Kasey Keller is a popular retired American U.S. Men’s National Team goalkeeper currently serving at ESPN as a soccer analyst since February 2012. Kasey as well serves for selects such as MLS and UEFA European Football Championship as a studio analyst. Prior to that, he served for the Seattle Sounders FC as a goalkeeper.
Kasey Keller Age
Kasey Keller was born on November 29, 1969, in Olympia, Washington, United States, he is 53 years of age.
Kasey Keller Height
Keller stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 2 in ( approx. 1.88m ).
Kasey Keller Family
Kasey was born and brought up by his supportive and protective parents named Bernie his adorable father, and Deter his caring mother in Olympia, Washington, USA. His mother was his driver before he began driving while playing club soccer. Kasey has not revealed any details concerning his siblings hence it is not known if he has any.
Kasey Keller Wife
He is happily and contentedly married to his attractive wife named Kristin. Kasey and Kristin his beautiful wife exchanged their vows in the 90s’. The lovely duo is blessed with twins named Chloe and Cameron born in August 1997. The adorable family lives happily together in Seattle, Washington.
Kasey Keller Education
He studied at North Thurston High School, and afterward joined the University of Portland located in Oregon. Under coach Clive Charles he played collegiate soccer while still in the University. In 1988, Kesy helped his team to the NCAA men’s soccer final four during his freshman year.
During his senior year, he was the recipient of a first-team All-American. In 1989, he played for the U.S. U-20 national team and for the Portland Timbers of the WSA during the college off-season.
Kasey Keller Salary
He receives an annual salary of $157,000 and this is according to ESPN soccer analysts’ salary.
Kasey Keller’s Net Worth
Kasey has an estimated net worth of $4 million US dollars and his career as a soccer analyst at ESPN is the primary source of his income.
Kasey Keller Career
Kasey is presently serving at ESPN as a soccer analyst since February 2012. While serving as a studio analyst and match for ESPN, he covered the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship on ESPN. In 2014, during the FIFA World Cup in Brazil, and in 2013 during the FIFA Confederations Cup, he played the role of analyzing soccer for ESPN. During the MLS Cup presentation, he served for ESPN as a studio analyst.
He played as a goalkeeper before he began his broadcasting career. He was the first American goalkeeper to become a regular in the German Bundesliga, in Spanish La Liga, and the English Premier League during his career as a goalkeeper.
Keller partook in the FIFA World Cup four times. From 1992 to 1996, he played for the Millwall. From 1992-1993, the Lions Fan voted for him as the Player of The Year during his tenure with the Millwall.
Besides playing for Millwall as the goalkeeper, he as well played for Rayo Vallecano, Fulham, Borussia Mönchengladbach, Southampton, Leicester City, Seattle Sounders FC, and Tottenham Hotspur.