Aedan Stanley, USYNT & SLSG Academy (1999)

Academy Derby Ends in Draw for U16 St. Louis Scott Gallagher

Aedan Stanley, SLSG Missouri Academy in derby vs Illinois, 14 May 2015


Current Club: n/
College: n/a
High School: Columbia (IL) (2018)
Club: SLSG Missouri Academy
Twitter: @AedanAsta
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Height: 5′ 11″
Weight: 175
Birth Date: December 13, 1999
Birthplace:

Aedan is a 1999 birth year player who’s participation with the U18 MNT at this stage could potentially earn a spot on the U.S. U-20 squad that will play in the 2017 CONCACAF U-20 Championship in Nicaragua with the aim of gaining a berth at the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup in South Korea.

HIGHLIGHTS
2016 September – U18 MNT call-up for Czech Tournament
2016 September – first SLSG Academy Player to play for STLFC
2016 May – signs Academy contract with STLFC
2016 April – U18 MNT California Camp
2016 March – U18 MNT Argentina Camp
2015 December – AS Roma Disney Camp
2015 October – Initial U18 MNT Camp

2016 September 25 – Stanley plays for STLFC, the first SLSG Academy player to accomplish this

2016 August 8 – Stanley named to U18 Team competing in the Vaclav Jezek Tournament in the Czech Republic

2016 August – Stanley participate in U18 MNT Czech trip

2016 May 21 – STLFC sign Stanley and Wan Kamal
The duo become the first St. Louis Scott Gallagher Academy players to sign Academy contracts (maintaining their amateur status) with Saint Louis FC.

2016 April – Stanley joins U18 MNT California Camp

2016 March – Stanley called in for Argentina Camp

2016 January – Aedan was NOT called into the California Camp, the first for new Head Coach Omad Namazi. Only 12 of the 36 had previous experience. He has been called in for every camp/tournament since that time. GK Seth Steibel of SLSG MO USDA was called in.

2016 October – Stanley, along with Gabe Kash and Jack Maher, called into initial U18 MNT Camp

US loses 1-2 in final group game, Aedan captains


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2015 July 28 – Stanley named to U18 Roster for Nordic Cup
20-man roster that will head to Sweden for the 2015 Open Nordic Cup Tournament from July 30-Aug. 10

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