Harry Shipp Bio, Net Worth, Family, Age, Facts, Wiki, Career, Height

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Harry Shipp

Facts About Harry Shipp

Celebrated Name Harry Shipp
Age 30 Years
Nick Name
Birth Name Harrison Shipp
Birth Date 1991-11-07
Gender Male
Profession American footballer
Agent Wasserman
Nationality American
Genre Male
Awards Won He was honored with NCAA Division I Championship in 2013, Capital One Academic All American of the Year for Men's Soccer, ACC Men's Scholar-Athlete of the Year award and Most Outstanding Offensive Player at NCAA Championship.
Best Known For Mid-Fielder for Seattle Sounders FC
Brothers 1
Sexual Orientation Straight
Salary Euro 250,000
Religion Christian
Place Of Birth Lake Forest, Illinois, US
Siblings 3
Sisters 2
Source of Wealth From Professional Football games
Birth Nation America
Body Shape Athletic body shape
High School Lake Forest High School
Ethnicity White
Eye Color Hazel Brown
Hair Color Light Brown
Wife Maria Kosse
Height 1.75m
Weight 75kg
Jersey Number 23
Horoscope Scorpio
Team Former Club Seattle Sounders FC
Marital Status Married
Net Worth Euro 20 million
Position Mid-Fielder for Seattle Sounders FC

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A Former American Soccer Players who played for Seattle Sounders Football Club for three-season with 10 goals and seven assists and Harry was a finalist for the AT&T Rookie of the Year in 2014 with the Chicago Fire. Harry was honored with several titles on his football career, the "Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Year" award in 2013, Capital One Academic All American of the Year for Men's soccer, and many more during his career. He starts his career playing for the Official youth soccer of the Chicago fire, "The Chicago Fire Juniors North" when he was in high school. He played as a Midfielder all the games. The last club he played for was Seattle Sounders Fc where he attends three-season and announced retirement from professional soccer on Tuesday, June 16, 2020.

Harry Shipp famous for

  • An American Soccer player who played for Seattle Sounders Football Club for 7 seasons in the US.
  • He has scored 22 goals and 24 assists during his career.
  • Attended Canadian Championship Cup, CONCACAF Champions League, MLS Cup Playoffs, USLC, US Open Cup, MLS Cup.

Early Life of Harry Shipp

A former American football player was born on November 7, 1991, in Lake Forest, Illinois, United States of America. Harrison Shipp is his birth name. He is an American Nationality and holds American Citizenship. He is from white Ethnicity. There is no information disclosed about his family but said that he has three siblings, two sisters, and one brother. Abby Shipp and Sammy Shipp are his sisters and Micheal Shipp is his brother who played soccer with him at Notre Dame Club and he is the younger brother of his family. He has gone to Lake Forest High School for his education and he resigns from a football career to do his MBA at Northwestern university's Kellogg School of Management. His zodiac sign is Scorpio and he is Christian by his religion.

Along with his football career, he loves to be connected with his fans, he gathered big fan followers on his social media account. Twitter: Harry [email protected] and has 5789 followers, Instagram: Harry [email protected] and has 3046 followers.

Harry Shipp Career

  • He has completed an outstanding college career by leading Notre Dame to the 2013 NCAA championship and being named Most Outstanding Player of the College Cup. Harry played his debut game for the official youth soccer club of the Chicago Fire Juniors North. After playing with The Chicago Fire Juniors North club he was transferred to the University of Notre Dame and Chad Riley was his manager. No.21 was his Squad size and Euro 50 thousand was his market value at that moment. He has scored 23 goals and 23 assists in 83 matches for four-season there. He was nominated for the prestigious MAC Herman Trophy (Missouri Athletic Club) but lost out to the University of Maryland striker Patrick Mullins in 2013. 
  • Shipp was a finalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy and the Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Year after posting 12 goals and 10 assists as a senior.
  • After the Notre Dame club, he was signed to a homegrown contract by the Chicago Fire where Raphel Wicky was his manager and 31 was his squad no. and he was very much popular and his market value was € 21.13 million. 
  • He made his first appearance for the Chicago fire by playing the full 90 minutes in an away match against Portland Timbers on March 16, 2014. On May 11, 2014, Shipp scored his first goal and his first professional hat trick for the Fire in a 5–4 away victory at New York Red Bulls. He played 33 games for Chicago Fire in MLS Division and scored 7 goals appeared in a game of Canadian Championship game in 2014 season and 3 goals in the 2015 season in the appearance of 37 games including 4 games in Canadian Championship games. 
  • On February 13, 2016, Shipp was transferred to Montreal Impact for general allocation and targeted allocation money. He appeared in 27 games for Montreal Impact in MLS League and scored 2 goals.
  • On December 22, 2016, Montreal traded Shipp to newly crowned MLS Cup champion Seattle Sounders FC in exchange for allocation money. Shipp made his Sounders debut on March 11, 2017, when he started against his former team in a 2–2 draw against Montreal.He was transferred to Seattle Sounders FC on September 15, 2017, and was transferred by Ethan Dubberlaere and his manager was Brian Schmetzer he played as a midfielder with squad no 23. Shipp scored his first Sounders goal in a 3–1 win over New York on March 19, 2017, redirecting a shot by Joevin Jones into the goal.
  • For the Seattle Sounders he played 18 games and scored 2 goals in the 2017 season, he played 19 games and scored 3 goals in the 2018 season and played 22 games and scored 5 goals in the 2019 season.
  • He played for the club for three-season with 10 goals and 8 assists and his highest market value was €950,000.
  • During his football career, he has played for several championships as Canadian Championship, CONCACAF Champions League, MLS Cup Playoffs, USLC, US Open Cup, MLS Cup.
  • He announced his retirement from professional soccer on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. The 28-year-old will be pursuing an MBA at Northwestern university's Kellogg School of Management. Wasserman was his agent for the club Seattle Sounders FC. 

Honors

  • Seattle Sounders FC, MLS Cup: 2019

Individual

  • NCAA Division I Championship 2013.
  • ACC Offensive Player of the Year 2013.
  • First-team All-America selection.
  • Finalist for both the MAC Hermann Trophy and the Senior CLASS Award.
  • Most Outstanding Offensive Player at the NCAA Championship.
  • Capital One Academic All-American of the Year for Men's Soccer.
  • NSCAA Scholar-All-America Player of the Year.
  • ACC Men's Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.

Harry Shipp Net Worth

Harry Shipp's primary income source was his football career. He played for several clubs such as Chicago Fire, Montreal Impact, Seattle Sounders FC, and Seattle Sounders FC 2 as loan for several years. His estimated net worth as of 2020 is approx. € 20 million.

Harry Shipp Personal Life

Shipp is a married man and he is straight to sexual orientation. At the end of 2016, Harry proposed to his long-time girlfriend Maria Kosse, whom he met while at Notre Dame. There is no information about his marriage date but says that they were married somewhere in the year 2018.

How tall is Harry Shipp?

As he was a professional football player, he has an athletic body. He is 1.75m tall and weighs 75kg. He has a light brown color of Hair and brown hazel is his eye color.

Did You Know?

  • An American Soccer player who played for Seattle Sounders Football Club for 7 seasons in the US.
  • He has scored 22 goals and 24 assists during his career.
  • Attended Canadian Championship Cup, CONCACAF Champions League, MLS Cup Playoffs, USLC, US Open Cup, MLS Cup.
  • He was honored with NCAA Division I Championship in 2013
  • He was also honored with capital One Academic All American of the Year for Men's Soccer, ACC Men's Scholar-Athlete of the Year award and Most Outstanding Offensive Player at NCAA Championship.