All-time Houston Dynamo roster

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This list comprises all players who have participated in at least one league match for Houston Dynamo since the team's first Major League Soccer season in 2006.[1] Players who were on the roster but never played a first team game are not listed; players who appeared for the team in other competitions (US Open Cup, CONCACAF Champions League, etc.) but never actually made an MLS appearance are noted at the bottom of the page.

A "†" denotes players who only appeared in a single match.

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  • United States Johnny Alcaraz never played in a league match, but came on as an 81st minute substitute in an Open Cup match.[2]
  • United States Chris Aloisi never played in a league match, but made two substitute appearances in the Open Cup.
  • United States Nick Hatzke never played in a league match, but made two starts and a substitute appearance in the Open Cup.
  • United States John Michael Hayden has never played in a league match, but has made two starts in the Open Cup and one in the CONCACAF Champions League.
  • South Africa Mpho Moloi never played in a league match, but made one start in the Open Cup.
  • United States Marcus Storey never played in a league match, but came on as an 81st minute substitute in an Open Cup match.[3]
  • United States Stephen Wondolowski never played in a league match, but made one start in the Open Cup and one in the CONCACAF Champions League.

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  1. ^ Though the Dynamo's original roster was largely taken from the remains of the San Jose Earthquakes, who were defunct for a two-season stretch in 2006-07, the two clubs and their all-time rosters are entirely separate.
  2. ^ Andrew Miller (2008-07-02). "Dynamo make early exit, again: Houston lose to Charleston Battery 4-3 in penalty kicks". Mlsnet.com. Major League Soccer. Retrieved 2009-02-24. [dead link]
  3. ^ Scott Joiner (2006-08-24). "Dominant Dynamo advance in USOC". Mlsnet.com. Major League Soccer. Retrieved 2009-02-24. [dead link]

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