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Home Gossip Married for around 3 years, Madison Goodvin and Gyasi Zardes a complete family with 2 children

Married for around 3 years, Madison Goodvin and Gyasi Zardes a complete family with 2 children

Rabina Koirala Mon Jul, 2016
Married for around 3 years, Madison Goodvin and Gyasi Zardes a complete family with 2 children

Married life is bliss for some people. A happy marriage leads to a feeling that one’s life is complete. A loving partner, miniature versions of oneself, a den to call your home- that is all it takes sometimes.

Gold Cup star Gyasi Zardes is experiencing a similar life lesson, it seems. Competing with the United States men's national team in the Gold Cup, the 23-year-old forward has been an unquestionable sparkplug for the squad. His wife, Madison Goodvin, is his better half. A standout athlete in her own right, who actually played two different college sports, Goodvin and Zardes seem to have the perfect little family. The couple's best moments together are shared extensively on the 24-year-old's stars Instagram and Twitter.

The couple first met when they were both student-athletes at CSU Bakersfield. The two have been married for nearly three years. And Goodvin is a regular in the stands during her husband’s games, which shows their immense compatibility.

The long-time couple tied the knot in 2013 in a ceremony in Los Angeles, California.

And to add to their joy, they have two children together, son Gyan and daughter Maylie.

A lot of their family moments have been shared by Zardes with his 87.4 k Instagram followers and 29k Twitter followers.

Don't they look super adorable? 

Following on father's footsteps. 

Welcoming their precious daughter. 

 

 

Happy Valentine's Day my Love! Sending it all the way from Ireland ???? I Love you and see you and Gyan soon!

A photo posted by Gyasi Zardes (@gyasinho) on

Such a family guy, isn't he? 

Gyasi Zardes was born on September 2, 1991. He  is an American soccer player currently playing for LA Galaxy in Major League Soccer and the United States national team. He had scored 38 goals during a three-year college career at California State University, Bakersfield. 

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