FC Dallas signs goalkeeper Kyle Zobeck on February 21, 2018.
2019: Started in five matches for North Texas Soccer Club, conceding only three goals in 450 minutes. Saved 21 out of 24 shots throughout his five games played, giving him a 0.60 GAA and a club-high 87.5% save success rate. Marked five clearances, four punches, and collected two clean sheets in the five games he played with NTSC. Started in goal for North Texas Soccer Club on May 11 vs. Orlando City B; North Texas won 4-1. Made seven saves in the USL League One Final to help North Texas Soccer Club win 1-0 against Greenville Triumph on Oct. 19. One of his saves against the Greenville Triumph on Oct. 19 was selected as save of the month for October and was nominated for Save of the Year. Made the 18-man roster six times for FC Dallas. Played for FC Dallas in a friendly against Club Tijuana where he made five saves for the club.
2018: Included in the FC Dallas 18-man squad nine times. 28-year-old goalkeeper was originally selected by FC Dallas in the second round of the 2013 MLS Supplemental Draft.
2014: Zobeck joined NASL side, New York Cosmos ahead of the 2014 season and made his professional debut vs. Minnesota United on Aug. 23, 2014. He finished the 2014 season with a 1-2-1 record after making 10 saves. Zobeck won a NPSL championship with New York Cosmos B in 2015 and NASL championship in 2016 .
Zobeck played four seasons at Valparaiso, where he put together the best goalkeeping season in program history as a redshirt junior in 2011. That season the Iowa native posted a GAA of 0.66 in 20 games, recording 51 saves and 11 shutouts. Horizon League Best Goalkeeper of the Year in 2011 and 2012. In his career with the Crusaders, Zobeck played in 53 games, recording 185 saves and 19 clean sheets.