AC Horsens (Superligaen)
#21 | Goalkeeper
April 14, 1986 (Age: 30)
6' 2", 190 lbs (1.88 m, 86 kg)
After four years between the pipes at Oakland University from 2005-2008, Steve Clark decided to make the leap into the professional ranks. Undrafted by MLS, the Michigan-born goalkeeper signed for the Charleston Battery of the USL First Division in 2009, although he was unable to get on the field. After the season, he trialed at several clubs in England and Norway and eventually put pen to paper at Hønefoss BK of the Norwegian Eliteserien, where he plays alongside Norwegian-American forward Kenneth Di Vita Jensen.
Clark will begin the 2010 season as Hønefoss' backup keeper, but he's expected to compete for playing time immediately.
After three seasons with Hønefoss, Clark made the return Stateside where he signed with the Columbus Crew SC in Major League Soccer. He immediately became the starting goalkeeper. In the 2015 season, he helped the team reach the MLS Cup final, in which they lost to the Portland Timbers.
In January 2017, it was reported that Clark signed a six-month contract with AC Horsens in Denmark.
Clark has not represented the United States at any level.