|Full name||Robert David Aristodemo|
|Date of birth||May 20, 1977|
|Place of birth||Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Playing position||central midfielder (outdoor)
2nd midfield (indoor)
|1996–2000||Tulsa Golden Hurricane|
|2002–2004||San Diego Sockers (indoor)||72||(20)|
|2004–2005||Cleveland Force (indoor)||39||(11)|
|2006–2011||Baltimore Blast (indoor)||104||(39)|
|1996, 1997||Canada U-20||9||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21 November 2009.
† Appearances (Goals).
Robert David Aristodemo (born May 20, 1977) is a professional soccer player. A midfielder, he played indoors for the Baltimore Blast from 2006 to 2011, when he announced his retirement before the 2011-2012 season.
Aristodemo was drafted by the Toronto Lynx out of the University of Tulsa in 2001. In his first season with the Lynx he played 26 games and scored one goal and had three assists. At the end of the season he was awarded A-League Rookie of the year as well as Team MVP in his first season. In 2002 he led the A-League in minutes played. In 2004 the Etobicoke native requested a transfer and signed with the Seattle Sounders where he only played eight games before being released. In 2005 Aristodemo returned to Toronto, where he again missed out on the playoffs. Currently he is ranked second in the All-Time assists leaders for the Lynx with 14. In 2006 he helped the Lynx to a team-record 10-game undefeated streak at home. Aristodemo also helped the Lynx reach the final of the Open Canada Cup which they lost 2-0 against Ottawa St. Anthony Italia. On August 20 prior to the match against Rochester Rhinos he was honoured for reaching a career milestone of playing his 100th game for the Lynx.
Aristedemo played indoors for the 2002-3 and 2003-4 seasons with the San Diego Sockers of the Major Indoor Soccer League. He joined the Cleveland Force of MISL in 2004 and played one season there before joining the Baltimore Blast in 2005.
Aristodemo played at the 1993 FIFA U-17 World Championship in Japan, in a team alongside Paul Stalteri and Jason Bent. He then also played at the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship in Malaysia, again with Stalteri and Bent.
He made his senior debut for Canada in an August 1997 friendly match against China. He earned a total of 7 caps, scoring no goals. He has represented Canada in 1 FIFA World Cup qualification match. In 2000 he was part of Canada's squad that won their first 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup, but he did not play.
His final international was a June 2000 World Cup qualification match against Cuba.
Aristodemo and his wife Carrie have a two-year-old daughter named Zallie. He graduated from the University of Tulsa with a degree in exercise science. In addition he coached Towson Highschools girls JV soccer team for 3 years and led them to near perfect seasons
- CONCACAF U20 Tournament - 1996
- CONCACAF Gold Cup - 2000
- A-League Rookie of the Year and Team MVP - 2001
- Profile of Robbie Aristodemo - PaulStalteri.com
- Player profile - Baltimore Blast
- Robbie Aristodemo at National-Football-Teams.com