Yuya Kubo

Yuya Kubo
Yuya Kubo
Yuya Kubo
Midfielder/Forward
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Real Name: Yuya Kubo
HT: 5' 10" WT: 160
Pronunciation: YOU-yuh KOO-boh
International
Designated Player
Age: 26 (12/24/1993)
Birthplace: Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan
Hometown: Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan

2020 (FC Cincinnati): Made 19 appearances, including 15 starts, scoring a team-high three goals ... started and played 79 minutes in season opener at New York (March 1) ... was replaced by Kekuta Manneh in the second half ... recorded first MLS and FCC goal at Atlanta (March 7) ... became the first FC Cincinnati player in 2020 to score a goal outside the 18-yard box ... recorded second goal of the season against New York (July 22) ...started and played 90 minutes vs D.C. United (Aug. 21) and against Chicago Fire FC (Aug. 25) ... started and played 89 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Aug. 29) ... was replaced by Caleb Stanko late in the second half ... made first substitute appearance and played 27 minutes against Chicago Fire FC (Sept. 2) ... replaced Siem de Jong in the second half ... returned to the starting lineup and played 58 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Sept. 6) ... replaced by Haris Medunjanin in the second half ... started and played 65 minutes against New York City FC (Sept. 12) ... replaced by Allan Cruz in the second half ...  started and played 78 minutes against New York Red Bulls (Sept. 19) ... replaced by Allan Cruz in the second half ... played 22 minutes against Philadelphia Union (Sept. 23) ... replaced Brandon Vazquez in the second half ... played 19 minutes at New York City FC (Sept. 26) ... replaced Allan Cruz in the second half ... returned to the starting lineup and played 79 minutes at Minnesota United FC (Oct. 3) ... was replaced by Caleb Stanko in the second half ... started and played 90 minutes at the Philadelphia Union (Oct. 7) ... led the team with five tackles ... started and played 90 minutes against Toronto FC (Oct. 11) ... co-led the team with three tackles ... started and played 59 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Oct. 14) ... scored his third goal of the season and FCC’s first penalty in the 17th minute ... led the team with three total shots and two on target ... was replaced by Joseph-Claude Gyau in the second half ... was unavailable against D.C. United (Oct. 18) and Minnesota United FC (Oct. 24) due to an injury ... returned to the matchday roster and played 13 minutes against Sporting Kansas City (Oct. 28) ... replaced Jürgen Locadia in the second half ... missed the match against Atlanta United FC (Nov. 1) and Inter Miami CF (Nov. 8) due to an injury ... MLS is Back Tournament: Made four appearances, all starts, scoring one goal ...  started and played 90 minutes in group-stage match against Columbus (July 11) ... started and played 90 minutes in group-stage match against Atlanta (July 16) ... started, played 66 minutes and scored second goal of the season against New York (July 22) ... completed 15-of-16 passes for a 93.8% passing accuracy ... was replaced by Siem de Jong in the second half ... started in the Round of 16 game vs Portland (July 28) and was replaced by Siem de Jong in the second half.

2019-20 (KAA Gent): Made 12 appearances, including six starts, scoring two goals and adding three assists across all competitions … recorded a brace against FC Viitorul (July 25) in first leg of the Second Round of Europa League Qualifying … made first start of the Jupiler Pro League against RSC Charleroi (July 28) … recorded an assist in the second leg of the Second Round of the Europa League Qualifying against FC Viitorul (Aug. 1) … started in first leg of the Third Round of Europa League Qualifying against AEK Larnaca (Aug. 8) … entered the match against HNK Rijeca (Aug. 22) as a substitute in the 89th minute … made final start of the Jupiler Pro League against KV Oostende (Aug. 18) and played the full 90 minutes … made first appearance as a substitute against Cercle Brugge (Sept. 1), entering in the 70th minute …made three consecutive appearances as a substitute against Zulte Waregem (Sept. 22), KV Kortrijk (Sept. 28) and Club Brugge (Oct. 6) … started, scored a goal and added an assist in the Sixth Round of the Beker van Belgie cup match against Eendracht Aalst (Sept. 25) … entered the match as a substitute in the 89th minute against FK Oleksandria (Oct. 3) in the group stage of the Europa League.2018-19 (KAA Gent/1. FC Nürnberg): Made four appearances, including three starts, with KAA Gent across all competitions before being loaned to 1. FC Nürnberg … started two consecutive games in the Jupiler Pro League against Standard Liege (July 27) and Zulte Waregem (Aug. 4) … started against SCR Altach (July 27) in the first leg of the Third Round of the Europa League Qualifying … entered the match as a substitute in the 80th minute against SCR Altach (Aug. 3) in the second leg … made 23 appearances, including 16 starts, and scored one goal with 1. FC Nürnberg across all competitions … made Bundesliga debut and played all 90 minutes against Hertha BSC (Aug. 25) … played the full ninety minutes in consecutive matches against 1. FSV Mainz 05 (Sept. 1), Werder Bremen (Sept. 16), Hannover 96 (Sept. 22) … started against Borussia Dortmund (Sept. 26) … made the gameday roster but did not make an appearance against Fortuna Düsseldorf (Sept. 29) … returned to the starting lineup against Red Bull Leipzig (Oct. 7) … made first appearance off the bench against TSG Hoffenheim (Oct. 20) … scored lone goal of the season against FC Schalke (April 12) … made one start, against FC Hansa Rostock in the Second Round of the DFB-Pokal.

2017-18 (KAA Gent): Made 42 appearances, including 32 starts, scoring 11 goals and adding two assists across all competitions … made 30 appearances, including 25 starts, scoring seven goals and adding two assists in the Jupiler Pro League … made first appearance of the season as a substitute against Sint-Truiden (July 30) … made first start of season against Royal Antwerp (Aug. 6) … scored first goal of the Jupiler Pro League season against KV Oostende (Sept. 17) … scored second goal against Club Brugge (Oct. 1) … scored in consecutive matches against KAS Eupen (Oct. 24) and RSC Charleroi (Oct. 27) … scored a goal and added an assist against Mouscron (Nov. 24) … scored a goal against KV Kortrijk (Dec. 9) … recorded a goal and added an assist against Sint-Truiden (Feb. 10) … made seven appearances, including five starts, scoring four goals in the Juniper Pro League Playoff … Scored against RSC Anderlecht (April 1) after coming on as a substitute in the 79th minute … scored against RSC Charleroi (April 22) … missed the game against RSC Charleroi (May 4) due to yellow card accumulation … scored against KRC Genk (May 10) in return … scored in the last game of the season against Club Brugge (May 20) … made three appearances in the Beker van Belgie cup, including one start … made two appearances, including one start in the Third Round of Europa League Qualifying against SCR Altach.

2016-17 (BSC Young Boys/KAA Gent): Made 28 appearances, including 18 starts, scoring 12 goals and adding two assists across all competitions with SC Young Boys before joining KAA Gent …  scored first goal of the season against FC St. Gallen (July 23) … Scored against Lausanne-Sport (Aug. 20) … scored a goal and added an assist in consecutive games against Grasshopper Club Zürich (Oct. 23) and FC Vaduz (Oct. 30) … scored in a third consecutive game against FC Luzern (Nov. 6) … made 14 consecutive appearances in the Super League before suffering a knee injury … scored in three consecutive games in the Swiss Cup against SC Veltheim (Aug. 13), FC Bazenhied (Sept. 18) and Grasshopper Club Zürich (Oct. 26), including a hat-trick against FC Bazenhied … scored a brace against Shakhtar Donetsk (Aug. 3) in the second leg of the Third Round of Europa League Qualifying … made four appearances, all starts, in the Europa League … made seven appearances, all starts, scoring five goals with KAA Gent in the Jupiler Pro League … scored in debut with Gent against Club Brugge (Jan. 29) …scored in next appearance against Zulte Waregem ( Feb. 5) … scored in the last three games against Mouscron (Feb. 26), Waasl-Beveren (March 4) and KV Mechelen (March 12).

2015-16 (BSC Young Boys): Made 36 appearances, including 30 starts, scoring 11 goals and adding five assists across all competitions … made 29 appearances, including 23 starts, scoring nine goals and contributing five assists in the Super League … made first appearance of the season against FC Luzern (July 25) … scored a goal and added an assist against FC Sion (Aug. 23) … scored second goal of the season against Grasshopper Club Zürich (Aug. 30) … scored a goal and added an assist against FC Vaduz (Sept. 12) … recorded an assist in consecutive games against Grasshopper Club Zürich (Oct. 4) and FC Vaduz (Oct. 17) …scored against FC Zurich (Nov. 1) … scored a goal and recorded an assist against FC Lugano (April 9) … registered a brace against FC Luzern (April 20) … made 28 consecutive appearances from July 25 to April 20 … started in both games of the Third Round of Champions League Qualifying … started in both games of the Fourth Round of Europa League Qualifying … made three appearances, all starts, in the Swiss Cup … scored a brace against SC Kriens (Aug. 15).

2014-15 (BSC Young Boys): Made 39 appearances, including 22 starts, scoring seven goals and adding three assists across all competitions … made 27 appearances, including 14 starts, scoring five goals and adding one assist in the Super League … scored a goal in first appearance and start of the season against FC St. Gallen (July 19) … scored in second consecutive match against FC Aarau (July 27) … made 10 consecutive appearances from Oct. 5 to Feb. 14 … scored against FC Luzern (Dec. 3) … scored a goal and added an assist against Grasshopper Club Zürich (Feb. 14) … scored last goal of the Super League against Grasshopper Club Zürich (April 26) … made two appearances, all starts, in the Swiss Cup … started in the first leg of the Third Round of Europa League Qualifying against Ermis Aradippou (July 31) … made nine appearances, including five starts, scoring two goals and two assists in the Europa League … made Europa League debut against Debrecen (Aug. 21) … recorded an assist against Slovan Bratislava (Sept. 18) … made the matchday roster but did not make an appearance against Sparta Praha (Oct. 2) … contributed an assist against Napoli (Oct. 23) … scored a brace against Slovan Bratislava (Nov. 27) … made six consecutive appearances for Young Boys in the Europa League.

2013-14 (BSC Young Boys): Made 37 appearances, including eight starts, scoring nine goals and adding five assists across all competitions … made debut with BSC Young Boys against FC Sion (July 13) entering the match in the 74th minute … scored a brace and contributed an assist against FC Thun (July 28) … scored in second consecutive match against FC Zurich (Aug. 4) … recorded an assist in first start with BSC Young Boys against FC Aarau (Aug. 10) … recorded assists in consecutive matches against FC Luzern (Oct. 20) and FC Aarau (Oct. 26) … scored against FC Basel (Dec. 1) … recorded a brace against FC Luzern (Feb. 23) … made 30 consecutive appearances before not stepping on the field against Laussane-Sport … returned to action against FC Aarau (May 7) … scored last goal of the season against FC Thun (May 15) … recorded an assist against FC St. Gallen (May 18) … made three appearances, including one start, scoring two goals in the Swiss Cup … scored in consecutive matches of the First and Second Round against Veyrier Sports (Aug. 17) and SC YF Juventus (Sept. 14).

2013 (Kyoto Sanga): Made 16 appearances, including seven starts, scoring seven goals in the J2 League … scored first goal of the season in the season opener against Gamba Osaka (March 3) … scored in consecutive matches against Gainare Tottori (April 21) and JEF United Chiba (April 28) … scored against Montedio Yamagata (May 26) … scored a hat-trick against Tochigi SC (June 29).

2012 (Kyoto Sanga): Made 20 appearances, including 12 starts, scoring one goal in J2 League matches … started and played 90 minutes in season opener at Shonan Bellmare (March 4) … began a stretch of five consecutive starts to open the season … did not feature in match against Avispa Fukuoka (April 1) … made first substitute appearance of season at FC Gifu (April 8) … did not feature in match against Tokyo Verdy (April 15).

2011 (Kyoto Sanga): Made 33 appearances, including 25 starts, scoring 13 goals and adding two assists across all competitions … made three appearances, including one start, scoring three goals in Emperor’s Cup matches … scored goal in second-round match against Sagawa Printing (Oct. 10) … tallied again in semi-final round match at Yokohama F. Marinos (Dec. 29) … scored in Emperor Cup final against FC Tokyo (Jan. 1) … made 3- appearances, including 24 starts, scoring 10 goals and adding two assists in J2 League matches … made professional debut, earned first start and scored first professional goal against Fagiano Okayama (April 24) … scored second goal of campaign at Tokushima Vortis (May 8) … tallied third goal of season at Gainare Tottori (June 5) … recorded first professional brace in next match against Oita Trinita (June 12) … recorded first professional assist against Giravanz Kitakyushu (Aug. 14) … tallied second brace of season against Thespa Kusatsu (Sept. 18) … scored eighth goal of season at JEF United Chiba (Sept. 28) … notched ninth goal of campaign Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo (Oct. 19) … scored 10th and final goal of season at Yokohama FC (Nov. 27).

Personal: Born December 24, 1993 in Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.


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MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2020FC Cincinnati191531284019728210
Career Totals-191531284019728210
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