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Which clubs have the most U.S. Men’s Youth National Team Players? (Page 2)

See below for a look at #27-#90 of the youth clubs with the most U.S. Men’s Youth National Team players. Clubs in this range each have one or two players with USYMNT call-ups since the start of 2022.


  • 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 play abroad are also included as well.
  • Of the players that have been called up to represent the USYNT over the past two years, 65 of them are currently signed to Major League Soccer Homegrown Player contracts.
  • College players who had already graduated high school at the time of their call-ups do not count toward their youth club’s total.
  • Although players who earned their first call-up while playing in college are not included on this list, it should be noted that six  players fit into this category.  Duke University (Kamran Acito and Nicholas Pariano), Wake Forest University (Samuel Jones and Roald Mitchell), UNC-Chapel Hill (Sam Williams), and UCLA (Tarun Karunmanchi) all had players called up for the U20 National Team between 2022 and 2023.
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  • Roster data runs through the end of July 2023.

Clubs With 2 USMYNT Players (Since 2022)

FC Barcelona 

Diego Kochen (U17) and Adrian Gill (U17)


Fulham FC 

Alexander Borto (U20) and Devan Tanton (U20)


FC Bayern Munich

Robert Deziel Jr. (U19), Grayson Dettoni (U19)


Nashville SC Academy 

Scott Cheevers (U20) and Charly Dealmonte (U20)


Orange County SC 

Korede Osundina (U17) and Kobi Henry (U20)


Rangers FC 

Alexander Smith (U15) and Tyler Pasnik (U19)


Santa Cruz Breakers FC 

Scott Chavira (U15) and Connor Owen (U15)

Clubs With 1 USMYNT Player (Since 2022)

1. FC Koln 

Damion Downs (U20)


1. FC Union Berlin 

Malick Sanogo (U20)


Atletico de Madrid 

Rodrigo Neri (U19)


FC Augsburg 

Noahkai Banks (U17)


Barca Academy NY 

Dylan Thomas (U15)


Boston Bolts Boston Bolts

Logan Moniz (U15)


BW Gottschee 

Charles DeMarco (U19)


CF Damm 

Lorenzo Oertli (U15)


Chelsea FC 

Gabriel Slonina (U20)

Dominated MLS play for two seasons with the Chicago Fire  before making the jump to Chelsea (he had previously signed a Homegrown Player deal back in March of 2018). Slonina was heavily recruited by both Poland and the United States, before officially declaring that he would represent the Stars and Stripes. In January 2023, he became the youngest player ever to play in goal for the US, helping the side earn a 1-1 draw with Serbia.


Club America

Walter Portales (U19)


Club Brugge KV 

Mauricio Cuevas (U20)


De Anza Force 

Josmar Grandique (U20)


El Paso Locomotive 

Diego Luna (U20)


D’Feeters Kicks Soccer Club

Evrit Fisher (U16)


Eintracht Frankfurt

Aidan Harangi (U16)


FC Cincinnati Academy

Stiven Jimenez (U15)

Unattached (at time of call-up):

Marius Aiyenero (U15), Lionel Gitau (U17), Kristian Fletcher (U20)

Stiven Jimenez


At just 15 years old, Jimenez made his professional debut for FC Cincinnati this season, becoming the fifth youngest player in league history. Although he has represented the United States at the U16 level, he has also trained with the Mexican Youth National Team and has not been cap tied as of July 2023.


RCD Espanyol

Luca Koleosho (U20)


FC Vizela

Alejandro Alvarado Jr. (U20)


HNK Hadjuk Split

Rokas Pusktas (U20)


Hellas Verona 

Inigo Esmanech (U17)


TSG Hoffenheim 

Justin Che (U20)


FC Kaiserslauten 

Montrell Culbreth (U16)


Leicester City 

Zach Booth (U16)


Liverpool FC 

Keyrol Figueroa (U17)


Louisville City SC 

Joshua Wynder (U20)



Axel Perez (U17)


Minnesota United FC Academy

Fred Emmings (U19)


North Carolina FC

Nicholas Holliday (U17)


Oklahoma City Energy FC

Rogelio Esparza Garcia (U15)


Phoenix Rising FC

Donovan Martinez (U15)


PSC Eindhoven

Dante Sealey (U20)


Real SC

Anthony Ramos (U20)


Real Sociedad

Jonathan Gomez (U20)

Gomez had originally signed his first professional contract with Louisville City SC of the USL Championship, eschewing the traditional route of going through MLS (he had previously played in the FC Dallas Youth Academy system). It paid off with Gomez becoming a major contributor for Louisville at the left-back position and him earning the 2021 Young Player of the Year award and a transfer to Real Sociedad. For the United States, he scored the match-winner in their 1-0 win over Ecuador at the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup.


Red Bull Leipzig

Caden Clark (U20)


RISE Soccer Club

Noah Betancourt (U15)


San Antonio FC Pro Academy

Dalziel Ozuna (U15)


San Diego Loyal

Duran Ferree (U17)


Southern Soccer Academy

Kedwin Flores(U15)


South Florida Football Academy

Joshua Grant (U15)


Sporting CP

William Lomdell (U15)


Strikers FC

Robert Jacobs Jr. (U15)


Torino FC

Marcel Ruszel (U15)


Toronto FC Academy

Lazar Stefanovic (U15)


TSF Academy (1)

Maximos Chrisafinis (U15)


Total Futbol Academy

Alvin Gonzalez-Flores (U15)


UE Cornella

Pedro Soma (U17)


Vejle Boldklub

Patrick Bohui (U20)


VFL Wolfsburg

Kevin Paredes (U20)

Kevin Paredes


Worked his way into the fold for Wolfsburg last season, making 22 appearances for the German side. Prior to making sweeping runs down the flanks for The Wolves, Paredes was a Homegrown Player for D.C. United, where he made 41 appearances from 2020-2021. Has represented the United States at the under-20 level, including at the most recent U20 World Cup.

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