The biography of US National Team soccer player Brad Evans who played his club soccer for several MLS teams.
Caps: 27 | Goals: 1
An offensive-minded midfielder, Brad became a regular at club level with Seattle and an MLS Cup winner with Columbus. He was part of the Under-20 World Cup squad in 2005, where he played right back. Under USMNT coach Jurgen Klinsmann, Brad Evans quickly turned into a major player. By 2014, he was a regular in the squad and surprised nobody by making the USMNT 2014 World Cup roster. Evans moved to Sporting Kansas City for the 2018 MLS season, retiring on Dec 17.
College: A four-year member of the UC-Irvine Anteaters, scoring 31 goals.
Started against Iceland on Jan 31 and subbed on against Jamaica on Feb 3.
Subbed on against Mexico on Apr 15. Subbed on against Germany on Jun 10. Subbed on against Honduras in the Gold Cup opening game on Jul 8. Moved into the starting eleven for the next Gold Cup game against Haiti on Jul 10. Subbed on for the second-half against Cuba in the Gold Cup quarterfinals on Jul 18. Started the Gold Cup semifinal against Jamaica on Jul 22. Subbed on in extra time in the Confederations Cup playoff game against Mexico on Oct 10. Started against Costa Rica on Oct 13.
Started against Korea on Feb 1. Named to the provisional World Cup roster.
Started against Canada on Jan 29th and Germany on Jun 2nd. Started against Jamaica in the Jun 7 World Cup Qualifier scoring the stoppage time winner. Started against Panama on Jun 11 and Honduras on June 18. Started against Bosnia and Herzegovina on Aug 14th. Started against Jamaica on October 11 and Panama on Oct 15. Started against Scotland on Nov 15.
Subbed on in the Jan 21st game against Venezuela and the Jan 25th game against Panama.
Played against El Salvador on Feb 24th.
Part of the Gold Cup squad where he was used as a defender. Won his first cap in front of home club fans in Seattle on July 4th.
Joined Sporting Kansas City on Feb 20.
Finished his career as a member of Sporting Kansas City.
Once again finished runner-up with Seattle at MLS Cup.
Supporters' Shield winner with Seattle, finishing MLS Cup runner-up.
Finished 4th in the West with Seattle, advancing to the conference semifinals.
Played in 26 games with Seattle, winning the Supporters' Shield and making the conference finals. Won the US Open Cup.
Played in 24 games with the Sounders, scoring four goals and making the conference semifinals.
Had 29 appearances with Seattle, making the Western Conference finals.
Started 17 of 20 games and scored five times.
Played in 12 games and scored once.
Played in 27 games, starting 25 and scoring three goals. Won the US Open Cup.
Established himself as a regular with Columbus, winning the Supporters' Shield and the MLS Cup.
Joined the Columbus Crew where he played in four games. Left unprotected in the expansion draft where he was picked up by Seattle.