Brian Dunseth Biography
Brian Dunseth is a famous American television soccer commentator and former player. Currently, Brian labors as a sportscaster for mainly Real Salt Lake and some games for the Columbus Crew. He was the Co-Founder of The Terrace Club Co. Before that, he worked as a Professional Soccer Player for United States U-20, Captained the 2000 Olympic Team, MLS, and Sweden.
Brian Dunseth Age
Brian Dunseth was born on March 2, 1977, in Upland, California, in the United States of America. Dunseth is 45 years of age.
Brian Dunseth Height
Dunseth is a man of above-average height. Dunseth stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (Approximately 1.85 meters).
Brian Dunseth Family
Dunseth was born in Upland, California, to his father and mother. His father is a guy whose own experiences influenced his upbringing. His parents divorced early in his childhood, and he knew about his father’s orientation at age 11. His biological father, who remained in San Francisco for most of his childhood and adolescence, presented irreplaceable guidance to him at a pivotal point early in his adult life.
Brian Dunseth Wife
Brian is merrily married to his charming wife called Jade. The couple married on Aug 2, 2006. The pair has three kids named Shia who is in 6th Grade at Junior High, Micah – in 4th Grade, and Luca – Preschool.
Brian Dunseth Education
After finishing his primary and high school education, he joined California State University, Fullerton, in 1996. While still there, he was one of the first players to mark a Project-40 contract, in 1997.
Brian Dunseth Salary
Brian receives an annual salary of $65,795. This is according to Real Salt Lake anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Brian Dunseth Net Worth
Dunseth has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars.
Brian Dunseth Career
Dunseth came to the New England Revolution and spent the following four and a half seasons there, before being traded to the Miami Fusion midway through 2001. That Fusion was contracted the next year, and he was taken by the Columbus Crew in the 2002 MLS Dispersal Draft and spent one year and a half there, prior to a trade to the Dallas Burn.
He separated from Major League Soccer in 2004, playing for Bodens BK in Sweden. Brian was nominated as the Best Player of the Norrbotten County that season by a major newspaper. Afterward, he produced to MLS, signing with Real Salt Lake. He played for one year with the club, prior to a trade to Chivas USA for Douglas Sequeira and Christian Jimenez.
Before the 2006 season, he was traded again, to the Los Angeles Galaxy for a draft pick. In the process, He became the first MLS player to be on the roster of seven various teams. He became waived by the Galaxy in May 2006. Over the eight years of MLS, he scored five goals and six assists. He retired from skilled soccer in Jul 2006.
Additionally, he played for Los Angeles-based amateur team Hollywood United in the 2008 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. After retiring from his professional soccer career, he started and still now serves as a sportscaster for mainly Real Salt Lake and some games for the Columbus Crew, the two teams he played for in his professional soccer career.