Brian Dunseth Biography
Brian Dunseth is a well-known American television soccer commentator and former player. He works for mainly Real Salt Lake and some games for the Columbus Crew as a sportscaster currently.
Dunseth is the Co-Founder of The Terrace Club Co also. He was a Professional Soccer Player for United States U-20, Sweden, MLS, and Captained the 2000 Olympic Team before.
Brian Dunseth Age
Dunseth was born in Upland, California, in the United States on March 2, 1977. He is 45 years old.
Brian Dunseth Height
Dunseth stands at an average height of 6 ft 1 in/1.85 m tall.
Brian Dunseth Education
Dunseth attended California State University, in Fullerton, California, and graduated in 1996. He was one of the first players to sign a Project-40 contract, in 1997 while there.
Brian Dunseth Family
Dunseth is a proud son of a gay man whose own experiences influenced his upbringing. Although he has not shared out exact details about his parents and whether he has any siblings.
Brian Dunseth Wife
Dunseth is married to Jade, they exchanged vows on August 2, 2006, and together they are blessed with three kids. Namelly; Shia who is in 6th Grade at Junior High, Micah – in 4th Grade, and Luca – Preschool.
Brian Dunseth Salary
Dunseth receives an annual salary of $65,795.
Brian Dunseth Net Worth
Dunseth approximated net worth of $1 million.
Brian Dunseth Career
Dunseth went to the New England Revolution and stayed for the following four. And a half seasons there, before being traded midway through 2001 to the Miami Fusion. That Fusion was contracted the following year and in the 2002 MLS Dispersal Draft.
He was taken by the Columbus Crew and spent one year and a half there, before to a trade to the Dallas Burn. Dunseth separated ways with the Major League Soccer, playing for Bodens BK in Sweden in 2004.
He was selected by a major newspaper as the Best Player of Norrbotten County. Then Dunseth went back to MLS, signing with Real Salt Lake. He played with the club for a year, before trading to Chivas USA for Douglas Sequeira and Christian Jimenez.
Dunseth was traded again to the Los Angeles Galaxy for a draft pick, Prior to the 2006 season. He was the first MLS player to be on the roster of seven various teams (although he never played for Chivas) over the process.
Dunseth was waived by the Galaxy. He scored five goals and six assists, over the 8 years of MLS, and in July 2006, he retired from professional soccer in May 2006.