Welcome to amylepeilbet.com!
Throughout my career as a professional soccer player, I have had the privilege to play alongside some of the greatest players in the world and play for several great clubs in Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) and the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL).
Over a 12-year career, I had the honor of representing my country in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup, in which we came in second place, and the 2012 Olympics, where we won the gold medal! In addition, I am proud to say that I was part of the 2014 and 2015 NWSL Championship winning team, FC Kansas City. Prior to that, in WPS, I was twice named the WPS Defender of the Year.
After a very fulfilling and successful professional career, I am ready to begin my new journey as a coach. I am incredibly passionate about the game and want to pass that love for the game on to the next generation.
As a player, I was focused at training and worked hard everyday. I prided myself on being consistent for my team. I was always respectful and kind to my teammates, but expected them to be focused and to try their best at every training session and game. But at the same time, I also made sure to enjoy the journey. Playing soccer is fun! I was so grateful for every day that I got to step out onto the field and play soccer alongside my teammates and friends.
Through sharing my experiences and knowledge, I want to motivate kids to achieve their best. I am dedicated to continuing to learn and improve myself, and am confident that together with those that I coach we will both reach new heights in our performances!
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RT @CoachMotto: TOUGHNESS is • Hard to find • Hard to teach • Hard to beat
RT @CoachMotto: It's supposed to be hard. If it wasn't hard, everyone would do it. The hard is what makes it great. (League of Their Own)
RT @CoachMotto: If you train badly, you play badly. If you work like a beast in training, you play the same way. – Pep Guardiola
RT @CoachMotto: Focus all your effort on what is in your power to control. – John Wooden