Maximiliano Urruti

Maximiliano Urruti
Maximiliano Urruti
Maximiliano Urruti
Real Name: Maximiliano Urruti
HT: 6' 0" WT: 165
Pronunciation: Uh-roo-tee
Age: 29 (02/22/1991)
Birthplace: Rosario, Argentina
Hometown: Rosario, Argentina

MLS Cup :
Supporters’ Shield : 2016
Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup : 2016

2019 : Signed a new three-year contract with the Impact on January 17, with an option year for 2022.

2018: Signed a new three-year contract with FC Dallas on March 28… Finished first on the team with 11 assists and tied for first with eight goals, playing 33 regular season games, including 30 starts, and 2,735 minutes… Started one MLS Cup Playoff game… Scored one goal in two Concacaf Champions League starts… Also started one Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup game… Acquired by the Impact from FC Dallas on December 9, in exchange for $75,000 in Targeted Allocation Money and a first-round pick in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft.

2017: Scored one goal in four starts in the Concacaf Champions League Championship Stage, helping the team reach the semifinals against Pachuca… Finished first on FC Dallas with 12 goals and 2,735 minutes and third with five assists in MLS… Started 31 of 32 games played in the regular season… Named the MLS Player of the Week after recording a brace against the New England Revolution on March 18… Recorded a second brace against Real Salt Lake on May 6… Also started one Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup game.

2016: Part of the FC Dallas roster that won the double, earning the Supporters’ Shield and winning the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup… Scored three goals in five games, including four starts, in the national tournament, including a brace in 4-2 victory in the final against the New England Revolution… Finished tied for first with nine goals, second with 2,482 minutes and tied for fourth with four assists, appearing in 30 regular season games, including 29 starts… Started one Concacaf Champions League group stage game.

2015: Helped the Portland Timbers win its first MLS Cup in club history, scoring one goal in five playoff games… Concluded the regular season with four goals and three assists in 30 games, including 12 starts, and 1,082 minutes… Also scored one goal in two Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup games… Selected by FC Dallas with the first overall pick in the 2015 MLS Re-Entry Draft, on December 11.

2014: Finished second on the Portland Timbers with 10 goals, appearing in 30 regular season games, including 12 starts, and 1,181 minutes… Recorded a brace against the New York Red Bulls on May 24… Also registered three goals and one assist in four starts in the Concacaf Champions League, scoring a brace against Olimpia on September 17. 

2013: Transferred to Toronto FC on August 15, making his MLS debut two days later against Columbus… Played two games with TFC before being traded to the Portland Timbers on September 9, in return for Bright Dike, an MLS SuperDraft first round pick and allocation money… Scored one goal in five games, including four starts, and 314 minutes with the Timbers… Scored his first career MLS goal on September 29, against the LA Galaxy in a 1-0 win… Appeared in two MLS Cup Playoff games.

2012-13: Registered five goals and one assist in 28 Primera División with Newell’s Old Boy, including seven starts, and 809 minutes… Helped the club win the Torneo Final, the second part of the regular season, and appeared in five Copa Libertadores games, reaching the semifinals.

2011-12: Scored seven goals in 26 Primera División games with Newell’s Old Boys, including 24 starts, and 1,893 minutes… Recorded his first professional goal on October 30 against Olimpio.

2010-11: Appeared in two games, including one start, with Newell’s Old Boys, in the Argentine Primera División… Made his professional debut on May 14 against Racing Club.

Part of the academy of Argentine club Newell’s Old Boys, between 2005 and 2011.

Son of Juan Jose Urruti and Claudia Mussa… Married to Ivon and they have one son, Thiago… Has one sister, Lorena.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2020Montreal Impact2231741741100
2019Montreal Impact3127424366542141851
2018FC Dallas3330827351111735311230
2017FC Dallas3231122749510339432710
2016FC Dallas30299248249136421640
2015Portland Timbers30124108233915221530
2014Portland Timbers301210118124715272210
2013Portland Timbers5413140628510
2013Toronto FC200370000000
Career Totals-195147511319032464167215106181
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