Katrina Gorry

Katrina Gorry
Katrina Gorry
Katrina Gorry
Real Name: Katrina Gorry
HT: 5' 1"
Age: 27 (08/13/1992)
Birthplace: Sunnybank, Australia
Hometown: Brisbane, Australia

Utah Royals FC (2018-Present): International signing

Vegalta Sendai (2017): International signing

FC Kansas City (2014): International signing

Brisbane Roar (2012-2014): Free signing

Ottowa Fury (2012): Free signing

Melbourne Victory (2011-2012): Free signing

Adelaide United (2010-2011): Free signing

Melbourne Victory (2009): Free signing

Professional Career:

2017: Played in 14 games in Japan for Vegalta Sendai...Won W-league premiership with Brisbane Roar...has played a total of 10 games in the NWSL.

2014: Appeared in 10 games for FC Kansas City, scoring one goal...Won 2014 NWSL cup championships...won Asian Football Confederation’s Player of the Year...Won FFA Australia’s Footballer of the Year.

2013: Ended her time with the Brisbane Roar with 72 appearances, and 18 goals.

2012: Appeared in 12 games, scoring 2 goals for the Ottawa Fury...finished her time with Melbourne Victory with nine appearances and three goals...Won W-league premiership with Brisbane Roar.

2011: Completed her time with Adelaide United with nine appearances and one goal. 2009: Played in nine game for Melbourne Victory, scoring two goals.

International Career:

2018: Played with the Australian WNT side in the Algarve Cup in Portugal, starting three of the four matches...has since appeared in 63 games for the Matildas, totaling 14 goals.

2017: Played against Brazil in the 2017 Tournament of Nations.
2016: Played against North Korea and Japan in the 2016 Olympic qualifiers...Member

of the Australian 2016 Rio Olympic team.

2015: Played in international friendlies against Vietnam and Austria...member of the 2015 Australian Cyprus cup team...member of 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup team, where Australia won three games.

2014: Member of Australian WNT AFC Women’s Asian Cup team where she appeared in three games (vs. South Korea, Vietnam, Jordan)...member of 2014 Australian Cyprus Cup team (appeared in matches against the Netherlands and China).

2013: Appeared in international friendlies against China, France, and the Netherlands. 2012: Made her debut for the Matildas on July 11 against Japan. 

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