Luis Felipe

    All-time

  • matches played 16
  • goals 0
  • assists 1
  • Last appearance (days ago) 357

With a height of 1.85m, Luis Felipe exceeds San Jose Earthquakes's mean tallness by 6. English midfielder Luis Felipe, who is currently under contract to San Jose Earthquakes in United States of America, joined the club December 14, 2017. Having been born in 1996, on January 29, his age of 23 makes him junior to the average player of San Jose Earthquakes. In Desert Diamond Cup (United States of America), San Jose Earthquakes is in tenth position and in Major League Soccer (United States of America) of group Western Conference they are in twelfth place.

So far in the 2018/2019 season, Luis Felipe competed in 13 fixtures. Obviously, he had a couple of bad seasons. In Major League Soccer 2018 he had difficulties with multiple penalties and scoring a single goal,. Weighing 165.35lb, he equals the average player on San Jose Earthquakes. Luis Felipe reached the 14 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being 15 days ago. Before joining San Jose Earthquakes, he impressed at Minnesota United FC, Reno 1868 FC and Fort Lauderdale Strikers.

He is playing as midfielder in San Jose Earthquakes together with Jackson Yueill, Kevin Partida, Judson, Gilbert Fuentes, Tommy Thompson, Florian Jungwirth, Anibal Godoy, Vako Qazaishvili, Magnus Eriksson, Siad Haji, Paul Marie, Shea Salinas and Eric Calvillo. Luis Felipe received six penalties throughout his entire career (of which 5 where yellow). In the current playtime, he caught 4 yellow cards. On the whole, he joined the pitch three times and left it two times after the start of the match. In the present term, he left as many games before the final whistle as he joined after match start.

With each day at San Jose Earthquakes, he is extending his personal record stay with a club which counts one year and 5 months for the time being. At San Jose Earthquakes, Luis Felipe is the owner of jersey number 96. So far this season, he tied 100% in Desert Diamond Cup and lost 80% of San Jose Earthquakes's matches in Major League Soccer. Unfortunately they did not manage to wrap up a single fixture, but at least tied once. His shortest stay in a club was seven months in Reno 1868 FC (United States of America).

(Last edited May 10, 2019)