Danny Leyva

Danny Leyva called into US U-20 camp

The Seattle Sounders’ development path notched another honor today when United States Youth National Team coach Mikey Varas called Danny Levya into the upcoming U-20 camp. Currently, in a World Cup and Olympic Qualifying cycle, the U-20s are meeting outside of the international window. That means several of the core players, such as Obed Vargas, are not with this camp.
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Danny Leyva named to U-20 U.S. Men's National Team roster for upcoming Revelations Cup

SEATTLE, WASH. – Seattle Sounders midfielder Danny Leyva has been named to the U-20 U.S. Men’s National Team roster for the upcoming Revelations Cup. The tournament takes place in Celaya, Mexico from November 7-17. Leyva is set to depart following Sounders FC’s Decision Day matchup at Vancouver Whitecaps FC on Sunday, November 7 (3:00 p.m. PT / FOX 13+, Univision-Seattle, Prime Video, KJR 1090 AM, El Rey 1360 AM.)
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Danny Leyva earns honorable mention for top young players in MLS Weeks 28 & 29

The future is bright for Seattle Sounders Homegrown Player Danny Leyva. After bursting onto the scene in 2019, Leyva had a bit of a setback in 2020 due to a combination of untimely injuries and the compressed season schedule. The Las Vegas native has bounced back this year, though, as a steady contributor to one of the best teams in Major League Soccer. The 18-year-old midfielder has already amassed 21 appearances, including eight starts, in MLS this season. According to, Leyva is among the best midfielders in the league when it comes to pressures and interceptions per match.

Homegrown Homecoming: Seattle Sounders midfielder Danny Leyva eager to return to hometown of Las Vegas for Leagues Cup Final

The opportunity to play in a cup final is always a special moment in any player’s career. For Seattle Sounders midfielder Danny Leyva, Wednesday night’s Leagues Cup Final against Club León (7:00 p.m. PT; ESPN2, UniMás, TUDN, 950 KJR AM, El Rey 1360AM) carries even more significance, as it’s his first opportunity to play a professional match in his hometown of Las Vegas, Nev.