Przemysław Tytoń

Przemysław Tytoń
Przemysław Tytoń
Przemysław Tytoń
Goalkeeper
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Real Name: Przemysław Tytoń
HT: 6' 5" WT: 195
Pronunciation: SHEM-eh-swahv TEE-tahn
International
Age: 32 (01/04/1987)
Hometown: Zamość, Poland

2019 (FC Cincinnati): Has made three appearances ... started and played 90 minutes in goal in season opener at Seattle (March 2) ... made five saves - tied for most among all goalkeepers in MLS Week 1 ... missed five consecutive matches with a hamstring tendonitis injury ... returned to the bench for match at LAFC (April 13) ... was on the bench for a second consecutive match against Real Salt Lake (April 19) ... returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes at New York Red Bulls (April 27) ... returned to the bench at Philadelphia (May 1) ... made third start and played 90 minutes at San Jose (May 4) ... missed matches against New York (May 25) and Colorado (June 1) because of illness ... returned to the bench at New York City FC (June 6) ... U.S. Open Cup: Started and played all 120 minutes of Fourth Round match against Louisville City FC...recorded first win across all competitions for FC Cincinnati ... claimed three crosses ... started and played all 90 minutes of Round of 16 match at Saint Louis ... recorded five saves.

2017-18 (Deportivo de La Coruña): Made a combined three appearances, including two starts, across all competitions … started in goal for the first leg of the intermediate stage of the Copa del Rey against UD Las Palmas (Oct. 26) … made two La Liga appearances … made La Liga season debut against Real Sociedad (Sept. 10) … came on as a late second-half substitute in season finale at Valencia CF (May 20).

2016-17 (Deportivo de La Coruña): Made 13 appearances, including 12 starts, in La Liga in first season with Deportivo de La Coruña … registered two clean sheets on the season … made Deportivo de La Coruña debut against Valencia CF (Oct.31) … earned first win with the club against Real Sociedad (Dec. 5) … earned first shutout in 2-0 win over CA Osasuna (Dec. 18) … recorded second shutout two matches later in scoreless draw with Villareal (Jan. 14) … donned the captain’s armband in match at UD Las Palmas (Jan. 20) … made final appearance as a halftime substitute against Real Madrid (April 26).

2015-16 (VfB Stuttgart): Made a combined 33 appearances, all starts, and registered five shutouts across all competitions … started each of Stuttgart’s first three matches in the DFB-Pokal … made Stuttgart debut across all competitions in first-round match against Holstein Kiel (Aug. 8) … kept a clean sheet in second-round match at FC Carl Zeiss Jena (Oct. 28) … made 30 appearances and registered four shutouts in first Bundesliga season … made league debut in season opener against 1. FC Köln (Aug 16) … served a one-match suspension after receiving a red card against Eintracht Frankfurt (Aug. 29) … earned first win at Hannover 96 (Sept. 23) … recorded first shutout with the club against FC Ingolstadt (Oct. 18) … picked up third win and second shutout against SV Darmstadt 98 (Nov. 1) … recorded third shutout of the season in scoreless draw against 1. FSV Mainz 05 (Dec. 11) … reeled off a stretch of five consecutive wins beginning against VfL Wolfsburg (Dec. 19) … posted fourth and final shutout of the campaign against Hertha BSC (Feb. 13).

2014-15 (Elche CF): Made a combined 35 appearances, all starts, and registered 11 shutouts across all competitions in season-long loan with Elche CF … started each of Elche’s first three matches in the Copa del Rey … recorded shutouts in both legs of the fourth-round match against Real Valladolid (Dec. 2, Dec. 18) … made 32 appearances and posted a single-season high 10 shutouts in first year in La Liga … made Elche CF debut in season opener at FC Barcelona (Aug. 24) … earned first win at Rayo Vallecano (Sept. 14) … recorded first clean sheet as an Elche player at Getafe (Nov. 8) … kept a clean sheet and earned a win against Levante (Jan. 18) … picked up third shutout against Rayo Vallecano (Feb. 9) … earned second straight shutout against SD Eibar (Feb. 16) … picked up a win and kept a clean sheet against UD Almeria (March 7) … notched sixth shutout in win over Córdoba CF (April 12) … recorded second consecutive shutout against Real Sociedad (April 20) … registered eighth clean sheet against Deportivo de La Coruña (April 29) … kept ninth clean sheet before receiving a red card at Málaga CF (May 3) … served one-match suspension … posted 10th shutout of the campaign in season finale at Levante (May 23).

2013-14 (PSV Eindhoven): Made a combined 17 appearances, including 16 starts, and registered five shutouts across all competitions … made three appearances in the group stage of the UEFA Europa League … earned shutouts in all three contests … earned shutout in group stage win at Chornomorets Odessa (Oct. 3) … notched second consecutive Europa League shutout in scoreless draw against Dinamo Zagreb (Oct. 24) … recorded third straight shutout in Europa League play in win over Dinamo Zagreb (Nov. 7) … made seven appearances for the PSV Eindhoven U-21s and recorded two clean sheets … made one appearance in the KNVB Cup … made six appearances including five starts in Eredivisie play … made Eredivisie season debut at AZ Alkmaar as a second-half substitute … started each of the next five matches … recorded lone Eredivisie season win against RKC Wallwijk (Oct. 6).

2012-13 (PSV Eindhoven): Made a combined 16 appearances, including 14 starts, and collected two shutouts across all competitions … made two UEFA Europa League appearances and recorded one shutout … started and earned a shutout in the first leg of the qualifying round at FK Zeta Golubovac (Aug. 23) … entered as a substitute in group stage match against AIK (Oct. 25) … started in net and earned the win over Ajax in the 2012 Johan Cruyff Shield (Aug. 5) … made an appearance in third-round match of KNVB Cup against EHC Hoensbroek (Oct. 31) … made six appearances with the PSV Eindhoven U-21s … made six appearances, all starts, and registered a shutout in Eredivisie play … made first start in season opener at RKC Wallwijk (Aug. 11) … began a stretch of five consecutive starts … earned first win and shutout of season against former club Roda JC Kerkrade (Aug. 18) … entered as a first-half substitute in season finale at FC Twente (May 12).

2011-12 (Roda JC Kerkrade/PSV Eindhoven): Made a combined 20 appearances, all starts, and registered five shutouts across all competitions with Roda JC Kerkrade and PSV Eindhoven … with Roda JC Kerkrade, made two Eredivisie appearances … started and earned the win in season opener against FC Groningen (Aug. 6) … made last start with the club at Feyenoord (Aug. 13) … was sent to PSV Eindhoven on a season-long loan with an option to buy in August … with PSV Eindhoven, made a combined 18 appearances, all starts, and recorded five shutouts … made three UEFA Europa League appearances and recorded one shutout … earned a shutout in group stage match against Legia Warsaw (Sept. 15) … started group stage match against Rapid Bucharest (Dec. 15) … started the second leg of the Round of 16 match against Valencia CF (March 15) … made three appearances and earned one shutout in the final three rounds of the KNVB Cup … notched a shutout in KNVB Cup final against Heracles Almelo (April 8) … made 12 Eredivisie appearances and recorded three shutouts in first sason with PSV Eindhoven … made club debut in match at VVV-Venlo (Sept. 11) … made home debut and kept a clean sheet against Ajax before exiting after suffering a head injury (Sept. 18) … started each of PSV’s final 10 matches … recorded second clean sheet against VVV-Venlo (March 31) … registered third shutout of the campaign against ADO Den Haag (May 2).

2010-11 (Roda JC Kerkrade): Made a combined 30 appearances, all starts, and recorded seven shutouts across all competitions … made three appearances in the KNVB Cup … earned a shutout in fourth-round match against Go Ahead Eagles (Nov. 10) … made 27 appearances and registered six shutouts in Eredivisie play … made season debut and posted a shutout in season opener against FC Twente (Aug. 6) … earned first win of the campaign at ADO Den Haag (Aug. 15) … picked up second clean sheet against PSV Eindhoven (Sept. 19) … tallied another shutout against FC Groningen (Nov. 27) … recorded fourth shutout of season at VVV-Venlo (Dec. 14) … kept a clean sheet against SBV Excelsior (Jan. 23) … tallied sixth and final shutout of season against Feyenoord (March 20) … missed final six games of Eredivisie season after suffering a shoulder injury.

2009-10 (Roda JC Kerkrade): Made a combined 20 appearances, all starts, and recorded two shutouts across all competitions … made four appearances in the UEFA Europa League qualifying playoffs … made 16 appearances and registered two shutouts in the Eredivisie … made season debut and recorded first shutout against FC Utrecht (Jan. 23) … started each of Roda JC’s final 16 matches … recorded second shutout at NEC Nijmegen (March 13).

2008-09 (Roda JC Kerkrade): Did not make an appearance.

2007-08 (Roda JC Kerkrade): Made one appearance … made Roda JC debut and recorded a shutout in Eredivisie match at Heracles Almelo (March 29).

2006-07 (Górnik Łęczna): Made 15 appearances, including 14 starts, and registered three shutouts during the Ekstraklasa season … made season debut against GKS Bełchatów (July 29) … started each of the first 10 matches … recorded first clean sheet at LKS Lodz (Aug. 5) … earned a shutout and a win against Arka Gdynia (Aug. 19) … registered third shutout in scoreless draw against Wisła Płock (Aug. 27).

2005-06 (Górnik Łęczna): Made five appearances, all starts, and recorded two shutouts in the Ekstraklasa in first professional season … made professional debut at Dyskobolia Grodzisk Wielkopolski (Aug. 28) … earned first professional shutout against Korona Kielce (May 7) … began a stretch of three consecutive starts to close out the season … earned third shutout in season finale against Górnik Zabrze (May 13).

International (Poland): Tytoń has 14 career senior national team caps with Poland since making his debut in 2010, including three appearances at the 2012 UEFA European Championship, which was co-hosted by Poland and Ukraine … In addition, he has played in three World Cup qualifiers and eight international friendlies.

Personal: Born Jan. 4, 1987 in Zamość, Poland.


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YearClubGPGSMINSSHOSVGAPKGPKAWLT
2019FC Cincinnati776300141612061
Career Totals-776300141612061
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