Marta

Marta
Marta
Marta
Forward
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Real Name: Marta Vieira da Silva
HT: 5' 4"
Age: 32 (02/19/1986)
Hometown: Dois Riachos, Brazil

CLUB
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
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 Brazil national team


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