Bio of USMNT player Daryl Dike who plays his club soccer with West Bromwich Albion in the Championship.
Caps: 10 | Goals: 3
Daryl Dike burst onto the USMNT scene in 2021, making eight appearances and scoring three goals, including a brace in the 6-1 victory over Martinique in the group stage of the Gold Cup, which the US would go on to win. The Oklahoma native also thrived on a loan stint with English Championship side Barnsley that year following a promising rookie season in MLS with Orlando City. He signed with West Bromwich Albion in January 2022.
Earned caps in Concacaf Nations League victories over Grenada on March 24 and El Salvador on March 27, starting the latter, before being sidelined by an Achilles injury.
Did not appear for the USMNT after sustaining a serious hamstring injury in his second West Brom match in January.
Made his USMNT debut off the bench against Trinidad and Tobago on Jan. 31. Played against Northern Ireland on March 28. Started and scored his first international goal against Costa Rica on June 9. Appeared in the opening Gold Cup match against Haiti and started against Martinique, scoring two goals. Also started Gold Cup matches against Canada, Jamaica and Qatar.
Returned from a hamstring injury in November and scored seven goals and one assist for West Brom in 25 first-team appearances for the Baggies before suffering a season-ending Achilles injury in April.
Completed a permanent transfer from Orlando City to West Brom in January 2022 before suffering a season-ending hamstring injury in his second appearance for the Baggies.
Joined Barnsley FC on loan in January and paced a push into the Championship promotion playoffs with nine goals in 22 matches for the Tykes. Returned to Orlando City in June and scored 10 goals and one assist to help the Lions finish in 6th place in the Eastern Conference and qualify for the MLS Cup Playoffs, where he scored their only goal in a first-round loss to Nashville SC. Ranked second on MLSsoccer.com's annual MLS 22 Under 22 list.
Selected by Orlando City with the fifth overall pick in the MLS SuperDraft, having signed a Generation adidas contract after leading the University of Virginia in both goals and assists as the Cavaliers reached the final of the 2019 NCAA College Cup. Made his professional debut against Montreal on July 25 during the MLS Is Back tournament and helped Orlando reach the championship final. Scored 8 goals and 4 assists in 17 MLS appearances as the Lions finished fourth in the Eastern Conference and qualified for the MLS Cup Playoffs, where they defeated New York City FC in the first round before falling to New England in the conference semifinals.
Youth and College
Played for Oklahoma FC, OKC Energy U23s and the University of Virginia.