Vincent Nogueira

Vincent Nogueira
Vincent Nogueira
Vincent Nogueira
Philadelphia Union
Real Name: Vincent Nogueira
HT: 5' 7" WT: 140
Age: 28 (01/16/1988)
Birthplace: Besancon, France
Hometown: Besancon, France

Signed with the Philadelphia Union on Jan. 30, 2014 after playing for Sochaux of France's Ligue 1.


2016 (Union): Vincent Nogueira has played in five games this year, starting in the season opener against FC Dallas, playing the full 90. After a brief injury stint, he made his way back in to the starting XI, and has started in seven games thus far. He has gotten on the scoreboard, by scoring a quick loose ball goal against the LA Galaxy. 

2015 (Union): Played in 27 games and started 22 in his second year with the Union. Finished with a career-high five goals, including a brace against Portland Timbers on July 11. In games Nogueira started, the Union finished 9-9-4. 

2014 (Union): Signed with the Union on Jan. 30 after appearing in 15 games for Sochaux during 2013-14 season. Nogueira appeared in 29 games and started 28, including the team’s first 16 games. He finished the season with two goals and three assists. Nogueira scored his first career MLS goal on March 29 during a 1-1 draw with Montreal. Later in the year, he scored his second goal against New England on May 17, which was nominated by MLS for the 2014 AT&T Goal of the Year. He had an assist during a 2-2 draw with Real Salt Lake on April 12, which led him to being named to the MLS Team of the Week by

2012-13 (Sochaux): Played in 29 games, starting 25 for Sochaux. He scored two goals and added two assists on the season, most notably a goal he scored on March 10, 2013 that aided in Sochaux' 3-2 victory against Evian Thonon.

2010-11 (Sochaux): Solidified his position by appearing in 22 games. He notched one goal and one assist during the season.  

2009-10 (Sochaux): Was named the best player of Sochaux (French Ligue 1) but sustained a series of injuries and could not return until the 2010-11 season.

2007-08 (Sochaux): Joined Sochaux after being in the youth program, appearing in three matches and starting in one. During this time, he led his team to win the Coupe Gambardella, a U-19 French tournament.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2016Philadelphia Union77161401225000
2015Philadelphia Union2722519930251016060
2014Philadelphia Union29282249835914141010
Career Totals-63578510539626351070
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