Player Details


Drew William Moor


6' 0"


165 lbs

Date of Birth

1.15.1984 (40)


Dallas, TX USA



Position Detail

Central Defender

Preferred Side




Roster Category

Career Summary

Acquired: Rejoined the club as a free agent on November 27, 2019 



  • Played 300 minutes in 12 appearances, including one start 
  • Became eighth player (including goalkeepers) in MLS history to reach 400 career MLS appearances on 10/10 
  • Became second player in Rapids history to reach 200 career MLS appearances with the club against New England Revolution on 10/27 


  • Signed one-year contract on 11/27/19  
  • Played 487 minutes in five starts among eight appearances during 18-game regular season  
  • Scored game-winning goal in stoppage time in Home Opener against Orlando City SC on 3/7  
  • Completed 92.77% of passes, which was the second-highest rate of any player in MLS with at least 100 passes in 2020  


  • Signed with Toronto FC as a free agent after the 2015 season. 
  • Spent four seasons with the Reds, making a total of 46 regular season appearances and playing in 12 post-season matches. 
  • Won the Canadian Championship three-consecutive years (2016, 2017, 2018). 
  • Helped Toronto lift the MLS Cup in 2017, where they won on penalty kicks against Atlanta United FC. He started and played all 90 minutes. The squad also won the 2017 Supporters’ Shield. 
  • Was the runner-up in the 2018 CONCACAF Champions League and Campeones Cup. 
  • Co-captained Toronto with Michael Bradley during the 2019 season. 


  • Traded to the Rapids on August 21, 2009 from FC Dallas.  
  • Spent most of his MLS career with the Rapids – playing seven seasons, with the second most regular season appearances (181), starts (180) and minutes played (16,127) in club history. 
  • Scored his first goal with the Rapids on June 5, 2010 against Columbus Crew SC in the 85th minute. 
  • Helped the Rapids lift the MLS Cup in 2010, playing every minute during the post-season campaign. 
  • In 2011, Moor played his 68th consecutive 90-minute MLS game, breaking the MLS record for field players. 
  • Captained the team in 2013, 2014 & 2015. 
  • Named to the MLS All-Star team in 2015. 


  • Drafted by FC Dallas as the sixth overall pick in the 2005 MLS SuperDraft. 
  • Made his MLS debut on April 23, 2005 against RSL at home, coming in as a sub in the 84th minute. 
  • Made his first professional start on June 18, 2005 against LA Galaxy. 
  • Scored his first professional goal against Houston Dynamo (5/6/06). 
  • In 2007, led the team with 28 starts and scored two goals including a game-winner against Colorado Rapids (8/4/07). 
  • Two-time finalist in the US Open Cup (2005, 2007). 


  • Earned five caps for the US men’s national team during his career. 
  • Earned his first cap with the USMNT on July 2, 2007 in the 2007 Copa America tournament against Paraguay. 
  • Played four matches, starting three, with the US in the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship (Now the U-20 World Cup).