Amy Walsh

Sep 13, 1977
Montréal, CAN
177 cm
McGill University University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Where they grew up
St-Bruno, CAN
International "A" Level - CAN WNT
102 Appearances
102 Starts
5 Goals
6 Assists


Amy Walsh

Amy Heather Walsh... soccer family (brother Ian, sisters Cindy, Sarah, Bonnie)... parents Christopher and Judith Walsh... grew up playing soccer and basketball... she was six years old when she started playing soccer for CS St-Bruno... favourites included Wayne Gretzky... one of four sisters that played for FC Sélect Rive-Sud (while their mother served as team manager)...

after her playing career, she was formally honoured by Canada Soccer for reaching 100 international “A” appearances ahead of the Canada home match on 30 September 2010 at BMO Field in Toronto (Canada Soccer President Dr. Dominic Maestracci presented commemorative plates to both Diana Matheson and Amy Walsh)... she was formally inducted to the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame ahead of the Canada home match on 11 June 2017 at BMO Field in Toronto...

wrote Jim Morris ahead of the FIFA Women’s World Cup USA 1999, Walsh “is the engine that will help drive the offence”... said coach Neil Turnbull in 1999, “she’s our top ball winner; she consistently comes out on top winning balls in the air, winning tackles, getting the knockdowns; she covers a lot of ground”... said coach Even Pellerud in 2000, “captain and leader by example; very dedicated, strong work ethic, and very important to the team“... said Walsh in 2011, “it feels good to reach 100 appearances. I feel it’s been a long time coming with a couple of injuries. It’s very special to share the moment with a core group of girls that I have played with for a long time”... said Walsh in 2017, “I got to live through all kinds of roles and all sorts of mental tests that I think only made me a better player and a better teammate”... wrote Neil Davidson in 2017, “an energetic ball-winner, Walsh was a key cog in Canada’s women’s team.”... wrote Melissa Tancredi in 2017, Walsh “led by example on and off the field, brought the Canadian grit and passion every single day, but never stopped making us laugh at the same time”...


"I am profoundly honoured to be inducted into the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2017 alongside Paul Stalteri. I am humbled that I will now stand shoulder to shoulder with many of my soccer heroes such as Connie Cant, Geri Donnelly and Andrea Neil. I would like to thank my parents for their loving encouragement and support; my siblings for their fierce loyalty and friendship; and my husband, JP, for his unwavering belief in me. I am grateful for the exceptional people and clubs who helped shape me into a better player and person over the course of my career: St-Bruno and Brossard soccer clubs; Yannick Heliou; Dean Howie; John Walker, Neil Turnbull, and Even Pellerud. And finally, to all my former teammates: thank you for the camaraderie, the laughter and for challenging me to be better every single day. Thank you to Canada Soccer for this incredible honour."


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