Updated June 7, 2021
LUIS CAICEDO AT A GLANCE:
- 25-year-old midfielder currently in fourth MLS campaign after sitting out the 2020 season with a knee injury.
- From 2018-19, registered 61 MLS appearances, 56 starts, one goal, and four assists in the regular season.
- Acquired on loan Cortuluá in March 2018 after five professional seasons in Colombia and Portugal, before permanently transferring to New England after the season.
- Made 73 appearances for Cortuluá in his native Colombia from 2015-18.
- Helped guide the Cortuluá U-20 squad to a third-place finish in the 2016 U-20 Copa Libertadores.
- Began professional career with Sporting CP II in 2014 in Portugal before joining Cortuluá in 2015.
MLS CAREER: Fourth-year MLS midfielder enters 2021 after sitting out the 2020 season with a meniscus injury…Originally acquired on loan from Colombian side Cortuluá in March 2018…The Revs exercised a permanent transfer option on Nov. 2, 2018…Career MLS regular season totals 2019 include 61 appearances, 56 starts, one goal, and four assists in 4,949 minutes played…In 2019, totaled 31 games played and 27 starts…Made 30 appearances and scored one goal with four assists in debut MLS season in 2018.
2021: Has not made an MLS appearance this season due to a knee injury…Made one start at the USL League One level with Revolution II, playing 77 minutes on April 17 vs. Richmond Kickers. 2020: Missed the entire 2020 season after undergoing a procedure on March 11 to repair an injured meniscus.
2019: Appeared in 32 of 37 matches across all competitions, including 27 starts in 31 regular season games played…Primarily features in central midfield, and made one start at right back...Ranked seventh in MLS with 90 tackles, and ninth with 54 tackles won…Paced the team with 38 interceptions…Started against New York in the U.S. Open Cup Fourth Round win…(3/17) at TOR: Made first start of the season…(4/13) at ATL: Made first MLS start at right back…(4/20) vs. NY: Paced the team with 16 possessions gained, seven tackles, and four fouls won…(5/11) vs. SJ: Played 90 minutes in a 3-1 win over San Jose…(5/18) at MTL: Helped secure a clean sheet…(6/26) vs. PHI: Paced team with five tackles and recorded seven possessions gained...(7/17) vs. VAN: Recorded 50th career MLS appearance…(8/3) vs. LAFC: Led team with 96.7 percent passing accuracy…(8/24) vs. CHI: Made 50th start for the Revolution.
2018: Finished debut MLS campaign with 30 appearances, 29 starts, one goal, and four assists…Played 90 minutes in all but two starts…(3/24) vs. NYC: Made MLS and Revolution debut with a two-minute appearance as a late substitute…(3/31) at HOU: Made first start and played all 90 minutes…Tallied assist on Teal Bunbury’s game-winning goal and contributed to the clean sheet…(4/6) vs. MTL: Played 90 minutes and helped keep a second straight clean sheet…(6/2) vs. NY: Played 90 minutes and drew a career-high six fouls in the 2-1 win…(6/9) at CHI: Played 90 minutes and recorded three shots, including one on target, in the 1-1 draw…(7/14) vs. LA: Scored first career MLS goal and added an assist in the 3-2 loss…(8/4) at ORL: Notched third assist of the season in the 3-3 draw…(9/15) at LAFC: Recorded season highs in fouls conceded (5) and shots on goal (2) in the 1-1 draw…(9/29) at TOR: Tallied fourth assist of the season.
CLUB CAREER OUTSIDE OF MLS: Colombian midfielder played four professional seasons in Colombia and one season in Portugal…Professional experience includes four campaigns with Cortuluá (2015-18) in Colombia's top two tiers of professional soccer and one season with Portuguese Segunda Liga side Sporting CP II (2014-15)…Career totals include more than 5,900 minutes played, 71 league appearances, 68 starts, and three goals…Began professional career with Sporting CP II in 2014…Made one appearance for Sporting CP II in the 2014-15 season…Departed Sporting for Cortuluá in 2015 and made one appearance…Made 37 appearances across all competitions for Cortuluá in 2016, scoring one goal…Recorded four additional appearances with Cortuluá's U-20 squad, helping the team to a third-place finish in the 2016 U-20 Copa Libertadores…Appeared in 32 matches across all competitions in the 2017 season and scored one goal…Made three appearances for Cortuluá in 2018 before departing club for New England.
PERSONAL: Full name is Luís Alberto Caicedo Mosquera...Father of one…Fluent Spanish speaker who has learned English during his time in the United States.