Player Details


Luis Robles


6' 1"


201 lbs

Date of Birth

5.11.1984 (40)


Fort Huachuca, Arizona USA


Career Summary


• First MLS cleansheet - vs Sporting KC, 10/20/2012
• First MLS game - vs Toronto FC, 9/29/2012 
• First MLS start - vs Toronto FC, 9/29/2012

2019: Second year as the New York Red Bulls Captain… started 28 of the team’s 29 games… made 79 saves… became the fifth highest winning goalkeeper in MLS Regular season history with 114 … accumulated over 25,000 minutes in net for the Red Bulls across all competitions...made over 30 starts for the seventh straight year… kept three consecutive clean sheets from September 18 to September 29… named to MLS Team of the Week three times..CCL: Started all four games… Made five saves… had six goals against… finished with a 2-2 record and two shutouts… Tied Sean Davis and Tim Parker for most minutes played with 360

2018: Started 31 matches in net, including the last 22 straight games ... his MLS Ironman streak at 183 consecutive starts with full 90 minutes at Colorado Rapids on May 12 ... tallied back-to-back clean sheets four times ... recorded at least 10 shutouts for the third consecutive seasons and fourth overall in his career ... set the single-season franchise record in clean sheets with his 14th against Orlando City SC on Oct. 28 ... set franchise records for wins with 21… made a season-high eight saves against Toronto on July 1 at BMO Field.  CCL: Started all six matches ... recorded three clean sheets in 540 minutes ... made a career-best 13 saves against Club Tijuana on March 6. Open Cup: Made one start against Philadelphia in the Round of 16, recording five saves on seven chances. Playoffs: Started both conference semifinal matches ... tallied his seventh career postseason shutout in Leg 2.

2017: Started all 34 matches to extend his iron man streak with full 90 and raise his MLS record of 174 consecutive appearances ... recorded his 40th career shutout against Colorado with one save ... wore the captain’s armband versus Real Salt Lake while teammate Kljestan was called up to USMNT ... tallied four saves for second clean sheet vs. RSL ... recorded six saves against Houston ... made four saves against D.C. for his third clean sheet of 2017 ... tallied two saves for his fourth shut out versus Columbus  ... tied his season-best in saves with six versus Sporting KC ... with his six saves at SKC, Robles moved into second all-time in club history with 443 saves, surpassing Tim Howard ... wore the captain’s armband for the second time this season in his 150th consecutive game started ... recorded his fifth clean sheet with a game-high three saves versus Philadelphia on June 18 ... tallied a season-best seven saves vs. NYCFC on Aug. 6 ... recorded three more shutouts over the last 12 matches to raise his career total to 49, which placed him tied for 12th all-time in MLS history with Bill Hamid. CCL: Played both legs of QF series with Vancouver Open Cup: Did not appear. Playoffs: Started all three matches ... tallied a game-high four saves for his fifth career MLS playoff shutout vs. Chicago in the Knockout Round (10/25) ...  his appearance in Leg One of the Eastern Conference Semis against Toronto gave him 200 career appearances across all competitions ... recorded his second shutout of the playoffs at Toronto in the second leg of the Eastern Conference Semifinals  ... it was just the second time in 2017 that a team had blanked Toronto FC at BMO Field ... moved into a tie for seventh all-time in MLS playoff history with his sixth career playoff shutout against Toronto.

2016: Started and played every minute of all 34 regular season matches for fourth-straight season, setting a new MLS record for consecutive starts and consecutive complete games... Earned league-highs in wins (19) and shutouts (6)... Reached 100 saves in a season for third time in career... Earned first win of season on March 19 against Houston, extending his own franchise record for career wins... Started and played a full 90 minutes for the 112th consecutive league match against San Jose on April 3, tying Kevin Hartman’s all-time MLS record for consecutive complete games player... Broke that record on April 16 at Colorado... Earned first shutout of season against FC Dallas on April 29... Four consecutive shutouts, against Chicago on May 18, at NYC FC on May 21, and against Toronto FC on May 28 and Seattle on June 19 to reach 407 consecutive league minutes without allowing goal... Shutout streak reached 472 minutes in MLS play before ending against Real Salt Lake, longest streak in MLS this season... Back-to-back shutouts against Portland and Orlando again in July... Shutout win at Vancouver on Sept. 3... Shutout win vs Montreal on September 24... Closed reg. season with shutout win at PHI on Oct. 23 Playoffs: Played full 90 in both matches. Open Cup: Made one appearance, shutout win over Rochester on June 15. Champions League: Made three appearances, recording two shutouts and allowing just one goal.

2015: Named MLS Goalkeeper of the Year and MLS Best XI… Started and played all 34 regular season games for the third consecutive season, finishing with nine shutouts and 1.26 GAA… set franchise record for league wins in a single season (18)… Set new franchise record for career league wins (50) and career shutouts (28)… Three saves in the season opener at Sporting Kansas City on March 8... Shutout in home opener vs D.C. United on March 22… Shutout vs San Jose on April 17… third shutout of season in Dallas on May 15... Fourth league shutout vs Salt Lake on June 24... Shutout at Orlando City on July 18… back-to-back shutouts against New York City and and Toronto in August set new franchise record for career shutouts… season high nine saves in loss to Chicago on August 26… Shutout vs D.C. on August 30... Shutout at Portland on September 20 in 100th MLS league start (all consecutive)... Set new franchise record for career league wins (49) with win against Philadelphia on October 18... Playoffs: Played all four matches… became club’s all-time leader in postseason wins and shutouts after back-to-back shutouts against D.C. in conference semifinals… finished postseason with three shutouts… U.S. Open Cup: Played all three matches, earned two wins and one shutout… Recorded shutout in win vs Atlanta Silverbacks (NASL) on June 16…

2014: Played every minute of the MLS regular season and playoffs… 171 saves in the regular season were second-most in MLS… 1.47 goals against average tied for sixth-best amongst goalkeepers with at least 30 starts… Made 11 saves in five playoff games… Recorded first shutout of the season on April 23 vs. Houston… Recorded second clean sheet on May 4 at FC Dallas, stopping a penalty kick attempt from Blas Perez… Played Recorded his third shutout of the season and set a career-high with 10 saves vs. New England on June 8... Recorded fourth shutout of the season on September 10 against D.C. United… Made his 100th save of the season on September 28 in a 4-0 loss at LA. Recorded fifth shutout of the season in a 1-0 win against Houston on October 4... Recorded sixth shutout of the season on October 26 in a 2-0 win at Sporting Kansas City… Playoffs: Recorded one save on October 30 in New York’s 2-1 Eastern Conference knockout round win over Sporting Kansas City. Recorded first shutout of 2014 MLS Cup Playoffs in New York’s 2-0 win over D.C. United on November 2 in leg one of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

2013: Finished fourth in the voting for MLS Goalkeeper of the Year … Red Bulls Humanitarian of the Year … One of seven players in MLS and the only Red Bull to play all 3,060 minutes of the regular season … Tied for MLS lead with 17 wins … Finished third in MLS in saves (103), fourth in shutouts (11), tied for sixth in goals-against-average (1.21), and sixth in save percentage (70.1%)… Set or matched Red Bulls single-season records for minutes (3,060), games (34-tied), starts (34-tied), wins (17), shutouts (11-tied), and penalty-kick saves (2-tied) … Recorded first shutout of the season in 0-0 tie vs. D.C. United on March 16 … Made six saves in earning that shutout at Columbus, his most in a shutout all season … Tied several other Red Bulls goalkeepers for the club’s single-season record when he saved his second penalty kick of the season in 2-1 win vs. D.C. United on Aug. 31… Playoffs: Made three saves in 2-2 tie at Houston on Nov. 3 in first leg of Eastern Conference semifinals … Made one save in 2-1 overtime loss vs. Houston in second leg on Nov. 6 … U.S. Open Cup: Did not appear … Other: Started and played 32 minutes in 2-2 friendly tie vs. Olympique Lyonnais on July 16.

2012: Appeared and started in four matches for the Red Bulls after joining the club in mid-season, allowing only three goals and racking up nine saves in that span … Posted a 2-1-1 record in his first, abbreviated season in MLS.

2007–12: Spent five seasons in Germany … After making his international club career debut and spending three seasons with Kaiserlautern in 2007, Robles tacked on additional time from 2010-12 when he made 28 appearances for Karlsruher … Prior to spending time in Germany, Robles was drafted in the fourth round of the 2007 MLS SuperDraft (50th overall) by D.C. United but did not sign with the club.


Attended the University of Portland … Spent the summers of 2003 and 2004 playing in the Premier Development League with Boulder Rapids Reserve.


Called in to U.S. National Team Camp in January 2016, first call up since 2009… Was named to the United States roster for the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup and made his international debut on July 11, 2009, in a 2-2 tie with Haiti … The United States went on to the tournament final.


Signed on August 8, 2012, via MLS Allocation Process.