Biography of USMNT player Joe Scally who plays his club soccer for Gladbach in the Bundesliga.
Joe Scally moved from MLS to Germany’s Bundesliga and is now a key member of Borussia Moenchengladbach’s squad. The right back quickly adjusted to one of world soccer’s top domestic leagues, spending time with the reserve team in his first season and then playing 30 Bundesliga games the following season. That quickly drew the attention of the USMNT technical staff, with Scally debuting for the United States in 2022 and called into the World Cup squad.
Started in the Nations League game at Grenada on Mar 24. Subbed on against Mexico on Jun 15 and started in the final against Canada on Jun 18. Started against Germany on Oct 14. Subbed on against Trinidad and Tobago on Nov 20.
Debuted against Morocco on Jun 1, subbing in at halftime. Started against Uruguay on Jun 5. Subbed on against Saudi Arabia on Sep 27. Named to the World Cup squad on Nov 9.
Played in 28 games for Gladbach, finishing 10th.
Moved to the first team at Gladbach, playing in 30 games and scoring a goal.
Played the second-half of the season with Gladbach II, making 15 appearances and scoring a goal.
Played in four games with NYCFC, moving to Borussia Moenchengladbach at the end of the season.
Joined NYCFC in Mar, 2018.
Youth and College
Product of NYCFC's academy system, joining when he was 15.