ATLANTA —Atlanta United today announced it has loaned Homegrown midfielder Tyler Wolff to second division Belgium side SK Beveren for the 2022-23 league season.
Wolff signed as a Homegrown player in July 2020 after starring in Atlanta United’s Academy. He’s made 17 MLS league appearances for Atlanta United and recorded his first career assist earlier this year in a 3-1 victory against Sporting KC. He’s also played 10 matches for ATL UTD 2 during his professional career and became the first former ATL UTD Academy product to record a pro hattrick on Aug. 8, 2021 against Indy Eleven.
SK Beveren finished third in Belgian’s Challenger Pro League during the 2021-22 season, narrowly missing promotion to the Jupiler Pro League.
Most recently, Wolff helped the U.S. U-20 team win the 2022 Concacaf U-20 Championship, scoring the game-winning goal in the final against the Dominican Republic. The victory helped the U.S. U-20 side qualify for the 2023 U-20 FIFA World Cup and the 2024 Summer Olympic Games in Paris.
2022 Atlanta United roster (as of July 7, 2022)
Goalkeepers (6): Dylan Castanheira+, Justin Garces*, Raúl Gudiño, Brad Guzan+, Rocco Ríos Novo^^, Bobby Shuttleworth
Defenders (12): Mikey Ambrose, George Campbell, Alex De John, Alan Franco, Andrew Gutman, Ronald Hernández, Brooks Lennon, Efrain Morales*, Juan José Purata^^^, Miles Robinson, Bryce Washington, Caleb Wiley
Midfielders (11): Thiago Almada, Osvaldo Alonso+, Ezequiel Barco, Erik Centeno, Emerson Hyndman, Franco Ibarra, Marcelino Moreno, Matheus Rossetto, Amar Sejdic, Santiago Sosa, Tyler Wolff**
Forwards (7): Luiz Araújo, Machop Chol, Ronaldo Cisneros^, Jackson Conway, Dom Dwyer, Erik López*, Josef Martínez
*-On loan to Atlanta United 2
**-On loan to Club Atlético River Plate
*-On loan to Club Atlético Banfield
**-On loan to SK Beveren
^-On loan from Chivas Guadalajara
^^ On loan from Club Atlético Lanús
^^^ On loan from Tigres UANL
+- On Season-Ending Injury List