2017 Seattle Sounders FC Roster

Major League Soccer (MLS)
Team Record: 14-9-11 - 53 points
Finishing 2nd in MLS's Western Conference
Postseason: 3-1-1
Lost MLS Cup
Coach: Sigi Schmid (14-9-11)
Location: Seattle, Washington
Attendance: 742,314, Avg. 43,666 in 17 home dates
2017 Seattle Sounders FC Statistics

The Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer ended the 2017 season with a record of 14 wins and 9 losses and 11 ties for 53 points finishing second in MLS's Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 3-1-1.

The Sounders FC scored 52 goals and gave up 39. Clint Dempsey netted 12 goals for Seattle, while Cristian Roldan, Nicolas Lodeiro and Will Bruin each tallied five or more also. Nicolas Lodeiro recorded 12 assists. Stefan Frei topped the squad with 13 wins and a team-best 0.73 goals against average, pacing qualifying goalkeepers.

Sigi Schmid coached the team. The 2017 Seattle Sounders FC lost in the MLS Cup.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Seyi AdekoyaFDecember 5, 19955'11"170Seattle, WA
Tony AlfaroDJune 15, 19936'2"190Santa Barbara, CA Mexico
Osvaldo AlonsoMNovember 11, 19855'11"165San Cristobal, Cuba
Will BruinFOctober 24, 19896'2"194St. Louis, MO
Jordy DelemMMarch 18, 19935'11"156Fort-de-France, Martinique
Clint DempseyMMarch 9, 19836'1"170Nacogdoches, TX
Brad EvansMApril 20, 19856'1"160Phoenix, AZ
Alvaro FernandezMOctober 11, 19856'1"159Soriano, Uruguay
Oniel FisherDNovember 22, 19915'9"155Portmore, Jamaica
Stefan FreiGApril 20, 19866'3"195Altstaetten, Switzerland
Joevin JonesDAugust 3, 19915'8"160Carenage, Trinidad and Tobago
Aaron KovarMAugust 14, 19935'10"155Seattle, WA
Kelvin LeerdamDJune 24, 19905'10"154Paramibo, Suriname
Nicolas LodeiroMMarch 21, 19895'7"152Paysanda, Uruguay
Calum MallaceDJanuary 10, 19906'2"175Torphichen, Scotland
Victor MansarayFFebruary 22, 19975'11"180Freetown, Sierra Leone
Chad MarshallDAugust 22, 19846'4"190Riverside, CA
Zach MathersMApril 14, 19945'11"172Fort Worth, TX
Bryan MeredithGAugust 2, 19896'2"195Scotch Plains, NJ
Tyler MillerGMarch 12, 19936'4"195Woodbury, NJ
Jordan MorrisM-FOctober 26, 19945'11"185Seattle, WA
Lamar NeagleMMay 7, 19875'11"160Tacoma, WA
Victor RodriguezMJuly 23, 19895'7"154Sabadell, Spain
Cristian RoldanMJune 3, 19955'8"165Artesia, CA
Harry ShippFNovember 7, 19915'9"145Lake Forest, IL
Gustav SvenssonDFebruary 7, 19876'0"155Gothenburg, Sweden
Nouhou ToloDJune 23, 19975'10"175Douala, Cameroon
Roman TorresDMarch 20, 19866'2"195Panama City, Panama
Henry WingoMOctober 4, 19956'0"170Seattle, WA


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