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TERRENCE BOYD
Germany RasenBallsport Leipzig (2 Bundesliga)
#18 | Forward
Birth Date
Birth Place
Height/Weight
US Caps/Goals
February 16, 1991 (Age: 25)
Bremen, Germany
6' 0", 180 lbs (1.83 m, 82 kg)
13/0
GP
33
S
26
M
2,312
G
14
A
3
YC
8
RC
1
OG
0
Club Career

Terrence Boyd is a German-born son of an American serviceman. A target forward, he came up in Hertha Berlin's system.

Boyd had a successful 2010-11 season with Hertha's reserves, scoring 13 goals. However, when his contract expired at the end of the season, he opted not to re-sign with the club, instead deciding to join Borussia Dortmund's reserve team.

Boyd's performance with Dortmund II was stellar all season, during which he scored 20 goals in 32 games.

The Bremen native was called up to the first team matchday squad in October 2011, but he did not get off the bench in a 5-0 thrashing of FC Köln.

Following the season, Boyd departed the club in search of first team playing time and signed a three year contract with Rapid Vienna. Boyd would score 37 goals in total during his time with the capital team.

In June 2014 it was announced that RB Leipzig completed the transfer for Boyd.

International Career

Boyd only obtained his American passport in early 2011; in May 2011, he joined the US U-20 team for a brief camp in France. He has been an active member of the current U-23 team.

Boyd received a surprise call to the senior national team in February 2012 for a friendly against Italy. He made his USMNT debut when he entered the game late in the second half. Boyd played in his first World Cup qualifier against Antigua and Barbuda in June 2012.

The German regular season is finished, however a pair of American players still have work to do in the promotion/relegation playoffs.
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