Emily van Egmond

Emily van Egmond
Emily van Egmond
Emily van Egmond
Midfielder
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Real Name: Emily van Egmond
HT: 5' 10"
Age: 27 (07/12/1993)
Hometown: Newcastle, Australia

CLUB
2020: Joined Melbourne City for the 2019-20 W-League season ... Started all 14 matches for Melbourne ... Tied for a team-high six goals ... Led City to a 2019-20 Premiership title ... Won the 2019-20 W-League Championship ... 2019: Appeared in eight matches for the Pride … Started seven … Spent part of the season with Australia at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup ... Missed the remainder of the NWSL season due to an ankle injury ... Finished another offseason with Newcastle Jets … Made seven appearances, all of them starts … Missed matches due to injury … 2018: Appeared in 17 matches for the Pride … Started 12 … Tallied one assist … Registered 1098 minutes … Joined Australia’s Newcastle Jets for the 2017-18 offseason … Scored four goals in 12 appearances for Newcastle … 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

INTERNATIONAL

2019: Named to her third FIFA Women’s World Cup roster on May 14 ... Played in all four of Australia’s World Cup matches ... Led the Matildas to the 2019 Cup of Nations title ... 2018: Appeared in four matches for the Matildas … Netted two goals in 2018, both against Chile on November 9 … Member of Tournament of Nations roster … 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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