A promising forward with speed and strength, Teal Bunbury earned his first call-up to the U.S. National Team after a solid rookie season in 2010 with Sporting Kansas City. Age-eligible for the 2012 Olympic Games, he continues to build his young career heading into his third season as a professional. He has transitioned his successful rookie year at Kansas City into an even more successful second year, becoming a regular starter and setting career highs across the board.
- Scored his first international goal in the 1-1 tie with Chile on Jan. 22, 2011
- Made his first appearance for any U.S. National team when he came on as a sub in the USA's 1-0 victory against South Africa on Nov. 17, 2010, in the Nelson Mandela Challenge
- Appeared in 26 games for Sporting Kansas City, scoring five goals and grabbing two assists in his first season as a professional; notched nine goals and three assists in 29 games in his second season
- Won the Hermann Trophy award in 2009 as the nation’s top college soccer player while at Akron