Bobby Shuttleworth

Bobby Shuttleworth
Bobby Shuttleworth
Bobby Shuttleworth
Goalkeeper
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Real Name: Bobby Shuttleworth
HT: 6' 2" WT: 205
Age: 33 (05/13/1987)
Hometown: Tonawanda, N.Y.

2020 (CHICAGO FIRE): Went the full 90 minutes in the 2-2 tie with New York Red Bulls on Oct. 24 ... Made three saves over 90 minutes in the 2-2 tie with Sporting Kansas City on Oct. 17 ... His performance over 90 minutes in the 2-1 win against D.C. United on Oct. 11 earned a spot on the MLS Team of the Week bench for Week 17 ... Went the full 90 in the 1-0 loss to Sporting Kansas City on Oct. 7 and the 2-2 tie against the Montreal Impact on Oct. 3 ... Maintained a clean sheet for the second-straight game with a season-high fives saves in the 2-0 win against Atlanta United FC on Sept. 17 ...It was his fourth shutout of the season ... Earned a shoutout in the 4-0 win against the Houston Dynamo on Sept. 23 ... Went the full 90 minutes in the 4-1 loss to Orlando City on Sept. 19, the 2-2 tie with Columbus Crew SC on Sept. 12 and the 2-1 loss to New England Revolution on Sept. 6 ... Had a shutout in the 0-0 tie with FC Cincinnati on Sept. 2 ... Recorded his first win and shutout with the Chicago Fire in the 3-0 win against FC Cincinnati on Aug. 25 ... Made his Chicago Fire FC debut on Aug. 20 and went the full 90 minutes in the 3-0 loss to Columbus Crew SC.

How he joined the Club: Acquired on January 30, 2020.

Shuttleworth, 32, brings a wealth of MLS experience to the Fire’s roster, having made 185 league (181 starts) appearances for the New England Revolution and Minnesota United FC from 2009-2019. Following 10 seasons in MLS, Shuttleworth most recently spent the 2019 campaign with USL Championship side Sacramento Republic FC.

Shuttleworth began his professional career with the Revolution in 2009 and tallied 127 appearances and 34 clean sheets in eight seasons. Additionally, he helped lead the Revolution to the 2014 MLS Cup final and the 2016 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup final.

Shuttleworth then joined Minnesota United FC ahead of its expansion season in 2017. In his first year with Minnesota, he made a career-high 33 regular season appearances, while also notching five clean sheets. Overall, the Tonawanda, N.Y., native made 58 appearances in three seasons with Minnesota United, before joining Sacramento Republic prior to the start of the 2019 USL Championship season. He made 15 appearances (15 starts) for Sacramento in 2019.


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Stats

MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSMINSSHOSVGAPKGPKAWLT
2020Chicago Fire141412604422112455
2019Minnesota United00000000000
2018Minnesota United25252250210351449133
2017Minnesota United333228385116606810165
2016New England Revolution212018145503846498
2015New England Revolution31312790878415613117
2014New England Revolution32322880894402416124
2013New England Revolution2322206396430337115
2012New England Revolution77630323500331
2011New England Revolution776300171511043
2010New England Revolution65501118900330
2009New England Revolution00000000000
Career Totals-19919517656456053102634698741
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