• Helped U.S. to best-ever finish in the World Cup, advancing to the quarterfinals
    • Started and assisted first goal of World Cup win over Mexico
    • Played every minute for U.S. in fourth-place finish at 2002 Olympics U.S. National Team Man of the Match twice
    • Once in World Cup qualifying win over Mexico
    • MLS player since 1998 for Chicago Fire and Kansas City Wizards
    • Voted U.S. Soccer Youth Player of the Year in 1998
    • Led Parkview to two state titles with 64 career goals
    • Helped Panthers to 57-match streak without a loss
    • Represented the United States in the 2002 and 2006 World Cups
    • Pushed the US to their best-ever Quarterfinal finish in 02′ World Cup with an assist in the 2nd Round win over Mexico
    • At the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, led the US team in scoring, giving the US its highest finish of 4th Place
    • Played 14 years in MLS, playing for the Chicago Fire, Kansas City Wizards, and DC United, finished career with 80 goals, 49 assists in 267 games
    • Won an MLS Championship in 98′, and 3 US Open Cup Championships in 98′, 00′, 04′
    • Voted US Soccer Youth Player of the Year in 1998
    • Voted Georgia High school Soccer Player of the Year in 1995
    • Helped Parkview Panthers to a 57-match unbeaten streak, winning two State Titles and scoring 64 career goals
    • Retired at end of 2012 season and is currently an assistant coach at DC United

National Soccer’s Hall of Fame 2017 nominee

Josh Wolff hard at work as head coach of Austin FC, new MLS team for 2021



Josh Wolff Officially announced as head coach of MLS Austin FC