|Full name||Christopher Agorsor|
|Date of birth||September 1, 1990|
|Place of birth||Severn, Maryland, United States|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|2007–2008||Baltimore Bays Chelsea|
|2011||Real Salt Lake||1||(0)|
|2007||United States U18||3||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of August 9, 2012.
† Appearances (Goals).
Youth and college
In high school he scored 24 goals with eight assists in 15 matches in his junior season also his last, helping his high school team to a Top 5 national ranking in the fall. He was named the Baltimore Sun Player of the Year, despite missing nearly 10 matches Also won Gatorade Player of The Year for soccer. In his sophomore season he had 21 goals and was named to the Baltimore All Metro Team just like in 2007. Agorsor played college soccer at the University of Virginia but, after a promising start to his college career, suffered a serious knee injury in 2008. Agorsor recovered from this injury and returned to University of Virginia for his sophomore year. Before joining MLS, he spent some time training with Man United and Nacional in Portugal. He also spent the time before his lottery into MLS training with the Philadelphia Union.
In February 2011, Agorsor signed a contract with Major League Soccer and was allocated to the Philadelphia Union via a weighted lottery on 14 February 2011. Agorsor was waived by the team in June, before making any appearances with the first team.
After his release from Philadelphia, Agorsor went on trial with Real Salt Lake during June and July 2011. Agorsor signed with Salt Lake on July 20, 2011. He made his professional debut on October 6, 2011 during a 3-0 defeat against Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
Agorsor is eligible to play for the US National Team as well as the national team of Ghana. He prefers to be called Christopher and was born September 1, 1990 as opposed to January 9, 1990 which is often reported incorrectly as his actual date of birth.
- "Union Part Ways with Forward Chris Agorsor". 2011-06-02.