2014 (Crew): Has made nine appearances split between the Crew and Toronto FC ... with the Crew, has made two appearances, both as a substitute ... was acquired by the Crew from Toronto FC via trade on June 6, 2014 ... prior to the Crew, in his second season with Toronto FC, Rey made seven appearances – including six starts – through the first 10 League matches for the Reds in 2014 ... he started and played 78 minutes in the match against the Crew (April 5) at Crew Stadium ... made his Crew debut in a substitute appearance against FC Dallas (June 29), and came on again in the second half at Colorado (July 4) ... did not make an appearance in the 2014 Lamar Hunt U.S Open Cup ... made three appearances in the Amway Canadian Championship while with Toronto FC.
2014 (Toronto FC): In his second season with Toronto FC, Rey made seven appearances – including six starts – through the first 10 League matches for the Reds in 2014. Rey started and played 78 minutes in the match against the Crew (April 5) at Crew Stadium. He made three appearances in the Amway Canadian Championship.
2013 (Toronto FC): Rey made 13 appearances – including nine starts – in his first season in MLS with Toronto FC and recorded one goal and one assist. He made his MLS debut in a substitute appearance against the Crew (July 27). He recorded his first career assist in the match against Sporting KC (September 21) and added his first career goal in MLS in the club’s next match, against D.C. United (September 28) in a 4-1 Toronto win.
2012-2013 (Xerez): In one season with Spanish side Zerez, Rey scored three goals in 28 appearances.
2010-2012 (Gimnàstic de Tarragona): Rey’s professional career began at Gimnàstic de Tarragona, also in Spain. In two seasons with his first club, the winger made 54 appearances and recorded one tally.
Rey was acquired from Toronto FC in exchange for Dominic Oduro on June 6, 2014.
Name: Alvaro Rey
Born: July 7, 1989 in Seville, Spain
Hometown: Seville, Spain
Previous Experience: Toronto FC (2013-2014), Xerez (2012-2013), Gimnàstic de Tarragona (2010-2012)