CARSON, Calif. – Former LA Galaxy forward Herculez Gomez announced his retirement after an accomplished 15-year professional career.
Gomez, a member of the LA Galaxy’s 2002 and 2005 MLS Cup winning squads, ends his career with stops at 13 clubs across the United States and Mexico. The now 34-year-old striker won the Galaxy’s Player of the Year award in 2005 when he notched his MLS career-high 11 goals for the eventual MLS Cup champions.
Gomez spent last season with MLS Cup champion Seattle Sounders FC, making 21 appearances for the league titleholders. A native of Las Vegas, Nevada, Gomez played 24 times for the United States and appeared at the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The former Galaxy striker will now join ESPN as an analyst.
A Facebook post from the forward can be found below: