Alanna Kennedy

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


2019: 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: Was named to Australia’s roster for the 2019 Women’s World Cup on May 13, her second World Cup … Helped lead Australia to the 2019 Cup of Nations trophy, the inaugural tournament hosted in her home country ... 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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