Player Details

Name

Allan Rodriguez

Height

5' 5"

Weight

152 lbs

Date of Birth

5.27.2004 (18)

Birthplace

Elkhart, USA

Position

Midfielder

Position Detail

Unknown

Preferred Side

Unknown

Roster Category

Supplemental Slots 31

Player Category

Homegrown

Player Status

Loaned Out
2023 MLS Regular Season
2023 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary

2022 (CHICAGO FIRE II): Came in as a sub in the 90th minute against Inter Miami CF II in the 3-1 loss...Came in as a sub on June 19, 2022 in the shootout loss to Philadelphia Union II and picked up 9 minutes of action...Appeared in a 90 minute start for the Chicago Fire II on June 11, 2022 against St. Louis CITY 2...Logged his first 90 minute start of the season, recording an assist in the 4-2 loss against Columbus Crew on June 4, 2022...Made another substitute appearance in the 65’ and contributed to the Fire II’s 6-2 victory over Toronto FC II on May 27, 2022...Came in as a sub in the 81st minute against FC Cincinnati 2 on May 15, 2022...Registered his first start on April 17, 2022 against Toronto FC II, a 4-2 loss on the road...

2020 (FORWARD MADISON): Spent the 2020 season on loan with Chicago Fire FC affiliate Forward Madison. Rodriguez played 107 minutes for the Flamingos, playing two matches and earning the start in one.

How he joined the Club: Signed as a Homegrown Player on March 25, 2020.

Identified by the Indiana Fire Academy scouting staff, including Indiana Fire Academy Technical Director Phil Presser, Rodríguez joined the Indiana Fire in the fall of 2017. In January 2019, Rodríguez transferred to the Chicago Fire Academy in order to develop his talents through the resources available in Chicago. In 21 appearances (15 starts) for the Academy, he’s provided one goal and one assist.

Within just a few months of joining the Fire Academy and receiving exposure through the Development Academy, Rodríguez was called into his first U.S. Youth National Team camp. The midfielder ended his 2019 season by captaining the U.S. U-15s to first place in Group B in the Concacaf Boys’ U-15 Championship, where they eventually fell in the semifinals to tournament host Portugal.