- Position Forward
- Number 10
- Date of Birth Sep 18 1998
- Hometown Hershey, PA
- Height 5' 7"
- Club Chelsea (England)
NATIONAL TEAM HIGHLIGHTS
- With 21 career goals, the 24-year-old Pulisic heads into the World Cup tied with Bruce Murray for seventh on the USMNT’s all-time scoring chart.
- Is a three-time winner of U.S. Soccer’s Male Player of the Year award, winning in 2017, 2019 and 2021.
- Captained the side and scored the game-winner in extra time to help the USA defeat Mexico 3-2 in the inaugural Concacaf Nations League Final on June 6, 2021 in Denver.
- Appeared in all six matches at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, recording three goals and three assists while garnering Best Young Player and Best XI honors.
- At 20 years, 63 days, became the youngest player to captain the USMNT in an international match in the 1-0 defeat to Italy on Nov. 20, 2018
- Won U.S. Soccer’s Young Male Player of the Year award in 2016.
- Made his USMNT debut in a 4-0 WCQ win against Guatemala on March 29, 2016 in Columbus, in turn becoming the youngest USMNT player to appear in a qualifier at 17 years, 193 days.
- Played in all three matches for the USA at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile.
2022 FIFA WORLD CUP QUALIFYING
- Started 7 of his 10 WCQ appearances and registered a team-best five goals.
- Finished 2022 qualification with 12 career goals in World Cup qualifying, tying him with Eddie Johnson for fourth on the USA’s all-time list.
- Became the sixth USMNT player to record a WCQ hat trick in the 5-1 win vs. Panama on March 27, 2022 in Orlando.
- Scored the game-winning goal in the 2-0 win against Mexico on Nov. 12, 2021 in Cincinnati.
- In the midst of his fourth season with Chelsea, Pulisic followed Clint Dempsey and Brian McBride as the third USMNT player to register 20 goals in the Premier League earlier this season.
- Became the first USMNT player to appear in and win the UEFA Champions League Final, doing so with Chelsea in 2020-21 edition.
- Also won the FIFA Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup with Chelsea in 2021.
- Bought by Chelsea from Borussia Dortmund on January 2, 2019 for a U.S. record $73 million.
- Spent three-and-a-half seasons with Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund from 2016-19, registering 13 goals and 15 assists in 90 league matches.
- At age 17, came off the bench to become the youngest player to play in and win a domestic European cup final, in Dortmund’s 2-1 win vs. Eintracht Frankfurt in the 2017 DFB Pokal Final.
- Prior to his move to Germany, played for U.S. Soccer Development Academy side PA Classics from 2008-2015.
- Son of Mark and Kelley Pulisic, has one older brother (Chase) and one older sister (Dee Dee).
- Parents met while playing collegiate soccer at George Mason University.
- Dad went on to play nine seasons for the Harrisburg Heat in the indoor National Professional Soccer League from 1991-99.
- Counts Luis Figo as his soccer hero growing up.
- Enjoys playing chess and teaching himself how to play the guitar in his free time.
- Speaks fluent German.
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