Adam Buksa

Adam Buksa
Adam Buksa
Adam Buksa
Forward
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Real Name: Adam Buksa
HT: 6' 3" WT: 170
Designated Player
Age: 24 (07/12/1996)
Birthplace: Kraków, Poland
Hometown: Kraków, Poland

Updated September 14, 2020

Adam Buksa at a Glance:

  • Polish youth international’s career totals include 28 goals and 11 assists in nearly 100 appearances across all competitions.
  • Prior to joining the Revolution, led Pogón Szczecin with seven goals scored through 17 appearances in 2019-20 campaign, helping club reach first place in the Ekstraklasa table.
  • Captured Pogón Szczecin's Golden Boot after pacing team with 11 goals in the 2018-19 season.
  • Featured for Zagłębie Lubin (2016-18) and Lechia Gdańsk (2014-17) before moving to Pogón Szczecin in July 2018.
  • Capped by Poland at the Under-21, Under-19, and Under-17 levels, and received first call-up to the senior team in Nov. 2018.

MLS CAREER (2020): Has appeared in all 11 league games with 10 starts in first MLS season…Has scored two goals through 840 minutes played, adding one assist, 29 shots and 10 shots on target…Started and played 90 minutes in the MLS is Back Tournament Round of 16 on July 25 vs. Philadelphia… Called in to the Poland National Team for UEFA Nations League matches in August 2020 but was unable to accept invitation due to MLS travel guidelines…(2/29) at MTL: Played 90 minutes in MLS debut…(3/7) vs. CHI: Opened MLS account with the team’s lone goal in a 1-1 draw…(7/17) vs. DC: Scored second career MLS goal on an unassisted header in a 1-1 draw…Set a single-game career high with five shots…(9/6) at CHI: Registered first career MLS assist in the 2-1 away win.

2019: Acquired by the Revolution via transfer from Pogón Szczecin on Dec. 20, 2019…Added to the roster as a Designated Player, pending receipt of his P-1 visa and International Transfer Certificate (ITC).   

CLUB CAREER OUTSIDE OF MLS: Polish center forward owns six years of experience in Poland's top flight Ekstraklasa…Has featured for three clubs including Pogón Szczecin (2017-19), Zagłębie Lubin (2016-18), and Lechia Gdańsk (2014-17)…Across all competitions, career totals include more than 5,700 minutes played across more than 100 appearances with 28 goals and 11 assists…A native of Kraków, Poland, developed in the academies of Wisła Kraków, Hutnik Kraków, Garbarnia Kraków, and Novara before joining professional ranks with Lechia Gdańsk in 2014…In debut season with Lechia Gdańsk, recorded 207 minutes played in eight appearances, including one start…Made eight appearances with four starts in 2015-16 campaign, scoring first professional goal in 1-1 draw on July 31 vs. Pogón Szczecin…Registered first professional assist in 1-1 draw on Oct. 16 vs. Górnik Zabrze…Made one additional substitute appearance in the Polish Cup…Signed with Zagłębie Lubin ahead of the 2016-17 season…Set career highs in appearances (22), starts (10), and goals (4) in Ekstraklasa play…In 2017-18 campaign, made nine substitute appearances across all competitions with one goal for Zagłębie Lubin before joining Pogón Szczecin on loan…Logged 811 minutes played across 12 appearances, including nine starts, with four goals for  Pogón in remainder of 17-18 season…Transferred to Pogón ahead of the 2018-19 Ekstraklasa season…Set single-season career highs with 22 appearances – all starts – with 11 goals and four assists in 1,825 minutes played…Won Pogón's Golden Boot…Made one appearance in the Polish Cup, playing 120 minutes…In first half of 2019-20 season, again paced Pogón in goals with seven through 17 appearances – all starts – in 1,459 minutes played…Added four assists.

NATIONAL TEAM (POLAND): Has represented Poland at the Under-21, Under-19, and Under-17 levels…Received first career call-up to Poland's senior team in November 2018 for a friendly against the Czech Republic and a UEFA Nations League qualifying match against Portugal, but did not play…Called in by Poland for UEFA Nations League matches in August 2020 but was unable to accept invitation due to MLS travel guidelines.

Personal: Name is pronounced Adam "BOOK-saw."


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MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2020New England Revolution2114513192522027440
Career Totals-2114513192522027440
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