Ali Riley

Ali Riley
Ali Riley
Ali Riley
Defender
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Real Name: Ali Riley
HT: 5' 5"
Age: 32 (10/30/1987)
Hometown: Pacific Palisades, California

CLUB
2020: Signed by the Pride on Feb. 10 ... 2019: Appeared in seven matches for Bayern ... Moved to Bayern Munich of the Frauen Bundesliga on July 18 ... 2018-19: Made 16 appearances for Chelsea ... Scored two goals ... 2018: Joined Chelsea FC Women of the FA WSL on June 26 ... Appeared in 15 matches for Rosengård ... Svenska Cupen champion ... 2017: Made 30 appearances ... Scored one goal ... Svenska Cupen champion ... 2016: Appeared in 33 contests ... Made her Champions League debut ... Svenska Supercupen champion ... Won a Svenska Cupen title ... 2015: Registered 33 appearances for Rosengård ... Netted one goal ... Finished atop the Damallsvenskan ... Svenska Supercupen champion ... 2014: Appeared in 25 matches ... Scored one goal ... Won gold in the Damallsvenskan ... 2013: LBD FC Malmö renamed to FC Rosengård in December ... Totaled 23 appearances ... Scored one goal ... Finished atop the Damallsvenskan ... 2012: Made 26 appearances for FC Malmö ... Signed with LBD FC Malmö upon the fold of the WPS ... Assisted on the winning goal in her club debut ... Svenska Supercupen winner ... 2011: Appeared in 16 matches for the Flash ... Finished atop the WPS for the league title ... Won the WPS Championship ... WPS Defender of the Year finalist ... Signed for Western New York Flash of the WPS ... 2010: Made 24 appearances for FC Gold Pride ... Tallied three assists in her rookie season ... Won the WPS Championship ... Named WPS Rookie of the Year ... Selected No. 10 overall in the 2010 WPS Draft ... 2009: Appeared in 10 matches for the Pali Blues of the USL W-League

INTERNATIONAL
Has totaled 135 caps for the New Zealand National Team ... 2019: Named to her fourth FIFA Women’s World Cup roster for New Zealand ... Played every minute of the Football Ferns’ three matches in the tournament ... 2018: Appeared in four matches of the OFC Women’s Nations Cup ... Won the tournament with New Zealand ... 2017: Named the captain of the New Zealand Women’s National Team ... 2016: Played in her third Olympic Games ... Played every minute of New Zealand’s three matches at the 2016 Rio Olympics ... 2015: Named to her third World Cup roster ... Featured in all three of New Zealand’s matches ... 2013: Won the Vallais Cup with the Ferns ... 2012: Featured in her second Olympic Games ... Played every minute of New Zealand’s four matches ... Contributed to the Ferns’ first victory at the Olympics in a 3-1 win over Cameroon ... 2011: Appeared in her second FIFA Women’s World Cup ... Assisted on the tying goal against Mexico to give the Ferns their first point in World Cup play ... Recorded her 50th international cap in the Ferns’ World Cup opener against Japan on June 27 ... 2010: Scored her first international goal in the final of the OFC Women’s Nation Cup to help qualify New Zealand for the 2011 World Cup ... 2008: Featured at her first Olympic Games ... Played every minute of the Ferns’ three matches in Beijing ... 2007: Represented New Zealand at her first World Cup in China ... Made her senior national team debut on February 6 ... 2006: Represented New Zealand at the 2006 Women’s U-20 World Cup finals

COLLEGE
Riley graduated from Stanford University ... 2009: Started in all 24 games for the Cardinal ... Scored one goal ... Added one assist ... NSCAA Third Team All-American ... Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Season ... NSCAA All-Pacific Region First Team ... Pac-10 Women’s Soccer Scholar Athlete of the Year ... All-Pac-10 First Team ... 2008: Appeared in 25 matches ... Started 24 ... 2007: Made 16 appearances ... Totaled 14 starts ... Scored two goals ... Added two assists ... 2006: Appeared in 18 matches ... Made 15 starts ... Netted four goals ... Added two assists ... All-Pac-10 Freshman Team 

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