Mar 17, 2019; Commerce City, CO, USA; Sporting Kansas City midfielder Graham Zusi (8) and midfielder Kelyn Rowe (11) look on as midfielder Roger Espinoza (17) heads the ball in the first half against the Colorado Rapids at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

Sporting Kansas City announced the re-signing of two key veterans Thursday, defender Graham Zusi and midfielder Roger Espinoza.

Both players signed one-year contracts for the 2022 season. Zusi's includes an option for 2023.

Zusi, 35, is a seven-time MLS All-Star (a club record) who has spent his entire 13-year professional career with Sporting KC, making him the longest-tenured player with one team in MLS history. He helped the club win the 2013 MLS Cup and three Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup titles (2012, 2015 and 2017).

Zusi has played in more matches (373) than any other player in Sporting history. He ranks second in career assists (87), minutes (29,980) and starts (327) and is 10th in goals (33). 

Espinoza, 35, joined Sporting in 2008, a season before Zusi, but did not play for the club from 2013-14 (when he played abroad for English side Wigan Athletic), giving him 12 MLS seasons in Kansas City. He missed out on the 2013 MLS Cup title but was part of three U.S. Open Cup championships.

Espinoza ranks third in club history in appearances (335), starts (295) and minutes played (26,143) across all competitions. His 43 career assists rank fifth. He was an MLS All-Star in 2012.