Bobby Shuttleworth

Bobby Shuttleworth
Bobby Shuttleworth
Bobby Shuttleworth
New England Revolution
Real Name: Bobby Shuttleworth
HT: 6' 2" WT: 205
Age: 29 (05/13/1987)
Birthplace: Tonawanda, NY
Hometown: Tonawanda, NY


  • Has started nearly 95 percent of the club’s games since the start of the 2014 season.
  • Originally signed with the Revolution in 2009 and made debut the following season in 2010.
  • One of two goalkeepers, along with Matt Reis, to play in more than 100 games and see over 10,000 minutes of action for New England.
  • Equaled a nearly 10-year-old club record with 16 wins in 2014, a career high.
  • Is one of four goalkeepers in MLS history to save to two penalties in the same match (March 20, 2016 at Philadelphia).

MLS CAREER: Has started 77 games for the club since the start of the 2014 season…Through June 2016, recorded a career record of 45-48-27 in 120 games played, with 118 starts, 32 shutouts, 329 saves, 165 goals against, and five penalty kick saves…Made six postseason starts with a 3-2-1 record…In 2016, started 14 matches through June and recorded three shutouts…Started 31 games in 2015 and registered eight shutouts for a mark of 13-11-7…Enjoyed breakout season in 2014 when he tied a club record with 16 wins and posted eight shutouts…In 2013, started 22 of 23 appearances and notched a career-high nine shutouts…Started seven games in 2012 and posted a 0.71 goals against average, the lowest among MLS goalkeepers with at least three starts…Made seven starts in 2011…Debuted for the Revs in 2010…Made six appearances and five starts with a 3-3-0 record in net.

2016: Started 14 matches through the month of June and posted three shutouts….Earned three Santander Man of the Match awards, as well as Santander Man of the Month honors for March…Eclipsed the 10,000-minute mark during the season, becoming the second Revolution goalkeeper (Matt Reis) and one of only four active Revolution players to reach the mark with the club…Saved two of four penalty kick attempts on the season…Started the club’s U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 match against the New York Cosmos on June 29…(3/12) vs. DC: Recorded 30th career shutout and first of the season in the 0-0 draw…(3/20) at PHI: Saved two penalty kicks in the match, becoming the fourth MLS goalkeeper ever to save two penalties in the same regular-season contest…(3/26) at NYC: Notched three saves in the 1-1 draw…(4/1) vs. NY: Tied season high with five saves for second shutout of the season…(4/23) at DC: Totaled three saves in the loss…(5/8) at LA: Tied a season high with five saves…(5/14) vs. CHI: Posted third shutout of the season in the 2-0 win.

2015: Made 31 starts and posted a 13-11-7 record with a 1.32 goals against average…Tied for seventh in MLS with eight shutouts…Earned five MLS Save of the Week nominations…Did not concede a goal in open play between March 15 and May 2, a stretch of 619 minutes…Went 340 minutes without conceding a goal from Aug. 1 to Sept. 13…Posted three consecutive shutouts from Aug. 15 to Sept. 5, first three-game streak since a four-game stretch in 2013…(3/15) at NYC: Made a season-high seven saves in the second game of the season…Earned a spot on’s Team of the Week… (3/21) vs. MTL: Recorded first shutout of the 2015 campaign… (3/28) vs. SJ: Helped the team to a 2-1 win…Became the second goalkeeper in Revolution history to reach 30 wins…(4/11) vs. CLB: Helped New England to a 0-0 draw, earning second clean sheet in as many outings…(7/11) at NY: Saved first penalty (shot?) of the season against Sal Zizzo…(9/13) at TOR: Made 100th career appearance for the Revs, becoming the 24th player to reach the mark with New England…(9/19) at MTL: Became the 17th player to reach 100 career starts for the Revs…(10/25) at NYC: Made six saves in the 3-1 season-ending win…Postseason: (10/28) at DC: Made five saves in the 2-1 loss.

2014: Started 32 games and compiled a 16-12-4 record with a 1.25 goals against average…Posted eight shutouts and totaled a career-best 94 saves…Allowed goals on only two of four penalty kick attempts…Helped the Revs go 6-0-1 over a seven-game stretch from April 12 to May 24, keeping clean three sheets in six starts during the run…Played all 480 minutes in the team’s five postseason games…(3/22) vs. VAN: Recorded first shutout of the season in the Revs’ home opener…(4/19) at CHI: Preserved a 1-1 tie by making a double save on a stoppage-time penalty kick attempt, which earned a MLS Save of the Week nomination…(7/19) at DAL: Recorded a season-high seven saves in the 2-0 loss…(7/30) vs. COL: Earned fifth shutout of the season…Made three saves to secure the 3-0 win and snap the Revs’ eight-game losing streak…(8/23) vs. CHV: Made four saves in the 1-0 shutout win to move into second place in club history in all-time saves and appearances by a goalkeeper…Marked sixth shutout of the season…(8/30) at TOR: Stopped all three shots on goal to record first clean sheet on the road in 2014…(9/3) vs. SKC: Collected 10th win of the season, becoming the fourth goalkeeper in club history to win double-digit games in a single season, joining Adin Brown, Matt Reis, and Walter Zenga…(9/20) at CLB: Stopped second penalty of the year, saving a Federico Higuaín spot kick…Postseason: (11/1) at CLB: Made four saves in postseason debut, which helped the Revolution secure a 4-2 win…(11/9) vs. CLB: Helped the club advance to the Eastern Conference Championship by making six saves…(11/23) at NY: Recorded six saves for the second straight game to lead New England to a 2-1 win…(12/7) at LA: Played all 120 minutes in MLS Cup against the Galaxy…Made four saves in the 2-1 defeat.

2013: Served as the Revs’ starting goalkeeper for most of the season…Appeared in 23 games with 22 starts…Made two appearances over the final two months of the season following Matt Reis’ return from injury…Recorded a career-high nine shutouts, one shy of the club single-season record of 10…Posted a 7-11-5 mark with a 1.31 goals against average on the year, and also set a club record by not allowing a goal in 395 consecutive minutes over a six-game span between the 56th minute against New York on May 11 and the 25th minute at Vancouver June 15...(4/13) at SEA: Posted first shutout of the year, making three saves in the 0-0 draw…(4/27) vs. PHI: Notched a second shutout in the 2-0 home win…(5/2) at POR: Set a personal best with nine saves against the Timbers, recording two consecutive shutouts and three on the year…(6/2) vs. LA: Saved all six shots on goal in the 5-0 win…(7/6) vs. SJ: Recorded a shutout in the 2-0 win…(7/20) at CLB: Made two saves in ninth and final shutout of the season.

2012: Started seven regular season contests and posted a 3-3-1 record…Recorded the lowest goals against average (0.71) of any MLS goalkeeper with at least three starts…Started the final five games of the year and went 2-2-1 during that run, including back-to-back wins to close the season…Made six saves in the team’s U.S. Open Cup Third Round loss to the Harrisburg City Islanders…Made six appearances in the reserve league…(7/8) vs. NY: Made first start of the year and posted second career shutout and third victory…(7/14) vs. TOR: Returned to the lineup and made three saves in the 1-0 loss…(9/22) vs. NY: Allowed one goal in return from a knee injury…Helped earn the team a 1-1 draw…(10/20) vs. CHI: Made one save to secure the shutout victory…(10/27) at MTL: Recorded a then-career-best seven saves in the 1-0 shutout, a second straight clean sheet to close the season.

2011: Made seven regular season starts and 17 saves on the year…Posted a record of 0-4-3 with a 2.14 goals against average…Started the club’s final three games of the season…Started both of the club’s U.S. Open Cup play-in matches, as well as seven reserve league games…Appeared in the second half of the team’s summer friendly against Manchester United…(4/6) at VAN: Made one save in season debut, a 1-1 draw…(4/30) at CHV: Made five saves in the loss, including a double save in the second half that won MLS Save of the Week and was nominated for Save of the Year…(10/8) vs. SJ: Tied a season high with five saves in the 2-1 loss.

2010: Saw action in six league matches in first full season with the club…Made five starts and compiled a 3-3-0 record…Participated in the team’s 390-minute shutout streak, an all-competition club record, from July 2 to July 31…Made one start in SuperLiga and recorded six saves in a shutout win over Pumas on July 14…(5/29) vs. NY: Made MLS debut when he came on late in the second half in place of an injured Preston Burpo…Made two saves in the game to help earn a 3-2 victory…(6/5) at SEA: Made first career start…Notched five saves in the 3-0 loss…(10/16) vs. SKC: Notched the first clean sheet of MLS career…Made four saves to preserve the shutout.

2009: Signed with the Revolution on June 18…Did not make an appearances for the club…Went on loan to the Western Mass Pioneers (USL-2) for six matches during the summer…Compiled a 1-3-2 mark with a 2.50 goals against average.

COLLEGE (BUFFALO): Appeared in 35 games during a three-year career at the University of Buffalo…Transferred to Buffalo from Loyola College in Baltimore, Md. …Started 33 times and recorded a 20-7-7 record with a 0.80 goals against average…As a senior, enjoyed best season with the Bulls with 20 starts and a 0.63 goals against average…Totaled eight shutouts en route to an All-Mid-Atlantic Conference nod…As a sophomore, took over the starting role with an 8-2-2 record in 12 games played…Posted four shutouts and a 0.94 goals against average…Began college career at Loyola in 2005, but did not see game action as a redshirt freshman.

PERSONAL: Attended Nichols School in Buffalo, N.Y.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2016New England Revolution212018145503846498
2015New England Revolution31312790878415613117
2014New England Revolution32322880894402416124
2013New England Revolution2322206396430337115
2012New England Revolution77630323500331
2011New England Revolution776300171511043
2010New England Revolution65501118900330
2009New England Revolution00000000000
Career Totals-12712411308343441781520465328
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