Height: 5′ 11″
Birth Date: December 13, 1999
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.
2020 Mar 7 – starts at left back in first match of the year
2020 Feb – signs with Portland Timbers 2 in USL Championship
2019 Dec – MLS College Showcase invite
2018 Nov – Stanley signs NLI with Duke
2017 Nov – Named a Youth All-American by USC
2017 April – U18 MNT call up for Slovakia Tournament
2017 January – U18 MNT Camp
2016 November – U18 MNT Camp
2016 September – U18 MNT call-up for Czech Tournament
2016 September – first SLSG Academy Player to play for STLFC
2016 August – U18 MNT Václav Ježek Tournament title
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
— Aedan Stanley (@astan_13) July 30, 2020
2020 Mar 7 – starts at left back in the season opener, wearing #92
Our first starting XI of 2020 at @PHXRisingFC.
Kickoff at 7:30 MST on ESPN+.
— Portland Timbers 2 (@TimbersFC2) March 8, 2020
2020 Mar 5 – officially announced as a new signing for the 2020 season. Stanley thus ends his college career at Duke although I’ve been told by a reliable source that his original agreement with Duke was for two years plus his option to complete his degree at a later date.
2019 Dec 13 – So. Aedan Stanley has been invited to participate in the MLS College Showcase which features 40 college players who will play in front of MLS Scouts during the College Cup.
2017 Nov 20 – Aedan Stanley named a Youth All-American by the United Soccer Coaches Association
2017 April 18 – Stanley named to U18 MNT squad for Slovakia Cup
A 23-player roster for the 2017 Slovakia Cup, running April 24-28 in Trnava, Slovakia.
2017 January 23 – U18 MNT Training Camp
Called 28 players for the program’s initial training camp of 2017. The camp, which will run Jan. 23-30 at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., marks the beginning of the second year of the group’s U-18 cycle, which consists of players born Jan. 1, 1999 or later. The team last gathered at a joint domestic training camp with the U.S. Under-19 Men’s National Team in November.
2016 November 13 – U18 and U19 MNT Training Camp
The U.S. Under-18 and Under-19 Men’s National Teams participated in a joint domestic training camp from Nov. 5-14, where the teams played an intra-squad match on Nov. 9 and each team faced a USL Premier Development League team on Nov. 13 at Lockhart Stadium.
2016 September 25 – Stanley plays for STLFC, the first SLSG Academy player to accomplish this
Aedan Stanley STL FC vs Energy FC 9/24/16 Oklahoma City, Ok pic.twitter.com/lJgE6J0ALU
— John Hardin (@hardin1_john) September 25, 2016
2016 August 20 – U18 MNT Win Václav Ježek Tournament title
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
SLSG Academy player Aedan Stanley with the U18-MNT in Chula Vista, CA. @ussoccer_acad pic.twitter.com/HlfAfmOKCh
— SLSG Pre Academy (@SLSGusdaMO) April 27, 2016
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
— U.S. Soccer YNT (@USYNT) August 7, 2015
— U.S. Soccer YNT (@USYNT) August 5, 2015
FINAL: USA 2, Faroe Islands 0. U-18 #USMNT starts its run in the Open Nordic Cup with a win
— U.S. Soccer YNT (@USYNT) August 4, 2015
GOAL! U-18 #USMNT doubles up on Faroe Islands, taking a 2-0 lead on a Nick Taitague goal that was set up by Aedan Stanley. 70'
— U.S. Soccer YNT (@USYNT) August 4, 2015
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