Gyasi Zardes Happily Married To Madison Goodvin & Blessed With Children: Career History, Net Worth & Salary Update

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How often do you witness people as lucky as Gyasi Zardes? Be it a beautiful wife in the form of Madison Goodvin, adorable two sons, the handsomely paid job as LA Galaxy winger or  national team heroics, this American professional soccer player has everything he can probably wish for. And the fact that he has accomplished all of it despite being just a young twenty-four-old lad makes things even more interesting.
Gyasi Zardes Happily Married To Madison Goodvin & Blessed With Children: Career History, Net Worth & Salary Update

American professional soccer player, Gyasi Zardes, who plays for American club Columbus Crew SC of Major League Soccer probably has everything he could wish for. He has a ravishing career as a footballer along with a happy family.

Away from the football ground, Zardes is a family man who is blessed with a beautiful wife along three little bundles of joys in his life. Zardes along with his wife are the proud parents of these little munchkins.

Blessed With Family Apart From Love For Football

Gyasi Zardes, who represents the United States National Team, is currently cherishing his family life with kids and wife. Zardes has been married to Madison Goodvin, a professional athlete herself.

Zardes and Madison share a marital bond which has been in place for more than five years. However, the long-time married couple was together long before they exchanged their wedding vows having first met as student-athletes at CSU Bakersfield. 

The pair shared an intimate chemistry and enjoyed having each other around. Years later, in 2013, the pair tied the nuptial knot in a ceremony in Los Angeles, 
California. The couple was accompanied by a small number of invited guests, along with family and close friends.

In addition to it, they had a special gift from the LA Galaxy fans during his time there. The duo was offered to buy their wedding registry by the fans. 

Gyasi Zardes with wife Madison Goodvin during their wedding in 2013. (Photo:

After tying the nuptial knot, the couple announced that they were looking forward to having a family of their own. Soon after, they had their prayers answered, and the couple was blessed with a baby boy. Madison gave birth to her first son Gyan in early 2014. Just like his father, Gyan had soccer in his blood and loved having football on his legs. 

Also, the pair's family was expanded from three to four after the arrival of a new member. They had their second children, a daughter Maylie in March 2016. The pair soon became parents of another girl after welcoming baby girl Maisie Grace in June 2018.

The family of five is living in delight in their posh house in Los Angeles. 

Meteoric Rise To Stardom

Gyasi Zardes, a professional soccer player who plays as a forward, began his career as a soccer player at Galaxy Academy playing for various age groups. He caught the eyes of seasoned soccer pundits while playing for the U-20s for Galaxy Academy, where he led them to a national championship in 2010.

While playing for the college soccer team as a sophomore in 2011, Gyasi scored 18 times in 20 games helping to lead Bakersfield to a berth in the NCAA Division I Tournament for the first time in their history. 

Later in 2012, Gyasi singed as the homegrown player at LA Galaxy. He made his debut for the first team back in 2013. After scoring goals for fun in the senior squad, Gyasi made Major League Soccer history, by becoming the highest scoring homegrown player in a single season.

Gyasi Zardes' Stats. (Photo:

After a breakthrough 2014 season, Gyasi received his first ever international call to represent his country in January 2015. He made his debut as a substitute in a game against Chile. He scored his first goal for the U.S. in a friendly match against the Netherlands.

After his career at Galaxy, Gyasi, who has an estimated net worth of $198000, signed for Columbus Crew SC in a swap deal. According to previous updates, his salary is said to be of  $472,500 per annum making him one of the highest paid footballers in the states.