Where’s Wondo? Soccer Star Chris Wondolowski Selling San Ramon Home

Over the past decade, no one has dominated the soccer pitch quite like Chris Wondolowski.

Now, he’s hoping to score another goal on the real estate market.

Wondolowski, who plays for the San Jose Earthquakes, is selling his San Ramon, CA, home for $964,000. He bought the home for $621,000 in 2011—the same year he made his first appearance on the U.S. men’s soccer team.

The four-bedroom, three-bathroom house has been recently remodeled, according to the listing. It sits on a 5,300-square-foot lot just four miles away from Wondo’s hometown of Danville.

The home’s recent remodel includes work on the kitchen, bathrooms, crown molding, and wood floors. Inside, the open floor plan boasts a family room with high ceiling and a kitchen with breakfast bar.

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Outside, there’s lush landscaping and a large, covered patio. A pool, clubhouse, and tennis courts are part of the community features and amenities.

Wondolowski ranks fourth in Major League Soccer history with 122 career goals. He’s the only player in league history to have scored double-digit goals in seven straight seasons.

The forward is also a two-time winner of the MLS Golden Boot,  a three-time member of the league’s Best XI teams, the 2012 MLS MVP, and a four-time MLS All-Star.

Thanks to his MLS success, he’s been on the U.S. Men’s National Team roster cycle since 2011. In 35 appearances with the USMNT, he’s scored 11 goals, including a famous hat trick performance in 2013 wearing a kit that misspelled his last name on the back. Let’s hope his name is spelled correctly on the sales paperwork!

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