• Position Goalkeeper
  • Number 1
  • Date of Birth Jun 30 1999
  • Hometown Petaluma, CA
  • Height 6' 2"
  • Club FC Köln (GER)

Player Bio - Brady Scott

U.S. National Teams: Took home the Golden Glove as the best goalkeeper at the Concacaf U-20 Championship, backstopping the U.S. to its second-straight confederation title … Allowed just two goals in six games at the tournament, including shutouts in the qualification stage against Costa Rica and Honduras and the final against Mexico … Also earned tournament Best XI honors … Made his U-20 debut in March 2018 against France … A member of the USA squad at the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup, serving as the U-20s’ third goalkeeper in Korea Republic … Appeared with the U-19 MNT throughout 2016 … Played with the U-18 MNT from 2015-17 … Helped the U-18s to the 2016 Vaclav Jezek tournament title, winning the Golden Glove … Played with the U-16 Boys’ National Team in 2015 … Earned his first Youth National Team call-up with the U-15 BNT in Aug. 2014.

Professional: Signed a three-year deal with German club FC Köln in July 2017 … Returned to the field for Köln II on May 6 after a spell of injury, keeping a clean sheet against Fortuna Düsseldorf II … Started 11 matches for Köln II in 2018 … Started to break in with Köln II during the 2017-18 season, starting five matches … Also played three games for Köln’s U-19 squad during the 2017-18 season.

Youth: Played in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy with De Anza Force … Prior to joining De Anza, played with Marin FC … Also spent time with Sonoma County Alliance … Started playing soccer at age six.

Personal: Full name is Brady Canfield Scott … Also played basketball and tennis growing up … Mom Terri played volleyball for Cal and professionally with Racing Club in Paris … Older sister Riley is an All-American swimmer at the University of Southern California … Loves Mexican food, but has grown to love dark bread and Leberwurst during his time in Germany.