Bruce Arena's career by the numbers

Bruce Arena is widely considered to be the best soccer coach the U.S. has ever produced. A lot of people told us as much. Here's his career haul in numbers:

ARENA'S RECORD

COLLEGE

Puget Sound: 5-7-0 (1 year)

Virginia: 295-59-31 (18 years)

Total: 296-58-31 (19 years)

MLS

D.C. United

Regular Season: 61-35 (12-10 SO)
Playoffs: 14-3 (3-0 SO)
U.S. Open Cup: 5-0-2
CONCACAF Champions' Cup: 4-1-1
InterAmerican Cup: 1-1-0
Total 85-40-3

New York Red Bulls

Regular Season: 16-16-10
Playoffs: 0-2-2
U.S. Open Cup: 0-1-0
Total 16-19-12

LA Galaxy

Regular season: 125-70-79
Playoffs: 15-6-3
U.S. Open Cup: 8-7-1
CONCACAF Champions League: 15-9-6
Total 163-92-89

Overall

Regular season: 202-121-89
Playoffs: 29-11-5
U.S. Open Cup: 13-8-3
CONCACAF Champions Cup/League: 19-10-7
InterAmerican Cup: 1-1-0
Total 264-151-104

INTERNATIONAL

U.S. U-23: Overall: 17-16-6 (Olympics: 1-1-1)

U.S. men's national team

Overall: 71-30-29
World Cup: 2-4-1
World Cup qualifying: 20-6-8
CONCACAF Gold Cup: 14-1-4
FIFA Confederations Cup: 3-4-1

IN TOTAL

MLS

MLS:  202-121-89 (Playoffs: 29-11-5)
Other competitions: 33-19-10
College: 300-66-31
U.S. U-23s: 17-16-6
U.S. national team: 70-30-29
Total: 650-266-170

Arena's Career

Bruce Arena started out as an assistant coach at Cornell in 1973. His head-coaching career is as follows:

ARENA'S HONORS

D.C. United

MLS Cup champion: 2 (1996-97)
Supporters' Shield: 1 (1997)
Eastern Conference regular-season champion: 2 (1997-98)
Eastern Conference champion: 3 (1996-97-98)
U.S. Open Cup champion: 1 (1996)
InterAmerican Cup: 1 (1998)
MLS Coach of the Year: 1 (1997)

LA Galaxy

MLS Cup champion: 3 (2011-12-14)
Supporters' Shield: 2 (2010-11)
Western Conference regular-season champion: 3 (2009-10-11)
Western Conference champion: 4 (2009-11-12-14)
MLS Coach of the Year: 2 (2009-11)

U.S. national team

CONCACAF Gold Cup: 2 (2002-05)

University of Virginia

NCAA Division I champion: 5 (1989-91-92-93-94)
Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season titles: 9 (1983-84-86-87-88-90-91-92-95)
Atlantic Coast Conference tournament titles: 6 (1988-91-92-93-94-95)
ACC Coach of the Year: 7 (1979-84-86-88-89-91-95)
NSCAA Division I Mid-Atlantic Regional Coach of the Year: 2 (1983-84)

Others

National Soccer Hall of Fame: Inducted 2010
U.S. Soccer Werner Fricker Builder Award: 2015