The team’s fourth Designated Player in club history, Bieler was acquired in 2013 from LDU Quito, where he won Copa Sudamericana and Copa Libertadores. A dual citizen of Ecuador and Argentina, Bieler has played professionally in both countries and also in Chile. Nicknamed “El Taca,” Bieler became the second DP in MLS history to score goals in his first two MLS matches.
2013: Started twelve out of thirteen games this season. Scored six goals in Sporting Kansas City's first thirteen games including two consecutive game-winning goals against Montreal Impact (March 30th) and D.C. United (April 5th). He is the fourth Designated Player in team history and the club's first DP to score in his first two MLS matches.
2012: Transferred to LDU Quito. Scored 20 goals in 36 matches and helped lead the team to a third place finish in the Ecaudor Serie A (clinched spot in Copa Libertadores). Scored hat tricks against CD Olmedo and El Nacional.
2011: Loaned out to Argentina side Newell's Old Boys for Clausura and LDU Quito for second half of 2011 Ecuador Serie A season. Scored two goals in 11 matches for LDU Quito and three goals in 13 matches for Newell's Old Boys.
2010: Signed by Racing Club in Argentina where he scored eright goals in 36 matches.
2009: Scored 32 goals in 43 matches in all competitions. Helped lead LDU Quito to Copa Sudamericana title by scoring eight goals in 10 matches in the competition, including two hat tricks. Led the Ecuador Serie A in scoring with 22 goals.
2008: Transferred to Ecuadorian side LDU Quito. Helped lead the team to the Copa Libertadores title and FIFA Club World Cup final (1-0 loss to Manchester United). Third highest scorer in league play with 13 goals.
2007:Joined Chile Primera Division side Colo-Colo where made 11 appearances.
2006: Went on loan with Argentina second division side Atletico Rafaela where he led the league in scoring.
2005: Started his career with Argentina Primera Division side Colon de Santa Fe.