Brian Rowe

Soccer Player

Brian Rowe was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States on November 16th, 1988 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 34, Brian Rowe biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
November 16, 1988
United States
Place of Birth
Chicago, Illinois, United States
34 years old
Zodiac Sign
Association Football Player
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Brian Rowe Career

Chivas USA selected Rowe in the second round (No. 24 overall) of the 2012 MLS Supplemental Draft. Rowe didn't earn a contract with Chivas USA, but did sign as a MLS League Pool goalkeeper. On March 24, 2012, Rowe was signed to Toronto FC on an emergency basis. He was with the club until the signing of Quillan Roberts on April 10, 2012. In May, he joined the LA Galaxy on an emergency basis. He also appeared in two reserve league matches for the Portland Timbers, and one with the Philadelphia Union.

On July 13, 2012, Rowe signed for Major League Soccer giants LA Galaxy. After signing for the Galaxy, he served as back-up goalkeeper for the 2–0 defeat against Seattle Sounders on May 2, and subsequently in a consecutive 1–0 defeat at home to New York three days later.

On April 27, 2013, he made his debut against Real Salt Lake with first-choice keeper, Carlo Cudicini out with a leg strain and backup keeper Brian Perk just returning from a sports-hernia surgery. His performance earned him a clean-sheet and helped the Galaxy to a 2–0 victory.

On December 15, 2017, Rowe was traded by LA to Vancouver Whitecaps FC in exchange for a second-round pick in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft. Rowe was released by Vancouver at the end of their 2018 season.

After initially training with the team on trial during preseason, Rowe signed a contract with Orlando City on February 22, 2019. He made his debut in the season opener, a 2–2 draw at home to New York City FC. He kept his first clean sheet for the team on March 23 in a 1–0 away win at New York Red Bulls.

Having lost the starting job to offseason recruit Pedro Gallese, Rowe made his first appearance in over a year on October 7, 2020 when Gallese was away an international duty. Rowe kept a clean sheet in a goalless draw away to Atlanta United. On November 21, Orlando played their first MLS playoff game in history against New York City FC. Rowe served as the backup keeper, however the game went to a penalty shootout. After starting keeper Gallese received a yellow card for leaving his goal line early, which resulted in his ejection from the game, as it was his second yellow of the match, Orlando attempted to substitute Rowe into the match. The referees initially allowed the substitution, however, after some deliberation, they ultimately ruled that Orlando was not eligible to make a substitution during a shootout, resulting in defender Rodrigo Schlegel donning the gloves. Orlando went on to win the match after Schlegel saved a penalty in the seventh round of the shootout. Rowe's contract expired at the end of the 2020 season. On May 25, 2021, Rowe announced his retirement from professional soccer.

International career

In January 2017, Rowe was called up to the United States national team.


Ismaila Sarr, David Beckham, Wayne Rooney and Patrick Schick: the best halfway line goals, August 9, 2022
Ismaila Sarr (inset) stunned everyone on Monday night with a sensational goal from his own half to open the scoring against West Brom. After a headed clearance, Sarr trapped the ball dead before shifting it out of his feet and, noting Baggies keeper David Button was off his line, struck a perfect lob from inside his own half and over Button's head into the back of the net. The finish was so good that many pundits and fans said afterwards the Championship's goal of the season award might as well already be given to the Senegal international. But it isn't only Sarr who can summon the spectacular from the halfway line. There have been plenty of jaw-dropping goals from similar range down the years and we salute some of the best here including David Beckham (top right), Patrik Schick (bottom right) and Wayne Rooney (main) who did it three times!