Player Details


Danny Musovski




6' 0"


170 lbs

Date of Birth

11.30.1995 (28)


Henderson, NV, USA



Roster Category

Supplemental Slots 21-24
Career Summary


2023 (Real Salt Lake): Made 34 appearances (17 starts), scoring nine goals and adding five assists for RSL in all competitions. Scored two goals and added an assist in RSL’s Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup campaign. Scored a brace against Club León in Leagues Cup.

2022 (Real Salt Lake/LAFC/Las Vegas Lights FC): Joined RSL from LAFC on August 3, 2022, and appeared in three matches for the Utah side. Scored four goals and added one assist in 19 appearances (13 starts) for LAFC. Added one assist in three starts for Las Vegas Lights FC.

2021 (LAFC/Las Vegas Lights FC): Appeared in 25 matches (eight starts) for LAFC in all competitions. Scored four goals and tallied four assists in MLS play. Made 12 appearances (all starts) for Las Vegas Lights FC while on loan, scoring five goals and adding two assists.

2020 (LAFC): Appeared in 17 matches (six starts) for LAFC in 2020. Scored five goals and added one assist in MLS play, including two goals and an assist against Seattle on October 12.

2019 (Reno 1868 FC): Appeared in 25 matches (14 starts) for Reno, scoring 11 goals and adding one assist in regular-season play. Started and played 81 minutes in the club’s Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup match.

2018 (San Jose Earthquakes/Reno 1868 FC): Spent all season on loan with Reno from San Jose, appearing in 19 matches (10 starts) in all competitions. Scored seven goals and added one assist, including a brace and an assist in a substitute appearance in the Second Round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on May 17.


Musovski played four years collegiately at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Scored 15 goals and added six assists in 18 appearances his senior year, winning him Western Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year, an award he also won in 2015. Ended his career at UNLV with 47 goals, winning the WAC tournament in both 2014 and 2016 while being named the tournament’s MVP during both runs to the title. He was also named to the All-WAC First Team every season from 2015-2017.