Bradley Edward Wright-Phillips (born 12 March 1985) is an English footballer who most recently played as a striker for Major League Soccer club New York Red Bulls.
He began his career with Manchester City in the Premier League, before spending the remainder of his time in England in second and third tiers with Southampton, Plymouth Argyle, Charlton Athletic, and Brentford.
Wright-Phillips joined the Red Bulls halfway through the 2013 season, helping them to the Supporters' Shield, and in his first full season he equalled the league's record for most goals in a single campaign with 27.
He is a two-time MLS Golden Boot winner and currently holds the New York Red Bulls record for most goals scored.
Internationally, Wright-Phillips earned five England U20 caps in 2005 and, since moving to North America, has rejected the opportunity to represent Jamaica through his family background.