Ashley Lawrence

11 June 1995
Chelsea FC
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
170 cm
West Virginia University
Where they grew up
Caledon East, Ontario, Canada
International "A" - CAN WNT
132 Appearances
112 Starts
8 Goals
19 Assists


Ashley Lawrence

Ashley Elizabeth Lawrence... she/her... speaks English and French... her mother was born in Yarmouth, NS while her step father was born in NGA... grew up participating in swimming, soccer and dancing... enjoys reading, hanging out with friends and family... growing up, favourites included Lionel Messi...

on 21 December 2021, the Ashley Lawrence Field at Creditview Sandalwood Park was named in her honour by the City of Brampton (as well as the Kadeisha Buchanan Field... Canada Soccer Player of the Year in 2019...

with Canada at the Olympic Games, won both a gold medal (Tokyo 2021) and a bronze medal (Rio 2016)... represented Canada at two FIFA Women’s World Cups (Canada 2015 and France 2019)... won four Concacaf medals with Canada (2016 silver, 2018 silver, 2020 silver, 2022 silver)... represented Canada at three FIFA youth tournaments (U-17 at Trinidad and Tobago 2010 and Azerbaijan 2012; U-20 at Canada 2014)... won a Concacaf youth medal with Canada (2012 silver U-17)…

in France with Paris Saint-Germain FC, a Championnat de France winner (2020-21) and two-time Coupe de France winner (2018, 2022)...

on the morning just hours before she won an Olympic Gold Medal, the City of Caledon honoured her by proclaiming it Ashley Lawrence Day... part of the Canada Soccer team that met Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Parliament Hill on 6 June 2016 ahead of their international match one day later in Ottawa...

said coach Kenneth Heiner-Møller after Lawrence won 2019 Canadian Player of the Year honours, “she is a fantastic, positive individual with great character and someone who looks at ways to improve her game all the time. She is a world-class player with a fast-paced drive on the ball; she has the ability to pass, cross and shoot with both feet; she is able to play at several positions on the highest level. In 2019, her leadership abilities continued to develop both on and off the pitch, providing a positive impact on both her younger teammates as well as her own game”...

For Country

she was 14 years old when she made her debut in the Canadian youth program in 2010 with coach Bryan Rosenfeld... represented Canada at the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Trinidad and Tobago 2010... won a silver medal at the 2012 CONCACAF Women's Under-17 Championship in Guatemala (Canada qualified for Azerbaijan 2012)... represented Canada at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Azerbaijan 2012... finished sixth with Canada at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2014... finished fourth with Canada at the Pan American Games Toronto 2015...

she was 17 years old when she made her debut for Canada on 12 January 2013... finished sixth with Canada at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015... she scored her first international “A” goal for Canada on 15 June 2015 in Montréal (FIFA Women's World Cup)… won a silver medal with Canada at the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship in USA (Canada qualified for Rio 2016)... finished first with Canada at the 2016 Algarve Women’s Cup... won an Olympic bronze medal with Canada at the Rio 2016 Women's Olympic Football Tournament... played in 22 consecutive Canada matches (2015-16)...

won a silver medal with Canada at the 2018 Concacaf Women’s Championship in USA (Canada qualified for France 2019)... represented Canada at the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019... won a silver medal with Canada at the 2020 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship (Canada qualified for Tokyo 2020)... won an Olympic gold medal with Canada at the Tokyo 2020 Women’s Olympic Football Tournament in 2021...

won a silver medal with Canada at the 2022 Concacaf Women’s Championship in Mexico (Canada qualified for Australia & New Zealand 2023)...

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