Caitlin Foord

Caitlin Foord
Caitlin Foord
Caitlin Foord
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Real Name: Caitlin Foord
HT: 5' 5"
Age: 25 (11/11/1994)
Birthplace: Shellharbour, New South Wales
Hometown: Shellharbour, New South Wales, Australia

2019: Appeared in 17 games, making nine starts during the regular season...Recorded three goals and two assists...Made a substitute appearance in the NWSL semifinals against the Chicago Red Stars on Oct. 20...Earned her 17th appearance of the season on Oct. 12 against Washington...Started her ninth game of the season and played 70 minutes against Reign FC on Sept. 29...Was a late game substitute, her 15th appearance this season, on Sept. 21 against Houston...Logged 23 minutes as a substitute on Sept. 6 against Utah...Earned her eighth start of the season, logging 45 minutes against North Carolina on Aug. 11...Made her seventh start of the season on Aug. 3 against Sky Blue FC...Logged her second assist of the season against Orlando on July 14...Tallied her third goal of the season on May 18 against Washington...Recorded her second goal of the season on May 11 against Orlando...Scored her first career NWSL goal, and tallied her first assist for Portland, against Orlando on April 14. 

2018-19: Played on loan with Sydney FC in the Australian W-League...Finished the season ranked second in W-League with 10 goals in 14 games, including playoffs...Helped lead Sydney FC to the W-League Championship, registering an assist in a 4-2 win over Perth Glory...Recorded a goal in the semifinal round against the Brisbane Roar...Registered three braces...Tallied a hat-trick against Brisbane on Dec. 8.

2018: Appeared in her first NWSL playoff game on Sept. 15 against Seattle...Made six appearances (two starts), during the regular season...Earned her first start, making her 50th career NWSL appearance, on Aug. 22 against Sky Blue FC...Made her home debut against Chicago on Aug. 18...Made her Thorns FC debut, logging 32 minutes on Aug. 5 against North Carolina. 

2017-18: Made six appearances (four starts) for Sydney FC, tallying two goals and three assists during the regular season...Started in Sydney FC’s W-League semifinal match against Newcastle, scoring a goal before suffering an injury...Signed with Sydney FC in December 2017...Joined Vegalta Sendai Ladies in Japan, signing with the club in January 2017...Made 17 appearances, tallying four goals.

2016-17: Appeared in 10 games with Sydney FC, scoring two goals.

2015-16: Upon returning from the World Cup, played in 10 games (all starts) for Sky Blue FC...Played for Perth Glory during the NWSL offseason....Appeared in seven matches and scored one goal.

2014: Played in 21 games (20 starts) for Sky Blue FC during the 2014 season...Tallied two assists...Played with Perth Glory in the W-League during the offseason...Helped lead Perth to the W-League Premiership as the regular-season champions...Guided the Glory to the Grand Final, falling to Canberra United 3-1...Scored five goals...Played in 11 regular-season matches and both playoff games.

2013-14: In her first NWSL season in 2013 with Sky Blue FC, appeared in 15 matches (all starts), tallying one assist...Earned NWSL Second XI honors...Returned to play for Sydney FC in the NWSL offseason, scoring five goals.

2012-13: Helped lead Sydney FC to the W-League Championship.

2011-12: Played for Sydney FC, helping the club to the semifinal round of the W-League playoffs.

2010-11: Played her first full professional season with Sydney FC...Won the W-League Premiership...Advanced to the Grand Final, falling to the Brisbane Roar.

International
Has earned 78 caps, tallying 17 goals since making her debut with the national team in 2011 with the Australia Women’s National Team.

2019: Appeared in all four matches at the World Cup for Australia...Scored her first career World Cup goal in a 3-2 win against Brazil on June 13...Started and played 90 minutes in Australia’s opening group game of the World Cup against Italy on June 9...Started and tallied a goal and an assist against the United States on April 4...Appeared in all three games (2 starts) during the Cup of Nations, tallying a goal in a 3-0 win over Argentina on March 5.

2018: Recorded a hat-trick against Chile on Nov. 13...Made three substitute appearances for Australia during the Tournament of Nations. 

2017: Appeared in 10 matches, tallying three goals...Started all three matches at the Tournament of Nations...Tallied a brace in a 6-1 in over Brazil on Aug. 3...Started and played in three of Australia’s four matches at the Algarve Cup. 

2016: Made 11 appearances, recording three goals...Played in all four matches at the Rio Olympics, scoring a goal in a 2-2 draw against Germany on Aug. 6...Scored a brace in a 2-0 win against  New Zealand on June 4.

2015: Appeared in all five matches at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, helping guide Australia to the quarterfinal round of the tournament...Scored the game-winning goal in a 3-2 win over New Zealand in an international friendly on Feb. 12...Tallied goals in consecutive matches against Vietnam on May 19 and 21.

2014: Appeared in seven matches, scoring one goal...Tallied a goal in a 2-2 draw with Japan during the Asian Cup, helping Australia qualify for the 2015 World Cup.

2013: Did not appear in any matches.

2012: Made seven appearances.

2011: Named Hyundai Young Player of the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Germany, appearing in three matches...Made her national team debut, scoring a goal, against New Zealand on May 12.


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