FC Dallas re-acquired Atiba Harris by selecting him in the second stage of the 2014 MLS Re-Entry Draft on Dec. 18, 2014.
2016: Appeared in 28 regular season games, four U.S. Open Cup games and three CONCACAF Champions League games… FC Dallas finished the season with an 11-6-5 record in matches he started… Scored one goal and had two assists… His one regular-season goal came in a 4-2 win over New England on May 21… Scored in two CONCACAF Champions League games… On Aug. 24, scored against Real Estelí with an assist from Rosales in the seventh minute that resulted in a draw
2015: Converted from the midfield to right back in Oscar Pareja’s 4-2-3-1 system… FC Dallas finished the season with a 12-6-2 record in matches he started… Scored two goals and had two assists… In matches Harris started, FCD earned eight of its franchise-record 13 shutouts in those games… Team finished the season with a 1.00 GAA when Harris was part of the starting 11
2014: Was San Jose’s second leading scorer with four goals… Also had two assists in 24 appearances.
2013: Had five goals and one assist in 29 appearances for Colorado ... Two of those goals were game-winners while his lone assist was also a game-winner... Scored a brace in a 2-2 draw against FC Dallas on June 1 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.
2012: Overcoming a long-term knee injury… Made his first MLS appearance in nearly a year when he started in Whitecaps FC’s 0-0 draw at Philadelphia Union on Mar. 31... Scored his first goal of the season in the first leg of Whitecaps FC’s Amway Canadian Championship semifinal, as Vancouver won 2-0 at North American Soccer League side FC Edmonton on May 2.
2011: A knee injury restricted Harris to just five starts for Whitecaps FC… Was still one of five ‘Caps players to score two or more goals… Had a goal and two assists in Vancouver's inaugural MLS match
2010: Played a key role in leading FC Dallas to the MLS Cup final… Started all but one of his 29 regular season appearances… Scored four goals… In the MLS Cup Playoffs, Harris appeared in the first leg of the Western Conference Semifinals on Oct. 30, as FC Dallas won 2-1 at home to Real Salt Lake... Started the 3-0 victory at MLS Supporters' Shield winners Los Angeles Galaxy in the Western Conference Final on Nov. 14… Started the MLS Cup final versus Eastern Conference champions Colorado Rapids at BMO Field in Toronto, Ontario, on Nov. 21... Whitecaps FC acquired the midfielder in the 2010 MLS Expansion Draft
2009: Scored twice during his second season with Chivas USA… On July 19, the midfielder was traded to FC Dallas in exchange for midfielder Marcelo Saragosa… Started all 12 of his regular season appearances… First FC Dallas goal came in a remarkable 6-3 victory at Los Angeles Galaxy on Sept. 12
2008: In Dec. 2007, Real Salt Lake traded Harris to Chivas USA for a third-round pick in the 2008 MLS SuperDraft… In 28 regular season appearances, Harris scored three goals… In the MLS Cup Playoffs, the midfielder appeared in the first-leg defeat at RSL
2007: Recorded one assist in 21 appearances
2006: Became the first player from Saint Kitts and Nevis to sign for MLS when he joined RSL… Scored four goals and added one assist in 22 regular season appearances
2005: After spells in England and Spain, spent portions of the 2004-05 seasons in the Saint Kitts and Nevis Premier League with St. Peters FC.
2003-04: Following his time in England with Newcastle United FC, Harris moved to Spanish second division side Cádiz… Was loaned to Club Deportivo Linares in the Spanish third division
2002: Joined Newcastle United FC as a 17-year-old... Remained with the BPL club before moving to Spain with Cádiz Club de Fútbol.
Represented Saint Kitts and Nevis at every level since the age of 13… As a 15-year-old, Harris made his senior international debut for Saint Kitts and Nevis in 2000... Has nine goals in 27 appearances for the Caribbean nation… Played the full 90 minutes in five matches, scoring twice in 2015… St. Kitts went 2-2-1 in matches Harris competed in last season, including 1-1-1 in 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying…Played three CONCACAF World Cup Qualifier games in 2015, scoring a goal against El Salvador and Turks and Caicos… Retired from Saint Kitts and Nevis in 2016 after 13 years with the senior team and over 60 caps.
Hailing from Basseterre on the island of St. Kitts, Harris is one of four children to be raised in the capital of Saint Kitts and Nevis… Has a wife named Rachael and a daughter named Laila... Has a cousin in Aston Villa defender Micah Richards... An avid music listener, the midfielder's favorite music genres are hip hop, reggae, and rhythm & blues. Is a fan of English Premier League giants Chelsea FC.