Biography of USMNT player Tim Ream who plays for England's Fulham in the Championship.
Caps: 55 | Goals: 1
Tim Ream attended St. Louis University and was drafted in the second round and 18th overall in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft by the New York Red Bulls. He went on to start in all 30 regular-season games for the Red Bulls and a finalist for MLS Rookie of the Year honors. During Ream’s second season, he played and started in 28 of 34 matches for the Red Bulls during the regular season, missing six games largely because of US call-ups during the 2011 Gold Cup.
Tim left MLS for Europe for the second-half of the 2011-12 season, signing with Bolton. Ream became a regular in the lineup winning back-to-back team player of the year honors. In August, 2015 he transferred to Fulham.
Started against El Salvador on Mar 27. Started against Uzbekistan on Sep 9. Started against Germany on Oct 14. Started against Trinidad and Tobago in the Nations League on Nov 16. Started against Trinidad and Tobago on Nov 20.
Named to the World Cup squad on Nov 9. Started against Wales on Nov 21, England on Nov 25, and Iran on Nov 29. Started against the Netherlands in the round of 16 on Dec 3.
Started against Northern Ireland on Mar 28. Subbed on against Switzerland on May 30. Started in the Nations League final against Mexico on Jun 6. Started against Costa Rica on June 9. Started against El Salvador on Sep 2 in Concacaf World Cup qualifying.
Started against Panama on Nov 16.
Started against Ecuador on Mar 21 and Chile on Mar 26. Started against Jamaica on Jun 5. Named to the Gold Cup roster. Started against Venezuela on Jun 9. Started against Guyana on Jun 18 and Trinidad and Tobago on Jun 22. Started against Curacao on Jun 30 and Jamaica on Jul 3. Started against Mexico in the 2019 Gold Cup final. Started against Uruguay on Sep 10. Started against Cuba in the Nations League on Oct 11. Started against Canada in the Nations League on Oct 15 and Nov 15. Started against Cuba on Nov 19.
Subbed on against Honduras in World Cup qualifying on Mar 24 and against Panama in the WCQ on Mar 28. Subbed on against Venezuela on Jun 3. In the starting lineup for the Sep 1 qualifier against Costa Rica.
Started against Puerto Rico on May 22 and scored his first goal for the USMNT. Started against Mexico on Jun 11.
Subbed on in the second-half against Switzerland on Mar 31 and against Guatemala on Jul 3. Started the second game of the Gold Cup group stage against Haiti on Jul 10 and against Panama in the 3rd-place game on Jul 25. Started the Sep 5 friendly against Peru and the Sep 8 friendly against Brazil. Started against Costa Rica on Oct 13. Started the World Cup qualifier against St Vincent and the Grenadines on Nov 13 and against Trinidad & Tobago on Nov 18.
Subbed on for the second-half in the Sep 3 friendly against the Czech Republic and again against Honduras on Oct 14. Subbed on in the second-half against Ireland on Nov 18.
Named to 2011 Gold Cup team.
Made US debut in November, 2010 in a friendly against South Africa.
Played in 33 games for Fulham, finishing 10th.
Won the Championship and promotion to the Premier League. Made 46 league appearances.
Relegated with Fulham, captaining the side in their final game of the season.
Played in 44 games for Fulham winning promotion to the Premier League.
Finished 19th in the Premier League with Fulham.
Advanced to the final of the Championship playoffs after finishing 3rd.
Made the Championship playoffs with Fulham, finishing 6th.
Transferred to Fulham in August finishing 20th.
Another standout season for Bolton in the Championship, once again named player of the season. Bolton finished 18th.
Played in 42 games after establishing himself as the regular left back for Bolton. Named Bolton's player of the season. Finished 14th in the Championship.
Stayed a regular in Bolton's starting lineup for a club that finished 7th in the Championship.
A regular in the lineup for the Red Bulls. Completed a transfer to Bolton midway through the Premier League season where he quickly established himself as a regular.
Played in every game for the New York Red Bulls, making 30 appearances. Named a finalist for the MLS Rookie of the Year award and voted the club’s Defender of the Year.