Bio of USMNT player Shaq Moore who plays his club soccer with Nashville in MLS.
Caps: 16 | Goals: 1
Shaq Moore chose the USMNT as a youth player, working through the age groups on his way to the senior squad. At club level, the Bradenton academy product made the move to Spanish soccer. Playing with Huracan, Oviedo, and Levante’s reserve squads, Moore emerged with Segunda B team Tenerife in 2018. That same year, Moore won his first cap with the senior USMNT squad. Moore’s father Wendell made three appearances for Trinidad & Tobago during the 1986 World Cup qualifying cycle. Moore moved to MLS in July, 2022 signing with Nashville SC.
Started against Panama on Mar 27 and subbed on against Costa Rica on Mar 30. Named to the World Cup squad on Nov 9, subbing on against England on Nov 25 and Iran on Nov 29.
Part of the Gold Cup squad, starting against Haiti on Jul 11, Martinique on Jul 15. Started and scored against Canada on Jul 18. Started against Jamaica on Jul 25 and Qatar on Jul 29. Subbed on in the final against Mexico on Aug 1. Subbed on against Jamaica on Oct 7 in Concacaf World Cup qualifying.
Debuted against Ireland on Jun 2 and started against France on Jun 9. Started against Mexico on Sep 11. Subbed on against England on Nov 15 and started against Italy on Nov 20.
A 5th-place finish with Tenerife in the Segunda Division advancing to the promotion final.
Finished 14th with Tenerife. Joined Nashville on Jul 19.
Joined Segunda B club Tenerife, finishing 12th.
Finished 15th with Levante. Spent nine games on loan with Reus during the first-half of the season.
Moved into the senior squad at Levante, finishing 15th in La Liga.
A regular with Levante B.
Joined Huracan in Spain's Segunda division, making six appearances.