- Position: Forward
- Date of Birth: 11/23/1992
- Pro Team: Birmingham Legion
- Height: 6' 1"
- Caps: 28
- Goals: 3
Juan Agudelo burst onto the National Team scene in a way that immediately endeared him to US soccer fans. He scored in his first full international appearance. In just a few months, Juan has become a hot topic in American soccer circles, building off his strong showing at youth National Team and Major League Soccer levels. On May 17th, 2012 he was traded to Chivas USA. He moved to New England a year later. In January of 2014 he joined Stoke City and was immediately loaned to FC Utrecht. He rejoined New England in January 2015, moving to Inter Miami by way of Toronto in the 2020 offseason. Agudelo joined Minnesota as a free agent for the 2021 MLS season, moving to the Birmingham Legion in the USL Championship for the 2022 season.
2018: Subbed on against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Jan 28.
2017: Subbed on against Serbia on Jan 29 and started against Jamaica on Feb 3. Subbed on against Panama in the Gold Cup on Jul 8. Started against Martinique on Jun 12 and subbed on against Nicaragua on Jul 15. Started against Portugal on Nov 14.
2015: Subbed on against Mexico on Apr 15 and scored the second goal in a 2-0 win. Started against Germany on Jun 10. Subbed on against New Zealand on Oct 11.
2014: Subbed on in the second-half against Ukraine.
2013: Subbed on in the second-half against Canada on Jan 29th.
2012: Subbed on against Russia in the second-half on March 14th.
2011: Won his second cap against Chile on Jan 22nd. After coming on at halftime, he equalized against Argentina on March 26th. Argentina were ranked 4th in the World at the time. Came on as an early substitute in the first-half against Jamaica on June 19th in the Gold Cup.
2010: Debuted against South Africa in Cape Town on November 22nd, where he scored the game’s only goal for a 1-0 win.
2022: Moved to the Birmingham Legion in the USL Championship.
2021: Joined Minnesota United in March.
2020: Made the playoffs with Inter, exiting in the play-in round. Became a free agent at the end of the season.
2019: 7th-place with New England, exiting the playoffs in the opening round. Selected by Toronto in the re-entry draft in December, later traded to Inter Miami.
2018: Finished 8th with the Revs missing the playoffs.
2017: Missed the playoffs with New England.
2016: Finished 7th in the East with the Revs, missing the playoffs.
2015: Joined New England for the 2015 MLS season.
2014: Signed with Stoke City in January, going on loan to FC Utrecht. Finished 10th in the Eredivisie with Utrecht. Unable to join Stoke City over work permit issues, with the Premier League club releasing him over the summer.
2013: Traded to New England on May 7th.
2012: Moved to Chivas USA in a May trade.
2011: Expected to be a regular in New York’s starting eleven, he started the season with a game-winning goal.
2010: Signed with the Red Bulls and made three appearances scoring a goal.
2009: Played with Millionarios’s youth squad in his native Colombia (Juan moved to the US when he was 8).
Youth: A member of the New York Red Bulls’ academy system and a member of the USA’s U-17 and U-21 squads.