Retired following 2019 season.
Perhaps the best goalkeeper in MLS history, Rimando became the first goalkeeper in Major League Soccer history to reach 200 wins when he helped RSL claim a 3-2 home victory over his former side - D.C. United last year. Rimando finished the 2018 season having made 103 saves to earn seven shutouts. He’s a great shot-stopper, commands his box, and is an absolute legend when it comes to stopping penalty kicks. He announced 2019 will be in his final season in the net.
INTERNATIONAL: A member of the US national team at the 2014 World Cup, Rimando has 22 career caps with the USMNT, including major tournaments like the Gold Cup and FIFA World Cup.
COLLEGE: Rimando played two years at UCLA, leading the Bruins to the College Cup title during his freshman year in 1997.