|Full name||Angela Beard|
|Date of birth||16 August 1997|
|Place of birth||Australia|
| *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 27 November 2022 (UTC)|
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 17 November 2022
Angela Beard (born 16 August 1997) is an Australian soccer player, who currently plays for Fortuna Hjørring. She has represented Australia’s U-17 and U-20 youth level teams as well as the senior level. In 2022 she stated her intention to represent the Philippines but has not been capped yet.
Beard made her debut for Brisbane Roar on 14 September 2014 in a match against Perth Glory.She made five appearances for the team during the 2014–15 W-League season. The Roar finished in sixth place during the regular season with a 4–6–2 record.
Returning to the Roar for the 2015–16 W-League season, Beard helped the team finish in fourth place during the regular season securing a berth to the playoffs.During a match against Melbourne Victory on 9 January, Beard scored a goal in the third minute of stoppage time lifting the final score to 4–0. During the semifinal match against regular season champions Melbourne City, the Roar was defeated 5–4 in a penalty kick shootout after 120 minutes of regular and overtime produced no goals for either side.
Beard was named the November 2015 nominee for the 2015/16 W-League Young Footballer of the Year award. Of the nomination, she said, "This is only my second season in the Westfield W-League and I feel very privileged to be recognised at this early stage of my career."Following her performance in the 2016 W-League semifinal against Melbourne City, team captain and Matilda Clare Polkinghorne said, "she’s got a really bright career ahead of her. She’s only 18 years old, she’s going to be a real force in Australian football." She was later named the Women's Player of the Year by the club.
On 19 September 2017, Beard joined Melbourne Victory on a one-year deal, re-joining coach Jeff Hopkins.Beard has since re-signed for Melbourne Victory on a two-year deal.
In June 2021, Beard sealed a move to Danish club Fortuna Hjørring, joining Australians Indiah-Paige Riley, Alexandra Huynh, and Clare Wheeler.
Beard has represented Australia on the under-17 and under-20 national teams.In January 2016, she was called up to training camp for the senior national team. In September 2021, Beard made her senior debut in a friendly against the Republic of Ireland.
Beard is eligible to represent the Philippines through her mother, who is from Cebu. On October 2, 2022, Beard was invited to the training camp of the Philippines prior to the team's friendlies against Costa Rica.
|Club||Season||League||Cup 1 2||Total|
|KR Reykjavik||2020||Besta-Deild Kvenna||10||1||1||0||11||1|
1 Icelandic Women's Football Cup.
2 Danish Women's Cup.
with Brisbane Roar
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