Orlando Pride

Orlando Pride signs goalkeeper Anna Moorhouse to new two-year contract

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ORLANDO, Fla. (Oct. 5, 2023) — The Orlando Pride and goalkeeper Anna Moorhouse have agreed to a new contract through the 2025 season, it was announced today. Moorhouse has six clean sheets in the 2023 season, breaking the Pride’s record for most clean sheets in a single season with the win over Angel City FC on Monday.

“Anna has quietly put together a consistent and impressive season. Her presence between the posts is felt across our backline and her leadership has been a major contributor to our group’s defensive organization,” VP of Soccer Operations and General Manager Haley Carter said. “We have an extremely competitive goalkeeper corps who continue to push and support each other, and we are excited for Anna to remain at the forefront of that. We are happy for her to extend her playing career with us and are confident she will continue to compete day in and day out.”

“I’m grateful for the Club’s belief in me,” Moorhouse said of her new deal. “The Club has great ambition for the future and I’m happy to be a part of that for the next two years. I’m excited to continue building our culture within the team and to keep striving to bring a championship to the community of Orlando.”

Moorhouse joined the Pride in January of 2022 via transfer from French D1 Féminine side Bordeaux. Since then, Moorhouse has appeared in 26 matches across all competitions, making her Pride debut in a 2022 Challenge Cup match. Since the start of the 2023 season, she has earned the number one role and made the start in goal 21 times across all competitions. Moorhouse sits fourth in the NWSL standings for most regular saves with 67. She recently earned her sixth clean sheet of the season, a 1-0 win over Angel City, setting the Club record for most clean sheets recorded in a single season. 

Prior to joining the Pride, Moorhouse spent two seasons with Bordeaux, making 28 starts during that time. She also had a stint with West Ham United, where she helped make a run to the FA Cup Final through the 2018-19 campaign. She spent her youth career at Manchester United and began her professional career at Everton. She made her professional debut with FA Women’s Championship side Durham in 2014 and made stops at Doncaster Rover Belles and Arsenal prior to her time at West Ham United.

TRANSACTION: Orlando Pride signs goalkeeper Anna Moorhouse to a two-year contract through the 2025 season.