Victor Ulloa

Victor Ulloa
Victor Ulloa
Victor Ulloa
Midfielder
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Real Name: Victor Ulloa
HT: 5' 10" WT: 170
Pronunciation: oo-YO-uh
Homegrown Player
Age: 27 (03/04/1992)
Hometown: Wylie, Texas

2019 (FC Cincinnati): Made 26 appearances, including 22 starts, has scored one goal and has added two assists ... was named to MLS Team of the Week bench for his performance in Week 3 ... named to MLS Team of the Week for his performance in Week 11 ... started and played 90 minutes at center midfield in season opener at Seattle (March 2) ... started and played 90 minutes at center midfield at Atlanta (March 10) ... led all FC Cincinnati players with a passing accuracy of 88.4% by completing 38-of-43 passes ... started and played 90 minutes at center midfield against Portland (March 17) ... led team with 69 touches and 53 total passes ... completed 86.8% of his passes ... started and played 90 minutes at center midfield at New England (March 24) ... created two chances ... started and played 71 minutes before being replaced by Caleb Stanko in the second half against Philadelphia (March 30) ... started and played all 90 minutes at center midfield against Sporting Kansas City (April 7) ... had four interceptions, three tackles, led all FCC players with two chances created and completed 86.7% of his passes ... made first substitute appearance of the season by replacing Caleb Stanko in the 76th minute at LAFC (April 13) ... returned to the starting lineup and played 77  minutes against Real Salt Lake (April 19) ... replaced by Fatai Alashe in the second half ... led all starters in passing accuracy by completing 39-of-47 passes ... started and played 90 minutes at New York Red Bulls (April 27) ... led all FCC players in interceptions (6) and passing accuracy by completing 56-of-67 passes ... tied for most tackles (3) and blocks (3) ... did not appear in a match for the first time at Philadelphia (May 1) ... returned to the starting lineup and played all 90 minutes at San Jose (May 4) ... led all FC Cincinnati players in touches (109) ... started and played 90 minutes against Montreal (May 11) ... completed 74-of-86 passes and led all non-defenders in touches (95) ... started and played 90 minutes at Orlando (May 19) ... completed 45-of-47 passes, good for a passing accuracy of 95.7% ... started and played 81 minutes against New York (May 25) ... was replaced by Nazmi Albadawi in the second half ... started and played 90 minutes at Colorado (June 1) ... started and played 45 minutes at New York City FC (June 6) ... was replaced by Leonardo Bertone at the start of the second half ... started and played 90 minutes against the LA Galaxy (June 22) ... completed 77-of-86 passes for a passing accuracy of 89.5% ... started and played 90 minutes at Minnesota United FC (June 29) ... had a passing accuracy of greater than 90% for the third time this season by completing 69-of-73 passes, good for a 94.5% passing accuracy ... made second substitute appearance and scored first FCC goal against the Houston Dynamo (July 6) ... replaced Frankie Amaya at the start of the second half ... made second consecutive substitute appearance and played six minutes at the Chicago Fire (July 13) ... replaced Kekuta Manneh in the second half ... played 12 minutes as a substitute against D.C. United (July 18) ... replaced Allan Cruz in the second half ... completed 16-of-16 passes ... started and played 90 minutes at Toronto FC (July 27) ... started and played 90 minutes against Vancouver Whitecaps FC (Aug. 3) ... recorded first FC Cincinnati assist in a 90-minute performance at Columbus Crew SC (Aug. 10) ... tallied an assist for a second consecutive match in 90-minute performance against NYCFC (Aug. 17) ... equaled previous single-season high ... started and played 90 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Aug. 25) ... created two chances ... started and played 64 minutes at FC Dallas (Aug. 31) ... was replaced by Fatai Alashe in the second half ... missed match against Toronto FC because of a groin injury (Sept. 7) ... U.S. Open Cup: Started and played 71 minutes of Fourth Round match against Louisville City FC ... started and played 70 minutes of Round of 16 match at Saint Louis.

2018 (FC Dallas): Made 27 appearances on the year, including 25 starts … scored one goal on 12 shots and added two assists … started and played 65 minutes in FC Dallas’ MLS Cup Playoffs knockout-round match against the Portland Timbers … started both of FC Dallas’ two U.S. Open Cup matches … made season debut and played 90 minutes at New England (April 14) … went on to start the next three matches … started and played 90 minutes at Minnesota United (June 29) … the first of 19 consecutive starts to conclude the 2018 MLS regular-season … registered first assist of the season against Chicago (July 14) … recorded second assist against Houston (Sept. 1) … scored lone goal of the season against Orlando City (Oct. 6).

2017 (FC Dallas): Made 23 appearances, including 12 starts … added two assists … became just the eighth Homegrown in MLS history to reach 100 career MLS regular-season appearances … started all three of FC Dallas’ U.S. Open Cup matches … made season debut as a second-half substitute against Minnesota United (April 8) … began stretch of three consecutive substitute appearances … entered as a substitute at San Jose (April 14) and against Sporting Kansas City (April 22) … made first start of the year at Real Salt Lake (May 6) … registered first assist of the year against Real Salt Lake (June 3) … began a stretch of 10 consecutive appearances … tallied second assist of season against D.C. United (July 4).

2016 (FC Dallas): Made 32 appearances, including 18 starts … scored two goals … started and played 66 minutes in the first leg of FC Dallas’ MLS Cup Playoffs Western Conference Semifinal at Seattle Sounders FC … featured in all five matches of FC Dallas’ U.S. Open Cup matches … scored the game-winning goal in stoppage time of the second extra time period against the LA Galaxy in the semifinal-round of the U.S. Open Cup … made a second-half substitute appearance against New England in the U.S. Open Cup Final … made season debut as a second-half substitute in the season opener against Philadelphia (March 6) … made first start of the season against Montreal (March 19) … did not play against Portland (May 11) … scored first goal of the season after coming on as a late second-half substitute at Colorado (July 23) … did not appear in only second match of the season against Vancouver (July 31) … notched second goal of the season against Portland (Sept. 3).

2015 (FC Dallas): Made 33 appearances, all starts … scored two goals and added an assist … started all four of FC Dallas’ MLS Cup Playoffs matches … made two U.S. Open Cup appearances, including one start … made season debut and played 90 minutes in season opener against San Jose (March 7) … started the first 26 matches of the season … registered lone assist of the season at Orlando City (July 11) … did not appear against New York City FC (Sept. 12) … scored first goal of professional career at Kansas City (Sept. 18) … tallied second goal in season finale against San Jose (Oct. 25).

2014 (FC Dallas): Made 32 appearances, including 18 starts … recorded one assist … finished the season fourth on the team with 2,365 minutes played … became the first FC Dallas Homegrown Player to play over 2,000 minutes in a season … appeared in 33 consecutive matches across all competitions from May 10 through Nov. 10 … made season debut and first professional start against Portland (March 29) … earned third start of the season at San Jose (May 10) … started the final 24 regular-season matches … tallied first assist of professional career against New England (July 19).

2013 (FC Dallas): Did not make an MLS appearance … led the FC Dallas Reserves in minutes played (1080) for a third consecutive season… played the full 90 minutes in all 12 reserve matches he played… scored two goals.

2012 (FC Dallas): Did not make an MLS appearance … led the FC Dallas Reserves in minutes played (775) for a second consecutive season… recorded one assist.

2011 (FC Dallas): Made one MLS appearance … made MLS debut in rookie year as a second-half substitute and logged nine minutes of action in season finale at San Jose (Oct. 22) … led the FC Dallas Reserves in minutes played (900) by playing every minute of every match… ended the season with two assists.

Personal: Born March 4, 1992 in Chihuahua, Mexico


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Stats

MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2019FC Cincinnati26221194529320040
2018FC Dallas272512172212316010
2017FC Dallas23120120326423010
2016FC Dallas321821639011421120
2015FC Dallas333322915114541040
2014FC Dallas282602365113316040
2013FC Dallas00000000000
2012FC Dallas00000000000
2011FC Dallas10090000000
Career Totals-170136612248865221371160
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