No. 10 Jaime Moreno
Current Team: Retired
Professional Appearances: 427
National Team Appearances: 75
Jaime Moreno played in Carolina Challenge Cup five times with D.C. United from 2004 to 2010.
Prior to joining D.C. United, Moreno became the first Bolivian player in history to play in the English Premier League, signing with Middlesboro in 2004. He played 20 games for ‘Boro before signing with D.C. and leading the club to its first MLS Cup in 1996.
Moreno stayed with United for the majority of his career, playing in the nation’s capital from 1996-2002 and 2004-2010. The forward holds records at the Club for games played (329), goals scored (131), assists (102), and game-winning goals (26). While with D.C., Moreno won four MLS Cups, four MLS Supporters’ Shields, two Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cups, the Copa Interamericana, and the CONCACAF Champions Cup.
Moreno was named the the MLS Best XI five times, earned the MLS Cup MVP in 1997, and was named to the MLS All-Time Best XI in 2005.
Moreno earned 75 caps with the Bolivian National Team, appearing in the 1994 FIFA World Cup, the 1997 Copa America, the 1999 Confederations Cup, the 2007 Copa America, and 29 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches. He scored nine goals throughout his international career.