Brad Evans

Brad Evans
Brad Evans
Brad Evans
Seattle Sounders FC
Real Name: Brad Evans
HT: 6' 1" WT: 170
Age: 29 (04/20/1985)
Birthplace: Phoenix, AZ
Hometown: Phoenix, AZ


  • Ten appearances and one goal for U.S. National Team in 2013.
  • Second on the team withe five assists and tied-fourth with four goals in 2013.
  • Coach Sigi Schmid: “Brad is a central midfielder with good attacking prowess who likes to get into the box.”

MLS Experience

2013: Made 24 appearances and 21 starts in seventh MLS season while balancing consistent National Team duty. Tied career-high with five assists (second on team) and finished tied-fourth on club with four goals. Matched career-high with 37 shots, set previously in 2008. Scored first-half winner in 2-0 win vs. COL (10/30) in Knockout Round of MLS Cup Playoffs. Recorded assist in 2-1 loss vs. POR (11/2) in Western Conference Semifinals. Scored two goals and two assists in three-game stretch vs. CHV (7/28), vs. DAL (8/3), and at TOR (8/10). Became third player in in club history to appear in 100 regular season games at SJ (7/13). Assisted on Obafemi Martins’ game-winner in 2-0 win vs. DC (7/3). Recorded two assists in 4-2 win vs. DAL (5/18), the first mutli-assist game of his career. Scored first goal of season at RSL (3/30). Converted both penalty kicks of season vs. DAL (8/3) and vs. NY (9/29), making him a perfect seven-for-seven in his career. His 94th minute PK vs. DAL (8/3) is tied for the latest goal in club history. Finished the season with five goals and six assists in 30 appearances across all competitions.

2012:Set career-highs in games played and starts (29) in 2012, scoring four goals and four assists. Named MLS Player of the Week for Week 33 after scoring two goals vs. DAL (10/21) and playing multiple defensive positions vs. RSL (10/17). Converted penalty kick in in 2-0 win vs. HOU (3/23), improving to 5/5 in career. Assisted on Fredy Montero’s goal at NY (7/15) and Eddie Johnson’s goal vs. VAN (8/18). Recorded a goal and an assist in 6-2 win at CHV (8/25). Scored twice in CCL play, including the game-winners vs. Santos Laguna (3/7) and at Marathon (9/19).

2011: Came back from a knee injury to play in 20 games, starting 17. Tied a career high with five goals and set a career high with five assists. Scored career-high two goals and added an assist in win over TOR (8/30). Named to Team of the Week vs. TOR (8/30). Team-best 3-3 on penatlies. Second on team with four game-winning assists. Scored equalizing goal with penatly vs. VAN (9/24) in game that clinched Cascadia Cup.

2010: Made 11 starts in 12 appearances, scoring one goal and recording a career-high three assists. Missed second half of season due to injury. Last match was vs. D.C. (6/10). Only goal was the eventual game-winner in the 12th minute of 2010 MLS First Kick vs. PHI (3/25)

2009: Started 27 of 29 appearances, including all 210 minutes in both playoff games vs. HOU (10/29, 11/8). Played the full 90 minutes in 26 games. Saw most action in central midfield but was also used on the right. Fourth on team in goals with three, including the game-winner in final home game vs. DAL (10/24), and added two assists. All three goals came at home. Scored second goal in franchise history, vs. NY (3/19). Also scored team’s second goal vs. SJ (4/25).

2008: Played in 26 games, starting 18, for the MLS Cup champions. Started and played the full 90 minutes in all four playoff games for Columbus. Scored the game-winning goal in 2-0 semifinal second leg win over Kansas City (11/8). Scored five goals and added one assist during regular season, finishing fourth on team in scoring. The first goal of his MLS career was the  game-winner at San Jose (5/10).

2007: Selected in the second round of the SuperDraft (15th overall) by Columbus. Appeared in four games, starting one. Made first career start at New York (5/19). Made MLS and Crew debut vs. New York (4/7). Started all four reserve division appearances.

International Experience

Earned 16 caps with senior U.S. National Team. Became the regular at right back for USMNT in 2014 World Cup Qualifying, starting nine of 10 appearances and logging 774 minutes in 2013. Scored the latest game-winner in USMNT qualifying history with 92nd minute goal in 2-1 win at Jamaica (6/7). First three caps came during the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup. Made USA debut in Seattle as a substitute vs. Grenada (7/4) and made first start, at right back, vs. Haiti in Philadelphia (7/12). Last call in was for the February 2010 friendly with El Salvador, playing the full 90 minutes at right fullback. Member of U.S. U-20 National Team, coached by Sigi Schmid, that finished 11th at the 2005 World Youth Championships in Holland.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2014Seattle Sounders FC26220189658228140
2013Seattle Sounders FC2421417615371122730
2012Seattle Sounders FC2929423714351318220
2011Seattle Sounders FC201751509532913120
2010Seattle Sounders FC1211196531887510
2009Seattle Sounders FC272532294219824250
2008Columbus Crew2618517561371312231
2007Columbus Crew4101081211000
Career Totals-1681442212660261886512520201
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