U.S. Soccer
Rose Lavelle
Women's National Team

Rose Lavelle

Midfielder Caps/Goals - 6 Caps / 2 Goals
  • Date of Birth

  • Height


  • Hometown

    Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Club

    Boston Breakers

Rose Lavelle is one of the top young players in the U.S. WNT player pool. She was called up to train with the full U.S. Women's National Team for the first during the final four matches of its Women’s World Cup Victory Tour in December of 2015 and made her debut during the 2017 SheBelieves Cup.

Lavelle Facts: 

  • Full name is Rosemary Kathleen Lavelle.
  • Goes by Rose.
  • Majored in sociology at Wisconsin.
  • Has a bulldog named Wilma, who is her best friend.
  • You can follow Wilma @Wilmajeanwrinkles on Instagram.
  • Rose enjoys dancing and singing.
  • Loves to watch college basketball and is a diehard fan of Xavier.
  • Her baseball team is the Cincinnati Reds.
  • Is proud of her Irish heritage, hence her fair complexion.
  • Loves to watch sports, meet new dogs and play tricks on her teammates.
  • Played for Cincinnati United Premier for five seasons since U-14s.
  • Played in W-League during the summer of 2014 with the Dayton Dutch Lions. 
WNT - Rose Lavelle

U.S. Women's National Team

First Cap:
 March 4, 2017 vs. England

First Goal: April 9, 2017 vs. Russia


  • Made her first appearance for the U.S. WNT on March 4 against England at the 2017 SheBelieves Cup, playing all 90 minutes in a highly praised debut.
  • Has started every game for the WNT since then and now has six caps and two goals. Her second goal came against Sweden on June 8 in Gothenburg.

U.S. Youth National Teams

  • Played with the U-23 WNT in 2016 for several training camps.
  • Helped lead the U.S. U-23 WNT to the title at the 2015 Four Nations Tournament in Norway, recording one assist in each of the three games, and scored one goal in the finale vs. England.
  • A starter on the 2014 U.S. Under-20 Women's World Cup Team, she played every minute of all four games and was one of the top performers on the team.
  • She scored her first international goal at the U-20 level against China in the final group match at the Women's World Cup that clinched the USA’s advancement to the knockout round.
  • Named the MVP of the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship in which she played in and started four of the five matches as the USA earned its berth to the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup … Attended her first U-20 WNT camp in February of 2013 at the start of the cycle.
  • Finished her U-20 WNT career with 19 caps and one goal.
  • Trained a bit with the U.S. U-18s in 2013.
  • Taken as the #1 overall pick in the 2017 NWSL Draft by the Boston Breakers.
  • Has scored two goals in 2017 for the Breakers and has one assist.
  • Has started eight games for Boston but is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury she suffered while in Europe during the WNT game vs. Norway on June 11.