MLS golden glove: Who has the most saves & clean sheets?

MLS golden glove: Who has the most saves & clean sheets?

Major League Soccer has produced its fair share of goalkeepers over the years and right now, the standard is just as high as ever.

Current Goalkeeper of the Year award-winner and USMNT regular Matt Turner is set to join Arsenal this summer, while there is also intense Premier League interest in Chicago Fire wonderkid Gabriel Slonina – as revealed by 90min.

With so much spending on attacking players, it’s quite lucky MLS is stacked with top-quality goalkeepers. Who knows what scorelines we’d get without them…

Check in throughout the season to see which MLS goalkeepers are leading the way in saves and clean sheets:


Goalkeepers with the same number of saves are separated by minutes played.

  1. Kristijan Kahlina, Charlotte FC31 (630 mins)
  2. Alex Bono, Toronto FC – 25 (540 mins)
  3. Zac MacMath, Real Salt Lake – 25 (630 mins)
  4. Aljaz Ivacic, Portland Timbers24 (630 mins)
  5. Bill Hamid, DC United – 22 (450 mins)
  6. Brad Stuver, Austin FC – 21 (540 mins)
  7. Thomas Hasal, Vancouver Whitecaps – 20 (540 mins)
  8. JT Marcinkowski, San Jose Earthquakes – 19 (540 mins)
  9. Will Yarbrough, Colorado Rapids17 (540 mins)
  10. Andre Blake, Philadelphia Union – 17 (540 mins)

Goalkeepers with the same number of clean sheets are separated by saves made.

  1. Gabriel Slonina, Chicago Fire – 4 (15 saves)
  2. Pedro Gallese, Orlando City – 4 (12 saves)
  3. Kristijan Kahlina, Charlotte FC – 2 (31 saves)
  4. Zac MacMath, Real Salt Lake – 2 (25 saves)
  5. Bill Hamid, DC United – 2 (22 saves)
  6. Brad Stuver, Austin FC – 2 (22 saves)
  7. Thomas Hasal, Vancouver Whitecaps – 2 (20 saves)
  8. Will Yarbrough, Colorado Rapids – 2 (19 saves)
  9. Dayne St. Clair, Minnesota United – 2 (16 saves)
  10. Eloy Room, Columbus Crew – 2 (16 saves)

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