Ethan Horvath Age, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Height, Wiki, Biography

Ethan Horvath

Ethan Horvath Wiki/Biography

Ethan Shea Horvath is an American goalkeeper who presently represents the US national team and EFL Championship Club Luton Town while on loan from Nottingham Forest. Ethan Horvath was born on June 9, 1995, in the American state of Colorado’s Highlands Ranch, and is 27 years old.

He was conceived by his mother Deana, a high school soccer player, and his father Peter, a college soccer player. Regarding his sibling, he has kept all facts private. Ethan attended and graduated from Arapahoe High School before turning 16 and enrolled at the Academy of Norwegian Side in Molde. He then attended college and university, where he graduated with a degree in sports. His other educational background is unclear.

What is the net worth of Ethan Horvath?

His net worth is thought to be greater than $1 million. The goalie for Nottingham Forest’s elite teams has been his primary source of income since 2013. With his family, Ethan has a typical life. The American goalkeeper keeps the details of his cars and homes a secret from his fans, although he enjoys taking vacations abroad. Some sources estimate his yearly income to be £988,000. With his current team, he earns £19,000 per week, and he has earned a sizable sum of money via sponsorships and endorsements. He wants to add a million dollars to his net worth during the coming years.

Quick Facts


2013 saw the signing of Ethan Horvath to his first professional contract with Norwegian Tippeligaen team Molde under career Molde manager and former Manchester United player Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

On August 10, 2013, Horvath made his debut on a Molde matchday roster. On May 16, 2015, he replaced Ryan Nyland to make his professional debut in the 55th minute.

Nyland left Molde on July 1, 2015, to join Bundesliga side Ingolstadt 04, making 20-year-old Horvath Molde’s starting goalkeeper. By the end of the 2015 Tippeligaen season, Horvath had assisted Molde in allowing just 31 goals, which was the second-lowest total in the league (behind only league champion Rosenborg).

In a 1-1 draw with Ajax on October 2, 2015, Ethan Horvath won Man of the Match. He made ten stops, one of which was a clean Viktor Fischer header.

The next day, he was included in the Europa League Team of the Week. In two-legged games, Molde overcame Ajax, Celtic, and Fenerbahçe. In the final game, Molde made two saves on Robin van Persie and three saves on Nani.

In Group A of the Europa League, Molde took first place. When his performances in the Europa League and Tippeligaen are combined, he hasn’t given up more than two goals in a game in more than two months.

Horvath was unable to stop Molde from losing 1-3 on the overall score in the second leg against eventual Europa League champion Sevilla in February 2016.

Ethan Horvath and Club Brugge of Belgium agreed to a four-and-a-half-year contract on January 3, 2017. He started in goal for Club Brugge in the Championship Playoffs on May 5. In a 3-1 victory over Charleroi, Horvath overcame a goal conceded after mistaking a whistle from the crowd for the referee’s whistle.

In addition to helping José Izquierdo on a punt, he made three stops. In the following match, a 1-1 tie with Anderlecht, Horvath had four saves, one of which came on Youri Tielemans’ penalty kick effort. Horvath continued to start in goal as the season came to a close, helping Club Brugge advance to the third round of the 2017–18 UEFA Champions League qualifying.

At the start of the 2017–18 campaign, he reclaimed his starting goalkeeping spot for Club Brugge. Ten of the first twelve league games he started and won.

Additionally, he began the defeats against AEK Athens and Istanbul Başakşehir in the Champions League and Europa League qualifying matches.

He was ultimately held off the team for the balance of the season and benched, though. It wasn’t until the Belgian First Division A Championship Playoffs in May 2018 that he made his subsequent run of starts. He made three starts in the league playoffs as Club Brugge won the title and advanced to the group stage of the 2018–19 UEFA Champions League.

He started the 2018–19 campaign for Club Brugge on the bench behind Croatian international goalkeeper Karlo Letica, but he quickly earned a starting position back.

In the UEFA Champions League group stage matches against AS Monaco, Borussia Dortmund, and Atlético Madrid, Horvath had three straight clean sheets. When Simon Mignolet joined Club Brugge before the 2019–20 season, Horvath was demoted to the backup position and saw little action from the team.

On July 13, 2021, his contract with Club Brugge expired, and he agreed to a free transfer to Nottingham Forest. On May 29, 2022, at Wembley Stadium, Horvath entered the game in place of injured starting goalkeeper Brice Samba in Forest’s 1-0 play-off final victory over Huddersfield Town.

On July 2, 2022, Horvath was loaned to Championship team Luton Town for the 2022–2023 campaign.

Since he was 14 years old, he has competed for American youth teams at every level. He was chosen for the United States under-20 squad for the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand despite his club’s refusal to release him. He made his under-23 team debut for the United States against Colombia in the CONCACAF-CONMEBOL Olympic qualifying tournament.

After giving up two goals in two games, the United States lost the match on the whole. In June 2016, Horvath was a member of the 23-person American team competing in the Copa América Centenario. Jürgen Klinsmann, the head coach, listed goalie him as one of his “greatest objectives for the future.” Horvath made his international debut for the United States on October 7, 2016, playing the entire match while keeping a clean sheet. America won by a score of 2-0.

He was added to the U.S. team roster for the 2021 CONCACAF Nations League Finals on May 24, 2021. Horvath replaced starter goalie Zack Steffen in the second half of the 2021 CONCACAF Nations League Final on June 6, 2021, after Steffen sustained a non-contact knee injury.

Horvath was crucial to the United States 3-2 victory, making several crucial saves, including one that prevented Andrés Guardado from scoring late in extra time, which would have tied the game and probably forced a penalty shootout. He was then given the title of “Man of the Match” in appreciation for his efforts.


The following list of Ethan Horvath’s individual and international championships:

2014 Norwegian Premier League

2017–18, 2019–20, and 2020–21 Belgian Pro League

Bronze medalist in the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship

2019–20 CONCACAF Nations League

Family, Girlfriend, Relationship

Professional soccer player Ethan Horvath is currently focusing on his career. He continues to put a lot of effort into his career, which has kept him single for the time being because he wants to prioritize it before entering a relationship. Ethan doesn’t want a relationship, marriage, or starting a family to divert him from his goals. It is impossible to get any information on his past relationships or romantic past.

Physical Appearance (Height, Weight)

Ethan Horvath stands 6 feet 3 inches tall as of 2023. He is about 84 kg in weight. He has Brown hair and gorgeous warm blue eyes. His dress size, shoe size, biceps, chest, waist, hips, and other physical characteristics are all unknown.

Interesting Statistics

For two seasons, the father of Ethan participated in the Major Indoor Soccer League.

He won the Norwegian Football Club and the Norwegian Premier League in 2014.

The Belgian Pro League was also won by Ethan in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020–21.

Ethan doesn’t use Instagram or Facebook, but he may be reached on Twitter.

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