MLS Career Statistics
Shots(On Goal): 149(69)
Yellow Cards: 1
Red Cards/Ejections: 0
Game-Winning Goals: 4
Game-Winning Assists: 5
Freddy's mother won the Green Card Lottery when he was just 8 years old which allowed them to move to America.
Freddy has eleven (11) career goals with D.C. United.
Freddy scored a hat trick in the second game of the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada against Poland.
He was the youngest player in MLS history when he was drafted at the age of fourteen. That age previuosly beat out BNoby Convey and Santino Quaranta who were 16 when they were drafted in the MLS.
Freddy was drafted by D.C. United in 2004 and played with them until 2006. After the 2006 season he was traded to Real Salt Lake.
Freddy's favorite number is 11. He couldn't wear the #11 jersey for D.C. United because Alecko Eskandarian already had that number. He chose 9 as his number with D.C. United.
Freddy was the winner of the Chevy Young Male Athlete of the Year award in 2003.
Freddy weighs 140 pounds.
Freddy is five feet and eight inches tall.
Freddy attended a private school The Heights School in Potomac, Maryland.
Freddy Adu plays for Real Salt Lake in Major League Soccer (2007).
Freddy scored his first professional goal in the 75th minute of a 3-2 away loss against the MetroStars on April 17.
Freddy grew up in Ghana where he played football barefoot against men three times his age.
Freddy is currently dating pop/R&B singer JoJo.
Freddy became a U.S. citizen in 2003.
Freddy became the youngest professional athlete in modern American team sports history at the age of 14.