Erin McLeod

Feb 26, 1983
St. Albert, CAN
174 cm
Southern Methodist University Penn State University
Where they grew up
Edmonton & Calgary, CAN
International "A" Level - CAN WNT
119 Appearances
117 Starts
47 cleansheets


Erin McLeod

Erin Katrina McLeod... she/her... speaks English... both of her parents were born in Victoria, BC... growing up, moved with her family to Indonesia, but then moved back to Calgary to live with her grandmother... she was four years old when she first played soccer for St. Albert... growing up, favourites included Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, Edmonton Oilers... has a tattoo on her forearm representing her immediate family (”V”)... earned a degree in creative advertising from Penn State University... active as an artist, she notes her love for “a mixture of street art and classical art - from Banksy to Gustuv Klimt, there is never a lack of inspiration”...

shaped and coloured her hairstyle (red and white) before the Final Match of the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship Canada 2002... carried the Toronto 2015 torch in the lead up to the Pan American Games Toronto 2015...

with Canada at the Olympic Games, won both a gold medal (Tokyo 2021) and a bronze medal (London 2012)... represented Canada at four FIFA Women’s World Cups (USA 2003, China 2007, Germany 2011, Canada 2015), including a fourth-place finish at USA 2003... in all, represented Canada at two Olympic Games (Beijing 2008 and London 2012)... won six Concacaf medals with Canada (2002 silver, 2004 bronze, 2006 silver, 2008 silver, 2012 silver, 2016 silver)... from China PR 2007, was noted by the FIFA Women’s World Cup Technical Study Group (”influential goalkeeper, steady performances”)... from London 2012, was noted by the Olympic Football Tournament Technical Study Group (”reliable goalkeeper with good positional play, comes off her line to good effect”)... from Canada 2015, was noted by the FIFA Women’s World Cup Technical Study Group (”goalkeeper with good positioning and technique, played with confidence and leadership, communicated well from the back”)...

won a silver medal with Canada at the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship Canada 2002… as a youth player in 2002, was noted by the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship Technical Study Group (”self-assured in all situations, good positioning, organised defence well”)...

she was celebrated as part of the London 2012 Olympic soccer team honoured in the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame’s Class of 2019 in Toronto on 23 October 2019 (she was one of 18 players that attended the event)...



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