Player Details


Andressa Cavalari Machry




5' 3"

Date of Birth

5.1.1995 (28)


Roque Gonzales, Brazil



Player Category

2023 MLS Regular Season
2023 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary

2019: Appeared in seven games, making four starts...Tallied one goal...Started in her first career NWSL playoff games in the semifinals against the Chicago Red Stars...Earned her fourth start of the season, logging 90 minutes against Washington on Oct. 12...Made her sixth substitute appearance of the season on Aug. 3 against Sky Blue FC...Made a substitute appearance against Houston on July 24, logging 22 minutes...Returned the lineup after the World Cup for the first time, starting and playing 79 minutes against Houston on June 29...Made her first appearance of the season, tallying her first career goal for Portland against Orlando on May 11. 

2018: Appeared in 18 games, making nine starts during the regular season...Made her NWSL playoff debut as a substitute in the NWSL Championship game...Played in her 12th match (ninth start) on the road against Sky Blue FC on July 21, logging 69 minutes...Made her eighth start of the season against Seattle on June 30...Made her first start, logging 66 minutes against Houston on May 9...Played 45 minutes in her home debut on May 5 against Seattle...Made her Thorns FC debut, logging 26 minutes in a substitute role against Utah on April 28. 

2017: Played in 21 games (17 starts) for Houston...Tallied two goals and three assists...Was named NWSL Player of the Week for Week 13, tallying the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win over the Washington Spirit.

2016: Appeared in 15 matches (all starts)...Scored her first NWSL goal against Orlando on April 23...Finished the season with one goal and one assist.

2015: Signed with the Houston Dash in July...Made seven appearances (all starts), joining the club after the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

2014: Made 10 appearances (eight starts) in league play for Kindermann in Brazil, scoring five goals...Four starts and one goal in cup play.

2013: Made four league starts and tallied one goal...Scored two goals in five cup games.

2012: Made four cup starts and scored one goal.

2010: Moved to Kindermann from Pelotas/Phoenix.

Has earned 72 caps, scoring 10 goals for the Brazil Women’s National Team.

2019: Appeared in two games at Women’s World Cup...Made a substitute appearance against France in the Round of 16 on June 23...Started and played 90 minutes in a 1-0 win over Italy in the group stage on June 18. 

2018: Made two appearances for Brazil in the Tournament of Nations...Helped Brazil win Copa America Femenina, earning a berth in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup and the 2020 Summer Olympics...Recorded a brace against Bolivia in a 7-0 win on April 13...Tallied a goal in a 8-0 win over Ecuador in the second group match of the Copa America Femenina. 

2017: Appeared in all three matches at the Tournament of Nations, scoring a brace in a 4-3 loss to the United States. 

2016: Made five appearances in 2016 Rio Olympics. 

2015: Started all four matches for Brazil at 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup...Assisted on winning goal in final group stage match vs. Costa Rica, named Player of the Match. 

2014: Captained and started all three matches for Brazil at FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Canada, scored one goal...Scored first goal for senior side vs. China on 12/18. 

2012: Captained the team and started all four matches for Brazil at FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup.

2010: Started all four matches for Brazil at FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup at the age of 15.