Longtime goalkeeper Luis Robles announced his retirement after 14 professional seasons.
Robles 36, spent last MLS season with expansion Inter Miami CF but his campaign ended in early October due to a fractured arm. He went 3-10-2 in 15 matches.
Robles spent the previous eight seasons with the New York Red Bulls. He sent an MLS record by playing in 183 consecutive matches from 2012-18 during his stint with the Red Bulls and was named MLS Goalkeeper of the Year in 2015.
"My career is full of memories and great stories yet the thing that sticks out the most is the people whom I've met along the way," Robles said on Instagram. "From teammates who put up with me to coaches who challenged me to fans who loved or hated me it's been so much fun. Thank you to my family who have given me everything that I ever needed to succeed."
Robles went 117-81-55 in 253 matches over nine MLS seasons. He recorded 74 career shutouts.
Robles began his playing career in Germany in 2007 before eventually joining the Red Bulls in 2012. He also appeared in three matches with the U.S. national team during his career.