Marta

Marta
Marta
Marta
Midfielder
10
Real Name: Marta Vieira da Silva
HT: 5' 4"
Age: 34 (02/19/1986)
Hometown: Dois Riachos, Brazil

CLUB

2019: Appeared in 14 matches ... Led the Pride with six goals ... Named to NWSL Team of the Month for July ... Earned NWSL Player of the Week honors in Week 13 ... Received NWSL Goal of the Week honors twice ... 2018: Appeared in 17 matches for the Pride … Started 15 … Netted four goals … Shared the team lead in assists with four … Earned Week 15 Goal of the Week for her 86th minute game-winning goal against Washington ... 2017: Played in 23 matches for Orlando, 21 of them starts … Scored 13 goals and tallied six assists in 1938 minutes … Contributed either the goal or assist on six game-winning goals … Selected for CONCACAF Female Best XI … Named NWSL Player of the Month for Sept. … Member of NWSL Team of the Month each month from June to September … Selected to the NWSL Best XI …. Won NWSL Goal of the Week for her goal on Aug. 8 against Washington … Acquired via Discovery on April 7 … 2016: Played in 19 games for Rosengård … Scored 13 goals … Sweden’s Women’s Super Cup Champion … Women’s Svenska Cupen Champion … Damallsvenskan Runner-up … FIFA FIFPro World XI … 2015: Played in 21 matches for Rosengård … Scored eight goals … Sweden’s Women’s Super Cup Champion … Women’s Svenska Cupen Champion … Damallsvenskan Champion … 2014: Played in six matches for Rosengård … Scored five goals in 582 minutes … Women’s Svenska Cupen Runner-up … Damallsvenskan Champion … Moved from Rosengård from Tyresö on June 30 … Appeared in two matches for Tyresö … Netted three goals in 145 minutes … UEFA Women's Champions League Runner-up … FIFA World Player of the Year Runner- up …2013: Made 15 appearances for Tyresö … Scored 12 goals in 1264 minutes … Damallsvenskan Runner-up … Sweden’s Women’s Super Cup Runner-up … 2012: Appeared in 21 matches for Tyresö … Netted 12 goals in 1857 minutes … Women’s Svenska Cupen Runner-up … Signed with Tyresö on Feb. 2 … FIFA World Player of the Year Runner- up … 2011: Played in 15 matches for Western New York … Scored ten goals in 1311 minutes … Women’s Professional Soccer Champion … FIFA World Player of the Year Runner- up … Women's Professional Soccer Golden Boot ... 2010: Started 25 games for Gold Pride … Scored 20 goals in 2250 minutes … Women’s Professional Soccer Champion … FIFA World Player of the Year … Women’s Professional Soccer Most Valuable … Women's Professional Soccer Golden Boot … 2009: Appeared in 20 matches for Los Angeles Sol … Scored 10 goals in 1800 minutes … FIFA World Player of the Year … Women’s Professional Soccer Most Valuable Player … Women's Professional Soccer Golden Boot … Won the Copa Libertadores and Copa de Brasil with Santos … 2008: Won the Damallsvenskan with Umeå IK … Runner up for UEFA Women’s Cup … Named FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year … Named Damallsvenskan’s Best Forward … Was the league’s top scorer … 2007: Won the Damallsvenskan and Svenska Cupen with Santos … Won her second consecutive FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year award … Named Damallsvenskan’s Best Forward … 2006: Won her first FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year award … Led Umeå to its second straight Damallsvenskan title … 2005: Won first Swedish league title with Umeå IK … Was runner up for FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year … Finished as the Damallsvenskan’s top scorer … 2004: Finished third for FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year … Won the UEFA Women’s Cup with Umeå

 

INTERNATIONAL

2019: Named to her fifth World Cup roster on May 16 ... Appeared in three matches for Brazil at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup ... Scored two goals ...Netted her 17th World Cup goal to become the outright leading goalscorer in the tournament, converting from the penalty spot on June 18 against Italy ... Became the first player, male or female, to score at five FIFA World Cup tournaments with a finish against Australia on June 13 ... Totaled 10 caps for Brazil in 2019 ... Netted three goals ... FIFA FIFPro Women’s World 11 selection ... 2018: Appeared in four matches for Brazil … Scored one goal … Added an assist … Member of Tournament of Nations team … FIFA World Player of the Year ... 2017: Appeared in nine matches for Brazil … Scored four goals in 594 minutes … Member of Tournament of Nations team … 2016: Appeared in 10 matches for Brazil … Scored five goals in 823 minutes … Finished fourth in Rio de Janeiro Olympics … 2015: Appeared in three matches during the Women’s World Cup … Became all-time top World Cup scorer with 15 goals … 2012: Appeared in four matches for Brazil … Competed in London Olympics … Scored two goals in 360 minutes … 2011: Played in four matches for Brazil … Member of Women’s World Cup Team … Scored four goals in 390 minutes … FIFA World Player of the Year … 2010: Won the Sudamericano Femenino with Brazil … 2008: Appeared in six games for Brazil … Competed for Brazil in Beijing Olympics … Scored three goals in 570 minutes … Beijing Olympic Silver Medalist … FIFA World Player of the Year … 2007: Appeared in six games for Brazil … Member of Women’s World Cup team … Scored seven goals in 540 minutes … Women’s World Cup Runner-up … Women’s World Cup Gold Ball Recipient … FIFA World Player of the Year … Women’s World Cup Golden Shoe Recipient … 2005: Won the Women’s World Cup Golden Ball and Golden Shoe … 2004: Member of Athens Olympic team … Athens Olympic Silver Medalist … U-20 Women’s World Cup Golden Ball recipient … 2003: Appeared in four matches for Brazil … Scored three goals in 360 minutes … Member of Women’s World Cup team … Won the Sudamericano Femenino … 2002: Made debut for Brazilian national team
 

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