Player Details


Hayley Raso




5' 4"

Date of Birth

9.5.1994 (29)


Burleigh Waters, Australia


Career Summary

2019: Appeared in 14 games, making 11 starts...Tallied four goals...Appeared a substitute in the NWSL semifinals against the Chicago Red Stars on Oct. 20...Started six straight matches from Aug. 17-Sept. 29, making her 14th appearance and 11th start of the season on Sept. 29 against Reign FC...Scored her fourth goal of the season on Aug. 17 against Washington...Tallied her second career brace on July 24 against Houston...Made her first start of the season, scoring her first goal of 2019 against Orlando on July 14...Returned to the field for the first time since returning from the World Cup against Reign FC on July 5...Made her season debut, logging 45 minutes as a substitute on May 11 against Orlando.

2018-19: Returned to Australia to play on loan with the Brisbane Roar in the W-League...Appeared in three matches (2 starts) after returning from a back injury...Scored her first goal of the season in her first start against Canberra on Jan. 24...Featured for Brisbane in the semifinal round of the W-League playoffs.

2018: Played in 12 games (9 starts), tallying two goals and two assists...Recorded her second assist of the season against Washington on Aug. 25...Tallied her second goal of the season on Aug. 11 against Orlando...Scored her first goal of the season on July 21 against Sky Blue FC...Recorded her first assist of the season on July 15 against Houston...Earned her first start of the season against Seattle on June 30...Made her season debut against Chicago on June 16.

2017-18: Played on loan with the Brisbane Roar of the Australian W-League during the NWSL offseason, helping lead the club to a W-League Premiership...Started and played in 11 matches (all starts), tallying four goals for the Roar during the regular season.

2017: Named Supporters' Player of the Year...Appeared in 22 matches (20 starts), logging 1,784 minutes...Tallied six goals and three assists...Started both of Portland's NWSL playoff matches, recording her first career NWSL playoff goal in the semifinals against Orlando on Oct. 7...Scored her sixth goal of the season against Chicago on Sept. 30...Recorded her third assist of the season on the road against Boston on Sept. 10...Named to the NWSL Team of the Month for August...Named NWSL Player of the Week for Week 18 after a scoring her first brace for Thorns FC in a 2-1 win against Seattle on Aug. 26...Registered her third goal of the season against Chicago on Aug. 12...Scored the game-winner, her second goal of the season, against North Carolina on July 15...Tallied her first career NWSL goal, and added an assist, against FC Kansas City on June 28...Started five straight matches (April 29-May 27)...Recorded her first assist of the season on the game-tying goal in a 2-2 draw against Boston on May 19...Earned her first start of the season, logging 90 minutes against Chicago on April 29. 

2016: Appeared in 20 matches this season, making 6 starts...Logged seven minutes and tallied an assist as a second-half sub against Sky Blue FC on Sept. 25...Came on as a second-half sub against Western NY on Sept. 11...Logged 26 minutes as a second-half sub against Houston on Sept. 7...Started and played 63 minutes against Boston on Sept. 4...Made her fifth start of the season, appearing in her 15th consecutive game against Seattle on July 30...Tallied the game-winning assist, her first NWSL assist and point, on Lindsey Horan’s 90th minute game-winner against Orlando on June 26...Earned her first career start for Thorns FC, playing all 90 minutes against Seattle on May 29...Logged 38 minutes as a substitute against FC Kansas City on April 23...Made her Thorns FC debut, entering the match as a substitute against Orlando on April 17.

2015: Signed with the Washington Spirit midway through the 2015 season...Appeared in nine games, making two starts after joining the club following the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup with the Australia Women’s National Team...Played on loan with the Melbourne Victory in Australia. 

Has earned 41 caps with the Australia Women’s National Team, scoring three goals. 

2019: Played in all four matches at the World Cup...Made her World Cup debut in the opening group game against Italy on June 9...Logged an assist against the United States on April 4...Appeared in all three matches during the Cup of Nations, tallying one goal.

2018: Started all three matches at the Tournament of Nations...Appeared in all three group games at the AFC Asian Cup, helping Australia qualify for the 2019 FIFA World Cup...Scored her second career international goal in an 8-0 win over Vietnam. 

2017: Made nine appearances...Played in three matches (1 start) at the Tournament of Nations, recording an assist in a win over Japan...Appeared in three games at the Algarve Cup, earning two starts...Named to the training camp roster for a February camp ahead of the Algarve Cup. 

2015: Named to the roster for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

2014: Member of 2014 AFC Women’s Asian Cup team which finished second.

2012: Made her international debut for Australia in June 2012 at the age of 17.

Youth International: Member of Australia U20 team that finished runner up at the 2013 AFC Women’s Championship.