Landon Donovan is considered one of the greatest U.S. soccer players in history, and has contributed to FOX Sports’ premier soccer coverage across various properties since debuting on the network’s Copa America Centenario presentation in 2016. Since then, he’s been an analyst with FOX Sports across multiple FIFA World Cup™ competitions, UEFA, Concacaf, CONMEBOL tournaments and more.

Donovan’s decorated and celebrated career as an American soccer icon featured three FIFA World Cup™ appearances as a player for the U.S. and countless memorable goals. He retired from the game in 2018 tied with former teammate Clint Dempsey for the title of all-time leading scorer in USMNT history with 57 goals. He is the only American player to surpass both 50 goals and 50 assists in his career and was the fastest American to earn 100 caps. His individual awards include the only American to win the Golden Ball Award, FIFA’s Best Young Player of the World Cup in 2002, the CONCACAF Gold Cup MVP in 2013, the Gold Cup Best XI four times and U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year a record four times.

His club career highlights included stints at Bayer Leverkusen (Bundesliga), Everton (Premier League) and Club León (Liga MX), but he found his greatest success at home in Major League Soccer. Donovan made a splash from 2001 – 2003 with the San Jose Earthquakes, but his play with the LA Galaxy made him a club legend. Over 247 appearances with the Galaxy, he netted 112 goals and led the team to four MLS Cups, two Supporters Shields and the 2005 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. In recognition to his contributions to the league and soccer in U.S., MLS renamed its Most Valuable Player award after him in 2015.

Donovan currently serves as Executive Vice President and Manager for the San Diego Loyal (USL).