List of Current Major League Soccer Players

List Of Current Major League Soccer Players

This is a list of current Major League Soccer players (as of February 16, 2012). There is also a list of current MLS coaches, and a list of current American soccer players by US state. To appear on this list, a player must be currently signed to an MLS team, with the exception of players in the league-wide reserve goalkeeper pool. If an MLS player is currently out of contract but his Major League Soccer rights are still held by a team, he remains on the list until his status is clearly established. Players on loan to MLS teams may also be included, and are indicated with a "" symbol.

Players are alphabetized by primary surname, with the exception of players known primarily by a single name, who are alphabetized by that name.

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