- Position: Midfielder
- Date of Birth: 12/14/1993
- Pro Team: Orlando City
- Height: 5'9"
- Weight: 160
- Caps: 2
Luis Gil attended the IMG Soccer Academy and started his USMNT career with the U-17 squad. Joining MLS through a weighted lottery, Kansas City picked and then traded him to Real Salt Lake prior to the start of the 2010 season. By 2013, he won the starting job becoming a crucial part of a strong Real Salt Lake team. Gill moved to Queretaro in Liga MX in 2016. He joined Orlando City in 2017.
"Yes, I could have signed with Arsenal, but decided to come to Major League Soccer. I have faith in MLS and the coaches here that they will try and help me develop as a player. Since I’ve joined Real Salt Lake the whole coaching staff has been doing a terrific job, in my opinion, of trying to make me the best player I can be." from 10 Questions with Luis Gil.
2015: Subbed on in the second-half against Panama on Feb 8.
2014: After spending several years in the USMNT youth teams, called into the senior squad for the January camp and played against Korea on Feb 1.
2017: Returned to MLS with Orlando City. Traded to Colorado in Aug.
2016: Joined Queretaro in Liga MX.
2015: Played in nine games in his final season in Salt Lake.
2014: Played in 26 games with RSL.
2013: Started 24 of 30 games with Real Salt Lake scoring 5 goals.
2012: Played in 29 games, starting 19 with 1 goal.
2011: Made his MLS debut with RSL, playing in 25 games, starting 14 with 2 goals.
2010: Kansas City won Gil's MLS rights in a weighted lottery on Feb 22, trading them to Real Salt Lake. Gil played on loan to A.C. St Louis.