Alanna Kennedy

Alanna Kennedy
Alanna Kennedy
Alanna Kennedy
Real Name: Alanna Kennedy
HT: 5' 9"
Age: 25 (01/21/1995)
Hometown: Campbelltown, Australia


2020: Returned to Sydney FC on loan for the 2019-20 W-League season ... Appeared in 10 matches ... Started nine ... Helped Sydney to their third-consecutive Grand Final ... 2019:  Appeared and started in 15 matches … Scored one goal ... Earned NWSL Goal of the Week honors for her bicycle kick finish at Reign FC on April 22 … Joined Sydney FC on loan for the 2018-19 W-League season … Appeared in 12 matches … Netted three goals … Led Sydney to a W-League Championship … 2018: Appeared in and started 20 games for the Pride … Scored two goals … Added an assist … Earned Week 13 Goal of the Week honors for her goal against the Washington Spirit on June 23, a long-distance strike from midfield … Joined Melbourne City FC on loan for the 2017-18 W-League season … Played in all 12 regular season games … Tallied one goal … Led City to its third-straight W-League championship … Played every minute of both postseason games … 2017: Appeared in all 24 matches for Orlando, 23 of them starts … Scored four goals in 2101 minutes … Selected for the NWSL Team of the Month in September … Received the NWSL Goal of the Week after her stoppage time winner in Week 22 … Goal was the game winning goal against North Carolina on Sept. 30 … Played primarily as a holding midfielder throughout the season … Scored Orlando’s only goal in the NWSL semifinal against Portland … Acquired via trade with North Carolina on Jan. 19 ... Led Sydney FC to the W-League postseason, but fell to Perth Glory in the semifinal round … Scored two goals and one assist while on loan … 2016: Featured in 15 regular season matches for Western New York, all of them starts … Led the Flash to its first NWSL championship ... Totaled 1260 minutes … Had one assist on the year ... Went on loan to Sydney FC for the 2016-17 offseason … 2015-16: Returned to Sydney FC … Was named Sydney FC Player of the Year … Reached the Grand Final for the fourth time in her career … Started all 12 regular season matches … Scored one goal … Signed via Discovery with Western New York on Feb. 26 ... 2014: Played 13 matches for Perth Glory … Scored three goals … Led Perth to the Premiership and an appearance in the Grand Final ... 2013-14: Played the 2013-14 season with Western Sydney Wanderers … Made nine total appearances … 2012-13: Rejoined Sydney FC … Made 12 appearances and scored three goals … Won her first W-League Championship ... 2011-12: Joined Newcastle for the 2011-12 W-League season ... Made nine appearances and scored one goal … 2010-11: Started her professional career with Sydney FC at age 16 ... Led Sydney FC to the 2010-11 Grand Final



2019: Started all four of Australia’s matches at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup ... Named to her second World Cup roster on May 13 ... Lead Australia to the inaugural Cup of Nations Trophy ... Scored one goal in a 2-0 defeat over Argentina at the tournament ... 2018: Appeared in five matches for the Matildas … Started four … Netted one goal … Member of the 2018 Tournament of Nations roster that finished as runner up … 2017: Appeared in 11 games for the Matildas … Member of the 2017 Tournament of Nations roster … Led the Matildas to the Tournament of Nations trophy … 2016: Named to her first Olympic roster … Appeared in four matches in Rio … Scored a goal in Australia’s 6-1 win over Zimbabwe on Aug. 9 … Fell to Brazil in penalty kicks in the quarterfinal round … Scored her first international goal in Olympic Qualifying on Mar. 3 against Vietnam ... 2015: Made her first Women’s World Cup appearance … Appeared in all five matches, starting four ... Led Australia to the World Cup quarterfinal, eventually falling to Japan ... 2014: Led Australia to the Women’s Asian Cup Championship, eventually falling in the final ... 2012: Earned her first full national team appearance under Tom Sermanni … Has previous experience with the Australian Youth National Teams

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