|Full name||Anthony Petch Ampaipitakwong|
|Date of birth||14 June 1988|
|Place of birth||Carrollton, Texas, U.S.|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2003–2005||IMG Soccer Academy|
|2011–2012||San Jose Earthquakes||12||(0)|
|2004||United States U17||4||(1)|
*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of March 17, 2013
Anthony was born in Carrollton, Texas. His mother is American and his father is Thai. From 2003–05, Ampaipitakwong was a part of the United States U-17 national team Residency program in Bradenton, Florida.
College and amateurEdit
While a student at the University of Akron, Ampaipitakwong helped the Akron Zips men's soccer team, coached by Caleb Porter, to their first national championship in 2010 with a win in the College Cup Final against Louisville. He was on the Hermann Trophy Watch List and was a College Soccer News Preseason All-American. He was a co-captain on a team that lost two games over two years. He was a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) First Team All-American and a Soccer America MVP First Team selection in 2009. He was the winner of the NCAA Senior CLASS Award in 2010.
Ampaipitakwong started all 93 games he appeared in over his four-year career at Akron, scoring 17 goals with 30 assists. In his senior season, he scored three goals and had a career high 11 assists.
During his college years Ampaipitakwong also played with the Bradenton Academics in the USL Premier Development League, scoring 6 goals in 45 league appearances over four seasons with the team.
Ampaipitakwong was selected by the San Jose Earthquakes in the second round of the 2011 MLS SuperDraft (33rd overall). He signed with the club on March 1, 2011, and made his professional debut on March 19 in the first game of the 2011 MLS season, a 1–0 loss to Real Salt Lake. In June 2012, Ampaipitakwong signed a 2.5 year contract with Thai Premier League side Buriram United. In the second leg of the 2013 Thai Premier League Ampaipitakwong was bought from Buriram United by Bangkok United and signed a 2.5 year deal.
On 19 March 2022, Ampaipitakwong came to watch the Thai League game, where Bangkok United beat Chiangrai United 3-0 before bid farewell to teammates and club fans after deciding to officially retired from professional footballer and will travel back to his hometown in Carrollton, Texas, USA.
Ampaipitakwong represented the US Under-17 national team.
He was represented Thailand national football team, as his father is Thai. He played his first match with the Thai national team in the match against Qatar on March 17, 2013.
- As of 3 April 2021
|San Jose Earthquakes||2011||12||0||2||0||—||—||14||0|
- As of November 12, 2015
University of AkronEdit
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