Player Details

Name

Tyler Wolff

Height

5' 9"

Weight

154 lbs

Date of Birth

2.13.2003 (19)

Position

Forward

Position Detail

Winger

Preferred Side

Right

Roster Category

Supplemental Slots 29-30

Player Category

Homegrown
2023 MLS Regular Season
2023 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary

Atlanta United signed Tyler Wolff as a Homegrown Player on July 2, 2020. The forward made five MLS appearances in 2020, with his MLS debut coming on Sept. 2 against Inter Miami CF and his first start on Sept. 12 against Nashville SC. 

In 2021, Wolff set career-highs in games played (7) and minutes played in MLS (224). The midfielder finished the season completing 83.1% of his passes. He made two starts, both coming in the month of July against Chicago and Nashville. Wolff also played and started nine matches for ATL UTD 2 in the USL Championship in 2021. He became the first former ATLUTD Academy player to record a hattrick in professional soccer when he scored three goals against Indy Eleven on Aug. 8. The Homegrown finished the USL season with six goals, which was tied for second-most on the team. 

Wolff made five MLS appearances with four starts in 2022, totaling a career-high 255 minutes. He recorded his first MLS assist in the season opener, a 3-1 win against Sporting Kansas City. In July, Wolff went on loan to second division Belgian side SK Beveren for the 2022-23 league season.

Wolff joined the Atlanta United Academy prior to the 2019-20 season and made 11 appearances during the abbreviated season, scoring 14 goals. He particularly shined during the 2019 Winter Showcase in Lakewood Ranch, Florida, where in a span of four days, Wolff scored six goals in three games. He scored twice each against De Anza Force (California), Minnesota United and Portland Timbers, as Atlanta’s U-17s rolled to three consecutive wins by a total score of 12-1.

Off a strong end to the 2019 calendar year, Wolff earned a place with Atlanta United’s First Team during its 2020 preseason training camp at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. He made his preseason debut by coming on as a substitute against Birmingham Legion FC on Feb. 8 and drew a penalty in the second half. Wolff then made his USL debut with Atlanta United 2, starting the 2020 season opener against Charleston Battery on March 8, where he played 62 minutes.

Tyler is the son of former U.S. Men’s National Team player, current Austin FC head coach and Stone Mountain native Josh Wolff.

2022 (Atlanta United): MLS: Made five MLS appearances with four starts in 2022, totaling a career-high 255 minutes. He recorded his first MLS assist in the season opener, a 3-1 win against Sporting Kansas City. In July, Wolff went on loan to second division Belgian side SK Beveren for the 2022-23 league season. U.S. Open Cup: Started Atlanta’s 6-0 win against Chattanooga on April 20. 

2022 (SK Beveren): Challenger Pro League: Made five appearances in league play. Belgian Domestic Cup: Made two appearances. 

2021 (Atlanta United): Made a career-high seven MLS appearances, including two starts in 2021. Finished the season with a 83.1% pass completion rate. His starts came in back-to-back matches in the month of July against Chicago and Nashville. (Atlanta United 2): Played and started nine matches in the USL Championship. Scored his first professional hattrick on Aug. 8 vs. Indy Eleven, becoming the first former ATLUTD Academy player to record a hattrick in professional soccer. Finished the campaign with six goals and one assist in just 636 minutes of action in USL. 

2020 (Atlanta United): Made five MLS appearances, one start. Made his MLS debut on Sept. 2 against Miami. Made his first MLS start on Sept. 12 against Nashville. (Atlanta United 2): Made his USL debut in the season opener on March 8, where he started and played 62 minutes. 

International: Wolff has made nine appearances and scored two goals for the U.S. U-20s. He represented the U.S. U-20's at the 2022 Concacaf U-20 Championship, appearing in all seven matches and scoring two goals. He scored the game-winning goal in the final as the U.S. defeated the Dominican Republic 6-0 to help the U.S. qualify for the 2023 U-20 FIFA World Cup and the 2024 Summer Olympic Games in Paris.