Player Details


Alex Muyl


5' 11"


174 lbs

Date of Birth

9.30.1995 (28)


New York, New York USA



Player Category

Career Summary


• First MLS goal - at NYCFC, 5/21/2016 in the 56th minute, assisted by Bradley Wright-Phillips
• First MLS assist - vs. FC Dallas, 4/29/2016 on a Felipe goal in the 83rd minute
• First MLS game - vs. Sporting KC, 4/9/2016
• First MLS start - at Colorado Rapids, 4/16/2016

2019: Appeared in 24 games in which he started 17...scored three goals and tallied three assists in 1,401 minutes played...scored the equalizing and winning goals after subbing on against San Jose Earthquakes on March 16...became the 24th player in franchise history to tally at least 10 goals and 10 assists...earned a Team of the Week honor in Week 3. Open Cup: Started and played 90 minutes in the Fourth Round against New England Revolution. CCL: Started three matches.

2018: Started in 13 of 30 matches he appeared in ... tallied three goals and five assists in 1,286 minutes ... recorded a goal and an assist in New York's 3-0 victory over Minnesota United FC on March 24 ... scored the equalizer against Columbus Crew SC to earn a 1-1 road draw on June 9.  CCL: Started all five matches he appeared in. Open Cup: Started and played the full 90 against NYCFC in the Fourth Round ... tallied an assist in the match. Playoffs: Started both conference semifinal matches ... scored the eventual game-winning goal in Leg 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. Columbus. 

2017: Recorded season-bests in games played (30), games started (21), minutes played (1938), goals (3), game-winning goals (2) and game-winning assists (2) ... made MLS season debut on March 5 in Atlanta... scored his first goal of the MLS season in the 46th minute against D.C. ... tallied his second-straight game-winning goal in the 11th minute versus Columbus ... recorded his third goal of the season against Minnesota in the 90th minute on July 22 ... tallied his first assist of the season against Montreal on July 29 ... tallied his second career game-winning assist against Orlando (8/12) CCL: Appeared in second leg of QF series against Vancouver Open Cup: Started four matches in the tournament. Playoffs: Appeared off the bench against Chicago in the Knockout Round (10/25).

2016: Made 27 appearances, including 18 starts, recording two goals and six assists in rookie campaign... Made MLS debut as a substitute on April 9, 2016 against Sporting Kansas City... Made first professional start at Colorado on April 16... Earned first professional point, an assist, on April 29 vs FC Dallas... Scored first MLS goal at NYC FC on May 21... Assisted BWP goal at CLB on June 25... Game-winning assist vs Orlando City on July 13..  Assist at DC on August 21... Assist vs CLB on Oct. 16. Playoffs: Started both playoff matches Open Cup: appeared as a sub in USOC win over Rochester on June 15. Champions League: Made three appearances, including two starts... Scored vs Antigua on August 3


Was Georgetown’s second-leading scorer in 2015, behind former Red Bulls Homegrown Brandon Allen… Scored six goals and a team-best 10 assists for 22 points in 21 games... His 10 assists ranked second in the BIG EAST and eighth in the nation... Also scored the game-winning goal for the Hoyas in double overtime to clinch the BIG EAST championship… Named to the 2015 All-BIG EAST Second Team and NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region… In three years at Georgetown played in 62 games, started 51, and totaled 12 goals and 25 assists, leading the team in assists all three seasons... In his first two years with Georgetown, the forward was named Second Team All-BIG EAST, Preseason All-BIG EAST, BIG EAST All-Academic, a unanimous member of the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team and earned a spot on’s Preseason Freshman Team.


Called up and captained the U.S. U-17 Men’s National Team during Mondial Minimes in 2011 in Montaigu, France… Named to the U.S. roster for the 2013 U-18 Milk Cup in Northern Ireland, and spent time with the U.S. National Team Residency Program… As a freshman, was called into camp with the U.S. U-20 Men’s National Team… Called up in July 2015 for a College Identification training camp with the U.S. U-23s.


Played for the Red Bulls Academy… Was Red Bulls U-16s’ team-leading goal scorer and notched the game-winning goal in the 2012 U.S. Soccer Development Academy (USSDA) National Championship…  helped Red Bulls U-18 claim the USSDA National Championship after finishing as the U-18s’ top scorer with 20 goals. After the championship, he was honored as the top player in the 2013 USSDA finals.


Signed as a Homegrown Player on December 22, 2015