Real Salt Lake

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Real Salt Lake
GroundRio Tinto Stadium
Ground Capacity20,008
OwnerSCP Worldwide
ManagerJason Kreis
LeagueMajor League Soccer

Real Salt Lake is an American soccer team. They play in Major League Soccer in Salt Lake City, Utah. They began playing in 2005. Their head coach is Jason Kreis. They play at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah. Their rival is the Colorado Rapids.

Current Roster[change | change source]

As of January 15, 2009. [1] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Chris Seitz
2 United States DF Tony Beltran
3 United States DF Robbie Russell
4 Colombia DF Jámison Olave
5 United States MF Kyle Beckerman
6 United States DF Nat Borchers
7 United States FW Alex Nimo
8 Canada FW Will Johnson
10 United States FW Robbie Findley
11 Argentina MF Javier Morales
12 Haiti MF Jean Alexandre
No. Position Player
13 United States DF Ian Joy
14 Armenia FW Yura Movsisyan
17 United States DF Chris Wingert
18 United States GK Nick Rimando
24 United States GK Kyle Reynish
25 United States FW Tino Nuñez
29 United States MF Brennan Tennelle
33 United States DF David Horst
77 Jamaica MF Andy Williams
84 United States MF Clint Mathis
United States MF Raphael Cox

Head coaches[change | change source]

Team records[change | change source]

MLS regular season only, through 2006 season

  • All-Time regular season record: 21-50-23 (Through Oct. 21, 2007)

Year-by-year[change | change source]

Year Reg. Season Playoffs Open Cup CONCACAF
Champions' Cup
2005 5th, West Did not qualify Round of 32 Did not qualify Started in 2007
2006 6th, West Did not qualify Round of 16 Did not qualify
2007 6th, West Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not participate
2008 3rd, West Semifinals Did not qualify Did not qualify Did not qualify

Average attendance[change | change source]

regular season/playoffs

  • 2005: 18,037/missed playoffs
  • 2006: 16,366/missed playoffs
  • 2007: 15,960/missed playoffs
  • 2008: 16,179/19,632

References[change | change source]