Bruce Arena has coached MLS teams to 202 wins. (FrontRowSoccer.com Photo)

Here is a quick look at Bruce Arena’s coaching history:

* Named the New York Revolution’s sporting director and the club’s eighth head coach May 14, 2019.

* Has won a record five MLS Cup titles (1996, 1997, 2011, 2012, 2014) and has amassed three MLS Supporters’ Shields (1996, 2010, 2011), tied for the most in league history

* The winningest active head coach in MLS and one of two coaches to reach 200 regular season MLS wins, holding a 202-121-89 record in the league.

* Coached the U.S. men’s national team during two stints (1998-2006, 2016-17), appearing in the 2002 and 2006 World Cups and winning three Gold Cup titles.

* Built a dynasty over 18 seasons as head coach at the University of Virginia, winning five NCAA Division I national championships and six Atlantic Coast Conference titles.

* Coached the Red Bulls from 2006-07, before serving as the LA Galaxy head coach from 2008-16, where he won three MLS Cups in 2011, 2012, and 2014.

Bruce Arena’s Coaching Background

New England Revolution (Sporting Director and Head Coach)

2019-Present

U.S. Men’s National Team

2016-17

LA Galaxy

2008-16

New York Red Bulls

2006-07

U.S. Men’s National Team

1998-2006

D.C. United

1996-98

United States U-23 Men’s National Team

1996

University of Virginia

1978-95

University of Puget Sound

1976

Cornell University (Assistant)

1973