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Which Clubs Have The Most USMYNT Players? (June 2023-June 2024) (Page 2)

In the second part of our series looking at the roster composition of the U.S. Youth National Team system, SoccerWire has published a full breakdown of the youth men’s program.

Similar to our reporting with the U.S. Women’s Youth National Team program, SoccerWire has accumulated all of the USMYNT rosters from June 2023 to June 1, 2024 to see which clubs have had the most success in getting players called up. The data includes players from the U14-U23 teams.

Of the 85 clubs around the world that have had at least one USMYNT  player call-up, the Los Angeles Galaxy lead all teams with 18 call-ups. Chicago Fire FC, Los Angeles FC, and New York Red Bulls follow closely behind with 16 players each having received a call-up in the last year. Rounding out the top five is the Philadelphia Union (15) both of whom have marked success in terms of getting their Academy players call-ups and on the field in MLS NEXT play.


  • Only National Camps – featuring players from all over the country training at a central location – are eligible for inclusion.
  • Regional ID Camps – exclusively featuring players from a single region – are not included.
  • Players are counted as members of clubs that they were with at the time of each call-up. If they have since moved to a different club, they are still counted on the club that they were on at the time of roster selection.
  • Players who had previously signed Homegrown Contracts prior to their first appearance are included.
  • Players who represent international clubs are included as well.
  • College players who had already graduated high school at the time of their call-ups do not count toward their youth club’s total.
  • Of the players that have been called up to represent the USYNT over the past year, 70 of them are currently signed to Major League Soccer Homegrown Player contracts or previously had signed HGP contracts.
  • In addition to playing for the USMYNT, 19 players have also gone on to play for the senior USMNT. Those players are in bold below next to their corresponding team.
  • Players from both the Pan-American Games and the Olympic qualifiers and friendlies were included with the exception of players over the age of 23.
  • Although players who earned their first call-up while playing in college are not included on this list, it should be noted that one players does fit into this category. Duke University (Julian Eyestone)
  • Roster data runs through June 5, 2024.

Clubs With 2 USMYNT Players (Since June 2023)

Borussia Dortmund

Jack Mize (U16), Cole Campbell (U19)


Eintracht Frankfurt

Aidan Harangi (U16), Paxten Aaronson (U23)


KVC Westerlo

Griffin Yow (U23), Bryan Reynolds (U23)


Portland Timbers Academy 

Aric Mata (U14), Tega Ikoba (U22)


San Diego Surf

Adriel Duarte (U14), Fabian Ortega Chavez (U14)


St. Louis Scott Gallagher

Owen Jorgenson (U14), Sam Anderson (U14)


Venezia FC

Gianluca Busio (U23), Tanner Tessman (U23)

Clubs With 1 USMYNT Player (Since June 2023)

AFC Lightning 

Evan Coffing (U14)


Ajax FC 

Xander Newstead (U15)


Atletico de Madrid 

Rodrigo Neri (U22)


FC Augsburg 

Noahkai Banks (U19)


Bavarian United SC

Chato Cerda (U14)


Birmingham Legion FC 

Matthew Corcoran (U17)


Boston Bolts Boston Bolts

William Recupero (U15)


Bradford City AFC Bradford City AFC

Jonathan Tomkinson (U23)



Brighton and Hove Albion Brighton and Hove Albion

Darius Lane (U17)


CF Montreal CF Montreal

George Campbell (U23)


Chelsea FC 

Landon Emelano (U16)


Chicago FC United

Gerardo Gonzalez (U14)


Concorde Fire Concorde Fire

Noah Santillan (U14)


Cuyahoga Valley Soccer Academy

Richmond Luong (U14)


Eintracht Brauschweig

Johan Gomez (U23)


FC Utrecht

Taylor Booth (U23)


FC Utrecht

Diego Kochen (U17)


Florida Kraze Krush 

Hector Sanchez-Aguirre (U14)


Gwinnett Soccer AcademyGwinnett Soccer Academy

Cayden Pierre (U14)

Hawaii Rush

Jeremiah Antonio Makinanon (U14)


HNK Hadjuk Split

Rokas Pusktas (U23)


Holstein Kiel

Nico Carrera (U20)

Houston Rangers

Landon Diaz (U14)


Hull City

Vaughn Covil (U22)


KAS Eupen

Gaga Slonina (U23)


La Roca FC

Juan Miguel Cardenas (U14)


Las Vegas Sports Academy

Anthony Riley (U14)


Liverpool FC 

Keyrol Figueroa (U17)



Axel Perez (U17)


Memphis 901 FC

Nighte Pickering (U19)


North Texas SC

JD Adigun (U14)

Minnesota United FC Academy

Hector Ruiz (U14)


North Carolina FC

Kevin Howard (U15)


Oklahoma City Energy FC

Zeth Garcia (U14)


Orange County SC

Bryce Jamison (U17)


Parma Calcio 1913

Diego Rossi (U19)


Pride SC

Caetano Sende (U14)


Real Colorado

Ari Hazak (U14)


Real Madrid CF

Manuel Romero (U15)


San Antonio FC Pro Academy

Landry Walker (U15)


San Diego Loyal

Duran Ferree (U17)



SC Freiburg

Drew Murray (U19)


Sparta Rotterdam

Agustin Anello (U23)


Sporting Columbus

Jayden Gandu (U14)


SpVgg Greuther Freuth

Maximilian Dietz (U23)

Strikers FC-Irvine

Dorian Davis (U14)


Supreme FC

Jackson Gordon (U14)

SV Werder Bremen

Ethan Kohler (U19)

Total Futbol Academy

Abraham Prado (U14)

UE Cornella

Pedro Soma (U19)


VFL Wolfsburg

Kevin Paredes (U23)


Vitoria SC Guimaraes

Marcos Zambrano (U19)

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