Atlanta United FC, which is also known as Atlanta United, is an American professional soccer club situated in Atlanta that contends in Major League Soccer (MLS) as an individual from the association’s Eastern Conference. They are the latest champ of the U.S. Open Cup.
Established in the year 2014, Atlanta United started playing as an MLS extension group in 2017, as the twenty-second group in the association. It is the primary MLS establishment to be situated in Atlanta, and the club plays home games at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which they share with the city’s National Football League (NFL) establishment, the Atlanta Falcons.
Atlanta has established a few association standards for most noteworthy single-match and normal participation. In 2021, Sportivo assessed the club as the second most important in the association, worth roughly $845 million.
At the time the group was declared, Atlanta was the biggest metropolitan region without an MLS franchise. Atlanta Falcons proprietor Arthur Blank’s AMB Sports and Entertainment Group presented an offer for a development establishment in 2008.
Yet pulled out the bid in mid 2009 because of state and neighborhood government spending plan setbacks and Blank’s powerlessness to track down accomplices to construct a fitting arena for the proposed group.
Atlanta United Current History and Information
|Team||Atlanta United Football Team|
|Full Name||Atlanta United FC|
|Nickname||The Five Stripes|
|Short name||ALT UTD|
|Est.||16 April, 2014|
|Stadium||Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, U.S|
|Head Coach||Gonzalo Pineda|
Atlanta United Roster
|Goalkeeper||Brad Guzan, Raul Gudino, Dylan Castanheira, Justin Garces, Rocco Rios Novo.|
|Defenders||Ronald Hernandez, Alex DeJohn, Alan Franco, Brooks Lennon, Miles Robinson, Andrew Gutman, Juan Sanchez Purata, Caleb Wiley, Bryce Washington, George Campbell, Mikey Ambrose, Efrain Morales.|
|Midfielders||Santiago Sosa, Thiago Almada, Matheus Moreno, Marcelino Moreno, Amar Sejdic, Franco Ibarra, Osvaldo Alonso, Emerson Hyndman.|
|Forwards||Dom Dwyer, Josef Martinez, Luiz Araujo, Ronaldo Cisneros, Machop Chol, Erik Centeno, Jackson Conway.|