Alex Pfeiffer becomes youngest goalscorer in NWSL history in KC Current stadium opener

Alex Pfeiffer became the youngest goalscorer in NWSL history in a thriller, finishing the Current’s fifth goal in the team’s inaugural match at its new stadium., a thrilling 5-4 win over the Portland Thorns.

Pfeiffer came on as a second-half substitute and pounced on a chested-down layoff at the top of the box in the 68th minute to make the score 5-1 Kansas City.

At 16 years, 3 months 20 days old, Pfeiffer beats the previous record for youngest goalscorer set by the Thorns’ Olivia Moultrie in 2022 by about five months.

Portland made things very interesting in the closing stages, scoring three unanswered to make things 5-4, but KC was able to hold on.

Pfeiffer became the fourth-youngest player to sign in the NWSL when she joined the Current last year, inking her deal at 15 years and 338 days old.



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(Photo: David Rainey-USA TODAY Sports)

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