Player Details


Sydney Leroux


5' 7"

Date of Birth

5.7.1990 (31)


Surrey, Canada


2020 MLS Regular Season
2020 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary


2020: Started three matches for the Pride at the Fall Series … Played every minute of her three appearances … Scored one goal.

2019: Appeared in three matches … Returned to the field on September 29 against Sky Blue three months removed from giving birth to her second child.

2018: Appeared in 20 matches for the Pride … Started 15 … Led the Pride with six goals … Tallied two assists … Recorded a brace at Chicago on May 26 and against Sky Blue FC on June 16 … Earned Week 9 Goal of the Week honors for her first goal against the Red Stars on May 26 … Traded to the Pride on February 2 from Utah … Rights transferred to Utah after FC Kansas City ceased operations.

2017: Scored six goals in 23 appearances for FC Kansas City … Totaled two assists … Recorded a brace on May 27 in a 3-2 win over Washington … Named Week 7 Player of the Week after the performance.

2016: Missed season due to pregnancy … Traded to Kansas City from WNY on Jan. 13.

2015: Appeared in three matches for Western New York Flash … Missed the remainder of the season after undergoing ankle surgery after the Women’s World Cup.

2014: Appeared all 22 matches for Seattle Reign FC, 21 starts … Scored five goals … Named Week 4 NWSL Player of the Week … Led Seattle to the NWSL Shield and NWSL Championship game … Fell to FC Kansas City in the final.

2013: Led the NWSL in goals scored with 11 … Appeared in every match for Boston … Was a finalist for NWSL Rookie of the Year … Elected to NWSL Best XI … Named NWSL Player of the Week in weeks 4 and 13 … Set club record for most goals scored in a season for Boston … Allocated to Boston for the first NWSL season.

2012: Drafted first overall by Atlanta Beat for the WPS season … League folded before Leroux had an opportunity to play.


2017: Made her first two appearances since the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup … Helped the U.S. WNT to Tournament of Nations second place finish.

2016: Missed the 2016 international season due to pregnancy.

2015: FIFA Women’s World Cup Champion … Scored two goals and tallied two assists in 11 appearances … Algarve Cup Champion.

2014: Appeared in 21 matches … Scored nine goals leading up to the tournament … Also added five assists … CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying Champion.

2013: Scored 10 goals and tallied four assists, averaging a goal every 83 minutes … Made 15 appearances and nine starts … Tied for third for most goals for club and country (21).

2012: Olympic Gold Medalist … Played in 27 games … Averaged a goal every 37 minutes, scoring 14 goals … Set a record for most goals scored consecutively as a reserve … Youngest member of Olympic Qualifying roster.

2011: Earned her first cap with the senior national team … Finished her U-20 career as one of the USA’s most-capped player (34) and for highest scorer at this level (29) … All-time leading scorer in U-20 Women’s World Cups (10) … FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Champion.


Graduate of UCLA.

2011: Started 21 matches for the Bruins … Led UCLA with 16 goals … Added three assists … Totaled eight game-winning goals to lead the Pac-12 … First Team NSCAA All-American … Soccer America’s MVP First Team … MAC Hermann Trophy Semifinalist … All-Pac-12 First Team.

2010: Appeared in 20 matches … Scored 13 goals … Tallied an assist … First Team Soccer America MVP … Third Team NSCAA All-American … First Team NSCAA All-Pacific Region … First Team All-Pac-10 … Named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List.

2009: Started 24 matches … Netted 23 goals … Tied Lauren Cheney for the single-season school record … Added two assists … Semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy … NSCAA/adidas Third Team All-American … Soccer America’s MVP Second Team … All-Pac-10 Second Team … NCAA All-Tournament Team.

2008: Appeared in 19 matches … Started 18 … Scored five goals … Tallied six assists …. Scored in her collegiate debut with a game-winner over USCB … Pac-10 All-Freshman Team member … Third Team Freshman All-American.