|Current Team:||Inter Miami CF|
|Birth Day:||May 11, 1984|
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He played college soccer at the University of Portland from 2002 to 2006.
Robles was drafted by Major League Soccer club D.C. United with the 50th overall selection in the 2007 MLS SuperDraft. However, he passed up MLS and signed instead with German side Kaiserslautern in January 2007. Robles made his league debut on October 17, 2008 against Rot Weiss Ahlen. He was thrust into the starting role due to an injury to incumbent starter Tobias Sippel and outperformed fellow backup and German youth international Kevin Trapp. In his first season of German football he finished the season with sixteen games played and conceded seventeen goals. Robles missed much of the summer training with Kaiserslautern – which had recently hired a new manager, Marco Kurz – because of his inclusion in the United States squad at the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup. As a result, he entered the 2009–10 season as the backup once again.
In May 2009, Robles was invited to a May 26 – June 1 senior men's national team training camp, his first camp with the full national team, although he was not named to the official roster for the June 3 and 6 World Cup qualifying matches. A week after the conclusion of his first camp, Robles was named to the United States roster for the Confederations Cup. On July 11, 2009, Robles made his debut with the United States against Haiti in the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup, a game which ended drawn 2–2. Robles made his return to the United States national team with a 3–2 friendly win against Iceland on January 31, 2016. He would make his third cap in a 1–0 friendly win against Jamaica on February 3, 2017, but was subbed out after 45 minutes.
On August 8, 2012, Robles was acquired by the New York Red Bulls through Major League Soccer's Allocation Process. Before signing with the club, Robles contemplated retiring from soccer after his offer with the Vancouver Whitecaps fell through. Once he heard that the offer failed, he took a job with a realtor in order to receive healthcare for his pregnant wife. A few weeks later, Robles made contact with the league office and Ali Curtis who entered him in the Allocation draft, where he eventually signed with the Red Bulls. Robles made his debut for New York, starting against Toronto FC on September 29, 2012 a game in which the Red Bulls won 4–1. After first choice goalkeeper Ryan Meara suffered a hip injury, Robles was named the starter for the final four matches as well as the 2012 MLS Cup Playoffs.
After the controversial firing of head coach Mike Petke in January 2015, Robles attended a town hall meeting for season ticket holders with newly appointed Sporting Director, Ali Curtis and head coach, Jesse Marsch. Robles volunteered to attend the meeting to be a voice for the players and to calm the nerves of the supporters. On September 20, 2015 Robles helped New York to a 2–0 victory over Portland Timbers, earning his ninth shutout of the season, and 28th of his MLS career, adding to the club record he set earlier in the season. In this match Robles also became the only player in league history to make 100 consecutive starts for the same club. In a 1–0 playoff victory against D.C. United, Robles became the club's all-time leader for career shutouts with 31. Robles was awarded the 2015 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Award on November 19, 2015.
During the 2016 pre-season, it was announced that Robles had signed a multi-year contract extension with the club. As per MLS regulations the details of the contract were not disclosed. At the conclusion of the Red Bulls 2–1 loss to the Colorado Rapids on April 16, 2016, Robles became the MLS' new Ironman, by setting a new record of playing 90 minutes in 113 consecutive matches. During the Red Bulls next home match on April 25, previous record holder Kevin Hartman awarded Robles with the Ironman trophy. On April 29, 2016, Robles helped New York to a 4–0 victory against FC Dallas recording his first shutout of the season. During a 6-game span in from May 13 to June 22, Robles helped the Red Bulls shut out opponents for 472 consecutive minutes; a streak that would come to an end in a 2–1 defeat to Real Salt Lake. In June 2016, Robles received an ESPY nomination for MLS Player of the Year. On June 25, Robles made his 140th appearance with the club, tying him with Tony Meola and Roy Miller for tenth all-time in club history. On August 16, Robles made his CONCACAF Champions League debut in a 1–1 draw against Alianza F.C. in El Salvador.
On March 11, 2017, Robles set an MLS record for consecutive league starts with 142. Robles has started every league game with the club since his first appearance on September 29, 2012. Robles became the first player in club history to record 50 clean sheets on April 15, 2017 after a 2–0 victory against rivals D.C. United. On October 25, Robles became the club's all-time appearance leader with 199, surpassing former captain, Dax McCarty. The following weekend on October 30, he became the first player in team history to make 200 appearances for the club across all competitions.
In December 2019, Robles joined MLS expansion side Inter Miami CF ahead of their inaugural 2020 season.
Luis had a son named Elliot with his wife Adriana.
|#1||Luis Robles||36||N/A||N/A||United States|
|#2||AJ DeLaGarza||33||N/A||N/A||United States|
|#5||Wil Trapp||27||N/A||N/A||United States|
|#6||Brek Shea||30||N/A||N/A||United States|
|#7||Lee Nguyen||34||N/A||N/A||United States|
|#8||Victor Ulloa||28||N/A||N/A||United States|
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