Before signing with Saint Louis FC in its inaugural season, Bryan made 14 appearances, 7 starts, and 1 assist with the team that drafted him in 2012--LA Galaxy. He led St. Louis in goals and assists with 4 of each. After his single year stint in St. Louis he moved on to Germany, making 10 appearances with 3 goals for Bahlinger SC in the fourth tier of German soccer and has signed with Kickers Offenbach this season who is also tier 4.
Parker was a standout, hard working player who played for Saint Louis FC in its first two seasons. He played in both the midfield and defense on the left side. Prior to his second season, he was one of the few STLFC players invited to train with MLS affiliate Chicago Fire. Following the 2016 season, Parker was released by St. Louis and consequently signed with Swope Park Rangers.
Sam played every minute for Saint Louis FC in the club and his professional inaugural season. Sam appeared 53 times and scored 4 goals in his tenure with the team and was a fan favorite, winning supporter club St. Louligan's Player of the Year in 2015. Sam was released by STLFC after the 2016 season and signed with Oklahoma City Energy FC.
Richard Dixon was a mainstay at right back in his first two seasons in St. Louis, being equally astute at going forward and defending. Dix notched 3 assists in the 2016 season and made 34 appearances in two seasons with STLFC. Richard signed with Oklahoma City Energy ahead of the 2017 season.
Musa is a player that proved most useful in defense either as a centerback or a holding midfielder that could easily move forward in attack.The New Zealand international has spent some time with Fulham FC but eventually settled in with St. Louis from 2015-2016. He scored many goals as a free kick taker in his tenure with St. Louis FC, but could also get into card trouble missing games via suspension each season. In total, Musa appeared 51 times for the team, scoring 5 goals. James signed with Swope Park Rangers ahead of the 2017 season.
Jordan started 2015 hardly making the game day squad and finished 2016 as an every game started. He really proved himself as a playmaker with a nose for the goal, but shined most in 1 on 1 situations. Jordan was signed by Reno 1868 ahead of their inaugural season, 2017.