Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Findley attended Shadow Mountain High School, graduating in 2003. Robbie comes from a strong athletic family producing other professional athletes like the NBA’s Mike Bibby and the NFL’s Shaun McDonald. Throughout Findley’s Professional career he played for L.A Galaxy, Real Salt Lake, Toronto FC, Nottingham Forest in England, and Rayo OKC. During his stint with Real Salt Lake, Findley played an essential role in the teams’ success. In 2009 Robbie became an MLS Cup Champion with RSL. He earned his first cap with the US Men’s National Team in 2007. A few years later he was selected to represent the U.S in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. After deciding to retire in 2018 Robbie wanted to find a way to still contribute to the game he loved so much,2 and that’s how Robbie Findley Soccer Training came about.



Robbie Findley provides speed for U.S. soccer team at World Cup, teammates have benefited from his swiftness.

Steven Goff

During the playoff stretch he showed signs of emerging as one of MLS’s elite strikers.

James Edward

Of course, pace is a key aspect of Findley's game. He has the speed to cause defenders trouble, and he is dangerous against older players especially.

Yoosof Farah

Findley has come on at the right time, scoring goals in the biggest of matches, cementing his spot as the franchise leader in postseason goals scored..

Christopher Kamrani