2020 (Philadelphia): Przybylko has made 23 appearances (23 starts) for the Union at striker, scoring eight goals and adding six assists ... Scored his first goal of the season
, the match-winner, in the 2-1 victory over Inter Miami (July 14) ...scored the game-winning goal
against New York Red Bulls (August 25)...followed up with a break-out performance against D.C. United with a two-goal performance
in the first half and an assist (August 29) ... Scored the second goal
in a 3-0 road victory over the New York Red Bulls (September 6) ... Bagged another brace, including the game winning goal
, in a 4-1 road win over the Montreal Impact (September 20)...added a pair of assists in a 3-0 win over Inter Miami CF (September 27)...Became the third player in club history with three assists in a single match during the Union's 5-0 win over Toronto FC (October 24)...Scored the club's 500th regular season goal
and his eighth of 2020 in the Union's 2-1 home victory over Chicago Fire FC (October 28).
2019 (Philadelphia/Bethlehem): Przybylko has made 26 appearances (25 starts) for the Union at forward, recording a team-leading 15 goals and four assists ... missed the stretch of matches from at Atlanta (March 17) through at FC Cincinnati (March 30) after being listed as out with a right little toe fracture ... came on for his Philadelphia debut at forward vs. Montreal (April 20) ... made his first MLS start at Vancouver (April 27), scoring his first Union goal
... scored in his second consecutive start, notching the game-winner
vs. FC Cincinnati (May 1) ... became the 10th-ever MLS player as well as the second Union player (Cory Burke) to score in each of his first three league starts with another goal
in the 6-1 win over New England (May 4) and was named to the MLS Team of the Week (Week 10) ... registered his first MLS assist, the game-winning helper, in the match at Toronto (May 11) ... tied for the team lead in goals with his fourth of the season
, vs. Portland (May 25) ... took the team lead in scoring with his fifth goal, a late game-tying tally
, at New England (June 26) ... scored in consecutive matches with a volleyed finish
at NYCFC (June 29) ... recorded a brace at Orlando
(July 3), totaling four goals over a three-match span ... became the third Union player to ever score in four consecutive appearances (Jack McInerney, CJ Sapong) with a 90th-minute game-tying goal
vs. Orlando (July 7) ... was named to the MLS Team of the Week (Week 18) for his performances ... scored his 10th goal of the season
with a strike at D.C. United (August 4) ... continued his run of form with his 11th goal
, opening the scoring vs. Houston (August 11) ... scored his 12th of the season
while adding his first MLS multi-assist game with two helpers in the 3-1 win over D.C. United (August 24); was named to the MLS Team of the Week (Week 25) ... had his 2020 contract option picked up by the Union on August 29 ... scored the game-winning goal, his 13th
, and added an assist in the 3-1 win over Atlanta (August 31); was named to the Team of the Week for the second consecutive outing (Week 26) ... scored his 14th goal
in a 1-1 draw against LAFC (September 14) ... scored the game-winning goal, his fourth GWG and 15th overall, in a 3-1 win at San Jose to climb to second on the Union's all-time single-season goals list (September 25) ... missed one game due to a foot injury (October 6) ... for Bethlehem, Przybylko has made two appearances (two starts) at forward, scoring three goals ... notched the game winner in Steel FC's opening match of 2019, at Birmingham (March 10) ... scored a brace vs. Charleston (April 13).
2018 (Philadelphia): After a trialist period, Przybylko signed with the Union ahead of the MLS Roster Freeze on September 14, 2018, but did not appear for the club in 2018.
2017-18: (1. FC Kaiserslautern): Przybylko missed most of the season while recovering from a foot injury. He made one league appearance for Kaiserslautern, and three additional appearances for their second team.
2016-17 (1. FC Kaiserslautern): Battling a foot injury, Przybylko appeared 14 times for Kaiserslautern in his second season with the team, scoring twice and adding two assists.
2015-16 (1. FC Kaiserslautern): Przybylko played his first season for 1. FC Kaiserslautern, appearing 30 times in the 2. Bundesliga (seven goals, one assist) while also playing twice in the DFB-Pokal.
2014-15 (Greuther Fürth): Permanently moving to Greuther Fürth, Przybylko made 32 2. Bundesliga appearances, scoring five goals and assisting on four others. He also appeared once in the DFB-Pokal.
2013-14 (1. FC Köln/Arminia Bielefeld): The striker started the year in Köln, making eight appearances for the side, before returning to Bielefeld on loan to close out the year. He scored two goals in his first match back at the team, vs. FC St. Pauli (February 9, 2014), and finished the year with 14 appearances for his hometown club.
2012-13 (1. FC Köln): Przybylko made 15 appearances for Köln's first team in the 2. Bundesliga, scoring once, while also scoring 11 times and adding seven assists for their reserves. He also made two appearances in the DFB-Pokal.
2011-12 (Arminia Bielefeld/1. FC Köln): After a lengthy youth career at his hometown club, Arminia Bielefeld, he debuted for the first team in the 3. Bundesliga, making two appearances. Midway through the year, he moved to 1. FC Köln, where he scored 10 goals in 17 matches for their reserves
Przybylko has represented Poland internationally, appearing at all levels of the country’s youth setup.
Philadelphia Union sign forward Kacper Przybylko, with the transaction occurring ahead of the MLS roster freeze deadline on September 14, 2018.
Name: Kacper Przybylko (pronounced: KATS-pehr Shuh-BILL-koh)
Born: March 25, 1993 in Bielefeld, Germany
Hometown: Bielefeld, Germany
Acquired: Philadelphia Union sign forward Kacper Przybylko, with the transaction occurring ahead of the MLS roster freeze deadline on September 14, 2018
Previous Experience: 1. FC Kaiserslautern (2015-2018), Greuther Fürth (2014-2015), Arminia Bielefeld (2014), 1. FC Köln (2012-2014), Arminia Bielefeld (2011-2012)