Randee Hermus

Nov 14, 1979
170 cm
Simon Fraser University
Where they grew up
Langley, CAN
International "A" Level - CAN WNT
113 Appearances
113 Starts
12 Goals
4 Assists


Randee Hermus

Randee Hermus... speaks English... earned Bachelor of Arts, Kinesiology and Exercise Science; Geography from Simon Fraser University in 2002... studied Sales and Marketing degree from British Columbia Institute of Technology in 2013...

served as a draw assistant at the Official Draw for the 2012 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifiers on 24 October 2011... attended the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 in Vancouver...

said coach Even Pellerud in 2000, “a ballwinner with attitude and determination“... said coach Shelley Howieson in 2012, “Randee was a dominant force on the field; tactically she was one step ahead of most people”...


Fourth-place finish with Canada at the FIFA Women’s World Cup USA 2003... in all, participated in two FIFA Women’s World Cups and one Olympic Tournament... three CONCACAF silver medals from five tournaments... Pan American Games bronze medal at Rio 2007... two-time runner up in Player of the Year voting (2004, 2005)... Canada’s leader in minutes played in 2005... career 113 international “A” appearances from 2000 to 2008 as a midfielder and centre back (she scored 12 goals and four assists), ranked fourth all time amongst Canadians when she left international football... Canada Soccer Centennial Top 30 Female Footballers... club career in Canada and Norway... two-time USL W-League winner with Vancouver Whitecaps (2004, 2006), including MVP performance at the 2004 Championship... two-time national Jubilee Trophy winner with Surrey United SC (2006, 2011)... in all, eight national medals at Canada Soccer’s National Championships (with 14 goals scored)... Canada Games winner with British Columbia in 1997.... honoured member of the Simon Fraser University Athletics Hall of Fame.


“I am unbelievably honoured to be inducted into the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame as part of the 2019 Class alongside Kevin McKenna.  To accompany my soccer heroes Geri Donnelly, Silvana Burtini and Amy Walsh, to name a few, is both humbling and astonishing. It is without hesitation that I must first and foremost thank my parents, John & Veronica, for their unconditional love and support throughout my entire playing career. I would like to express my sincere appreciation to my brothers for the sacrifices they made so that I was able to play for my country and represent my family with pride. I would also like to thank my extended family and close friends for their unwavering encouragement and constant belief in me. To those of you that stayed up late and woke up early to support me from afar, you know who you are – thank you. To a few of my closest teammates and friends who made an ever-lasting impact on my life and my career, I am eternally grateful: my bestie & caboose, Miranda Zilm; my hometown girl, Katie Thorlakson; my Norwegian travel partner, Kristina Kiss; and my BC team buddy, Karina LeBlanc. A special thanks must also go to the women that I was so fortunate to share the pitch with for all those years whilst playing for Canada and Surrey United SC. It is these lifelong friendships that serve as a constant reminder of our beautiful game and what it is all about. I will be forever indebted to those exceptional coaches who pushed me beyond my limits and empowered me to realize my full potential: Ajay Patel, Pat Rohla, Stuart Neely, Ian Bridge, Steve Kindel, Jeff Clarke, Chris Bennett, and Even Pellerud. Thank you, as well, to those clubs and organizations that provided the foundation from which I was able to grow and develop: Simon Fraser University, Surrey United, The Vancouver Whitecaps, and IF Floya. Finally, to all my former teammates: thank you for the camaraderie, the laughter and the ever-lasting memories both on and off the pitch. You challenged me, both personally and professionally, to be the best version of myself day in and day out. Thank you to Canada Soccer for this incredible honour that I will share for a lifetime, not only with those who were instrumental in shaping my past, but also those with whom I will build my future - my partner, my children, and all of my loved ones.”

For Country

finished fourth with Canada at the XIII Pan American Games Winnipeg 1999... she was 20 years old when she made her debut for Canada (12 March 2000)... represented Canada at the 2000 Algarve Women's Cup... finished fourth with Canada at the 2000 CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup... represented Canada at the 2001 Algarve Women's Cup... 
represented Canada at the 2002 Algarve Women's Cup... she scored her first international “A” goal for Canada on 5 March 2002 in Silves, POR (Algarve Cup)… won a silver medal with Canada at the 2002 CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for USA 2003... represented Canada at the 2003 Algarve Women's Cup... finished fourth with Canada at the FIFA Women's World Cup USA 2003 (she did not feature because of an injury)... she was the 10th women's footballer to make her 50th appearance for Canada (01 March 2004)... finished third with Canada at the 2004 CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying tournament in Costa Rica... 
she was the seventh women's footballer to make her 75th appearance for Canada (28 October 2006)... won a silver medal with Canada at the 2006 CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup / FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for China 2007... won a bronze medal with Canada at the XV Pan American Games Rio 2007... represented Canada at the FIFA Women's World Cup China 2007... because of her injury in 2003, she incidentally holds the Canadian record for most matches played before making her FIFA Women’s World Cup debut (90 appearances from 2000 to 2007)... finished first with Canada at the 2008 Cyprus Women's Cup... she was the fourth women's footballer to make her 100th appearance for Canada (14 March 2008)... finished second with Canada at the 2008 CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying tournament (Canada qualified for the Beijing 2008 Olympics)... reached the quarter-final phase with Canada at the Beijing 2008 Women's Olympic Football Tournament... played in a career-high 46 consecutive Canada matches from 2005 to 2008, at the time a national record (surpassed by Sophie Schmidt in 2012)... 


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