Throughout his career, including six years in Kansas City, Tony Meola was an unstoppable force between the posts.
In Meola's first full season in Kansas City, he completed a rare feat earning MLS MVP, MLS Goalkeeper of the Year and MLS Cup MVP honors in the same year. Meola's 10 saves propeled the Wizards to a 1-0 win over the Chicago Fire in the MLS Cup Final and his 16 regular season shutouts still stand as an all-time record.
The New Jersey native was also a mainstay on the United States Men's National Team, earning 100 caps and appearing in three World Cups. Meola was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 2012.
- 141 games played over six seasons
- 2000 MLS Cup champion and MVP
- 2000 MLS Supporters' Shield champion
- 2004 U.S. Open Cup champion
- 2000 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year (league record 16 shutouts)
- Single-season club record with 129 Saves (2000)
- 100 caps for the United States including the 1990, 1994, and 2002 World Cups