Top Men’s U.S Soccer Players of all time:

Landon Donovan

Donovan was one of the greatest players to ever put on a U.S.A uniform. He retired from the game at the age of 32 and was the leader in goals and assists for U.S men’s national team, an achievement that should speak for itself. Donovan was a gifted player that was always showed leadership on and off the field. Players admired him for his dedication and work ethic. A memorable moment for Donovan and U.S team came back at the 2010 World Cup. Donovan’s game winning  stoppage-time goal against Algeria led the Americans into the knockout round and became known as one most iconic moments in U.S soccer history.

Clint Dempsey

Clint Dempsey is considered to be one of the best forwards in the game. He is fan favorite because of his never quit attitude. There are not too many people who work harder than Dempsey does. During his tenure with the U.S Men’s National team he as scored 47 goals, but no goal was more important than the goal he scored in the opening round just 39 seconds into matchup against Ghana in the 2014 World Cup. This was fifth fastest goal in World Cup History.  Not too bad, right?

Tim Howard

Tim Howard has enjoyed a successful career as the goalkeeper for the U.S Men’s national team. One of Howard’s most impressive performances came at the 2014 World Cup. During the match between Belgium he recorded a record 16 saves! It was an unbelievable performance and many people across the world were in awe of what he accomplished. He even got a call from the President Obama congratulating him on this awesome achievement. Wow, getting a call from the President himself? Now, that is special.

Brian McBride

McBride was one of the clutchest players to ever play for the U.S Men’s National Team. He made his debut for the team in 1993 and played in 3 World cups (1998, 2002, 2006). He was the first player to score goals at multiple World Cups and his career goal total is 30, which is 4th all time. One of Mcbride’s most famous goals was when we put the Americans ahead against a talented Portugal team. The U.S would win that game and be one most their most iconic moments in history.