Claire Emslie

Claire Emslie
Claire Emslie
Claire Emslie
Real Name: Claire Emslie
HT: 5' 7"
Age: 25 (03/08/1994)
Hometown: Penicuik, Midlothian, Scotland

2019: Signed by the Pride via Discovery on May 30 … Finished her career at Manchester City with 31 appearances and eight goals scored ... 2018: Helped lead Manchester City to the domestic cup double, winning the 2018-19 FA Women’s Cup and FA Women’s League Cup … 2017: Played her second season with Bristol City … Made 10 appearances … Scored one goal in a shortened WSL season … Joined Manchester City in July … Scored her first goal for the Blues on November 2 in a 6-0 win over Oxford United ... 2016: Joined Bristol City Women after her collegiate career at Florida Atlantic University … Scored 10 goals over 12 matches … Helped lead Bristol to promotion to the FA WSL ... 2011-13: Started her professional career at age 17 with Hibernian … Totaled 35 appearances and 18 goals with the Scottish side … Won the Scottish League Cup in 2011, her first year with the club


Emslie graduated from Florida Atlantic University … 2015: Made 21 appearances during her senior campaign, starting all of them … Totaled seven goals on the year … Added a career high four assists and 76 shots … Earned All-Conference USA honors for the fourth-straight year … Honored on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Central Region team ... 2014: Appeared in 20 matches, starting all but one … Scored five goals and three assists … Named Second Team All-Conference USA … 2013: Played in 19 matches … Started in 18 … Scored seven goals … Added one assist … Earned All-Conference USA accolades ... 2012: Appeared in 16 games, starting in 15 … Opened her collegiate career with a college best 10 goals … Totaled two assists … Took a team high 62 shots



2019: Was named to Scotland’s 2019 Women’s World Cup roster on May 15, her first World Cup selection and the first for the country … 2018: Made 10 appearances for Scotland … scored a goal on April 10 against Poland … 2017: After missing international time due to college, received a call-up in August by new Scotland manager Shelley Kerr … Earned four caps … Scored her first professional debut against Hungary on September 14 … Also scored on October 24 against Albania ... 2013: Made her senior debut in June in a friendly against Iceland

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