Emily van Egmond

Emily van Egmond
Emily van Egmond
Emily van Egmond
Real Name: Emily van Egmond
HT: 5' 10"
Age: 26 (07/12/1993)
Hometown: Newcastle, Australia

2018: Scored four goals in 12 appearances for Newcastle Jets … Played in all but two minutes on the season … Signed by Orlando on Feb. 14 … 2017: Made 12 appearances for WfL Wolfsburg … Scored six goals … Won Frauen Bundesliga and DFB Pokal Women … UEFA Women’s Champions League appearance … 2016: Scored one goal in 17 appearances for 1. FFC Frankfurt … UEFA Women’s Champions League appearance … Signed with Frankfurt on June 12 … 2014-15: Returned to Newcastle for the W-League season … Started and played in all 12 matches … Scored five goals … 2014: Scored two goals in 10 appearances for Chicago Red Stars … Made six starts … Signed with the Red Stars in May … 2013-14: Signed with Western Sydney Wanderers of the W-League … Scored one goal in 12 appearances, all of them starts … 2013: Appeared in six matches for Seattle Reign, four of them starts … Signed with Seattle on July 12 … 2012-13: Scored four goals in eight appearances for Newcastle Jets … Helped lead Western New York to the WPSL-Elite Championship … Scored in penalty kicks to help lead the Flash to the title … 2011-12: Signed with Fortuna Hjørring in Denmark … Made one appearance for the club … Scored one goal in nine appearances for Newcastle … 2010-11: Scored one goal in seven appearances for Canberra United … 2009-10: Scored one goal in six appearances for Canberra United

2017: Appeared in 11 matches for Australia … Scored one goal … Tournament of Nations Champion with the Matildas … Participated in the 2017 Algarve Cup with Australia … Finished in fourth place … 2016: Made five appearances … Appeared in three matches during the 2016 Olympics … Fell to Brazil in penalties during the quarterfinal round … 2015: Appeared in five matches during the FIFA Women’s World Cup … Led Australia to the Quarterfinal round, falling to Japan … 2014: Started four games and appeared in five matches … 2011: Scored one goal in three appearances during FIFA Women’s World Cup … Was her first international goal … 2010: Made her senior debut on March 3 under Tom Sermanni

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