Nicolás Lodeiro

Nicolás Lodeiro
Nicolás Lodeiro
Nicolás Lodeiro
Real Name: Nicolás Lodeiro
HT: 5' 7" WT: 152
Designated Player
Age: 31 (03/21/1989)
Birthplace: Paysandú, Uruguay

HOW ACQUIRED: Transferred from Boca Juniors and signed as a Designated Player on July 27, 2016

Lodeiro is an attacking midfielder who played for Argentine giant Boca Juniors, and has been in both 2010 and 2014 Uruguayan World Cup squads. He is crafty, versatile and possesses a tactical savvy that helps open up the field for teammates. His arrival sparked the Sounders 2016 MLS Cup championship run. One of the top playmakers in the league, he helped the Sounders win a second title in 2019.

INTERNATIONAL: A native of Paysandú, Uruguay, Lodeiro appeared for Uruguay in South Africa in 2010 and again in Brazil in 2014, and boasts 48 caps with La Celeste since his debut in 2009. He also won the Copa America title with Uruguay in 2011 and appeared for the team in the Copa America Centenario earlier this summer on U.S. soil.

OUTSIDE MLS: Joins the Sounders after previously playing in four countries and with two of the world’s most storied franchises – he signed with Dutch side Ajax at just 20 years old and most recently suited up for iconic Argentine club Boca Juniors – and with two World Cups under his belt.

NOTES: 2016 MLS Newcomer of the Year.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2020Seattle Sounders FC20207178210401814320
2019Seattle Sounders FC28287250012531845370
2018Seattle Sounders FC27278242816571734730
2017Seattle Sounders FC333372965126719371651
2016Seattle Sounders FC131341170833118550
Career Totals-1211213310845582508313834221
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