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


U.S. Men’s National Team


LA Galaxy


New York Red Bulls


U.S. Men’s National Team


D.C. United


United States U-23 Men’s National Team


University of Virginia


University of Puget Sound


Cornell University (Assistant)