U.S. Soccer
Lindsey Horan
Women's National Team

Lindsey Horan

Midfielder Caps/Goals - 33/3
  • Date of Birth

  • Height

    5-9

  • Hometown

    Golden, Colo.

  • Club

    Portland Thorns FC

Made history as the first female player in U.S. history to sign a professional contract straight out of high school, traveling to Europe to play for Paris Saint-Germain in July of 2012 soon after her graduation One of the top players in the USA’s youth National Team programs in recent years, she debuted in 2013 at the Algarve Cup and was called back in for the latter part of the Victory Tour in 2015 … 2015: Returned to the U.S. WNT roster for the first time since making her debut in 2013 … Called in for the October matches on the Victory Tour and earned her third career cap and first of the year when she started against Brazil on Oct. 25, providing an assist on Crystal Dunn’s goal in the first half … Scored her first international goal with the senior team on Dec. 10 against Trinidad &Tobago in San Antonio and also provided two assists during the game … It was marked the first time she played all 90 minutes in a WNT game …  2013: Made her U.S. WNT debut at the Algarve Cup coming off the bench against China PR on March 8 … Also played in the final game of the year against Brazil in Orlando … Youth National Teams: Finished her U-20 WNT career as one of the all-time leading scorers at that level with 24 goals in 26 caps … A key player on the 2014 Under-20 Women’s World Cup team …  Started all four games for the USA, playing every minute and was the team’s leading scorer on the with three goals and one assist … A member of the U.S. team that won the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship in the Cayman Islands to earn a berth to the World Cup, but played in just two matches before being recalled to France by her club PSG … Still scored three goals in with one assist in 180 minutes of action … Scored a pair of braces against the China PR U-20s in 2014 and also scored against the France U-20s … Helped the U.S. U-20s to the title of the 2012 CONCACAF Under-20 Women’s Championship in Panama, thereby earning a berth to the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Japan, but missed the tournament due to a knee injury … Played in all five games during the qualifying tournament, starting in four, totaling 330 minutes ... Scored four goals, three of which were against Guatemala, and assisted one in the qualifying tournament ... Competed in La Manga, Spain with the U-20s, scoring a hat trick against Switzerland and the winning goal against Germany in Spain … Scored two goals against China with the U-20s … Scored one goal against New Zealand with the U-20s … Member of the U.S. U-18 National Team in 2011 … Finished her U.S. U-17 National Team career with 15 goals in 17 international appearances … Leading scorer of the U-17 qualifying tournament with nine goals and six assists … Member of the U.S. U-15 National Team 2009 … Attended the U.S. U-14 National Identification Camp in 2008. First cap: March 8, 2013 vs. China PR. First Goal: Dec. 10, 2015 vs. Trinidad & Tobago.

Committed to play for University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill for the fall of 2012, but instead opted to bypass college and signed professionally for PSG in France, becoming the first American female to skip college soccer and go straight to the pros … Opted not to play high school soccer in order to train with the U-15/16 Colorado Rush Development Academy Boys and U-17 Nike Boys teams.

Ended her contract with Paris Saint-Germain at the end of 2015 – she played her final game in France on Dec. 5, 2015 (where she scored a goal) -- in order to return to play professionally in the U.S. where she was allocated to the Portland Thorns FC in the NWSL for the 2016 season … Played at PSG in France for three and half years … Appeared in 58 Division 1 Féminine matches, while scoring 46 goals … Saw action in 10 Champions League matches and scored three goals … Was part of seven French Cup contests and scored four goals … Scored 20 goals in all competitions in the 2013-2014 season and scored 17 in 20 games during the 2012-2013 season … Made her UEFA Champions League debut against Tyreso of Sweden in October of that year … Helped PSG to a runner-up finish in the French Cup in 2014 … Helped PSG qualify for the 2014-2015 UEFA Champions League after finishing second in the French Feminine Division I … Was the youngest player on PSG during her first two seasons … Youth Club: Played U-5 through U-10 for the TMSA Great White Sharks … Played from U-11 through U-12 with Edge … Played U-13 through U-18 for Colorado Rush ... Also trained with the U-15/16 Colorado Rush Developmental Academy boys and U-17 Nike Boys … Won State Cup from 2006-2010 … Most Valuable Player of State Cup in 2009 and 2010 … Regional Champion in 2010 and took third place in Nationals … Trained with two-time European champion Olympique Lyonnaise of France for a week in the Fall of 2011. 

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