- Position: Forward
- Date of Birth: 11/15/1992
- Pro Team: New England
- Height: 5'10"
- Caps: 44
- Goals: 12
Bobby Wood rose through the ranks of the USMNT program after moving to Germany as a teenager to play for 1860 Munich. Establishing himself in the 2.Bundesliga, the Hawaii native made 50 appearances for 1860 Munich before a 2015 move to Union Berlin. He debuted for the full USMNT on August 14, 2013 in an international friendly against Bosnia and Herzegovina. Wood scored his first USMNT goal against the Netherlands at Amsterdam ArenA on June 5, 2015 and scored again against Germany on June 10. Wood moved from Union Berlin to Hamburg following the 2015-16 season. He went on loan to Hannover for the 2018-19 season, returning to Hamburg for 2019-20. Wood joined Real Salt Lake midway through the 2021 MLS season.
2018: Started the Mar 27 friendly against Paraguay. Started and scored in the Jun 2 friendly against Ireland. Started against France on Jun 9. Started against Brazil on Sep 7 and subbed on against Mexico on Sep 11. Started against Colombia on Oct 11. Subbed on against Peru on Oct 16. Started against England on Nov 15 and subbed on against Italy on Nov 20.
2017: Started in the friendly against Venezuela on Jun 3. Subbed on against Trinidad & Tobago in the Jun 8 World Cup qualifier. Started against Mexico on Jun 11. In the starting lineup for the Sep 1 qualifier against Costa Rica. Subbed on against Honduras on Sep 5 and scored. Started the World Cup qualifier against Panama on Oct 6 and scored. Started against Trinidad & Tobago on Oct 10.
2016: Started the World Cup qualifiers against Guatemala on Mar 25 and 29. Started against Puerto Rico on May 22 and scored. Started against Ecuador on May 25. Started against Bolivia on May 28 and scored in the 4-0 win. Started in the Copa Centenario opener against Colombia on Jun 4 and against Costa Rica on Jun 7. Scored against Costa Rica. Started against Paraguay on Jun 11. Started against Ecuador in the Copa Centenario quarterfinals on Jun 16. Started against Colombia in the 3rd-place game on Jun 25. Started the World Cup qualifier against St Vincent and the Grenadines on Sep 2 and scored. Started against Trinidad & Tobago on Sep 6 and Cuba on Oct 7. Started against Mexico on Nov 11 and scored. Started against Costa Rica on Nov 15.
2015: Started against Chile on Jan 28. Played and scored in the win over the Netherlands on Jun 5 and Germany on Jun 10. Started against Peru on Sep 10 and subbed on at halftime against Brazil on Sep 8. Subbed on in extra time and scored against Mexico in the CONCACAF Cup on Oct 10. Subbed on against Costa Rica on Oct 13. Started the World Cup qualifier against St Vincent and the Grenadines on Nov 13 and scored. Subbed on against Trinidad & Tobago on Nov 17.
2014: Subbed on against Ecuador on Oct 10.
2013: Debuted against Bosnia & Herzegovina on Aug 14.
2022: Finished 7th with RSL. Following the season, moved to New England in November through the re-entry draft.
2020-21: Played in 16 games for Hannover, joining Real Salt Lake in June and finishing 7th. RSL went on a playoff run, advancing to the Western Conference final.
2019-20: Returned to Hamburg in the 2.Bundesliga playing in six games.
2018-19: Joined Hannover 96 on loan finishing in 17th-place in the Bundesliga.
2017-18: Finished in 17th-place with Hamburg, relegated to the 2.Bundesliga.
2016:17: Joined Hamburg in the Bundesliga, finishing 14th.
2015-16: Moved to Union Berlin in the 2.Bundesliga. Finished in 6th-place, leading the 2.Bundesliga in scoring. Announced immediately following the season that he’d signed a four-year deal with Bundesliga club Hamburg.
2014-15: After six games with 1860, loaned to Erzgebirge Aue where Wood made nine appearances and scored three goals in the 2.Bundesliga.
2013-14: Emerging as a regular at 1860, Wood played 21 games in the 2.Bundesliga. 1860 finished 7th.
2012-13: 15 games with 1860 and three goals, finishing in 6th-place finish.
2011-12: Played three games with 1860, finishing 6th.
2010-11: Debuted with 1860’s senior squad in the 2.Bundesliga on Oct 14, eventually playing five games and finishing in 9th-place.
2009-10: Signed with Germany’s 1860 Munich after playing youth soccer in California, playing for 1860 Munich’s reserves.