Steve Neumann

Steve Neumann
Steve Neumann
Steve Neumann
New England Revolution
Real Name: Steve Neumann
HT: 6' 0" WT: 165
Age: 25 (10/07/1991)
Birthplace: Jacksonville, Fla
Hometown: New Hope, Pa.


  • A three-year pro with 36 appearances and five starts for the Revolution since 2014.
  • As a rookie, played in 23 games, starting three, and led MLS with 20 appearances off the bench.
  • Has made five appearances and scored one goal in the U.S. Open Cup, including three starts in 2014.
  • Earned three first-team All-Big East honors at Georgetown and received second-team recognition as a freshman.
  • In 2012, named the Most Outstanding Offensive Player of the College Cup after leading the Hoyas to their first ever appearance in the finals.

MLS CAREER: Selected by the Revolution with the fourth overall pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft…Through June 2016, totaled 32 games played, four starts, 18 shots, and six shots on goal...Appeared in nine games, starting one in central midfield, in 2015…As a rookie, made 23 appearances and came off the bench an MLS-high 20 times.

2016: Made four appearances, including one start, for New England in third professional season…Started in the club’s U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 win at New York Cosmos on June 29, playing the full 90 minutes…Started and played 76 minutes in Open Cup Quarterfinal win against the Philadelphia Union on July 20…(9/3) vs. COL: Made first appearance of 2016 season, replacing Kelyn Rowe as a substitute in the 86th minute…(9/10) vs. NYC: Made second consecutive appearance, relieving Scott Caldwell in the 88th minute…(9/25) vs. CLB: Started and played 55 minutes in only start of 2016 regular season.

2015: Appeared in nine games and started once in central midfield…Saw a total of 144 minutes of action and registered three shots…Played the full 90 minutes of the U.S. Open Cup Fourth Round loss to the Charlotte Independence…(3/8) at SEA: Made season debut in the opener, playing the final 13 minutes in place of Diego Fagundez…(4/25) vs. RSL: Played 10 minutes and notched two shots, including one shot on goal, in the 4-0 win…(9/19) at MTL: Started at center back and played a season-high 61 minutes.

2014: Made 23 appearances in rookie season with the Revs…Led MLS with 20 appearances off the bench.…Started all three of the team’s U.S. Open Cup contests and played the full 90 minutes in each…Scored in the Fourth Round in a win over Richmond on June 18…(4/5) at DC: Made MLS debut and played six minutes…Attempted one shot…(7/19) at DAL: Made first MLS start after 12 straight appearances off the bench…Played the full 90 minutes…(9/3) vs. SKC: Made longest substitute appearance of the year, playing the entire second half in place of Jermaine Jones.

COLLEGE (GEORGETOWN): A four-year star at Georgetown…Scored 41 goals and added 34 assists in 86 appearances, with 67 starts…Scored at least 10 goals in each of four seasons with the Hoyas…Served as team captain as a junior and senior…A MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist in 2012 and 2013…Named a first-team All-Big East selection in each of final three years…Garnered second-team all-conference recognition as a freshman…Earned Big East Offensive Player of the Year honors as a senior…Helped Georgetown to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including the school’s first ever appearance in the College Cup Final in 2012…Named the Most Outstanding Offensive Player of the College Cup in 2012 after scoring a hat trick in the semifinal win over Maryland.

PERSONAL: Attended Council Rock North High School in Newton, Pa. …A National Soccer Coaches Association of America Regional All-American and All-State selection as a senior after leading Council Rock to a 15-2-2 record…Named the Suburban One League Player of the Year and the Bucks County Courier Times’ Soccer Player of the Year…Played club soccer with YMS Xplosion…A two-time state champ and leader of a squad that ranked No. 1 in the nation, according to…Played on the state Olympic Development team for six seasons and has trained internationally…Younger brother, Alex, plays soccer at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2016New England Revolution410620110000
2015New England Revolution9101440313010
2014New England Revolution233053801557200
Career Totals-3650744019710210
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