidad Catolica in 2009. He enjoyed a breakout season for the club in 2011, scoring 10 goals in the top-flight Primera Division as Universidad Catolica finished atop the spring Apertura standings and won the 2011 Copa Chile. Gutierrez landed a transfer to FC Twente ahead of the 2012-13 Eredivisie season, debuting for the Dutch side in a UEFA Europa League qualifier. In his sophomore season at FC Twente, Gutierrez reached new heights as the midfielder started 33 league matches and was named the 2013-14 Eredivisie Most Valuable Player for his instrumental role in propelling the Tukkers to a third-place finish in the table.

Gutierrez moved from Netherlands to Spain in 2016-17, signing for Spanish La Liga side Real Betis. His first La Liga goal was a stoppage-time winner as Real Betis beat Osasuna 2-1 in October 2016. Gutierrez spent most of 2017 on loan at Internacional in Brazil, where he played 16 games and helped the club gain promotion to the top-flight Serie A. A native of Quintero, Chile, Gutierrez has represented his country 35 times at the senior international level. He’s competed on a global stage at the sport’s highest level, featuring at the 2014 FIFA World Cup and helping Chile lift the 2015 Copa America title as champions of South America.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

44

41

3540

17

4

94

43

85

68

1

52

11

0

5

3

KC - Postseason

4

4

360

0

3

9

4

9

11

1

11

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

48

45

3900

17

7

103

47

94

79

2

63

11

0

5

3

25


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #14 | D | NICOLAS HASLER SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

MLS Regular Season

9

7

635

0

1

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

0

0

0

0

0

International

0

0

0

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

9

7

635

0

1

Height: 5-9 Weight: 175 Hometown: Vaduz, Liechtenstein Last Club: Chicago Fire (MLS) Acquired: Signed on 4/2/2019

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 1, 3 times, last: Sept. 23, 2017, TOR at NE (w/ TOR) Assists 1, 5 times, last: May 26, 2019, KC vs. SEA Shots on Goal 2, Aug. 19, 2017, TOR at CHI (w/ TOR) Shots 2, 6 times, last: Oct. 28, 2018, CHI vs. DC (w/ CHI) Fouls Committed 2, 3 times, last: Oct. 28, 2018, CHI vs. DC (w/ CHI) Fouls Suffered 4, April 14, 2018, TOR at COL (w/ TOR)

A

Last Regular Season... Appearance July 3, 2019, KC vs. LAFC Goal Sept. 23, 2017, TOR at NE (w/ TOR) Assist May 26, 2019, KC vs. SEA 2019 Record when: he starts 1-3-3 he scores 0-0-0

Birthday: 5/4/1991

Sporting Kansas City signed defender Nicolas Hasler in April 2019. He has made more than 200 club appearances since turning professional in 2009, including 39 MLS matches split between Toronto FC and the Chicago Fire. The versatile player spent the first eight years of his career in his native Liechtenstein, where he starred for FC Vaduz and won six major trophies with the club.

spell with Vaduz, Hasler appeared in five separate editions of the UEFA Europa League, won five consecutive Liechtensteiner Cups from 2013-2017 and scored 15 goals in 158 competitive matches. Hasler moved to Toronto in 2017, helping the side to a historic treble consisting of the Canadian Championship, MLS Supporters’ Shield and MLS Cup. Hasler was traded to the Chicago Fire in July 2018, where he started nine of 13 matches.

After rising through the ranks and starting his pro career with FC Balzers in 2009, Hasler joined fellow Liechtensteiner club USV Eschen/Mauren for the 2010-11 season. He then moved to FC Vaduz, a club that competes in the Swiss Football League. In a six-year

As one of the country’s most decorated players this decade, Hasler has scored three goals in 61 caps for the Liechtenstein Men’s National Team since 2010 and was named Liechtensteiner Footballer of the Year in 2015, 2017 and 2018.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

9

7

635

0

1

2

0

3

5

1

0

0

0

0

0

MLS - Regular Season

46

36

3185

3

5

23

9

23

21

5

0

1

0

1

1

MLS - Postseason

2

1

107

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

48

37

3293

3

5

24

9

23

21

5

0

1

0

1

1

#19 | F | ERIK HURTADO | @Etado19 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 1, 13 times, last: Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA Assists 1, 10 times, last: Oct. 21, 2018, VAN at LAFC (w/ VAN) Shots on Goal 2, 9 times, last: Sept. 30, 2018, VAN at KC (w/ VAN) Shots 7, Sept. 3, 2016, VAN vs. NY (w/ VAN) Fouls Committed 7, Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA Fouls Suffered 5, Aug. 27, 2016, VAN at LA (w/ VAN)

A

MLS Regular Season

4

2

247

1

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

0

0

0

0

0

International

3

1

115

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

7

3

362

1

0

Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA Assist Oct. 21, 2018, VAN at LAFC (w/ VAN) 2019 Record when: he starts 1-1-0 he scores 1-0-0

Height: 5-10 Weight: 185 Birthday: 11/15/1990 Hometown: Beaverton, Oregon Last Club: Vancouver Whitecaps FC (MLS) Acquired: Acquired via trade on 12/14/2018 Sporting KC acquired forward Erik Hurtado in late 2018 from Vancouver Whitecaps FC. In six seasons with the Whitecaps, Hurtado contributed 17 goals and 13 assists in 123 matches (47 MLS starts) across all competitions since being selected fifth overall in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft.

Norwegian first division. Hurtado made 12 appearances during the five-month loan spell. Hurtado had two goals and two assists in the 2016-17 Concacaf Champions League with Vancouver, scoring in both CCL fixtures against Sporting KC, as the Whitecaps advanced from the group stage and advanced all the way to the semifinals.

The former U.S. youth international and Santa Clara product recorded seven goals and five assists in his first two professional seasons, before helping the Whitecaps to their lone Canadian Championship title in 2015 with an 87th-minute game-tying assist in the semifinal series before garnering European experience on loan with Mjondalen in the

More recently, Hurtado has compiled six goals and three assists since the start of the 2017 season, including his game-winning goal in Vancouver’s 1-0 victory over Sporting KC at Children’s Mercy Park that snapped Sporting’s 24-game home unbeaten streakon Sept. 30, 2017.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

4

2

247

1

0

3

1

11

3

0

0

1

0

1

0

MLS - Regular Season

109

49

4960

13

10

129

44

112

74

46

6

4

0

2

3

MLS - Postseason

1

1

78

1

0

2

2

3

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

110

50

5038

14

10

131

46

115

77

46

6

4

0

2

3

26


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #26 | D | JAYLIN LINDSEY | @JaylinLindsey SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 0 Assists 1, July 14, 2018, KC at NY Shots on Goal 1, July 28, 2018, KC vs. FCD Shots 2, 2 times, last: July 28, 2018, KC vs. FCD Fouls Committed 1, 5 times, last: July 28, 2018, KC vs. FCD Fouls Suffered 1, 2 times, last: July 28, 2018, KC vs. FCD

A

MLS Regular Season

7

6

555

0

1

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

3

2

205

0

0

International

1

1

90

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

11

9

850

0

1

Last Regular Season... Appearance July 28, 2018, KC vs. FCD Goal N/A Assist July 14, 2018, KC at NY 2019 Record when: he starts 0-0-0 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 5-8 Weight: 155 Birthday: 3/27/2000 Hometown: Charlotte, North Carolina Last Club: Sporting KC Academy Acquired: Signed as Homegrown on 1/1/2018 Sporting Kansas City signed Jaylin Lindsey as a Homegrown Player in September 2017, with his contract starting on Jan. 1, 2018. He made his MLS debut on June 3 in a 4-1 win over Minnesota United FC. A product of the Sporting KC Academy, Lindsey is the third-youngest signing in club history. The defender has featured for the Sporting KC U-16s and U-18s and made more than 25 appearances for the United States U-17 Men’s National Team from 2016-2017.

Lindsey signed an Academy contract with the Swope Park Rangers on May 6, 2016. A day later, he became the first American player born in 2000 or later to appear in a professional match. Lindsey would feature once more for the Rangers before joining the U.S. U-17 Residency Program in August 2016. Lindsey has featured regularly for the U.S. U-17s and received his first call-up to the U.S. U-20s in September 2018. He was named to the 2017 CONCACAF U-17 Championship Best XI in May after helping the U.S. to a second-place finish. That allowed Lindsey to represent the U.S. at the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup in India. Lindsey has been a youth international since 2013, representing the U-14s, U-15s and U-17s.

Born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina, Lindsey joined the Sporting KC Academy in January 2015. He has made more than 30 combined appearances for the U-16s and U-18s. After impressing throughout his first full Academy season with Sporting KC, MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

7

6

555

0

1

5

1

5

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

7

6

555

0

1

5

1

5

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

#36 | D | LUIS MARTINS SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

1

0

19

0

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

0

0

0

0

0

International

0

0

0

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

1

0

19

0

0

Height: 5-9 Weight: 150 Hometown: Lamego, Portugal Last Club: G.D. Chaves (Portugal) Acquired: Signed on 8/1/2019

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 0 Assists 0 Shots on Goal 0 Shots 0 Fouls Committed 1, Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Fouls Suffered 0 Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal N/A Assist N/A 2019 Record when: he starts 0-0-0 he scores 0-0-0

Birthday: 6/10/1992

Sporting Kansas City signed Portuguese left back Luis Martins in early August 2019. Martins boasts eight years of professional experience, including stints in the top-flight Portuguese Primeira Liga and Spanish La Liga. Born and raised in Lamego, Portugal, Martins came through the Benfica Academy and earned his first team debut with a start in the UEFA Champions League, helping the side to a 1-1 draw against FC Basel on Nov. 2, 2011, before spending most of 2012 with Benfica B. Martins transferred to Gil Vicente in 2013 and amassed 40 Primeira Liga appearances over the next two years. In 2014, Martins headed to Spain and signed with

Granada in La Liga. His debut saw him face eventual UEFA Champions League winners FC Barcelona in the Camp Nou. Martins was loaned to fellow Spanish side Osasuna in 2015-16 and to Portuguese outfit Maritimo from 2016-2018. Martins spent the 2018-19 campaign with G.D. Chaves in the Portuguese top flight, scoring once in 20 matches. As a youth, Martins represented Portugal’s U-16s, U-17s and U-18s from 2008-2009. He then featured at the 2010 UEFA Under-19 Championship before helping Portugal to a second-place finish at the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Colombia. He also started four qualifying matches for the 2015 UEFA Under-21 Championship.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

1

0

19

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

1

0

19

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

27


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #94 | D | JIMMY MEDRANDA | @jimmymedranda SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 1, 5 times, last: April 20, 2018, KC vs. VAN Assists 1, 4 times, last: April 15, 2018, KC vs. SEA Shots on Goal 3, June 3, 2017, KC vs. MIN Shots 4, 5 times, last: June 3, 2017, KC vs. MIN Fouls Committed 4, 2 times, last: Sept. 24, 2016, KC at SJ Fouls Suffered 4, March 15, 2014, KC vs. FCD

A

MLS Regular Season

90

63

5378

5

4

MLS Postseason

2

1

121

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

8

7

723

0

3

International

2

1

96

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

102

72

6319

5

7

Height: 5-8 Weight: 150 Birthday: 2/7/1994 Hometown: Mosquera, Nariño, Colombia Last Club: Deportivo Pereira (Colombia) Acquired: Signed on 2/13/2014

Jimmy Medranda joined Sporting KC in August 2013 on loan from Colombian club Deportivo Pereira, making his MLS debut a month later. He signed permanently for Sporting KC in February 2014 and has played 102 games for the club across all competitions. He set career highs for appearances (39), starts (29), minutes (2,619) and goals (2) in 2017. Medranda missed just over a year starting on May 20, 2018 after undergoing knee surgery before returning on May 26, 2019.

Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal April 20, 2018, KC vs. VAN Assist April 15, 2018, KC vs. SEA 2019 Record when: he starts 0-1-0 he scores 0-0-0

Medranda has scored five goals and added seven assists since the start of 2016, his first for the club. He joined Deportivo Pereira’s youth system at age 12 before climbing the ladder to the senior team by age 17. He made 16 first team appearances for the club in two seasons, scoring twice.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

90

63

5378

5

4

113

24

81

49

6

19

12

1

1

2

KC - Postseason

2

1

121

0

0

1

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

92

64

5499

5

4

114

24

82

50

6

19

12

1

1

2

#29 | GK | TIM MELIA | @TimMelia28 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

MLS Regular Season

139

139

12479

0

0

MLS Postseason

6

6

534

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

11

11

1080

0

0

International

6

6

540

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

162

162

14633

0

0

Height: 6-1 Weight: 190 Hometown: Great River, New York College: Lynn University Last Club: Chivas USA (MLS) Acquired: Signed on 12/23/2014

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals Allowed 5, 3 times, last: July 3, 2019, KC vs. LAFC Saves 10, April 8, 2018, KC at LA

A

Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Shutout July 13, 2019, KC at VAN 2019 Record when: he starts 7-11-6

Birthday: 5/15/1986

Tim Melia, the winningest goalkeeper in club history with 58 MLS regular-season wins, became recognized as one of the league’s top goalkeepers in 2017. Melia claimed the 2017 Goalkeeper of the Year crown with career-highs in wins (12), shutouts (10), saves (91), starts (31) and minutes (2,759). Melia surpassed each of those numbers in 2018, posting 18 wins, 13 shutouts, 106 saves, 34 starts and 3060 minutes.

During his breakout campaign in 2015, Melia finished third in 2015 with a 72.6 precent save percentage while also ranking in the top 10 in wins, shutouts and goals against average. He was a six-time member of the MLSsoccer.com Team of the Week and became the first goalkeeper in MLS history to record six shutouts in his first nine league matches for a new team. He was named MLS Comeback Player of the Year.

Melia was also named the club’s 2017 Most Valuable Player. Among goalkeepers with at least 15 regular-season appearances in 2017, he led MLS with a 0.78 goals against average, 78.4 save percentage and 69.2-percent passing accuracy. He also ranked second in shutouts. On April 8, 2018, Melia set a new club record and career-high with 10 saves in a 2-0 win over the LA Galaxy.

After a four-year college career with NCAA Division III program Lynn University (New York), Melia began his professional career in 2008 with the Rochester Rhinos of the USL First Division. After stints with Real Salt Lake and Chivas USA, he spent the latter half of 2014 as a League Pool Goalkeeper, earning emergency call-ups from Sporting KC, FC Dallas and D.C. United.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

SHT

SVS

SO

GA

GAA

PG

PA

C

E

W

L

T

KC - Regular Season

139

139

12479

589

417

43

165

1.19

11

20

10

0

59

45

34

MLS - Regular Season

145

144

12919

625

440

43

179

1.25

12

21

10

1

59

49

35

KC - Postseason

6

6

534

24

15

1

8

1.35

0

0

0

0

1

2

2

MLS - TOTAL

151

150

13452

649

455

44

187

1.25

12

21

10

1

60

51

37

28


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #9 | F | KRISZTIAN NEMETH | @KNemeth_Nemo SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

56

42

3740

18

9

MLS Postseason

2

1

130

1

0

U.S. Open Cup

4

4

371

5

1

International

5

5

388

4

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

67

52

4629

28

10

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 3, March 30, 2019, KC vs. MTL Assists 1, 12 times, last: July 13, 2019, KC at VAN Shots on Goal 3, 2 times, last: April 27, 2019, KC vs. NE Shots 7, April 27, 2019, KC vs. NE Fouls Committed 3, 3 times, last: May 18, 2019, KC vs. VAN Fouls Suffered 7, May 29, 2015, KC vs. FCD Last Regular Season... Appearance July 26, 2019, KC at NYC Goal May 18, 2019, KC vs. VAN Assist July 13, 2019, KC at VAN 2019 Record when: he starts 3-7-5 he scores 1-1-2

Height: 5-11 Weight: 165 Birthday: 1/5/1989 Hometown: Gyor, Hungary Last Club: New England Revolution (MLS) Acquired: Acquired via trade with New England Revolution on 8/6/2018 Sporting Kansas City acquired forward Krisztian Nemeth from the New England Revolution in August 2018. Nemeth returns to Sporting KC after recording 16 goals and seven assists in 33 competitive matches for the club in 2015. The forward joined Al-Gharafa SC in Qatar in 2016 and has spent the last 12 months in MLS with the Revs.

Nemeth also played a pivotal role in Sporting KC’s run to the 2015 U.S. Open Cup title, finishing as the tournament’s joint-top scorer with five goals, including a second-half equalizer in the final as Sporting KC defeated the Philadelphia Union on penalties. Nemeth began his career with MTK Budapest in Hungary before signing with Liverpool FC in 2007. He had loan stints at Blackpool and AEK Athens before signing permanently in Greece with Olympiacos in 2010. Nemeth endured further loan spells at Olympiacos Volos, MTK Budapest and RKC Waalwijk before signing permanently in the Netherlands with Roda JC in 2012, where he spent two years prior to joining SKC in 2015.

In his first stint with SKC, Nemeth was named the club’s newcomer of the year and became Kansas City’s first MLS Goal of the Year winner for his stunning solo effort in a 1-0 victory over the Portland Timbers on Oct. 3, 2015. The Hungarian scored 10 goals throughout the 2015 regular season, earning MLS Player of the Month honors in May. MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

56

42

3740

18

9

122

44

48

63

24

0

6

1

6

1

MLS - Regular Season

77

49

4383

19

12

140

49

64

72

25

0

7

2

6

1

KC - Postseason

2

1

130

1

0

4

2

3

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

79

50

4612

20

12

144

51

67

72

25

0

8

2

6

1

#7 | F | JOHNNY RUSSELL SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

MLS Regular Season

50

40

3643

18

15

MLS Postseason

4

4

345

0

1

U.S. Open Cup

3

2

190

2

2

International

6

5

422

0

2

ALL COMPETITIONS

63

51

4600

20

20

Height: 5-10 Weight: 170 Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland Last Club: Derby County FC (England) Acquired: Signed on 1/31/2018

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 3, 2 times, last: May 26, 2019, KC vs. SEA Assists 2, 2 times, last: Aug. 25, 2018, KC vs. MIN Shots on Goal 4, 2 times, last: May 26, 2019, KC vs. SEA Shots 6, 2 times, last: Oct. 6, 2018, KC vs. LA Fouls Committed 3, 2 times, last: March 30, 2019, KC vs. MTL Fouls Suffered 5, May 12, 2019, KC at DC

A

Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal Aug. 10, 2019, KC vs. RSL Assist July 26, 2019, KC at NYC 2019 Record when: he starts 3-9-5 he scores 2-1-2

Birthday: 4/8/1990

Sporting KC acquired Scottish winger Johnny Russell in a transfer from English club Derby County FC in January 2018. Russell has tallied 20 goals and 20 assists in 63 appearances for Sporting KC since the start of 2018, including two hat tricks.

League. He added 14 more goals in all comps during the 2011-12 campaign to pace another fourth-place finish. Russell’s final season at Dundee saw him produce a team-best 20 goals in 38 competitive appearances. Russell reached new heights in June 2013 when he joined Derby County. He marked his debut for the outfit with his first of nine Russell previously scored 93 goals during a 12-year professional career in England and goals in the 2013-14 English Championship as the Rams fell just short of promotion to the his native Scotland. Russell developed in the Dundee United Academy in Scotland before EPL. He totaled 18 goals over the next two seasons. making his professional debut for the top-flight Scottish Premiership club in May 2007 at age 17. He spent most of the following two seasons on loan at Scottish side Forfar Russell has 12 career caps for Scotland and scored his first international goal during a Athletic and marked his first career Dundee United start with a goal in the 2009 Scottish European Championshop Qualifier in San Marino on March 24, 2019. Russell made his FA Cup. After being loaned to Raith Rovers in 2009-10, Russell enjoyed a breakout year debut in 2014 and recently helped Scotland gain promotion to League B in the UEFA at Dundee United with nine goals as the Tangerines finished fourth in the Scottish Premier Nations League in 2018. He has also represented Scotland at the U-19 and U-21 levels. MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

50

40

3643

18

15

113

47

25

66

9

145

3

0

2

3

KC - Postseason

4

4

345

0

1

8

2

6

6

1

13

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

54

44

3988

18

16

121

49

31

72

10

158

3

0

2

3

29


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #20 | F | DANIEL SALLOI | @danielsalloi SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

70

48

4473

14

9

MLS Postseason

5

4

397

3

0

U.S. Open Cup

8

4

495

5

0

International

5

2

152

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

88

58

5517

22

9

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 2, Oct. 17, 2018, KC at VAN Assists 2, 2 times, last: June 23, 2018, KC vs. HOU Shots on Goal 4, 3 times, last: July 13, 2019, KC at VAN Shots 8, May 5, 2018, KC vs. COL Fouls Committed 4, June 7, 2019, KC at TOR Fouls Suffered 4, 2 times, last: May 12, 2019, KC at DC Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 10, 2019, KC vs. RSL Goal Oct. 28, 2018, KC vs. LAFC Assist Aug. 18, 2018, KC vs. POR 2019 Record when: he starts 4-4-2 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 6-1 Weight: 150 Birthday: 7/19/1996 Hometown: Budapest, Hungary Last Club: Gyirmot SE (Hungary) - Loan Acquired: Signed as a Homegrown on 1/13/2016 Sporting Kansas City signed forward Daniel Salloi as the fourth Homegrown Player in club history in early 2016 and made his Sporting KC debut on April 9, 2017 against the Colorado Rapids. Salloi is one of six Homegrown Players on Sporting Kansas City’s current roster, alongside Gianluca Busio (2017), Jaylin Lindsey (2018), Wan Kuzain Wan Kamal (2018), Tyler Freeman (2019) and Cameron Duke (2019).

for the remainder of the season. Salloi moved to the United States in August 2014 as an AFS exchange student and attended Blue Valley Northwest High School in Overland Park, Kansas, joining joined the Sporting Kansas City Academy U-18s for the 2014-15 season. After a successful spell with the Sporting KC U-18s, Salloi returned to his former Academy side Ujpest FC in July 2015 to sign an amateur contract for senior team, a 20-time champion in Hungary’s first division. He made his professional debut in the top-tier OTP Bank Liga on July 18, the day before his 19th birthday. Salloi received his first call-up to the Hungary National Team in August 2018. He previously played for the Hungary Under-21 National Team after debuting in 2017 and earned four caps.

He scored on his first start for the club - a 4-0 win over Minnesota United FC in the U.S. Open Cup on June 14, 2017 - before adding his first MLS goal vs. Portland on July 1. Salloi scored the winning goal in the 2017 U.S. Open Cup Final. Salloi made 10 appearances for Sporting KC’s USL affiliate, the Swope Park Rangers, in 2016 and scored four goals and added three assists before being loaned to Gyirmot SE in Hungary MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

70

48

4473

14

9

150

59

35

61

17

1

5

2

6

4

KC - Postseason

5

4

397

3

0

15

5

3

8

2

0

1

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

75

52

4870

17

9

165

64

38

69

19

1

6

2

6

4

#6 | M | ILIE SANCHEZ SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

MLS Regular Season

91

89

8027

6

10

MLS Postseason

5

5

480

1

0

U.S. Open Cup

9

9

870

0

1

International

6

6

540

2

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

111

109

9917

9

11

Height: 5-11 Weight: 170 Hometown: Barcelona, Spain Last Club: Elche CF (Spain) Acquired: Signed on 1/13/2017

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 1, 6 times, last: July 26, 2019, KC at NYC Assists 2, May 9, 2018, KC at ATL Shots on Goal 2, 2 times, last: Oct. 21, 2018, KC at FCD Shots 5, April 20, 2018, KC vs. VAN Fouls Committed 5, March 10, 2018, KC at CHI Fouls Suffered 6, May 5, 2018, KC vs. COL

A

Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal July 26, 2019, KC at NYC Assist July 3, 2019, KC vs. LAFC 2019 Record when: he starts 7-9-7 he scores 1-1-0

Birthday: 11/21/1990

Ilie, a product of FC Barcelona’s famed La Masia youth academy, has eight years of professional experience in Spain and Germany. The defensive midfielder featured extensively for FC Barcelona B from 2009-2014 and most recently played for Elche CF during the 2015-16 season. He joined Sporting KC ahead of the 2017 season and has made 111 appearances in all competitions, earning SKC Newcomer of the Year honors in 2017 before being named an MLS All-Star and the club’s Most Valuable Player in 2018.

After missing most of 2011-12 through injury, Sánchez claimed a regular spot in Barcelona B’s midfield over the next two seasons. He played 29 league matches in 2012-13 and started 36 of 38 appearances in 2013-14, guiding Barcelona B to another third-place finish in the Segunda Division. Sánchez appeared in 114 league games during his five-year spell at FC Barcelona B.

Sánchez moved to Germany’s second division in 2014, making 26 appearances in all Born and raised in Barcelona, Sánchez jumped from La Masia to FC Barcelona B ahead competitions for 1860 Munich of the 2. Bundesliga. He was then loaned back to his native of the 2009-10 campaign. He helped the club earn promotion to the Spanish Segunda Spain for the 2015-16 campaign, where he played 28 games for CF Elche in the Segunda Division in his first professional season. He played 24 more matches the following year as Division. Barcelona B finished third in Spain’s second tier. MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

91

89

8027

6

10

80

20

70

84

2

13

18

0

1

2

KC - Postseason

5

5

480

1

0

5

2

4

4

0

0

1

0

1

0

MLS - TOTAL

96

94

8507

7

10

85

22

74

88

2

13

19

0

2

2

30


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #15 | D | SETH SINOVIC | @ssinovic SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

210

200

17738

1

12

MLS Postseason

15

15

1404

2

0

U.S. Open Cup

16

15

1263

0

2

International

16

15

1386

1

2

ALL COMPETITIONS

257

245

21791

4

16

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 1, April 9, 2017, KC vs. COL Assists 1, 12 times, last: Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA Shots on Goal 2, 2 times, last: Oct. 11, 2017, KC at HOU Shots 3, 5 times, last: Aug. 25, 2018, KC vs. MIN Fouls Committed 5, 2 times, last: Sept. 23, 2015, KC at HOU Fouls Suffered 3, 6 times, last: April 20, 2013, KC at LA Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal April 9, 2017, KC vs. COL Assist Aug. 4, 2019, KC at SEA 2019 Record when: he starts 7-10-4 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 5-10 Weight: 170 Birthday: 1/28/1987 Hometown: Leawood, Kansas College: Creighton Last Club: New England Revolution (MLS) Acquired: Signed on 5/10/2011 A nine-year MLS veteran, Seth Sinovic has started 245 of 257 appearances in all competitions since joining Sporting KC from the New England Revolution in 2011. The left back played at least 30 regular season matches every year from 2012-2014, during which time Sporting KC conceded the fewest combined goals in MLS. He scored his first MLS regular-season goal on his 150th MLS appearance for Sporting KC against the Colorado Rapids on April 9, 2017.

A native of Leawood, Kansas, Sinovic scored his first professional goal in the 2012 MLS Cup Playoffs and notched the second of his career in the 2013 postseason as Sporting KC won MLS Cup. He was named the club’s Defender of the Year in 2014. After a four-year college career at Creighton University, Sinovic was selected by New England with the 25th pick in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft. He made 20 MLS appearances as a rookie before moving to Sporting KC in 2011.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

210

200

17738

1

12

106

26

217

128

10

0

35

1

0

5

MLS - Regular Season

230

218

19318

1

12

113

27

230

139

11

0

38

1

0

5

KC - Postseason

15

15

1404

2

0

7

4

23

16

0

0

3

0

2

0

MLS - TOTAL

245

233

20722

3

12

120

31

253

155

11

0

41

1

2

5

#16 | D | GRAHAM SMITH | @grahamsmith161 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 0 Assists 0 Shots on Goal 1, May 12, 2019, KC at DC Shots 2, May 12, 2019, KC at DC Fouls Committed 2, July 14, 2018, KC at NY Fouls Suffered 1, June 7, 2019, KC at TOR

A

MLS Regular Season

8

7

612

0

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

2

2

180

0

0

International

0

0

0

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

10

9

792

0

0

Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal N/A Assist N/A 2019 Record when: he starts 0-3-2 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 6-3 Weight: 185 Birthday: 4/8/1990 Hometown: Highlands Ranch, Colorado College: University of Denver Acquired: 2018 MLS SuperDraft 1st Round (#18) - signed on 2/15/18 Sporting Kansas City selected center back Graham Smith with the 18th overall pick in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft before officially sigining him in February 2018. He made his debut and first start for the club in the 3-2 victory over Houston on June 23, 2018, going the full 90 minutes at center back in the thrilling win.

A native of Highlands Ranch, Colo., Smith was teammates with current SKC forward Khiry Shelton during his freshman year at Oregon State. He assisted three goals in 38 matches for the Beavers, helping the side reach the NCAA Tournament in 2014. Upon transferring to Denver in 2016, Smith helped the Pioneers reach the Men’s College Cup for the first time in program history. He split time between the holding midfield and Smith split his four-year college career between Oregon State University (2014-15) and center back positions, serving as the anchor of a defense that notched a 0.52 goals the University of Denver (2016-17). The defender started all 80 appearances at the NCAA against average in 2016 and a 0.71 goals against average in 2017. As a senior, Smith Division I level, registering six goals and seven assists in his final two seasons with the was a United Soccer Coaches All-West Region Second Team selection and a CoSIDA Pioneers. Academic All-American. MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

8

7

612

0

0

3

1

4

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

8

7

612

0

0

3

1

4

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

31


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #22 | D | RODNEY WALLACE | @rodwallace22 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 2, Oct. 4, 2014, POR at SJ (w/ POR) Assists 3, June 23, 2013, POR vs. COL (w/ POR) Shots on Goal 5, May 7, 2017, NYC vs. ATL (w/ NYC) Shots 6, Sept. 27, 2017, NYC at MTL (w/ NYC) Fouls Committed 6, May 30, 2009, DC vs. NY (w/ DC) Fouls Suffered 3, 5 times, last: Sept. 27, 2017, NYC at MTL (w/ NYC)

A

MLS Regular Season

1

1

27

0

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

0

0

0

0

0

International

2

1

91

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

3

2

118

0

0

Last Regular Season... Appearance April 7, 2019, KC at CIN Goal Sept. 29, 2018, NYC at MIN (w/ NYC) Assist May 19, 2018, NYC vs. COL (w/ NYC) 2019 Record when: he starts 0-0-1 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 6-0 Weight: 165 Birthday: 6/17/1988 Hometown: Rockville, Maryland College: University of Maryland Acquired: Signed as a Free Agent on 12/14/18 Sporting Kansas City signed free agent defender and Costa Rican international Rodney Wallace in December 2018. Wallace has recorded 26 goals and 33 assists in 214 MLS appearances (including playoffs) since beginning his professional career in 2009. The versatile veteran, who was a 2013 MLS All-Star and a 2015 MLS Cup champion with with the Portland Timbers, arrives in Kansas City after a two-year stint with New York City FC.

Wallace bounced back from a knee injury to record five goals and one assist in 17 games in 2014, resulting in 2014 MLS Comeback Player of the Year honors. He made a career-high 32 regular-season appearances in 2015 for a Portland side that finished third in the Western Conference before bagging the game-winner in the 2015 MLS Cup. In 2016, Wallace continued his career abroad in the top divisions of Portugal and Brazil, first with FC Arouca and then Sport Recife. Wallace made 46 MLS appearances for NYCFC from 2017-2018, where he notched five goals and eight assists.

Selected as the sixth overall pick in the 2009 MLS SuperDraft, Wallace had three goals and three assists as a rookie with D.C. United before joining the Timbers ahead of their inaugural 2011 campaign. As a left-sided midfielder and defender, Wallace experienced a breakout year in 2013 when he scored a career-high seven goals with six assists and propelled Portland to the MLS Cup Playoffs for the first time.

Wallace has earned 32 caps for the Costa Rica Men’s National Team, tallying four goals and notably featuring at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia after competing at the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2013 and 2017.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

1

1

27

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

MLS - Regular Season

204

161

14174

24

29

262

91

275

123

51

0

35

0

8

9

MLS - Postseason

11

11

891

2

4

21

7

27

7

3

0

4

0

1

2

MLS - TOTAL

215

172

15065

26

33

283

98

302

130

54

0

39

0

9

11

#75 | M | WAN KUZAIN WAN KAMAL | @LeKuz7 SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 1, June 3, 2018, KC vs. MIN Assists 0 Shots on Goal 2, June 3, 2018, KC vs. MIN Shots 3, June 3, 2018, KC vs. MIN Fouls Committed 2, July 4, 2018, KC at RSL Fouls Suffered 2, 2 times, last: July 7, 2018, KC vs. TOR

A

MLS Regular Season

6

3

307

1

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

2

2

173

0

1

International

0

0

0

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

8

5

480

1

1

Last Regular Season... Appearance July 7, 2018, KC vs. TOR Goal June 3, 2018, KC vs. MIN Assist N/A 2019 Record when: he starts 0-0-0 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 5-10 Weight: 160 Birthday: 9/14/1998 Hometown: Carbondale, Illinois Last Club: Swope Park Rangers (USL) Acquired: Signed as Homegrown on 4/13/2018 Sporting Kansas City signed holding midfielder Wan Kuzain Wan Kamal to an MLS contract on April 13, 2018, becoming the ninth Homegrown player in club history and one of six on the current roster. Kuzain is the first Sporting KC Homegrown signing to progress from the Sporting KC Academy to the Swope Park Rangers to the senior team. Kuzain made his Sporting KC debut on May 27, 2018 before scoring his first goal in his second appearance with the game-winner against Minnesota United on June 3, 2018. Born and raised in Carbondale, Illinois, Kuzain spent several years with St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club before joining the Sporting Kansas City Academy in August 2016. He signed an Academy contract with the Rangers later that month.

Kuzain continued to develop in 2017 with the Swope Park Rangers, where he helped them to a second straight Western Conference championship. He debuted for the club last March and signed his first professional contract with the club in July, ending the campaign with 13 games played. His 91.3-percent passing accuracy last season ranked first in the USL among players with at least five appearances. As a youth, Kuzain previously trained with the United States U-17 Men’s National Team in 2013 and 2014 as well as Dutch club Feyenoord in late 2015.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

6

3

307

1

0

5

2

4

6

0

0

1

0

1

0

MLS - TOTAL

6

3

307

1

0

5

2

4

6

0

0

1

0

1

0

32


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #24 | M | GEDION ZELALEM SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 0 Assists 0 Shots on Goal 1, 2 times, last: July 6, 2019, KC vs. CHI Shots 1, 3 times, last: July 13, 2019, KC at VAN Fouls Committed 2, July 13, 2019, KC at VAN Fouls Suffered 1, July 6, 2019, KC vs. CHI

A

MLS Regular Season

9

5

436

0

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

0

0

0

0

0

International

0

0

0

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

9

5

436

0

0

Last Regular Season... Appearance July 20, 2019, KC vs. FCD Goal N/A Assist N/A 2019 Record when: he starts 2-2-1 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 5-11 Weight: 155 Birthday: 1/26/1997 Hometown: Berlin, Germany Last Club: Arsenal FC (England) Acquired: Acquired from Arsenal FC on 3/11/2019 Sporting Kansas City announced that the club had acquired midfielder Gedion Zelalem in a transfer from English Premier League side Arsenal FC in March 2019. A dual citizen of Germany and the United States, Zelalem arrives in Kansas City after a six-year stint with Arsenal’s youth and senior teams. On the international stage, the holding midfielder represented Germany at the U-15 through U-17 levels before gaining U.S. citizenship in 2014 and competing for the United States U-20s and U-23s.

24, 2014. The following December, Zelalem earned his UEFA Champions League debut against Turkish giants Galatasaray. Zelalem had two loan stints with Rangers FC in Scotland and VVV Venlo in the Netherlands over the next two years. Zelalem most recently competed for the Arsenal U-23s, returning from an injury in November 2018.

Zelalem began his youth international career with Germany, reaching the U-17 level, but became a U.S. citizen in 2014. His first competitive action with the U.S. U-20 National Zelalem moved from the U.S. to London in early 2013 to join Arsenal’s prestigious Team came at the 2015 U-20 FIFA World Cup in New Zealand before gaining experience academy, rising from the U-16s to the U-21s in his first year with the Gunners. He was with the U.S. U-23s at the 2015 Concacaf Olympic Qualifying Championship. He later part of Arsenal’s senior squad during a July 2013 preseason tour of Asia and made his returned to the U-20 side for the 2016 Four Nations Tournament in England and the 2017 first-team debut as a substitute in Arsenal’s 4-0 FA Cup victory over Coventry City on Jan. U-20 World Cup in South Korea, but his involvement was cut short by a knee injury. MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

9

5

436

0

0

3

2

6

1

0

1

1

0

0

0

MLS - TOTAL

9

5

436

0

0

3

2

6

1

0

1

1

0

0

0

#1 | GK | ADRIAN ZENDEJAS | @MrZ3ND SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

MLS Regular Season

1

1

90

0

0

MLS Postseason

0

0

0

0

0

U.S. Open Cup

3

3

270

0

0

International

1

1

90

0

0

ALL COMPETITIONS

5

5

450

0

0

Height: 6-5 Weight: 185 Hometown: Chula Vista, California Last Club: Swope Park Rangers (USL) Acquired: Signed on 12/2/2016

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals Allowed 1, April 7, 2019, KC at CIN Saves 3, April 7, 2019, KC at CIN Last Regular Season... Appearance April 7, 2019, KC at CIN Shutout N/A 2019 Record when: he starts 0-0-1

Birthday: 8/30/1995

Goalkeeper Adrian Zendejas signed an MLS contract for Sporting KC in December 2016 after playing for the Swope Park Rangers during the club’s inaugural 2016 campaign. He made his MLS debut on April 7, 2019 in a 1-1 draw with FC Cincinnati. Zendejas spent the 2017 and 2018 seasons primarily on loan with the Swope Park Rangers, making 37 starts for the club and posting a 1.11 goals against average with 14 shutouts. Zendejas was one of the top goalkeepers in the USL, cementing his pedigree by saving four penalties and scoring the game-winning spot kick in the shootout of the Western Conference Final against OKC Energy FC in November 2017. Zendajas joined the Rangers in June 2016 and debuted in a 2-1 win over LA Galaxy II on Aug. 27 before

starting five of the team’s final seven regular season matches, amassing a perfect 5-0-0 record with three shutouts, 13 saves and a 0.40 goals against average. Zendejas carried his great form into the postseason, earning two more clean sheets as the Rangers rattled off three straight victories en route to the USL Cup Final. The Chula Vista, California native joined Club Tijuana in 2014 and made his debut for the Under-20 team in February 2015. He made 31 total appearances for the U-20 team while helping the Xolos reach the 2015 Apertura final and the 2016 Clausura final. He made his first-team debut in a preseason friendly against Club Leon on July 3, 2015 and played all four preseason games for the Xolos in July 2015.

MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

SHT

SVS

SO

GA

GAA

PG

PA

C

E

W

L

T

KC - Regular Season

1

1

90

4

3

0

1

1.00

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

MLS - TOTAL

1

1

90

4

3

0

1

1.00

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

33


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes #8 | M | GRAHAM ZUSI | @gzusi SPORTING KC STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

Regular Season Game Highs: Goals 2, 3 times, last: Sept. 28, 2012, KC vs. CHI Assists 2, 7 times, last: July 14, 2018, KC at NY Shots on Goal 3, 5 times, last: Aug. 18, 2018, KC vs. POR Shots 6, May 15, 2016, KC vs. ORL Fouls Committed 4, 2 times, last: March 30, 2013, KC vs. MTL Fouls Suffered 6, Oct. 26, 2013, KC at PHI

A

MLS Regular Season

271

230

21131

28

65

MLS Postseason

18

18

1739

0

6

U.S. Open Cup

18

16

1537

3

6

International

13

13

1140

0

3

ALL COMPETITIONS

320

277

25547

31

80

Last Regular Season... Appearance Aug. 14, 2019, KC at ORL Goal April 15, 2018, KC vs. SEA Assist April 27, 2019, KC vs. NE 2019 Record when: he starts 6-8-4 he scores 0-0-0

Height: 5-10 Weight: 160 Birthday: 8/18/1986 Hometown: Longwood, Florida College: Maryland Acquired: 2009 MLS SuperDraft 2nd Round (#23) A 10-year veteran for Sporting KC, Graham Zusi has garnered MLS All-Star (2012-15, 2017-19), MLS Best XI (2012-13) & MLS Breakout Player of the Year (2011) accolades in addition to receiving a 2012 MLS MVP nomination. He earned Sporting KC MVP honors from 2012-14 and is the only player to appear in every All-Star Game from 2011-2014.

reached 50 regular-season assists and later moved into first in club history with 24 game-winning assists on Aug. 19, 2017 versus FC Dallas.

Zusi has earned 55 caps for the U.S. Men’s National Team since debuting in January 2012, recording five goals and seven assists. He played four matches at the 2014 FIFA Zusi re-signed with Sporting KC in late 2018. He has recorded 31 goals and 80 assists in World Cup, tallying two assists as the U.S. advanced out of the group stage. He played in 320 appearances for Sporting KC across all competitions since being drafted in 2009 out his first CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2015, starting two matches, and scored in a World Cup of the University of Maryland, where he won two national championships. He is second in qualifier against Guatemala on March 29, 2016. He played five games for the U.S. at the club history with 80 total assists, while his 410 chances created from 2011-2015 (including 2016 Copa America Centenario, scoring on June 7 in a 4-0 win over Costa Rica. He recently made four appearances as the U.S. won the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup. postseason) ranked third in MLS. With his assist against RSL on April 29, 2017, Zusi MLS CAREER STATS

GP

GS

MIN

G

A

SHT

SOG

FC

FS

OFF

CK

C

E

GWG

GWA

KC - Regular Season

271

230

21131

28

65

409

129

214

316

31

793

23

1

8

27

KC - Postseason

18

18

1739

0

6

31

3

25

30

1

69

2

0

0

3

MLS - TOTAL

289

248

22870

28

71

440

132

239

346

32

862

25

1

8

30

34


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KC 2019 PARTICIPATION CHART (MLS REGULAR SEASON) 3/3 3/10 3/17 3/30 4/7 4/14 4/20 4/27 5/5 5/12 5/18 5/26 5/29 6/1 6/7 6/23 6/29 PLAYER @LAFC PHI @COL MTL @CIN NY @SJ NE ATL @DC VAN SEA LA @HOU @TOR @CLB @RSL Barath SUB-21 CB-90 CB-90 DNP CB-90 DNP CB-90 DNP CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 CB-45 CB-90 INTL CB-90 CB-62 Besler CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 UNAV CB-90 CB-15 INJ INJ INJ CB-90 CB-79 SUB-45 INJ INJ CB-61 CB-90 Busio INJ CM-78 SUB-18 SUB-28 CM-90 SUB-24 CM-57 CM-45 INTL INTL INTL SUB-15 DNP CM-61 SUB-3 INJ INJ Croizet DNP SUB-6 SUB-9 SUB-19 CF-70 LB-90 LB-90 LB-90 CM-65 SUB-25 SUB-8 CF-89 CF-90 RW-90 CF-90 DNP SUB-45 Dick SPR SPR UNAV UNAV DNP UNAV SPR DNP UNAV DNP UNAV DNP UNAV UNAV DNP DNP LOAN Duke -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Espinoza CM-84 SUS CM-72 CM-62 UNAV CM-66 INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ Feilhaber -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- CM-90 CM-90 CM-75 CM-90 SUB-29 CM-90 CM-65 SUB-19 Fernandes LW-73 LW-90 LW-90 LW-71 DNP LW-82 LW-90 LW-75 INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ RW-87 RW-90 RW-90 Fontas CB-69 INJ INJ CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 INJ CB-90 INJ INJ INJ INJ CB-90 SUB-29 CB-90 SUB-29 SUB-28 Freeman SPR SPR UNAV UNAV DNP ACD ACD INTL INTL INTL INTL SPR UNAV UNAV UNAV ACD SPR Gutierrez CM-62 CM-90 CM-81 CM-74 SUB-64 CM-85 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-84 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 Harris -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- DNP -- -- -- -- -- -- Hasler -- -- -- -- RB-90 DNP DNP SUB-1 DNP RB-90 RB-90 RB-90 DNP RB-90 INTL SUB-4 RB-90 Hurtado DNP DNP INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ Lindsey DNP SPR DNP INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ Martins -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Medranda INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ SUB-1 SUB-13 DNP DNP INJ INJ Melia GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 UNAV GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 Nemeth CF-90 CF-90 CF-90 CF-90 SUB-20 CF-90 CF-90 CF-90 CF-90 CF-90 CF-51 SUS SUS CF-90 INTL CF-90 CF-45 Rowe SUB-28 SUB-12 RW-61 SUB-16 LW-90 SUB-5 SUB-28 CM-90 CM-65 SUB-6 LW-89 LW-90 LW-65 DNP SUB-45 DNP DNP Russell RW-90 RW-80 SUB-29 RW-90 RW-90 RW-90 RW-90 RW-90 RW-90 RW-90 RW-82 RW-90 RW-90 INJ INTL INJ INJ Rwatubyaye UNAV DNP DNP UNAV DNP UNAV SUB-75 CB-89 DNP -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Salloi SUB-17 SUB-10 INJ INJ INJ SUB-8 SUB-33 SUB-15 LW-90 LW-65 INJ INJ SUB-25 LW-75 LW-45 LW-90 LW-90 Sanchez CM-90 CM-84 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-62 SUB-45 SUB-25 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-71 Sinovic LB-90 LB-90 LB-90 LB-90 SUB-63 DNP DNP DNP LB-90 LB-90 LB-90 LB-90 LB-77 LB-90 LB-90 LB-90 LB-90 Smith SPR SPR UNAV UNAV SPR UNAV SPR SPR CB-90 CB-90 DNP SUB-11 DNP CB-61 CB-90 SPR DNP Wallace DNP DNP UNAV DNP LB-27 INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ Wan Kuzain SPR SPR UNAV UNAV SPR UNAV SPR SPR INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ UNAV DNP SPR DNP Zelalem -- -- UNAV DNP CM-56 UNAV INJ DNP SUB-25 DNP SUB-1 DNP UNAV UNAV DNP SUB-25 CM-90 Zendejas DNP DNP DNP DNP GK-90 DNP DNP SPR DNP SPR DNP SPR DNP DNP SPR SPR DNP Zusi RB-90 RB-90 RB-90 RB-90 UNAV RB-90 RB-90 RB-90 RB-90 INJ INJ INJ RB-90 SUB-15 RB-90 RB-86 INJ 7/3 7/6 7/13 7/20 7/26 8/4 8/10 8/14 8/17 8/22 8/31 9/7 9/15 9/21 9/25 9/29 10/6 PLAYER LAFC CHI @VAN FCD @NYC @SEA RSL @ORL SJ MIN HOU @POR @LA COL @MIN POR @FCD Barath DNP CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 INJ INJ INJ Besler CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 CB-90 Busio SUB-15 SUB-6 DNP CM-90 UNAV SUB-26 SUB-1 LW-59 Croizet SUB-21 CF-66 CF-71 CF-55 SUB-2 INJ UNAV UNAV Dick UNAV SPR UNAV UNAV DNP DNP DNP DNP Duke -- -- -- UNAV INJ INJ INJ INJ Espinoza INJ INJ INJ SUB-25 CM-62 SUS CM-90 CM-90 Feilhaber CM-65 DNP SUB-25 DNP CM-90 CM-64 SUS SUB-31 Fernandes RW-90 RW-90 RW-90 LW-90 LW-82 RW-90 LW-6 INJ Fontas CB-90 UNAV UNAV DNP DNP CB-90 CB-90 DNP Freeman UNAV SPR UNAV SPR INTL INTL SPR UNAV Gutierrez CM-69 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 SUS CM-90 CM-89 CM-90 Hasler RB-90 DNP UNAV UNAV UNAV DNP DNP DNP Hurtado INJ INJ INJ UNAV SUB-32 CF-80 CF-90 SUB-45 Lindsey INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ SPR SPR UNAV Martins -- -- -- -- -- UNAV DNP SUB-19 Medranda INJ INJ DNP DNP DNP DNP SUB-8 CF-45 Melia GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 GK-90 Nemeth CF-75 SUB-24 SUB-19 SUB-35 CF-58 INJ INJ INJ Rowe DNP UNAV UNAV UNAV UNAV DNP -- -- Russell INJ SUB-17 SUB-1 RW-71 RW-90 SUB-10 RW-90 RW-90 Salloi LW-90 LW-73 LW-89 SUB-19 SUB-8 LW-90 SUB-78 SUS Sanchez CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 SUS CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 CM-90 Sinovic LB-90 LB-90 LB-90 LB-90 LB-88 LB-90 LB-82 LB-71 Smith DNP DNP DNP SPR UNAV DNP DNP CB-90 Wallace INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ INJ Wan Kuzain UNAV SPR UNAV SPR UNAV SPR SPR DNP Zelalem SUB-25 CM-84 CM-65 CM-65 DNP SPR SPR UNAV Zendejas DNP DNP DNP DNP UNAV SPR INJ INJ Zusi INJ RB-90 RB-90 RB-90 RB-90 RB-90 RB-90 RB-90 KEY Position-Minutes - Starting Position-Minutes Played DNP - Did Not Play/Unused Substitute SUB-Minutes - Substitute-Minutes played UNAV - Unavailable For Selection

35

INJ - Injured SUS - Suspended LOAN - Out on Loan

SPR - Swope Park Rangers (USL) INTL - International Duty ACD - Sporting KC Academy


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SINGLE SEASON RECORDS (FIELD PLAYERS)

ALL-TIME RECORDS (FIELD PLAYERS)

Stat

Player

#

Stat

Player

#

Games

C.J. Sapong (2011), Ilie Sanchez (2018), Graham Zusi (2018)

34

Games

Matt Besler*

276

Minutes

Ilie Sanchez (2018), Graham Zusi (2018)

3060

Minutes

Matt Besler*

24,126

Goals

Dom Dwyer (2014)

22

Goals

Preki

71

Assists

Preki (1997 & 2003)

17

Assists

Preki

98

Shots

Preki (1996)

140

Shots

Preki

693

Shots on goal

Preki (1996)

61

Shots on goal

Preki

283

Fouls Committed

Chris Henderson (2000)

79

Fouls Committed

Roger Espinoza*

381

Fouls Suffered

Davy Arnaud (2004)

111

Fouls Suffered

Davy Arnaud

528

Offsides

Eddie Johnson (2007)

50

Offsides

Vitalis Takawira

126

Corner Kicks

Graham Zusi (2012)

150

Corner Kicks

Graham Zusi*

793

Cautions

Aurelien Collin (2013)

13

Cautions

Roger Espinoza*

53

Ejections

Davy Arnaud (2010)

3

Ejections

Roger Espinoza*

10

ALL-TIME RECORDS (GOALKEEPERS)

SINGLE SEASON RECORDS (GOALKEEPERS) Stat

Player

#

Games

Jimmy Nielsen (2012 & 2013), Tim Melia (2018)

34

Minutes

Jimmy Nielsen (2012 & 2013), Tim Melia (2018)

3060

Wins

Mike Ammann (1997)

21

Losses

Mike Amman (1998)

16

Draws

Bo Oshoniyi (2005)

12

Shutouts

Tony Meola (2000)

16

Goals Against Average

Tim Melia (2017)

0.78

Goals Allowed

Mike Amman (1997) & Kevin Hartman (2007)

45

Saves

Tony Meola (2000)

129

Stat

Player

#

Games

Tim Melia*

139

Minutes

Tim Melia*

12,479

Wins

Tim Melia*

59

Losses

Tim Melia*, Tony Meola

45

Draws

Tim Melia*

34

Shutouts

Jimmy Nielsen

45

Goals Allowed

Tim Melia*

165

Saves

Tony Meola

507

Goals Against Avg.

Jimmy Nielsen

0.99

SINGLE SEASON TEAM RECORDS

SINGLE GAME RECORDS (FIELD PLAYERS)

Stat

Year

#

Stat

Player

#

Goals

2018

65

Goals

Digital Takawira (1998), Preki (1998), Davy Arnaud (2004), Eddie Johnson (twice in 2007), Birahim Diop (2010), Gerso Fernandes (2017), Johnny Russell (2018), Krisztian Nemeth (2019), Johnny Russell (2019)

3

Assists

2018

69

Shots

2018

583

Shots on goal

1996

250

4

Fouls Committed

2013

511

2000

541

Assists

Chris Henderson (1999)

Shots

Preki (1997)

12

Fouls Suffered

Shots on goal

Preki (1996), Eddie Johnson (2007)

6

Offsides

1997

117

2018

206

Fouls Committed

Davy Arnaud (2010), Oriol Rosell (2013)

8

Corner Kicks

Fouls Suffered

Davy Arnaud (2006)

10

Cautions

2013

67

2011

8

Offsides

Alex Bunbury (1999)

7

Ejections

Corner Kicks

Alex Zotinca (2006)

12

Points

2012

63

Wins

1997

21

Losses

1999

24

Ties

2017

13

Shutouts

2000

17

Goals Allowed

1996

63

SINGLE GAME RECORDS (GOALKEEPERS) Stat

Player

#

Goals Allowed

Bo Oshoniyi (2001)

7

Saves

Tim Melia (2018)

10

36


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KANSAS CITY INDIVIDUAL ALL-TIME CHARTS (MLS REGULAR SEASON) GAMES PLAYED Player GP 1. Matt Besler* 276 2. Graham Zusi* 271 3. Davy Arnaud 240 4. Kerry Zavagnin 237 5. Roger Espinoza* 230 6. Nick Garcia 224 7. Preki 218 8. Seth Sinovic* 210 9. Jimmy Conrad 204 10. Chris Klein 200 GAMES STARTED Player GS 1. Matt Besler* 269 2. Graham Zusi* 230 3. Kerry Zavagnin 228 4. Nick Garcia 224 5. Davy Arnaud 213 6. Roger Espinoza* 209 7. Jimmy Conrad 203 8. Seth Sinovic* 200 9. Preki 199 10. Chris Klein 183 MINUTES PLAYED Player MP 1. Matt Besler* 24,126 2. Graham Zusi* 21,131 3. Kerry Zavagnin 20,515 4. Nick Garcia 20,157 5. Davy Arnaud 19,399 6. Roger Espinoza* 18,465 7. Jimmy Conrad 18,194 8. Preki 17,817 9. Seth Sinovic* 17,738 10. Chris Klein 16,380 GAMES PLAYED IN GOAL Player GP 1. Tim Melia* 139 2. Jimmy Nielsen 128 3. Tony Meola 125 4. Bo Oshoniyi 96 5. Kevin Hartman 90 6. Mike Ammann 60 7. Chris Snitko 26 8. Eric Kronberg 25 9. Garth Lagerwey 23 10. Andy Gruenebaum 11 SAVES Player GP SV 1. Tony Meola 125 507 2. Tim Melia* 139 422 3. Bo Oshoniyi 96 354 4. Kevin Hartman 90 332 5. Jimmy Nielsen 128 304 6. Mike Amman 60 206 7. Chris Snitko 26 95 8. Garth Lagerwey 23 83 9. Eric Kronberg 25 58 10. Andy Gruenebaum 11 34 SHUTOUTS Player GP SO 1. Jimmy Nielsen 128 45 2. Tim Melia* 139 43 3. Tony Meola 125 37 4. Kevin Hartman 90 22 4. Bo Oshoniyi 96 22 6. Mike Ammann 60 10 7. Eric Kronberg 25 8 8. Luis Marin 8 3 8. Andy Gruenebaum 11 3 8. Garth Lagerwey 23 3 8. Chris Snitko 26 3 GOALKEEPER WINS Player GP GW 1. Tim Melia* 139 59 2. Jimmy Nielsen 128 57 3. Tony Meola 125 49 4. Mike Ammann 60 33 4. Bo Oshoniyi 96 33 6. Kevin Hartman 90 30 7. Garth Lagerwey 23 12 8. Eric Kronberg 25 9 9. Andy Gruenebaum 11 6 10. Chris Snitko 26 5

GOALS Player GP G 1. Preki 218 71 2. Dom Dwyer 128 57 3. Davy Arnaud 240 43 3. Josh Wolff 144 43 5. Chris Klein 200 39 6. Kei Kamara 113 38 7. Mo Johnston 149 31 8. Benny Feilhaber* 163 29 9. Graham Zusi* 271 28 9. Scott Sealy 88 28 9. Vitalis Takawira 103 28 ASSISTS Player GP A 1. Preki 218 98 2. Graham Zusi* 271 65 3. Chris Klein 200 45 4. Benny Feilhaber* 163 43 5. Davy Arnaud 240 35 6. Roger Espinoza* 230 34 7. Mo Johnston 149 28 8. Josh Wolff 144 26 9. Mark Chung 94 25 10. Kerry Zavagnin 237 22 SHOTS Player GP SH 1. Preki 218 693 2. Davy Arnaud 240 452 3. Graham Zusi* 271 408 4. Dom Dwyer 128 401 5. Kei Kamara 113 370 6. Chris Klein 200 312 7. Mo Johnston 149 274 8. Roger Espinoza* 230 265 8. Josh Wolff 144 265 10. Benny Feilhaber* 163 253 SHOTS ON GOAL Player GP SOG 1. Preki 218 283 2. Davy Arnaud 240 176 3. Dom Dwyer 128 161 4. Mo Johnston 149 138 4. Chris Klein 200 138 4. Josh Wolff 144 138 7. Graham Zusi* 271 128 8. Kei Kamara 113 126 9. Vitalis Takawira 103 102 10. Mark Chung 94 95 FOULS COMMITTED Player GP FC 1. Roger Espinoza* 230 381 2. Davy Arnaud 240 329 3. Kerry Zavagnin 237 326 4. Matt McKeon 144 309 5. Dom Dwyer 128 239 6. Nick Garcia 224 234 7. Matt Besler* 276 227 8. Mo Johnston 149 226 9. Seth Sinovic* 210 217 10. Graham Zusi* 270 216 FOULS SUFFERED Player GP FS 1. Davy Arnaud 240 528 2. Preki 218 362 3. Kerry Zavagnin 237 354 4. Roger Espinoza* 230 321 5. Graham Zusi* 271 316 6. Benny Feilhaber* 163 297 7. Dom Dwyer 128 273 8. Nick Garcia 224 250 9. Mark Chung 94 204 10. Diego Gutierrez 119 196 CAUTIONS (YELLOW CARDS) Player GP YC 1. Roger Espinoza* 230 53 2. Kerry Zavagnin 237 44 3. Davy Arnaud 240 43 4. Nick Garcia 224 37 5. Seth Sinovic* 210 35 6. Matt Besler* 276 33 7. Aurelien Collin 107 31 8. Diego Gutierrez 119 30 8. Matt McKeon 144 30 10. Benny Feilhaber* 163 28 10. Jack Jewsbury 195 28 10. Mo Johnston 149 28

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CORNER KICKS Player GP CK 1. Graham Zusi* 271 793 2. Preki 218 452 3. Benny Feilhaber* 163 285 4. Claudio Lopez 57 188 5. Jose Burciaga Jr. 115 175 6. Francisco Gomez 114 157 7. Chris Henderson 61 154 8. Chris Klein 200 152 9. Johnny Russell* 50 145 10. Davy Arnaud 240 144 GAME-WINNING GOALS Player GP GWG 1. Dom Dwyer 128 13 1. Preki 218 13 3. Chris Klein 200 12 3. Kei Kamara 113 11 3. Josh Wolff 144 11 6. Davy Arnaud 240 10 7. Graham Zusi* 271 8 7. Vitalis Takawira 103 8 9. Benny Feilhaber* 163 7 9. C.J. Sapong 110 7 9. Scott Sealy 88 7 GAME-WINNING ASSISTS Player GP GWA 1. Graham Zusi* 271 27 2. Preki 218 23 3. Chris Klein 200 16 4. Benny Feilhaber* 163 13 5. Davy Arnaud 240 10 5. Josh Wolff 144 10 7. Roger Espinoza* 230 8 7. Jack Jewsbury 195 8 7. Mo Johnston 149 8 7. Kei Kamara 113 8 7. Chance Myers 147 8 7. Kerry Zavagnin 237 8 MULTI-GOAL GAMES Player GP MGG 1. Dom Dwyer 128 10 2. Vitalis Takawira 103 8 3. Preki 218 7 4. Kei Kamara 113 5 4. Scott Sealy 88 5 4. Josh Wolff 144 5 7. Felipe Gutierrez* 44 4 7. Mo Johnston 149 4 7. Chris Klein 200 4 10. Johnny Russell* 50 3 10. Graham Zusi* 271 3 10. Davy Arnaud 240 3 10. Teal Bunbury 89 3 10. Eddie Johnson 43 3 PENALTY KICK GOALS Player GP PKG 1. Preki 218 21 2. Benny Feilhaber* 163 12 3. Dom Dwyer 128 7 4. Ilie Sanchez* 91 5 4. Felipe Gutierrez* 44 5 4. Kei Kamara 113 5 7. Claudio Lopez 57 4 8. Claudio Bieler 41 3 8. Jose Burciaga Jr. 115 3 8. Jack Jewsbury 195 3 8. Josh Wolff 144 3 Player 1. Dom Dwyer 2. Kei Kamara 3. Preki 4. Scott Sealy 5. Josh Wolff 6. Vitalis Takawira 7. Mark Chung 7. Mo Johnston 9. Chris Klein 10. CJ Sapong *Minimum 20 goals

GOALS PER GAME GP 128 113 218 88 144 103 94 149 200 110

GLS AVG 57 0.45 38 0.34 71 0.33 28 0.32 43 0.30 28 0.27 20 0.21 31 0.21 39 0.20 20 0.18

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Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KANSAS CITY INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON CHARTS (MLS REGULAR SEASON) GAMES PLAYED Year Player GP 2011 C.J. Sapong 34 2012 Jimmy Nielsen 34 2013 Jimmy Nielsen 34 2018 Tim Melia 34 2018 Ilie Sanchez 34 2018 Graham Zusi 34 2012 Kei Kamara 33 2014 Dom Dwyer 33 2016 Dom Dwyer 33 2017 Jimmy Medranda 33 2017 Ilie Sanchez 33 GAMES STARTED Year Player GS 2012 Jimmy Nielsen 34 2013 Jimmy Nielsen 34 2018 Tim Melia 34 2018 Ilie Sanchez 34 2018 Graham Zusi 34 2017 Ilie Sanchez 33 MINUTES PLAYED Year Player MIN 2012 Jimmy Nielsen 3060 2013 Jimmy Nielsen 3060 2018 Tim Melia 3060 2018 Ilie Sanchez 3060 2018 Graham Zusi 3060 2017 Ilie Sanchez 2970 2000 Nick Garcia 2915 2000 Peter Vermes 2915 GAMES PLAYED IN GOAL Year Player GP 2012 Jimmy Nielsen 34 2013 Jimmy Nielsen 34 2018 Tim Melia 34 2005 Bo Oshoniyi 32 2000 Tony Meola 31 2011 Jimmy Nielsen 31 2017 Tim Melia 31 Year Player 2000 Tony Meola 2003 Tony Meola 2008 Kevin Hartman 2005 Bo Oshoniyi 2007 Kevin Hartman

SAVES GP SV 31 129 30 121 30 117 32 112 30 110

Year Player 2000 Tony Meola 2012 Jimmy Nielsen 2013 Jimmy Nielsen 2018 Tim Melia 2008 Kevin Hartman 2010 Jimmy Nielsen 2017 Tim Melia

SHUTOUTS GP SO 31 16 34 15 34 13 34 13 30 10 29 10 31 10

GOALKEEPER WINS Year Player GP GW 1997 Mike Ammann 29 21 2012 Jimmy Nielsen 34 18 2018 Tim Melia 34 18 2013 Jimmy Nielsen 34 17 2000 Tony Meola 31 15 1996 Garth Lagerwey 23 12 2011 Jimmy Nielsen 31 12 2017 Tim Melia 31 12

Year Player 2014 Dom Dwyer 1996 Preki 2016 Dom Dwyer 2007 Eddie Johnson 1996 Vitalis Takawira

GOALS GP GOALS 33 22 32 18 33 16 24 15 28 13

CORNER KICKS Year Player GP CK 2012 Graham Zusi 32 150 2013 Graham Zusi 27 128 2014 Graham Zusi 25 125 2009 Claudio Lopez 29 123 2018 Graham Zusi 34 100

Year Player 1997 Preki 2003 Preki 2000 Preki 2012 Graham Zusi 2015 Benny Feilhaber

ASSISTS GP ASSISTS 27 17 30 17 31 15 32 15 32 15

OFFSIDES Year Player GP OFF 2007 Eddie Johnson 24 50 1996 Vitalis Takawira 28 44 1997 Vitalis Takawira 28 43 2014 Dom Dwyer 33 38 2000 Chris Henderson 31 36

SHOTS GP SHOTS 32 140 33 134 33 119 33 113 30 97

GAME-WINNING GOALS Year Player GP GWG 2000 Miklos Molnar 17 6 2007 Eddie Johnson 24 6 2014 Dom Dwyer 33 6 2018 Daniel Salloi 29 6 1997 Preki 27 5 2012 C.J. Sapong 31 5 2015 Krisztian Nemeth 27 5

Year Player 1996 Preki 2012 Kei Kamara 2016 Dom Dwyer 2014 Dom Dwyer 1999 Preki

SHOTS ON GOAL Year Player GP SOG 1996 Preki 32 61 2012 Kei Kamara 33 49 1996 Vitalis Takawira 28 48 2014 Dom Dwyer 33 48 1997 Preki 27 44 2002 Preki 25 44 2016 Dom Dwyer 33 44 FOULS COMMITTED Year Player GP FC 2000 Chris Henderson 31 79 2001 Matt McKeon 26 76 1997 Matt McKeon 31 75 2000 Matt McKeon 30 75 2013 Oriol Rosell 31 66 2016 Dom Dwyer 33 66 2018 Roger Espinoza 32 66 Year Player 2004 Davy Arnaud 2005 Davy Arnaud 2015 Dom Dwyer 1999 Preki 2006 Davy Arnaud

FOULS SUFFERED GP FS 30 111 31 85 30 81 30 77 32 76

CAUTIONS (YELLOW CARDS) Year Player GP YC 2013 Aurelien Collin 29 13 2011 Aurelien Collin 23 10 2013 Oriol Rosell 31 10 2016 Roger Espinoza 30 10 1997 Mo Johnston 29 9 2005 Jose Burciaga Jr. 31 9 2017 Roger Espinoza 30 9 2018 Roger Espinoza 32 9 EJECTIONS (RED CARDS) Year Player GP RC 2010 Davy Arnaud 27 3 eight players tied with 2

GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE Year Player GP GA GAA 2017 Tim Melia 31 24 0.78 2012 Jimmy Nielsen 34 27 0.79 2013 Jimmy Nielsen 34 30 0.88 2000 Tony Meola 31 29 0.92 2004 Tony Meola 21 22 1.05 *Minimum 1,000 minutes played

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GAME-WINNING ASSISTS Year Player GP GWA 2000 Chris Henderson 31 5 2000 Matt McKeon 30 5 2003 Preki 30 5 2004 Davy Arnaud 30 5 2004 Josh Wolff 26 5 2012 Graham Zusi 32 5 2013 Graham Zusi 27 5 2015 Benny Feilhaber 30 5 PENALTY KICK GOALS Year Player GP PKG 1996 Preki 32 7 2014 Dom Dwyer 33 7 2003 Preki 30 5 2015 Benny Feilhaber 32 5 2016 Benny Feilhaber 29 5 2019 Felipe Gutierrez* 23 5 GOALS PER GAME Year Player GP GLS 2000 Miklos Molnar 17 12 2014 Dom Dwyer 33 22 2007 Eddie Johnson 24 15 1996 Preki 32 18 2016 Dom Dwyer 33 16 *Minimum 5 goal

AVG 0.71 0.67 0.63 0.56 0.48


Sporting KC Game Notes | August 17, 2019 vs. San Jose Earthquakes | SportingKC.com/Game-Notes SPORTING KANSAS CITY INDIVIDUAL HIGHS (MLS REGULAR SEASON) GOALS Career: 71 Preki Season: 22 Dom Dwyer (2014) Game: 3 10 times Half: 3 Vitalis Takawira (05/16/1998 at NE, 2nd) Half: 3 Eddie Johnson (06/02/2007 vs. NY, 2nd) Half: 3 Gerso Fernandes (05/17/2017 vs. SEA, 2nd) ASSISTS Career: 98 Preki Season: 17 Preki (1997) Season: 17 Preki (2003) Game: 4 Chris Henderson (06/20/1999 vs. MET) Half: 3 Chris Henderson (06/20/1999 vs. MET, 1st) Half: 3 Preki (06/21/2003 vs. CHI, 1st) SHOTS Career: 693 Preki Season: 140 Preki (1996) Game: 12 Preki (04/12/1997 at TB) Half: 8 Preki (04/12/1997 at TB, 2nd) Half: 8 Onandi Lowe (08/12/2001 at COL, 2nd) Half: 8 Preki (07/06/2002 vs. DAL, 2nd)

SHOTS ON GOAL Career: 283 Preki Season: 61 Preki (1996) Game: 6 Preki (05/19/1996 at LA) Game: 6 Eddie Johnson (06/02/007 vs. NY) Half: 4 9 times FOULS COMMITTED Career: 381 Roger Espinoza Season: 79 Chris Henderson (2000) Game: 8 Davy Arnaud (05/29/2010 at RSL) Game: 8 Oriol Rosell (07/27/2013 at MTL) Half: 7 Scott Uderitz (05/11/1996 vs. DAL, 1st) FOULS SUFFERED Career: 528 Davy Arnaud Season: 111 Davy Arnaud (2004) Game: 10 Davy Arnaud (10/14/2006 at NY) Half: 6 7 times

CORNER KICKS Career: 793 Graham Zusi Season: 150 Graham Zusi (2012) Game: 12 Alex Zotinca (07/22/2006 at NY) Half: 8 Chris Henderson (04/10/1999 vs. SJ, 2nd) Half: 8 Chris Henderson (05/20/2000 vs. SJ, 1st) Half: 8 Johnny Russell (08/14/2019 at ORL, 2nd) GOALS ALLOWED Career: 162 Tim Melia Season: 45 Mike Ammann (1997) Season: 45 Kevin Hartman (2007) Game: 7 Bo Oshoniyi (07/04/2001 vs. CHI) Half: 4 7 times SAVES Career: 507 Tony Meola Season: 129 Tony Meola (2000) Game: 10 Tim Melia (04/08/2018 at LA) Half: 7 4 times

SPORTING KANSAS CITY TEAM HIGHS (MLS REGULAR SEASON) GOALS Season: 65 Game: 7 2-Tms: 10 Half: 5 Half: 5

in 2018 03/30/2019 vs. MTL 05/02/1996 vs. CLB 05/02/1996 vs. CLB (2nd) 06/21/1997 vs. DC (2nd)

ASSISTS Season: 69 Game: 10 2-Tms: 12 Half: 8

in 2018 06/20/1999 vs. MET 07/04/2001 vs. CHI 06/20/1999 vs. MET (1st)

SHOTS Season: 583 Game: 34 Game: 34 Game: 34 2-Tms: 44 2-Tms: 44 2-Tms: 44 Half: 23

in 2018 05/15/2016 vs. ORL 04/20/2018 vs. VAN 10/06/2018 vs. LA 08/14/1999 at MET 08/05/2000 vs. LA 06/09/2001 at MIA 04/20/2018 vs. VAN (2nd)

SHOTS ON GOAL Season: 250 in 1996 Game: 14 08/23/1998 vs. MIA Game: 14 06/21/2003 vs. CHI Game: 14 04/20/2018 vs. VAN 2-Tms: 22 05/02/1996 vs. CLB 2-Tms: 22 04/18/1997 vs. DAL Half: 11 08/23/1998 vs. MIA (1st) FOULS COMMITTED Season: 511 in 2013 Game: 27 07/04/1997 at CLB 2-Tms: 52 05/17/2000 vs. DC Half: 16 04/05/1997 vs. LA (1st) Half: 16 07/04/1997 at CLB (2nd) Half: 16 03/08/2014 at SEA (1st) FOULS SUFFERED Season: 541 in 2000 Game: 30 08/16/2003 at DAL 2-Tms: 51 05/17/2000 vs. DC Half: 20 07/27/1996 vs. NE (2nd)

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CORNER KICKS Season: 206 in 2018 Game: 15 04/10/1999 vs. SJ 2-Tms: 22 08/14/1999 at MET Half: 10 04/10/1999 vs. SJ (2nd) GOALS ALLOWED Season: 63 in 1996 Game: 7 07/04/2001 vs. CHI 2-Tms: 10 05/02/1996 vs. CLB Half: 4 8 times SAVES Season: Game: 2-Tms: 2-Tms: Half:

133 in 1999 10 04/08/2018 at LA 18 04/18/1997 vs. DAL 18 09/02/2000 vs. TB 7 4 times


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2019 SCHEDULE

MATCHDAY INFO NBCSCA Anthony Passarelli (PxP) Chris Dangerfield (Analyst)

KNBR 1050 Ted Ramey (PxP)

1370 KZSF Carlos Cesar Rivera (PxP)

Record Leading Scorer Assist Leader Head Coach Twitter

Earthquakes 11-8-5 (38 pts.) Wondolowski (9) Espinoza (9) Matias Almeyda @SJEarthquakes

Sporting KC 7-10-7 (28 pts.) Gutierrez (10) Russell (8) Peter Vermes @SportingKC

INJURY REPORT OUT: None. QUESTIONABLE: Cristian Espinoza (lower leg); Anibal Godoy (abdominal); Andres Rios (upper thigh).

DATE March 2 March 9 March 16 March 23 March 30 April 6 April 13 April 20 April 24 April 27 May 4 May 11 May 18 May 26 June 1 June 8 June 11 June 20 June 26 June 29 July 3 July 6 June 12 July 20 July 27 Aug. 3 Aug. 10 Aug. 17 Aug. 21 Aug. 24 Aug. 31 Sept. 11 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 25 Sept. 29 Oct. 6

DAY Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sat. Sat. Tue. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat. Fri. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Sat. Wed.. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sun. Sun.

(Overall: 12-10-5; MLS: 11-8-5) OPPONENT Montreal Impact Minnesota United FC at New York Red Bulls # Monterrey LAFC Portland Timbers at Houston Dynamo Sporting Kansas City at Seattle Sounders FC at FC Dallas FC Cincinnati at New England Revolution Chicago Fire at Toronto FC at D.C. United FC Dallas $ Sacramento Republic FC $ at LAFC Houston Dynamo * LA Galaxy at Minnesota United FC Real Salt Lake at LA Galaxy at Vancouver Whitecaps FC Colorado Rapids Columbus Crew SC at Colorado Rapids at Sporting Kansas City at LAFC Vancouver Whitecaps FC Orlando City SC at Real Salt Lake at New York City FC at Atlanta United FC Philadelphia Union Seattle Sounders FC at Portland Timbers

Time (PT)/Res. L 2-1 L 3-0 L 4-1 L 2-1 L 5-0 W 3-0 L 2-1 W 4-1 T 2-2 T 0-0 W 1-0 L 3-1 W 4-1 W 2-1 T 1-1 T 2-2 W 4-3 L 3-1 W 2-0 W 3-0 L 3-1 W 1-0 W 3-1 W 3-1 W 3-1 T 1-1 L 3-1 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 7:15 pm. 6:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 7:45 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Bold – Home Game * Match at Stanford Stadium; # Friendly; $ U.S. Open Cup

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES Where Things Stand San Jose holds a 11-8-5 record this season and sits in fourth place in the Western Conference, level on points with third-place Minnesota and one point behind second-place Seattle. The Earthquakes are 11-4-5 since the start of April. Time to Start Another The loss on Saturday at Colorado snaps the Quakes’ unbeaten streak at five (4-0-1). San Jose has had three different unbeaten streaks of at least four matches this season. Strong Rebounders The Earthquakes have won each of their last four matches following a loss.

Upcoming Matchup The Quakes are 25-26-8 all-time against Sporting Kansas City, including an 8-20-1 record on the road. Reverse Fortunes San Jose will be seeking just their second win in Kansas City since August of 2004 (1-11-0). Updating the Record Books The Quakes snapped a six-game winless streak agaisnt Sporting Kansas City on April 20, earning their second home win of the season. Foward Danny Hoesen scored the second quickest brace in Quakes history. Midfielder Shea Salinas tallied a goal just 10 seconds into the second half, the fastest goal at the beginning of either half in club history.

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LAST MATCH Colorado Rapids 2, Earthquakes 1; August 10, 2019; Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City, CO The San Jose Earthquakes fell to the Colorado Rapids 2-1 on Saturday night at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo. The loss is just the Earthquakes’ first in their last six matches (4-1-1) and second in their last 13 (8-2-3). MLS Regular Season Colorado Rapids 2 - 1 San Jose Earthquakes Aug. 10, 2019 - Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo. Attendance: 13,870 Scoring Summary: COL - Kellyn Acosta (Diego Rubio) 44; SJ - Vako (Danny Hoesen) 62; COL - Diego Rubio (Keegan Rosenberry) 73. Misconduct Summary: SJ - Judson (caution) 55; SJ - Jackson Yueill (caution) 77; COL - Diego Rubio (caution) 77; COL - Jack Price (caution) 90. COLORADO RAPIDS: Clint Irwin; Keegan Rosenberry, Lalas Abubakar, Danny Wilson, Sam Vines; Sam Nicholson, Jack Price, Diego Rubio (Nicolas Mezquida 80), Kellyn Acosta, Andre Shinyashiki (Jonathan Lewis 66); Kei Kamara. SHOTS: 14; SHOTS ON TARGET: 4; SAVES: 2; FOULS: 10; CORNERS: 5;OFFSIDES: 0 SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES: Daniel Vega; Nick Lima, Florian Jungwirth, Guram Kashia, Tommy Thompson; Jackson Yueill, Judson (Danny Hoesen 58); Vako, Magnus Eriksson, Shea Salinas (Carlos Fierro 58); Chris Wondolowski (Luis Felipe 64). SHOTS: 17; SHOTS ON TARGET: 3; SAVES: 2; FOULS: 13; CORNERS: 4;OFFSIDES: 2

QUOTABLE SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES HEAD COACH MATIAS ALMEYDA On the match: “My thoughts are balanced. It’s hard to make a fair analysis right after a game. In the first half, we could have had two or three goals easily because of some of the plays we had, but I’m also realistic and I know you win in soccer by scoring and avoiding conceding goals. The second half was a little more back and forth. The game ended the way it did, with few clear opportunities for the other team, but that’s respectable and everyone plays the way they want to play.” On failing to convert scoring chances: “How many clear chances did we have in the first half? Three hit the post, three [more] plays right next to the goal. That’s a lot in soccer. Finishing is fundamental.” SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES FORWARD CHRIS WONDOLOWSKI On Vako’s performance: “He’s playing amazing. I think he’s a very talented player. He’s always had the skill, but I think you could also see he was also pitting in a great shift defensively; tracking runners and doing the little things. He’s amazing for a reason.” On rebounding from this result: “We’re just going to go back and do what we normally do, get back to working hard. Our coach always preaches don’t get too high and don’t get too low.”


#WONDOWATCHED When it comes to Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski, the statistics speak for themselves. Here are a few of the all-time MLS leaderboards that Wondo has ascended over his career. ALL–TIME MLS GOALS

ROAD GOALS

1. Chris Wondolowski – 153 in 350 games 2. Landon Donovan – 145 in 340 games 3. Jeff Cunningham – 134 in 365 games 4. Jaime Moreno – 133 in 340 games 5. Kei Kamara – 123 in 336 games 6. Ante Razov – 114 in 262 games 7. Jason Kreis – 108 in 305 games 8. Bradley Wright–Phillips – 108 in 186 games 9. Dwayne De Rosario – 104 in 343 games 10. Taylor Twellman – 101 in 174 games

1. Chris Wondolowski – 71 2. Landon Donovan – 63 3. Jeff Cunningham – 57 4. Ante Razov – 54 5. Jaime Moreno – 50

LONE GOALS IN MATCHES 1. Chris Wondolowski – 14 2. Jeff Cunningham – 11 3. Landon Donovan – 11 MLS GOALS SINCE 2010 1. Chris Wondolowski* – 146 goals 2. Bradley Wright–Phillips* – 108 3. Kei Kamara* – 108 4. Robbie Keane – 83 5. Dom Dwyer* – 79 6. David Villa – 77 7. Diego Valeri* – 74 8. Alvaro Saborio – 73 9. Will Bruin* – 70 T9. Josef Martinez – 70 * active in MLS MLS ALL–TIME GAME–WINNING GOALS 1. Chris Wondolowski – 43 in 350 games 2. Landon Donovan – 41 in 340 games 3. Jeff Cunningham – 40 in 365 games 4. Kei Kamara – 34 in 336 games 5. Ante Razov – 33 in 262 games MLS MULTI–GOAL GAMES 1. Landon Donovan – 32 T2. Chris Wondolowski – 22 T2. Jeff Cunningham – 22 T2. Ante Razov – 22 5. Bradley Wright–Phillips - 21

GOALS FOR ONE CLUB 1. Chris Wondolowski, SJ – 149 2. Jaime Moreno, DC – 131 3. Landon Donovan, LA – 113 4. Bradley Wright–Phillips, NYRB – 108 5. Taylor Twellman, NE – 101 MLS HAT TRICKS 1. Josef Martinez – 6 T2. Stern John – 5 T2. Diego Serna – 5 T2. Chris Wondolowski – 5 T2. Bradley Wright–Phillips – 5


OUR FEARLESS LEADER Matias Almeyda was hired as the 12th head coach of the San Jose Earthquakes on Oct. 8, 2018. Almeyda possesses an extensive background both as a player and manager. Prior to his arrival in San Jose, he most recently served as head coach of Chivas de Guadalajara from September 2015 to June 2018, where he led the club to five trophies in his three seasons. During his tenure, Almeyda managed numerous Mexican National Team players, including Carlos Salcedo, Omar Bravo, Alan Pulido, Oswaldo Alanis, Rodolfo Pizarro, Miguel Angel Ponce and Isaac Brizuela. Almeyda was named the 2018 Concacaf Men’s Football Coach of the Year after his side won the 2018 CONCACAF Champions League with consecutive wins over MLS clubs Seattle Sounders FC (3-1 agg.), New York Red Bulls (1-0 agg.) and Toronto FC (3-3 agg.; 4-2 PKs). It marked the club’s first CONCACAF Champions League title since 1962, the first year of the competition’s existence, and secured Chivas’ first-ever qualification for the FIFA Club World Cup. In addition to their international success, Chivas also performed well domestically under Almeyda. Chivas won the nation’s biannual tournament, Copa MX, in 2015 (Apertura) and 2017 (Clausura), as well as the 2016 Supercopa MX. The club also won the Clausura 2017 Liga MX championship, their first league title in more than 20 years. He was subsequently named Liga MX’s Best Coach after winning the league double. Prior to joining Chivas in 2015, Almeyda was head coach for multiple clubs in his native Argentina. In June of 2011, Almeyda made the rare transition from player to head coach, where he was tasked with leading a River Plate side that had just suffered relegation. In his debut season as manager, Almeyda led the Argentine power to a commanding 20-5-13 record and promotion back to the nation’s top league. The team also reached the semifinals of Copa Argentina with five consecutive victories, in which they allowed one total goal, before falling to Racing in penalties. Almeyda left River Plate in November of 2012, joining Argentina’s Club Atletico Banfield a few months later. Banfield had also recently suffered relegation and turned to Almeyda to restore the club to the Primera División. Banfield won the championship and earned promotion in his first season, finishing with a 22-8-12 record and +31 goal differential, scoring a league-best 71 goals in 42 games. Only one other team finished with more than 54 goals that season. After avoiding relegation in 2014, Almeyda’s side surged ahead in 2015, finishing in eighth place in the 30-team league with a 14-8-8 record and earning qualification for the 2016 Copa Sudamericana. Almeyda departed for Chivas after the team’s successful 2015 season. Almeyda became a head coach after a lengthy playing career that featured stints in five countries. The defensive midfielder played in nearly 300 club matches, including 129 in Italy’s top-flight Serie A, 63 in Argentina’s Primera División and 28 in Spain’s La Liga, also making 20 appearances in UEFA Champions League competition. He featured for some of the world’s most storied clubs, including Inter Milan, Lazio, Sevilla and River Plate. Among the trophies he helped lift as a player are three Argentinian championships (’93, ’95, ’96), one Copa Libertadores (’96), one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup (’99), one UEFA Super Cup (’00), three Italian Cups (‘98, ‘00, ’02) and one Italian championship (’00). Almeyda started and ended his playing career at River Plate, retiring in 2011 and immediately taking the reins as head coach at 37 years of age. Internationally, Almeyda made 35 appearances for the Argentina National Team, scoring five goals. He represented his country at the 1998 and 2002 FIFA World Cups.


BREAKOUT SEASON San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Jackson Yueill is flourising under head coach Matias Almeyda. The sixth-overall selection in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft, Yueill - now 22 - is developing into one of Major League Soccer’s top young central midfielders. He earned back-to-back call-ups to the U.S. U-23s and senior national team, making his USMNT debut on June 5 against Jamaica.

FAST FACTS •

The Earthquakes are 11-4-5 with Yueill in the starting lineup and are 0-4-0 without. Yueill is on pace for 2,666 minutes this season after recording 2,260 in 2017 and 2018 combined.

Jackson Yueill will be a full #USMNT player sooner rather than later, and is already playing like it under Almeyda. Fact that he’s playing for one of the most successful coaches in Concacaf, and has already shown pretty well for the U23s, and has learned how to defend over the past 12 months... Give me a CM with soft feet who knows how to move the ball. It’s gonna happen.

Matthew Doyle May 2, 2019

I think Jackson is one of the players with the brightest futures in this league, especially being born the United States. I like his personality a lot. In terms of soccer, he is very complete, and I see a big European future for him.

Matias Almeyda May 15, 2019

Jackson Yueill’s Opta map in the 2-2 draw at Seattle showed a little bit of everything; the kid is merging a classy passing range with high-intensity ground coverage and when he’s clicking, it makes everything go for the most interesting team in the West right now.

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Charles Boehm April 25, 2019

No domestic player has blossomed more in the last three months than the San Jose Earthquakes midfielder. Anybody who has ever watched Jackson Yueill play could see a young attacker with rare levels of awareness and comfort on the ball. He always seems to know what is around him and be able to keep his cool in traffic. But everyone who watched him play also whispered the same things: “He doesn’t defend, though.” Matias Almeyda has changed that. Yueill has become a more complete player. He now covers ground and doesn’t shy away from the necessary tackles.

Bobby Warshaw May 14, 2019


AMERICAN CORE

In addition to Jackson Yueill, the Earthquakes’ young American core also contains Homegrown Players Tommy Thompson and Nick Lima.

Tommy Thompson was lauded as a creative attacking midfielder when he was signed as a 19-year-old Homegrown Player back in 2014. Despite being a U.S. YNT staple, Thompson made 10+ starts in a season just once in his first five years. He was converted to right back by head coach Matias Almeyda and has started 20 of the last 21 MLS matches. Now 23 years old, Thompson continues to develop in his new role, while also spending his free time learning Spanish to communicate more effectively with his teammates and coaching staff.

y mm To pson Thom Nick Lima was signed as the club’s second-ever Homegrown Player ahead of the 2017 season. Expected to ease his way into the professional ranks, he was forced to start from day one due to health concerns to the incumbent starter. Lima would go on to finish fourth in voting for the 2017 MLS Rookie of the Year award. Lima, 24, has not only blossomed into a leader for the Quakes, but he was also named Man of the Match in his debut appearance for the USMNT on Jan. 27, 2019. He was one of 23 players selected by head coach Gregg Berhalter to represent the United States at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup.

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HOW WE WERE BUILT The following is a calendar of when each current Earthquakes player was acquired. Players obtained during the offseason are included with the upcoming year.

2009

F Chris Wondolowski - Acquired via trade with the Houston Dynamo on June 9, 2009. Was originally selected by the Earthquakes in the fourth round (No. 41 overall) of the 2005 MLS Supplemental Draft.

2012

M Shea Salinas - Acquired via trade with Vancouver Whitecaps FC on Nov. 30, 2011. Was originally selected in the second round (No. 15 overall) of the 2008 MLS SuperDraft and later taken by the Philadelphia Union in the 2009 MLS Expansion Draft.

2014

2015

M Tommy Thompson - Signed as a Homegrown Player on Jan. 22, 2014.

M Anibal Godoy - Signed using Targeted Allocation Money on Aug. 6, 2015.

2016

GK Andrew Tarbell - Selected in the first round (No. 8 overall) of the 2016 MLS SuperDraft as a Generation adidas player.

2017

D Nick Lima - Signed as a Homegrown Player on Dec. 21, 2016. D Harold Cummings - Signed on Jan. 7, 2017. M Jackson Yueill - Selected in the first round (No. 6 overall) of the 2017 MLS SuperDraft as a Generation adidas player. F Danny Hoesen - Acquired on a season-long loan from the Netherland’s FC Groningen on Feb. 2, 2017. Later acquired on a permanent transfer on Dec. 29, 2017. M Florian Jungwirth - Signed using Targeted Allocation Money on Feb. 2, 2017. GK Matt Bersano - Signed on March 13, 2017. M Vako - Signed as a Designated Player on June 22, 2017. D Francois Affolter - Signed on July 21, 2017.

2018

GK JT Marcinkowski - Signed as a Homegrown Player on Dec. 6, 2017. M Luis Felipe - Signed on Dec. 14, 2017. D Jimmy Ockford - Signed on Dec. 14, 2017. D Jacob Akanyirige - Signed as a Homegrown Player on Dec. 15, 2017. M Magnus Eriksson - Signed using Targeted Allocation Money on Dec. 20, 2017. D Paul Marie - Selected in the first round (No. 12 overall) of the 2018 MLS SuperDraft. Signed on March 16, 2018. M Eric Calvillo - Signed on Jan. 20, 2018. M Gilbert Fuentes - Signed as a Homegrown Player on Jan. 26, 2018. D Guram Kashia - Signed using Targeted Allocation Money on June 14, 2018. D Kevin Partida - Acquired on a season-long loan from Reno 1868 FC on June 9, 2018. Contract option for 2019 was exercised on Nov. 29, 2018. Was originally selected by the Earthquakes in the third round (No. 58 overall) of the 2018 MLS SuperDraft (No. 58 overall), although did not sign.

2019

M Judson - Acquired on a season-long loan with option to buy from Brazil’s Tombense on Dec. 20, 2018. F Cristian Espinoza - Acquired on a season-long loan from Spain’s Villarreal on Jan. 2, 2019. D Marcos Lopez - Signed using Targeted Allocation Money on Jan. 4, 2019. M Siad Haji - Selected in the first round (No. 2 overall) of the 2019 MLS SuperDraft as a Generation adidas player. GK Daniel Vega - Signed on Jan. 18, 2019. F Cade Cowell - Signed as a Homegrown Player on Jan. 23, 2019. M Carlos Fierro - Acquired using Targeted Allocation Money on June 25, 2019. F Andres Rios - Acquired using Targeted Allocation Money on July 30, 2019.


HOW THEY LINE UP 2019 EARTHQUAKES STARTERS (NUMBER OF MLS STARTS)

2019 EARTHQUAKES SUBSTITUTES (NUMBER OF MLS SUBSTITUTE APPEARANCES)

24 – Daniel Vega 23 – Magnus Eriksson 21 – Cristian Espinoza 20 – Florian Jungwirth 20 – Tommy Thompson 20 – Jackson Yueill 16 – Harold Cummings 16 – Chris Wondolowski 15 – Judson 15 – Nick Lima 15 – Vako 13 – Anibal Godoy 12 – Shea Salinas 11 – Guram Kashia 10 – Marcos Lopez 9 – Danny Hoesen 2 – Paul Marie 1 - Francois Affolter 1 – Eric Calvillo

12 – Danny Hoesen 8 – Shea Salinas 7 – Vako 7 – Chris Wondolowski 5 – Paul Marie 4 – Siad Haji 4 – Judson 3 – Luis Felipe 3 – Nick Lima 3 – Marcos Lopez 3 – Jackson Yueill 2 – Guram Kashia 2 – Tommy Thompson 1 – Eric Calvillo 1 - Carlos Fierro 1 – Gilbert Fuentes 1 – Kevin Partida

2019 MLS RECOGNITION MLS PLAYER OF THE WEEK *Cristian Espinoza – Week 6 *Danny Hoesen – Week 8 *Shea Salinas – Week 9 Chris Wondolowski – Week 12 *Chris Wondolowski – Week 13 Vako – Week 17 *Nominated MLS GOAL OF THE WEEK *Jackson Yueill – Week 7 *Shea Salinas – Week 8 *Shea Salinas – Week 9 *Chris Wondolowski – Week 12 *Vako – Week 17 *Vako – Week 21 *Nominated

MLS PLAYER OF THE MONTH Chris Wondolowski – May MLS COACH OF THE WEEK Matias Almeyda – Week 6 Matias Almeyda – Week 17 Matias Almeyda – Week 19 MLS TEAM OF THE WEEK Cristian Espinoza – Week 6 *Anibal Godoy – Week 6 Danny Hoesen – Week 8 Shea Salinas – Week 9 *Jackson Yueill – Week 9 Nick Lima – Week 10 Chris Wondolowski – Week 12 Jackson Yueill – Week 12 Chris Wondolowski – Week 13 Nick Lima – Week 14 Magnus Eriksson – Week 15 *Tommy Thompson – Week 15 Vako – Week 17 *Tommy Thompson – Week 17 Vako – Week 19 Jackson Yueill – Week 19 Vako – Week 20 Vako – Week 21 *Nick Lima – Week 21 *Bench


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TRANSACTIONS

EARTHQUAKES TRANSACTIONS SINCE END OF 2018 SEASON 2018

October 8, 2018: Hired Matias Almeyda as head coach. November 29, 2018: Exercised 2019 contract options on GK Matt Bersano, D Harold Cummings, D Paul Marie, D Jimmy Ockford and D Kevin Partida. Did not exercise 2019 contract options on D Yeferson Quintana, M Jahmir Hyka, M Chris Wehan, F Danny Musovski and F Mohamed Thiaw. December 20, 2018: Acquired M Judson on a season-long loan with an option to buy from Brazil’s Tombense.

2019

January 2, 2019: Acquired F Cristian Espinoza on a season-long loan from Spain’s Villarreal. January 4, 2019: Signed D Marcos Lopez from Peru’s Sporting Cristal Lima. January 11, 2019: Selected Generation adidas M Siad Haji (No. 2 overall) in the first round, and M Sergio Rivas (No. 26) and F Mamadi Camara (No. 46) in the second round of the 2019 MLS SuperDraft. January 14, 2019: Selected D Nathan Aune (No. 50 overall) in the third round of the 2019 MLS SuperDraft. January 4, 2019: Signed D Marcos Lopez from Peru’s Sporting Cristal Lima. January 18, 2019: Signed GK Daniel Vega. January 23, 2019: Signed F Cade Cowell as a Homegrown Player. March 2, 2019: Earthquakes exercise offseason Buyout of a Guaranteed Contract on D Joel Qwiberg. June 25, 2019: Earthquakes acquire M Carlos Fierro from Mexico’s Cruz Azul. July 15, 2019: Earthquakes loan D Jimmy Ockford to USL Championsip side Nashville SC. July 30, 2019: Earthquakes acquire F Andres Rios from Argentina’s Racing Club. August 7, 2019: Earthquakes trade M Anibal Godoy to Nashville SC for $650,000 in General Allocation Money, effective Jan. 1 2020.


INTERNATIONAL LIST International statistics courtesy of transfermarkt.com SENIOR NATIONAL TEAM

YOUTH NATIONAL TEAM

UNITED STATES CAPS GOALS Chris Wondolowski 35 11 Nick Lima 7 0 Jackson Yueill 1 0

UNITED STATES YNT Jacob Akanyirige U-18 Eric Calvillo U-15, U-17, U-19 Cade Cowell U-16, U-17 Gilbert Fuentes U-15, U-17 Luis Felipe U-20 Siad Haji U-20 JT Marcinkowski U-18, U-20, U-23 Tommy Thompson U-20 Jackson Yueill U-18, U-20, U-23

GEORGIA CAPS GOALS Guram Kashia 74 2 Vako 41 10 PANAMA CAPS GOALS Anibal Godoy 99 1 Harold Cummings 63 1 PERU CAPS GOALS Marcos Lopez 2 0 SWEDEN CAPS GOALS Magnus Eriksson 1 0 SWITZERLAND Francois Affolter

CAPS GOALS 5 0

ARGENTINA YNT Cristian Espinoza U-20, U-23 Andres Rios U-20 GEORGIA YNT Vako U-17, U-19, U-21 Guram Kashia U-21 GERMANY YNT Florian Jungwirth U-16, U-17, U-18, U-19, U-20 FRANCE YNT Paul Marie U-16

MEXICO YNT Carlos Fierro U-17, U-20, U-23 THE NETHERLANDS YNT Danny Hoesen U-17, U-21 PANAMA YNT Anibal Godoy U-23 Harold Cummings U-20, U-23 PERU YNT Marcos Lopez U-20 SWEDEN YNT Magnus Eriksson U-15, U-16, U-17, U-18, U-19, U-21 SWITZERLAND YNT Francois Affolter U-18, U-19, U-21


QUAKES’ RECORD BOOK GAMES PLAYED 1. Chris Wondolowski 2. Shea Salinas 3. Ramiro Corrales 4. Joe Cannon 5. Jason Hernandez 6. Richard Mulrooney 7. Victor Bernardez 8. Jon Busch 9. Ronald Cerritos 10. Wade Barrett

GP 313 261 250 171 165 163 162 150 148 142

SHOTS GP S 1. Chris Wondolowski 313 863 2. Ronald Cerritos 148 327 3. Ramiro Corrales 250 270 4. Dwayne De Rosario 108 232 5. Vako 68 228 6. Simon Dawkins 96 203 7. Landon Donovan 87 192 8. Shea Salinas 261 195 9. Danny Hoesen 87 194 10. Khari Stephenson 92 166

MINUTES PLAYED 1. Chris Wondolowski 2. Ramiro Corrales 3. Joe Cannon 4. Shea Salinas 5. Jason Hernandez 6. Richard Mulrooney 7. Victor Bernardez 8. Jon Busch 9. Ronald Cerritos 10. Wade Barrett

MIN 25,698 20,188 15,561 15,626 14,258 14,204 14,123 13,455 12,382 12,218

CORNER KICKS 1. Richard Mulrooney 2. Shea Salinas 3. Eric Wynalda 4. Eddie Lewis 5. Bobby Convey 6. Matias Perez Garcia 7. Magnus Eriksson 8. Marvin Chavez 9. Jeff Agoos 10. Jahmir Hyka

GP 163 261 57 115 75 47 55 42 84 49

GAMES STARTED 1. Chris Wondolowski 2. Ramiro Corrales 3. Joe Cannon 4. Shea Salinas T5. Jason Hernandez T5. Victor Bernardez 7. Richard Mulrooney 8. Jon Busch 9. Ronald Cerritos 10. Wade Barrett

GS 283 228 171 164 161 161 155 150 142 136

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. Chris Wondolowski 2. Ronald Cerritos 3. Landon Donovan 4. Dwayne De Rosario 5. Danny Hoesen 6. Ariel Graziani T7. Brian Ching T7. Alan Gordon T7. Ryan Johnson T7. Steven Lenhart

GWG 43 15 10 8 7 6 5 5 5 5

GOALS GP G 1. Chris Wondolowski 313 149 2. Ronald Cerritos 148 61 3. Landon Donovan 87 32 4. Dwayne De Rosario 108 27 5. Brian Ching 56 25 6. Vako 68 23 7. Danny Hoesen 87 22 8. Eric Wynalda 57 21 T9. Jeff Baicher 102 20 T9. Steven Lenhart 72 20 ASSISTS GP A 1. Ronald Cerritos 148 47 2. Shea Salinas 261 46 3. Richard Mulrooney 163 44 4. Chris Wondolowski 313 38 5. Eddie Lewis 115 35 6. Ramiro Corrales 250 32 7. Dwayne De Rosario 108 31 T8. Landon Donovan 87 29 T8. Eric Wynalda 57 29 10. Wade Barrett 142 24

CK 456 389 204 201 173 170 133 127 125 94

HAT TRICKS GP HT 1. Chris Wondolowski 313 5 T2. Dwayne De Rosario 108 1 T2. Landon Donovan 87 1 T2. Steven Lenhart 72 1 MULTI-GOAL GAMES 1. Chris Wondolowski 2. Ronald Cerritos 3. Landon Donovan 4. Steven Lenhart T5. Jeff Baicher T5. Paul Bravo T5. Brian Ching T5. Ariel Graziani T5. Manny Lagos T5. Eric Wynalda

GP 313 148 87 72 102 31 56 28 79 57

Note: Players in Bold are Active.

GM 22 8 7 5 3 3 3 3 3 3


SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES 2019 PLAYER BIOS


EARTHQUAKES ROSTER ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Hometown College 3 Francois Affolter D 6-2 165 3-13-91 Biel/Bienne, Switzerland -29 Jacob Akanyirige (HG) D 5-11 162 12-30-01 Pleasanton, CA -12 Matt Bersano GK 6-1 182 9-10-92 Tempe, AZ Oregon St./Penn St. 26 Eric Calvillo M 5-7 147 1-2-98 Palmdale, CA -44 Cade Cowell F 5-9 154 10-14-03 Ceres, CA -31 Harold Cummings D 6-0 207 3-1-92 Panama City, Panama -7 Magnus Eriksson M 5-11 175 4-8-90 Solna, Sweden -10 Cristian Espinoza M 5-7 154 4-3-95 Buenos Aires, Argentina -96 Luis Felipe M 6-1 176 1-29-96 Mineola, NY -21 Carlos Fierro M 5-9 146 7-24-94 Ahome, Mexico -35 Gilbert Fuentes (HG) M 5-6 142 2-21-02 Tracy, CA -20 Anibal Godoy M 6-0 181 2-10-90 Panama City, Panama -19 Siad Haji M 5-8 150 12-1-99 Manchester, NH New England/VCU 9 Danny Hoesen F 6-1 180 1-15-91 Heerlen, Netherlands -93 Judson M 5-6 143 5-25-93 Arês, Brazil -23 Florian Jungwirth D 5-11 176 1-27-89 Grafelfing, Germany -37 Guram Kashia D 6-1 191 7-4-87 Tbilisi, Georgia -24 Nick Lima (HG) D 5-9 174 11-17-94 Castro Valley, CA University of California 27 Marcos Lopez D 5-9 148 11-2-99 Callao, Peru -18 JT Marcinkowski (HG) GK 6-1 182 5-9-97 Alamo, CA Georgetown 33 Paul Marie D 5-8 146 3-24-95 Saint-Aubin-des-Bois, France Florida Intl./Newberry 15 Jimmy Ockford D 6-1 181 6-10-92 Yardley, PA Louisville/Mount St. Mary’s 89 Kevin Partida D 5-8 142 3-10-95 Sparks, Nevada UNLV 25 Andres Rios F 5-10 172 8-1-89 Buenos Aires, Argentina -6 Shea Salinas M 5-10 163 6-24-86 Grapevine, TX Furman University 28 Andrew Tarbell (GA) GK 6-3 194 10-7-93 Mandeville, LA Clemson University 22 Tommy Thompson (HG) D 5-7 157 8-15-95 Loomis, CA Indiana University 11 Vako M 5-9 177 1-29-93 Ozurgeti, Georgia -17 Daniel Vega GK 6-2 200 6-3-84 Cutral Có, Argentina -8 Chris Wondolowski F 6-0 170 1-28-83 Danville, CA Chico State University 14 Jackson Yueill (GA) M 5-10 157 3-19-97 Bloomington, MN UCLA NUMERICAL ROSTER AND PRONUNCIATION GUIDE No. 3 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 33 35 37 44 89 93 96

Player Francois Affolter Shea Salinas Magnus Eriksson Chris Wondolowski Danny Hoesen Cristian Espinoza Vako Matt Bersano Jackson Yueill (GA) Jimmy Ockford Daniel Vega JT Marcinkowski (HG) Siad Haji (GA) Anibal Godoy Carlos Fierro Tommy Thompson (HG) Florian Jungwirth Nick Lima (HG) Andres Rios Eric Calvillo Marcos Lopez Andrew Tarbell (GA) Jacob Akanyirige (HG) Harold Cummings Paul Marie Gilbert Fuentes (HG) Guram Kashia Cade Cowell Kevin Partida Judson Luis Felipe

Pos. Pronunciation D ah-FOHL-turr M/D shay M F wahn-doh-LOWW-skee F HOO-sun M/F es-pee-NO-zuh M VAH-ko GK burr-SAHN-oh M yule D GK VAY-guh GK mar-sin-COW-ski M sy-EED hah-G M ON-uh-ball guh-DOY M fee-AIR-oh D/M D/M YUNG-verth D LEE-muh F M cal-VEE-oh D GK TAR-bell D ak-an-YEER-ridge D D muh-REE M FWEN-tess D goo-RAHM KAH-she-uh F COW-wool D par-TEE-duh M JOOD-sun M fuh-LEE-pay

Place of Birth Biel/Bienne, Switzerland Lubbock, TX Solna, Sweden Danville, CA Heerlen, Netherlands Buenos Aires, Argentina Ozurgeti, Georgia Chandler, AZ Bloomington, MN Yardley, PA Cutral Có, Argentina Alamo, CA Kakuma, Kenya Panama City, Panama Ahome, Mexico Hinsdale, IL Grafelfing, Germany Castro Valley, CA Buenos Aires, Argentina Palmdale, CA Callao, Peru Mandeville, LA Pleasanton, CA Panama City, Panama

Last Club FC Luzern (Switzerland) Vancouver Whitecaps FC IF Djurgardens (Sweden) Houston Dynamo FC Groningen Villarreal (Spain) SBV Vitesse (Netherlands) Seattle Sounders 2 UCLA (NCAA) Reno 1868 FC (USL) Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL) Georgetown University (NCAA) VCU (NCAA) Budapest Honved FC (Hungary) Cruz Azul (Mexico) Indiana University (NCAA) SV Darmstadt 98 (Germany) University of California Racing Club New York Cosmos (NASL) Sporting Cristal Lima (Peru) Clemson University (NCAA) Quakes Academy U-19 (USSDA) LD Alajuelense (Costa Rica) Saint-Aubin-des-Bois, France Florida Intl. University (NCAA) Tracy, CA Quakes Academy U-19 (USSDA) Tbilisi, Georgia Vitesse (Netherlands) Ceres, CA Quakes Academy U-19 (USSDA) Sparks, NV Reno 1868 FC (USL) Ares, Brazil Tombense (Brazil) Mineola, NY Reno 1868 FC (USL)

Head Coach: Matias Almeyda Head Athletic Trainer: Derek Lawrance General Manager: Jesse Fioranelli Assistant Coach: Benjamin Galindo Asst. Athletic Trainer: Baker Cronin Technical Director: Chris Leitch Assistant Coach: Omar Zarif Equipment Manager: Andy Dunbar Head Scout: Bruno Costa Goalkeeper Coach: Carlos Roa Asst. Equipment Manager: Hector Perez Director of Methodology: Alex Covelo Strength Coach: Guido Bonini Head of Analysis: Brett Karleen Strength Coach: Daniel Hicker Team Administrator: Sean Mearns Asst. Team Administrator: Ricky Dorrego Coaching Communications: Agustin Zalazar


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FRANCOIS AFFOLTER DEFENDER 6-2

How He Joined The Club Signed on July 21, 2017. International Appearances Has represented the Swiss National Team at the U-18, U-19 and U-21 youth levels and made his senior team debut at 19 years old. He has five senior team caps and also represented Switzerland at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

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3-13-91

Experienced Joined the Quakes after more than 200 appearances in the Swiss Super League and a stint in the German Bundesliga. Debut Season Made Quakes debut on Aug. 12 against the Houston Dynamo and went on to play and started six games, accumulating 509 minutes in debut season.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2017 (SJ) 6 6 509 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2018 (SJ) 9 7 676 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2019 (SJ) 1 1 90 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 16 14 1,275 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0

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JACOB AKANYIRIGE DEFENDER 5-11

How He Joined The Club Signed as a Homegrown Player on Dec. 15, 2017. Was the youngest player in Quakes history at the time. International Friendly Debuts Made his professional debut with Quakes USL affiliate Reno 1868 FC on July 14 against Monarcas Morelia, and his Quakes debut against Manchester United on July 22.

PLEASANTON, CA 162

12-30-01

A Bright Future Was the fourth-ever Homegrown Player signing by the Earthquakes, following Tommy Thompson (2014), Nick Lima (2017) and JT Marcinkowski (2018). International Pedigree Earned a call-up to the U.S. U-18 National Team in 2018, despite being the youngest player in the 2001 cycle.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2018 (SJ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2019 (SJ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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MATT BERSANO GOALKEEPER 6-1

TEMPE, AZ 182

How He Joined The Club Signed on March 13, 2017. Opportunity Made his debut for the Quakes on July 22, 2018 in an international friendly against Manchester United. Bersano heped secure a clean sheet for the Quakes after being subbed in at halftime.

9-10-92

Reliable In Reno Made 11 starts for San Jose’s USL affiliate Reno 1868 FC during the 2018 season and was elected to the USL Team of the Week in Week 30. More Than A Game Has “MT17” written on every single glove and cleat he owns in honor of a late friend from his early playing days.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP 2017 (SJ) 0 2018 (SJ) 0 2019 (SJ) 0 Career 0

GS MIN SHT SVS GA GAA W 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0

26

L T SO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ERIC CALVILLO MIDFIELDER 5-7

PALMDALE, CA 147

1-2-98

How He Joined The Club Transferred to the Earthquakes from the NY Cosmos on Jan. 20, 2018.

Starting Young Signed his first professional contract with the New York Cosmos in 2016 at the age of 18.

Representing the USA Represented the United States at the U-15, U-17 and U-19 levels. He was named to the United States’ 21-man roster at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

Warm Welcome Made his first MLS start for the Quakes on October 21, 2018, against the Colorado Rapids. Calvillo’s performance against the Rapids earned him a spot on the bench for the MLS Team of The Week (Week 34).

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP 2018 (SJ) 3 2019 (SJ) 2 Career 5

GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2 165 0 0 3 10 1 0 0 0 1 73 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 238 0 0 3 10 1 0 0 0


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CADE COWELL FORWARD 5-9

How He Joined The Club Signed as San Jose’s youngest Homegrown Player ever (15 years and 102 days) on Jan. 23, 2019. Young Prodigy Joined the Quakes Academy after leading the nation with 34 goals for the Ballistic United U-15s during the 2017-18 U.S. Soccer Development Academy season. He registered three goals in eight appearances for the Quakes Academy U-17s.

CERES, CA 154

10-14-03

Stars And Stripes Scored in his national team debut for the U.S. U-16s in September of 2018. He then appeared in all three matches for the U.S. U-17s in 2018 Nike International Friendlies and scored against Chile. Seize the Moment Made his professional debut for the Earthquakes as a second-half substitute agaisnt C.F. Monterrey and scored on his first touch of the match.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2019 (SJ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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HAROLD CUMMINGS DEFENDER 6-0

How He Joined The Club Signed on Jan. 7, 2017. #Panamaniac Earned his first Panama National Team cap at age 18, and made 50 appearances against sides such as Brazil, Mexico, Chile and the United States before turning 25. Also represented Panama at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

PANAMA CITY, PANAMA 207

3-1-92

Cup Winner Won the Copa Sudamericana championship, the secondmost prestigious club tournament in South America, with Independiente Santa Fe in 2015. Debut Season in 2018 Made 21 starts in MLS play, making his debut against Minnesota United FC on March 3.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2017 (SJ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 (SJ) 21 21 1,875 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 2019 (SJ) 16 16 1,392 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 Career 37 37 3,267 0 0 1 0 8 1 0 0


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MAGNUS ERIKSSON MIDFIELDER 5-11

How He Joined The Club Signed using Targeted Allocation Money on Dec. 20, 2017. Champion’s Mentality Joined Malmo FF in 2013. Led the side to a championship, finishing with 11 goals and 14 assists. In 2014, Eriksson tallied five goals and seven assists during the 2014 Allsvenskan season which helped Malmo FF win the championship for the second consecutive year.

SOLNA, SWEDEN 175

4-8-90

International Experience Scored two goals in 12 appearances for various Sweden Youth National Teams before later earning a cap with the senior team. Called to the 2018 January Camp as part of preparations for the FIFA World Cup in Russia. Important Piece of the Puzzle Eriksson, this season, has tallied five goals and is second in the team in assists with six.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2018 (SJ) 32 29 2,494 6 3 52 77 2 0 0 0 2019 (SJ) 23 23 1,997 5 6 60 56 4 0 0 1 Career 55 52 4,491 11 9 112 133 6 0 0 1

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CRISTIAN ESPINOZA MIDFIELDER 5-7

How He Joined The Club Acquired from Spain’s Villarreal on a season-long loan on Jan. 2, 2019. In the Argentine Superliga Debuted professionally at 17 years of age and registered 11 goals and 11 asssists for Huracán. He also contributed two goals and two assists for Boca Juniors from 2017 to 2018.

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA 154

4-3-95

International Stage Led the Argentina U-20 to a 6-1-1 record in the 2015 South American Championship. Espinoza also featured in the 2015 U-20 World Cup, and played all three matches for the Ablicelestes in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Leading the Charge

Espinoza is first Earthquakes player to tally 7+ assists before the end of June since Marvin Chavez in 2012 (7). He leads the team in asssits, and is tied for first in MLS in game-winning assists with five.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS 2019 (SJ) Career

GP 21 21

GS 21 21

MIN 1,797 1,797

G 2 2

A 9 9

SHT 67 67

CK 68 68

YC 5 5

RC 1 1

GWG GWA 0 5 0 5


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LUIS FELIPE MIDFIELDER 6-1

MINEOLA, NY 176

1-29-96

How He Joined The Club Signed on Dec. 14, 2017 from Quakes’ USL affiliate Reno 1868 FC.

International Experience Eligible internationally with both the United States and Brazil, Felipe competed for the U.S. U-20s in 2014.

MLS Debut Made his MLS debut on July 25, 2018, starting in the Quakes match against Seattle Sounders FC.

USL Record Breakers Helped Reno 1868 FC earn a 17-7-8 record, reach the USL playoffs in their inaugural season, finish atop the league in goal differential (+36) and set the USL single-season goals record (75).

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2018 (SJ) 13 11 974 0 1 6 0 4 0 0 0 2019 (SJ) 3 0 39 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Career 16 11 1,013 0 1 6 0 5 0 0 0

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CARLOS FIERRO MIDFIELDER 5-9

How He Joined The Club Acquired on June 25, 2019 from Mexico’s Cruz Azul. International Success Represented Mexico at U-17, U-20 and U-23 levels. Led Mexico to a 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup championship, earning the Bronze Ball after scoring four goals. Also helped Mexico win the 2013 Concacaf U-20 Championship.

AHOME, MEXICO 146

7-24-94

Familiarity Made 64 appearances under Matias Almeyda during his time with Chivas, his most appearances under any manager. New Challenge Competing for a club outside of Mexico for the first time in his career. Has previously played for Chivas, Queretaro, Cruz Azul and Monarcas Morelia.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2019 (SJ) 1 0 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 1 0 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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GILBERT FUENTES MIDFIELDER 5-6

TRACY, CA 142

How He Joined The Club Signed as a Homegrown Player on Jan. 26, 2018, becoming the youngest signing at the time in Quakes history at the time.

2-21-02

First Record Set

At 16 years and 242 days, became the youngest Quakes player to earn MLS minutes as an 89th minute substitute against Colorado Rapids on Oct. 21, 2018.

International Attention Has earned numerous call-ups to various U.S. Youth National Teams, including at U-14, U-15 and U-17 levels. MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP 2018 (SJ) 1 2019 (SJ) 1 Career 2

GS MIN 0 1 0 2 0 3

G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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ANIBAL GODOY MIDFIELDER 6-0

PANAMA CITY, PANAMA 181

2-10-90

How He Joined The Club Signed on Aug. 6, 2015 using Targeted Allocation Money, and re-signed to a multi-year contract on Nov. 30, 2017.

Digging Deep for Los Canaleros Led Panama to their first-ever qualification for a FIFA World Cup and represented his country in Russia in 2018.

#Panamaniac Has made 92 appearances with the Panama National Team, scoring one goal, helping the team secure third place at the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Leadership Since Godoy’s signing, the club holds a 26-35-25 record (.448) when he plays and a 5-15-8 record (.321) when he doesn’t.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2015 (SJ) 10 10 894 2 0 14 2 5 0 1 0 2016 (SJ) 23 23 1,941 1 2 28 28 7 2 1 0 2017 (SJ) 26 24 2,134 2 1 20 10 10 1 2 0 2018 (SJ) 27 27 2,348 0 2 15 0 8 0 0 1 2019 (SJ) 13 13 1,164 0 2 4 -- 6 0 0 0 Career 99 97 8,481 5 7 81 40 36 3 4 1


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SIAD HAJI MIDFIELDER 5-8

How He Joined The Club Selected by the Earthquakes with the No. 2 overall pick in the first round of the 2019 MLS SuperDraft and was signed to the club as a Generation adidas player. A True Success Story Born to two Somalian refugees in Kenya, Haji and his family moved to New Hampshire seeking asylum. He learned english by watching PBS regularly.

MANCHESTER, NH 150

12-01-99

Defenders, Stay Clear... Tallied two goals and eight assists in his first year (2017) at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and helped the Rams reach the NCAA tournament (first time since 2013). Tallied five goals and 10 assists in 18 appearances in 2018 to lead his side to an A-10 regular season championship. MLS Debut Made his debut in MLS action on Saturday, May 11, in a road match against the New England Revolution.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2019 (SJ) 4 0 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 4 0 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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DANNY HOESEN FORWARD 6-1

How He Joined The Club Joined the Quakes from FC Groningen on Feb. 2, 2017 on a season-long loan. The Quakes later acquired Hoesen on permanent transfer on Dec. 29, 2017. Champions League Experience Appeared in five Champions League matches, including against Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, FC Barcelona and AC Milan, scoring against Dortmund and Barca.

HEERLEN, NETHERLANDS 180

1-15-91

Difference Maker Was the first player in Major League Soccer to win MLS’ Player of the Week award (Week 1) in 2018. Hoesen’s quality throughout the season earned him the 2018 Earthquakes MVP award. Turning Heads Three of Hoesen’s five goals scored this season were game-winning goals. Hoesen was named to the MLS Team of the Week for Week 8.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2017 (SJ) 32 20 1,838 5 5 70 0 1 0 2 2 2018 (SJ) 34 29 2,488 12 4 83 0 1 0 2 0 2019 (SJ) 21 9 1,064 5 2 41 0 1 0 3 0 Career 87 58 5,390 22 11 194 0 3 0 7 2


93

JUDSON MIDFIELDER 5-7

How He Joined The Club Acquired from Tombense on a season-long loan using Targeted Allocation Money. Pure Grit Despite attracting offers from first division clubs, Judson remained with Avaí FC from 2016 and 2018 and helped them achieve promotion twice to the top-flight Série A

ARÊS, BRAZIL 157

5-25-93

Defensive Gem Helped Avaí earn promotion to the Série A in 2016 by finishing second (19-10-9) and conceding the second fewest goals in the league. In his lone season in Série A, Judson averaged 5.24 interceptions per game, finishing third among all players in that category.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2019 (SJ) 19 15 1,280 0 0 13 2 5 0 0 0 Career 19 15 1,280 0 0 13 2 5 0 0 0

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FLORIAN JUNGWIRTH DEFENDER 5-11

How He Joined The Club Signed on Feb. 2, 2017 using Targeted Allocation Money. German Engineering Played two and a half seasons with SV Darmstadt 98 of the German Bundesliga, making 63 appearances, recording three assists, and helping the club earn promotion from the 2. Bundesliga to the top flight with a second place finish in 2014-15.

GRAFELFING, GERMANY 176

1-27-89

Busy Sophmore Made 27 starts in 31 total appearances during his second MLS season in 2018, recording MLS career-highs in appearances, goals (3) and assists (4). National Representation Has made 44 appearances for Germany at various youth levels from U-16 to U-20.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2017 (SJ) 30 30 2,600 2 3 13 0 4 0 1 0 2018 (SJ) 31 27 2,400 3 4 17 0 4 0 0 0 2019 (SJ) 20 20 1,800 0 1 11 0 0 0 0 0 Career 81 77 6,800 5 8 41 0 8 0 1 0


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GURAM KASHIA DEFENDER 6-1

How He Joined The Club Acquired using Targeted Allocation Money on June 14, 2018. Familiar Face Played alongside U.S. National Team member Matt Miazga in the center of Vitesse’s defense from 2016-17.

TBILISI, GEORGIA 191

7-4-87

Award Winner Won UEFA’s first-ever #EqualGame Award for acting as a role model in promoting diversity, inclusion and accessibility in European football. Cup Winner Led Vitesse to the domestic KNVB Cup championship in 2016-17, starting all but one of their six games and recording a goal and an assist.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2018 (SJ) 12 12 1,080 0 0 6 0 3 0 0 0 2019 (SJ) 13 11 1,005 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 Career 25 23 1,995 0 0 9 0 4 0 0 0

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NICK LIMA DEFENDER 5-9

How He Joined The Club Signed as a Homegrown Player on Dec. 21, 2016. Out Of A Cannon Earned MLS Team of the Week honors in his professional debut, helping the Quakes keep a shutout against Montreal while allowing no shots on target.

CASTRO VALLEY, CA 174

11-17-94

Homegrown Pride Scored his first MLS goal on March 11, 2017 in only his second start for the Quakes, becoming the first Homegrown player to score for the club. For Club and Country Made his U.S. Men’s National Team debut against Panama on Jan. 27, 2019, and was named Man of the Match.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2017 (SJ) 22 20 1,809 2 1 20 0 2 1 1 0 2018 (SJ) 34 34 3,049 2 2 16 0 2 0 0 0 2019 (SJ) 18 15 1,310 1 2 15 0 4 0 1 1 Career 74 69 6,168 5 5 51 0 8 1 2 1


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MARCOS LOPEZ DEFENDER 5-9

How He Joined The Club Signed from Sporting Cristal Lima on Jan. 6, 2019 using Targeted Allocation Money. Going The Distance Led Sporting Cristal Lima to a 25-7-11 record while conceding seven less goals than any other team (36 in 43 games. He registered five goals over 21 starts (23 appearances).

CALLOU, PERU 148

11-2-99

In Blanquirroja Threads Was the youngest member to compete and start for Peru at the 2017 South American U-20 Championship. He earned his first call-up to the senior national team in August of 2018, and made his senior team debut as an 18-year-old in match against Germany.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS 2019 (SJ) Career

GP 13 13

GS 10 10

MIN 813 813

18

G 0 0

A 1 1

SHT 8 8

CK 3 3

YC 5 5

RC 1 1

GWG GWA 0 0 0 0

JT MARCINKOWSKI GOALKEEPER 6-1

How He Joined The Club Signed as a Homegrown Player on Dec. 6, 2017 Homegrown Dream Started in his debut for the Quakes on July 22, 2018 in an international friendly against Manchester United. Marcinkowski helped secure a clean sheet in the 45 minutes that he played.

ALAMO, CA 182

5-9-97

International Stage Had 13 shutouts in his 24 caps between the U-14 and U-18 U.S. Youth National Team levels. USL Experience Recieved USL Team of the Week honors in Week 2 of the 2018. This season, he received Team of The Week honors in Week 17 and has recorded shutouts agaisnt Sacramento Republic FC and Rio Grande Valley FC.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP 2018 (SJ) 5 2019 (SJ) 0 Career 5

GS MIN SHT SVS GA GAA W 5 450 32 20 11 2.20 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 5 450 32 20 11 2.20 0

L T SO 4 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 1


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PAUL MARIE DEFENDER 5-8

SAINT-AUBIN-DES-BOIS, FRANCE

146

3-24-95

How He Joined The Club Signed by the Earthquakes on March 16. Was selected by the Earthquakes with the No. 12 overall pick in the first round of the 2018 MLS SuperDraft.

For Club And Country Previously represented his home country at the U-16 level internationally. He also competed for the U-19 side at Caen of France’s top-flight Ligue 1.

Box To Box Used as both a fullback and winger, Marie totaled 18 goals and 15 assists in 68 appearances during his time at Florida International University and Newbury College.

MLS Debut Made his MLS debut as a second-half substitute against SKC on 4/20. Made his first MLS start the following week against SEA on 4/24.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP 2018 (SJ) 0 2019 (SJ) 7 Career 7

GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 232 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 232 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 1

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JIMMY OCKFORD DEFENDER 6-1

How He Joined The Club Signed on Dec. 14, 2017. On Fire in Reno Came from Quakes USL affiliate Reno 1868 FC in 2017, led the team in minutes played (2,669) and forced 10 shutouts. Ockford scored four goals while winning more than 80 percent of his aerial duels and was named a 2017 USL Second-Team All-League selection.

YARDLEY, PA 181

6-10-92

A Cosmic Reunion Reunited with Eric Calvillo after playing for the New York Cosmos together in 2016. Taking His Opportunity Made his first start for the Quakes against Vancouver Whitecaps FC on May 16, 2018.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2014 (SEA) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 (SEA) 1 1 90 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 (SJ) 15 11 1,085 0 0 9 0 3 0 0 0 2019 (SJ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 16 12 1,175 0 0 9 0 3 0 0 0


89

KEVIN PARTIDA DEFENDER 5-8

How He Joined The Club Acquired on loan by the Earthquakes on June 9, 2018. USL Stint Spent preseason with San Jose before signing with Reno 1868 FC in 2018. He made eight starts in nine appearances for Reno, scoring one goal. His strike in Week 7 vs. OKC Energy FC earned a Goal of the Week nomination and earned him USL Team of the Week.

SPARKS, NV 142

3-10-95

MLS Debut Made his MLS debut on June 9, 2018 against LAFC, starting and playing 89 minutes before picking up his second yellow card. Vegas, Baby Played collegiately at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas from 2013-17, He departed UNLV with six goals and six assists in 85 total appearances, making 69 starts.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP 2018 (SJ) 4 2019 (SJ) 1 Career 5

GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 4 290 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 291 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0

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ANDRES RIOS FORWARD 5-10

How He Joined The Club Acquired from Argentina’s Racing Club on July 30, 2019 using Targeted Allocation Money. In his Native Argentina Most recently played in the Argentine Primera Division with Racing Club, helping the squad win the league championship with a 17-2-6 record.

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA 172

8-1-89

Familiar Face Played at several prominent clubs in the Americas, including Argentina’s River Plate, Mexico’s Club America and Brazil’s Vasco de Gama. Played with and under Quakes head coach Matias Almeyda while at River Plate.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2019 (SJ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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SHEA SALINAS MIDFIELDER 5-10

GRAPEVINE, TX

163

6-24-86

How He Joined The Club Acquired via trade with Vancouver on Nov. 30, 2011 for allocation money. Originally selected in the second round (No. 15 overall) of the 2008 MLS SuperDraft by San Jose.

Rewriting the Books Salinas’ goal against Sporting Kansas came just 10 seconds into the second half, the fastest goal at the beginning of either half in club history.

Creating Opportunities Needs only three more assists to become the all-time leader in assists in Quakes history (Ronaldo Cerritos, 47).

Finding The Netting Shea Salinas has already set a single-season career high with six goals this year.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2008 (SJ) 23 2 544 2 0 12 1 1 1 0 0 2009 (SJ) 23 13 1,306 0 5 19 8 3 1 0 0 2010 (PHI) 17 7 795 1 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 2011 (VAN) 26 18 1,695 1 3 22 11 0 1 1 1 2012 (SJ) 19 11 1,099 1 7 17 32 1 0 0 2 2013 (SJ) 28 24 1,982 2 8 35 123 1 0 1 4 2014 (SJ) 31 30 2,470 1 8 26 71 3 1 0 2 2015 (SJ) 34 29 2,621 3 5 36 54 2 0 1 2 2016 (SJ) 33 8 1,223 1 5 19 43 0 0 0 1 2017 (SJ) 25 15 1,435 1 3 6 52 3 0 1 2 2018 (SJ) 25 20 1,820 0 2 5 3 3 1 0 0 2019 (SJ) 20 12 1,126 6 3 20 2 2 0 1 0 Career 304 189 18,116 19 49 228 400 19 4 5 14

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ANDREW TARBELL GOALKEEPER 6-3

How He Joined The Club Selected in the first round (No. 8 overall) of the 2016 MLS SuperDraft as a Generation adidas player. Making An Entrance Nominated for MLS Save of the Week for his first-career save two minutes into his professional debut. Later won MLS Save of the Week in his first (8/12/17) and fifth career starts (9/9/17).

MANDEVILLE, LA 194

10-7-93

College Credentials Was a NSCAA All-America Second Team and All-ACC First Team selection for Clemson in 2015, allowing 22 goals in 24 games en route to an appearance in the College Cup Final. Personal Best Set a career-high in starts (29), minutes (2,610) and saves (87) in 2018.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP 2016 (SJ) 1 2017 (SJ) 11 2018 (SJ) 29 2019 (SJ) 0 Career 41

GS MIN SHT SVS GA GAA W L T SO 0 46 2 1 1 1.96 0 0 0 0 11 990 65 40 25 2.27 4 5 2 2 29 2,610 152 87 60 2.07 4 17 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 40 3,646 219 128 86 2.12 8 22 10 3


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TOMMY THOMPSON DEFENDER 5-7

How He Joined The Club Signed as the club’s first Homegrown Player on Jan. 22, 2014. The Burrito Bowl Selected by Landon Donovan to participate in the 2016 Chipotle Homegrown Game and captained the team against Mexico’s U-20 National Team at Avaya Stadium.

LOOMIS, CA 157

8-15-95

Lone Ranger Notched the first goal for the Homegrown team in the competition’s history during the 1-1 tie against Club America’s U-20s in 2015. Red, White and Blue Competed with the U.S. U-20 National Team at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand in 2015.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2014 (SJ) 13 8 690 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 2015 (SJ) 17 4 465 0 0 15 5 1 0 0 0 2016 (SJ) 17 9 825 0 0 12 0 2 0 0 0 2017 (SJ) 32 16 1,534 1 4 42 14 1 0 0 1 2018 (SJ) 14 6 630 0 0 9 6 0 0 0 0 2019 (SJ) 22 20 1,703 2 1 10 0 7 0 0 0 Career 115 63 5,847 3 5 94 25 11 0 0 1

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VAKO MIDFIELDER 5-9

OZURGETI, GEORGIA 177

1-29-93

How He Joined The Club Signed as the team’s youngest Designated Player ever on June 22, 2017.

Georgia National Team Has made 55 appearances for the Georgia National Team, scoring eight goals, since making his intl. debut in 2014.

Well-Traveled Previously competed in Georgia, the Netherlands and Poland. Played for Vitesse in the Netherlands for six years, also spending a year on loan with powerhouse Legia Warsaw, where he won the Polish championship.

Standout Performer Earned MLS Team of the Week honors for Weeks 17, 19 and 21, and was named MLS Player of the Week for Week 17.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2017 (SJ) 13 8 784 5 2 38 0 0 0 1 1 2018 (SJ) 33 31 2,718 10 5 110 51 0 0 0 2 2019 (SJ) 22 15 1,358 8 3 80 0 1 0 3 0 Career 68 54 4,860 23 10 228 51 1 0 4 4


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DANIEL VEGA GOALKEEPER 6-2

How He Joined The Club Signed on Jan. 18, 2019. In His Native Lands Played for Argentina’s Nueva Chicago from 2004-07 before joining powerhouse River Plate. Vega made 76 appearances for Los Millonarios before moving to Europe to play for Anorthosis in 2013.

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6-3-84

In The States Allowed a league-low 28 goals allowed throughout 32 games with Miami FC. Led Miami FC 2 and led them to a NPSL championship before joining the Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL). Between the Posts

Vega is tied for third most shutouts in the Western Conference this season with six.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS 2019 (SJ) Career

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MIN 2,160 2,160

SHT SVS 101 66 101 66

GA GAA 36 1.50 36 1.50

W 11 11

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T 5 5

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CHRIS WONDOLOWSKI FORWARD 6-0

DANVILLE, CA 170

1-28-83

How He Joined The Club Acquired via trade with Houston on June 9, 2009. Was originally selected by the Earthquakes in the fourth round (No. 41 overall) of the 2005 MLS Supplemental Draft.

Rewriting the Record Books Ranks at the top of the heap in goals (1st; 153), gamewinning goals (1st; 43), road goals (1st; 71) and goals for one club (1st; 149) among all players in league history.

#WondoWatched His four goals on May 18 catapulted him ahead of Landon Donovan as the league’s all-time leading goal-scorer.

Consistency Is Key Only player in MLS history to score 10+ goals in nine consecutive seasons.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2005 (SJ) 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2006 (HOU) 6 4 198 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2007 (HOU) 16 3 307 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 2008 (HOU) 8 1 125 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 2009 (HOU/SJ) 21 11 1,141 5 2 31 0 4 0 1 0 2010 (SJ) 28 26 2,308 18 1 68 0 3 0 9 0 2011 (SJ) 30 30 2,672 16 3 109 0 3 0 5 0 2012 (SJ) 32 31 2,813 27 7 127 0 3 0 11 0 2013 (SJ) 20 20 2,610 11 3 101 1 5 0 8 0 2014 (SJ) 26 26 2,340 14 4 77 0 2 0 0 1 2015 (SJ) 31 30 2,688 16 2 91 0 3 0 2 1 2016 (SJ) 30 30 2,697 12 3 78 0 0 0 2 0 2017 (SJ) 34 34 3,041 13 8 79 0 3 0 1 5 2018 (SJ) 34 23 2,289 10 5 58 0 3 0 1 1 2019 (SJ) 23 16 1,381 9 1 52 0 3 0 3 0 Career 350 294 26,615 153 40 883 2 34 0 43 8


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JACKSON YUEILL MIDFIELDER 5-10

BLOOMINGTON, MN 194

3-19-97

How He Joined The Club Selected in the first round (No. 6 overall) of the 2017 MLS SuperDraft as a Generation adidas player.

National Team Player Made his USMNT debut in a friendly against Jamaica on June 5, 2019.

Record Holder Set an NCAA record with three assists in 32 minutes on Sept. 5, 2016 in UCLA’s match against the Univ. of Akron.

Turning Heads Yueill received MLS Team of The Week honors three times this season: Week 9, 12 and 19.

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER STATISTICS GP GS MIN G A SHT CK YC RC GWG GWA 2017 (SJ) 13 10 967 0 1 11 6 2 0 0 0 2018 (SJ) 21 15 1,293 0 3 15 6 0 0 0 0 2019 (SJ) 23 20 1,858 2 3 25 26 1 0 0 1 Career 57 45 4,118 2 7 51 38 3 0 0 1


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Francois Affolter Shea Salinas Magnus Eriksson Chris Wondolowski Danny Hoesen Cristian Espinoza Vako Qazaishvili Matt Bersano Jackson Yueill Jimmy Ockford Daniel Vega JT Marcinkowski Siad Haji Anibal Godoy Tommy Thompson Florian Jungwirth Nick Lima Eric Calvillo Marcos Lopez Andrew Tarbell Jacob Akanyirige Harold Cummings Paul Marie Gilbert Fuentes Guram Kashia Cade Cowell Kevin Partida Judson Luis Felipe

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