Sunday, November 23, 2014

End of Season Stats

Here are some stats from the 2014 Sporting KC season for you.

In all competitions over the last two years, including national team action, Matt Besler played 7,281 the most in any two year span for an Kansas City player.

In terms of just minutes for Sporting KC, Seth Sinovic also set a team record over the last two years, playing 7,208 in all competitions in the 2013 and 2014 seasons.

KC was 6-5-6 in league play at home this year. The six league wins at home are the fewest since 2009 when KC won just four games at home.

The 21 goals conceded at home in league play was the most conceded at home since conceding 24 in 2006. The 25 in all competitions is the most since conceding 25 in 2006.

KC was 8-8-1 in league play on the road this year. The one away draw is the fewest in KC history.

KC was 8-11-2 in all competitions away from home, that's the most road losses since they lost 11 in 2006.

The 26 goals scored on the road in all competitions is the most since the team scored 30 in all competitions on the road in 2005.

The 30 goals conceded on the road in all competitions is the most since they conceded 31 in 2007.

Sporting conceded 55 goals in all competitions this year, that's the most conceded in one season since conceding 68 in 2002.

Dom Dwyer's 7 PK goals is the most in a single season since Preki scored 7 in 1996 (both were 7 of 8 from the spot in league play).

Dwyer also set team records for goals in a season in league play (22) and in all competitions (24).

Toni Dovale set a club record for international goals in a season with 3.

Bradley Wright-Phillips scored six goals against KC in all competitions this year. That's a club record for a single player. The previous record had been 5, held by seven players.

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