2019 Houston Dynamo Roster

Major League Soccer (MLS)
Team Record: 12-18-4 - 40 points
Finishing 10th in MLS's Western Conference
Coach: Wilmer Cabrera (9-13-3)
Coach: Davy Arnaud (3-5-1)
Location: Houston, Texas
Attendance: 266,464, Avg. 15,674 in 17 home dates
2019 Houston Dynamo Statistics

The Houston Dynamo of Major League Soccer ended the 2019 season with a record of 12 wins and 18 losses and 4 ties for 40 points finishing tenth in MLS's Western Conference.

Houston bagged 49 goals and gave up 59. Mauro Manotas scored 13 goals for the Dynamo, while Memo Rodriguez, Christian Ramirez, Tomas Martinez and Alberth Elis each netted five or more also. Alberth Elis contributed 10 assists. Joe Willis topped the squad with 10 wins and a team-best 1.09 goals against average, leading goalkeepers with enough qualifying appearances.

Wilmer Cabrera and Davy Arnaud coached the team.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
DaMarcus BeasleyMMay 24, 19825'9"137Fort Wayne, IN
Eric BirdMApril 8, 19935'11"170Virginia Beach,
Jose BizamaDJune 25, 19945'11"165Curanilahue, Chile
Juan CabezasMFebruary 27, 19916'0"175Cali, Colombia
Darwin CerenMDecember 31, 19895'7"165Quezaltepeque, El Salvador
A.J. DeLaGarzaDNovember 4, 19875'9"150Bryans Road, MD
Tyler DericGAugust 30, 19886'3"188Houston, TX
Chris DuvallDSeptember 10, 19915'10"150Duluth, GA
Alberth ElisFFebruary 12, 19966'0"165San Pedro Sula, Honduras
Maynor FigueroaDMay 2, 19835'11"187Jutiapa, Honduras
Alejandro FuenmayorDAugust 29, 19966'0"Maracaibo, Venezuela
Boniek GarciaMSeptember 4, 19845'9"159Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Kevin GarciaDAugust 21, 19906'2"186New York, NY
Marlon HairstonMMarch 23, 19946'0"157Jackson, MS
Niko HansenMSeptember 13, 19945'10"170Rangers, Denmark
Sam JunquaDNovember 9, 19966'0"170Saratoga, CA
Adam LundkvistDMarch 20, 19945'9"143, Sweden
Mauro ManotasFJuly 15, 19956'0"154Sabanalarga, Colombia
Tomas MartinezMMarch 7, 19955'8"145Beccar, Argentina
Erik McCueDJanuary 18, 20016'3"185Gothenburg, Sweden
Thomas McNamaraMFebruary 6, 19915'9"170West Nyack, NY
Michael NelsonGFebruary 10, 19956'4"180Houston, TX
Ronaldo PenaFMarch 10, 19976'1"172Acarigua, Venezuela
Romell QuiotoFAugust 9, 19915'11"172Balfate, Honduras
Christian RamirezFApril 4, 19916'2"187Garden Grove, CA
Memo RodriguezMDecember 27, 19955'8"142Wharton, TX
Michael SalazarFNovember 15, 19925'11"165New York City, NY
Aljaz StrunaDAugust 4, 19906'2"185Piran, Slovenia
Matias VeraMOctober 26, 19955'7"155Merlo, Argentina
Joe WillisGAugust 10, 19886'5"189St. Louis, MO


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