Amandine Henry

Amandine Henry
Amandine Henry
Amandine Henry
Real Name: Amandine Henry
HT: 5' 6"
Pronunciation: Ah-MAHN-dean on-REE
Age: 28 (09/28/1989)
Hometown: Lille, France

2017: Has started six consecutive matches (Aug. 12-Sept. 10)...Scored in consecutive matches against FC Kansas City on Aug. 16, converting her first penalty kick for Thorns FC and against Houston on Aug. 19 , her third goal of the season...Returned to the lineup after returning from the 2017 EUROs, logging 30 minutes as a substitute against Houston on Aug. 19...Started 12 straight games (April 15-July 1) before departing for the 2017 EUROs...Named to the NWSL Team of the Month for May...Tallied her first career NWSL goal against Boston on May 27.

2016: Played on loan with Paris Saint Germain during the NWSL offseason, making four appearances and scoring one goal ... Appeared in nine games (all starts), tallying an assist in her debut season with Thorns FC ... Made her first Thorns FC and NWSL appearance, entering the match in the 52nd minute against the Western New York Flash on June 17... Started her first match for Thorns FC, making her home debut and tallying her first career assist for the club on June 22 against Chicago.

2015-16: Helped guide Lyon to the club’s third UEFA Women’s Champions League title, starting and playing all 120 minutes and claiming the title in a penalty-kick shootout against VfL Wolfsburg on May 26 ... Was nominated for the BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year award ... Scored six goals in 19 matches across all-competitions.

2007-15: Joining Lyon in 2007, Henry helped lead Lyon to three Champions League titles (2011, 2012, 2016), nine-straight league titles (2008-16) and five consecutive French Cups (2012-2016)...Made 198 appearances with Lyon during her tenure, scoring 44 goals.

Has earned 65 caps for the France Women’s National Team, scoring seven goals.

2017: Started all four matches at the 2017 EUROs, tallying the game-tying goal in a 1-1 draw with Austria...Helped France win the SheBelieves Cup, starting and playing in all three matches during the tournament...Named to the short list for the 2016 FIFPro World Best XI. 2016: Named to the short list for 2016 FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year ... Finished runner-up for the 2015-16 UEFA Best Women’s Player in Europe award ... Started all four matches for France, making her Olympic debut in Rio ... Named to the FIFPro Best XI ... Named to the shortlist for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year. 2015: Won the Silver Ball at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup ... Named to the Women’s World Cup All-Star team ... Appeared in all five matches for France at the Women’s World Cup, scoring against Mexico in the group stage and helping lead France to the quarterfinal round of the tournament.


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