Club Brugge (Eerste Klasse)
#22 | Goalkeeper
June 9, 1995 (Age: 24)
Highland Ranch, Colorado
6' 3", 185 lbs (1.91 m, 84 kg)
Horvath signed his first professional contract in 2013 with Norwegian team Molde having been recruited by Molde manager and former Manchester United player Ole Gunnar Solskjær. He would go on to make his professional debut in May 2015, replacing Ørjan Nyland in the 55th minute of the match. After Molde sold Nyland to German Bundesliga team Ingolstadt 04 in July 2015, Horvath became the team's starting goalkeeper.
Horvath would go on to man the net for Molde in the qualifying rounds of the 2015-16 UEFA Champions League. After the team was eliminated in the third qualifying round by Dinamo Zagreb, Horvath would make quite the impression in the group stages of the Europa League. He would receive Man of the Match honors in the October 2, 2015 game against Ajax which ended in a 1-1 tie. Molde would top their group against others teams such as Celtic and Fenerbache. He and the team would eventually be eliminated by eventual Europa Leauge winners Sevilla in the knockout stage of the competition.
On January 3, 2017, it was announced that Horvath signed with Belgian Jupiler Pro League champions Club Brugge on a four and a half year contract.
Horvath has been a member of the United States national team at all levels of his career. He would finally make it to the senior team when he was named to the 23-man roster for the 2016 Copa American Centenario.
On October 7, 2016, Horvath made his debut for the senior team in their 2–0 win over Cuba.