2018 DC ALUM
The Dallas Cup alumni list is a virtual “Who’s Who” of hundreds of international soccer superstars who have combined to play in over 500 FIFA World Cup matches, including former Spanish star Raul, who helped Los Blancos win their second consecutive Super Group title in 1994 (see picture)
•In the past two FIFA World Cups, 1 out of every 11 goal scorers has been a Dallas Cup alum.
•The 2018 World Cup featured 28 alumni, with 11 of the 32 countries holding Dallas Cup ties.
DALLAS CUP &
The Dallas Cup has strong ties to the United States National Team, both past and present. The current roster features several Dallas Cup alumni, including Serie A stand out Weston McKennie (DC ‘11); Premier League champion keeper Zack Steffen (DC ‘14), and teenage phenom Ricardo Pepi (DC '15), among several others.
Did you know?
The top five players on the USMNT all-time scoring list are Dallas Cup alumni:
Clint Dempsey (DC ‘01), Landon Donovan (DC ‘99), Jozy Altidore (DC 06’), Eric Wynalda (DC ‘87), and Brian McBride (DC ‘90)
The photo shows former USMNT stars Landon Donovan (#20) and Damarcus Beasley (#3) at the 1999 Dallas Cup.
Several of the sports top rising stars in world soccer are former Dallas Cup participants. Mason Greenwood, one of the Premier League's most prolific goal scorers as a teenager, played in Dallas Cup in 2018. 2015 Dallas Cup alum Alphonso Davies helped lead Bayern Munich to a UEFA Champions League title in 2020, becoming the first Canadian to hoist the iconic trophy. Arsenal's dynamic forward Bukayo Saka (2018 alum pictured here) was a key player on the England side that made the 2020 EURO final. La Liga and USMNT rising star Yunus Musah played in the 2019 edition of the tournament.
And Many More!
Dallas Cup has a rich history and we know that a lot of phenomenal players passed through the tournament that we might not know about! Please fill out the player's information below to help update our prestigious alumni list!