The fastest and strongest soccer player in the world is Brittany Matthews, the youngest player ever to win a FIFA World Cup and the first female to represent Canada at the international level.
Matthews was the best player on the field when Canada won the tournament in the 2017 Women’s World Cup in the U.S. The 16-year-old played in the first ever Women’s National Team scrimmage in Vancouver on Friday, March 4.
The scrimmage, which included four games against each other, was organized by the U-17 and U-18 National Teams, the men’s and women’s national teams, the National Women’s Soccer League, the Canadian Soccer Association, the W-League, the U18 Women’s Division and the U17 Soccer Development Academy.
Matthews is currently the WUSA Player of the Year, Canada’s best player at the World Cup, and has been named the 2018 FIFA Women’s Player of The Year.
She also earned the Women’s Olympic Gold Medal in 2016, and the 2019 FIFA Women World Cup MVP.
Matthews has scored four goals in five games this season, and is on track to score a hat trick this weekend when the Canadian Women’s U-19 team hosts Mexico at the Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.
She is ranked fifth in the WNWSL in goals (17), second in assists (19), tied for second in games played (65), tied with three others for the league lead in goals scored (26), tied second in minutes played (7,867), third in goals per game (1.23) and fourth in goals allowed per game (.889).
“I am really happy to be a part of this,” Matthews said.
“Canada is a great country and they are always ready for me and to give me the best opportunities I can. “
They are always watching, and hopefully, they will keep me in the game. “
Canada is a great country and they are always ready for me and to give me the best opportunities I can.
I have my family, my family and my coaches and I just want to play as many games as I can.” “
My dream is to play in the Olympics.
I have my family, my family and my coaches and I just want to play as many games as I can.”
Matthews played in a scrimmage with Canada’s U.17 team in March of this year.
Canada beat Japan, Sweden and Germany to win the Women World Series.
Matthews had six goals and four assists in five matches.
She was the only player in attendance during the scrimmage and had her first professional goal in a 1-0 win over Sweden on March 7, 2018.
The WNWSC is the first professional women’s league in North America.
It’s the largest women’s soccer league in the country and has the most female players in the sport.
Matthews became the first Canadian to score five goals in a World Cup qualifying match in 2018, when she scored twice in a 2-1 victory over Brazil.
The Canadian-born player has played professionally for seven years in Canada and the United States, scoring 16 goals and nine assists in 77 appearances.
In 2019, she was named the U20 Women’s MVP, which was the highest honour given to a Canadian player.
The U-20 World Cup is the largest tournament in women’s professional soccer.
Canada is the only country to win three World Cups, but it was only in 2009 that Canada won a World Championship.
Matthews made history when she broke her own U-21 World Cup scoring record with a hat-trick in the 2019 tournament, which came as Canada finished second in Group C. “The women’s game has always been a part [of] my life, but for me it has always just been about the game,” she said.
“Soccer is just a great sport and I think it is one of the best ways to stay motivated and keep moving forward.” “
Matthews said the goal of the tournament is to help develop women’s talent. “
Soccer is just a great sport and I think it is one of the best ways to stay motivated and keep moving forward.”
Matthews said the goal of the tournament is to help develop women’s talent.
“Every game is going to be something special,” she added.
“There are so many opportunities for girls to go and play, and for the teams to work and for us to get better as players.”