Rachel Corsie

Rachel Corsie
Rachel Corsie
Rachel Corsie
Defender
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Real Name: Rachel Corsie
HT: 5' 9"
Age: 31 (08/17/1989)
Birthplace: Aberdeen, Scotland
Hometown: Aberdeen, Scotland

Professional Career: 

2019 Utah Royals FC: Appeared in 19 matches… Scored one goal, a game-tying goal against Portland FC on July 19… 

2018-19 Canberra United (Australia): Team captain… Played in 11 matches… 

2018 Utah Royals FC: Started in 23 of her 24 match appearances and completed one assist...NWSL Week 16 "Save of the Week" winner...NWSL Week 17 "Save of the Week" for second consecutive week...NWSL Team of the Month for July winner...awarded club's Co-Defender of the Year award...on loan to Canberra United. 

2015-2017 Reign FC: Registered a total of 44 appearances, and three goals for the club...she was part of the Seattle team that won the NWSL Shield. 

2015 Glasgow City (Scotland): On loan from the Seattle Reign FC, Corsie played for Glasgow City in the final part of their season, where she won her seventh League Title and fourth Scottish Women's Cup… 

2014 Notts County LFC (England): Named Captain… Started in every league and cup games during the season, making a total of 21 appearances, and scoring one goal… Voted Supporter's Player of the season, and Joint Manager's Player of the season… Named to FAWSL Best XI, and Team of the Year… 

2008-2013 Aberdeen Ladies (Scotland): Since joining the club at 18, she made 134 appearances, placing her in the top 10 of the club's most appeared players… Scored 14 goals, six coming in the prestigious Women's Champions League Competition… Won the Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup three times respectively...Corsie was named Club Captain in 2011…  

International Career: 

Scotland: 16 goals in 114 matches… Team captain… 

2019: Captained Scotland to its first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup appearance… 11 appearances… 

2018: Captain of Scotland WNT… Nine appearances…  

2017: Competed in every game of Scotland's Summer tournament--the first time that Scotland had ever reached a major tournament...played in FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifiers, continuing into 2018… 

2016: Qualified for the UEFA Women's European Championships in the Netherlands… 

2011: Captained the team to a 2-0 win over England--the first win against rivals in over 30 years…  

2009: Made her national team debut against France… Scored her first goal in a win over North Ireland… 
 


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