The biography of US Soccer player Alex Bono, who plays his club soccer with DC United.
Caps: 1 | Shutouts: 1
Alex Bono joined Toronto FC as the 6th-pick in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft, he emerged as an option in the 2016 season. By 2017, he had the starting job on an MLS Cup winner, staying with the club through the 2022 season. Bono got his first USMNT call-up during the 2015 January camp and his first minutes against Bolivia in May, 2019. Bono moved to DC United as a free agent for the 2023 MLS season.
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Shutout Bolivia 3-0 on May 28.
In his final season with Toronto, played in 24 games with the club finishing in 13th-place in the East. Signed with DC in December.
Made 24 appearances for Toronto, finishing 13th.
Played in three games for Toronto with the club exiting the playoffs in the opening round.
7 games for Toronto, advancing to MLS Cup.
Played in 27 games for Toronto, missing the playoffs.
The starting goalkeeper for the Supporters' Shield and MLS Cup winners.
Split time with Toronto and Toronto II, eventually making 16 appearances with the senior squad.
Joined Toronto through the SuperDraft, spending most of the season with Toronto II.