The biography of USMNT goalkeeper William Yarbrough who plays his club soccer for the Colorado Rapids in MLS.
William Yarbrough won two titles in Liga MX before moving to MLS as a member of the Colorado Rapids. The son of missionaries, Yarbrough grew up in Aguascalientes, Mexico. After gaining interest from Mexico’s youth setup, Yarbrough eventually chose to represent the USMNT. He made his debut in 2015.
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Started on Nov 11 in the 1-1 draw with New Zealand.
Subbed on against Switzerland in a 1-1 draw on Mar 31. Subbed on against Mexico in a 2-0 win on Apr 15.
Played in all 34 regular season games for Colorado, finishing 10th in the West.
Played in 33 games for the Rapids, winning the Western Conference and exiting in the quarterfinals.
Loaned to Colorado in MLS, playing in 14 games and exiting to Minnesota in the playoffs.
Backup goalkeeper at Leon.
Backup goalkeeper at Leon, runners-up in the Clausura.
Final season as the full-time keeper for Leon.
The regular starter with Leon.
Regular in goal for Leon.
Now a member of Club Leon, winning the 2013 Apertura and the 2014 Clausura.
On loan with Leon playing 9 games.
On loan from Pachuca playing 38 games with Tampico Madero and 21 with Titanes Tulancingo