|Full name||Emily Louise van Egmond |
|Date of birth||12 July 1993|
|Place of birth||Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia|
|Height||1.79 m (5 ft 10+1⁄2 in) |
|San Diego Wave|
|2008||Northern NSW Pride|
|2012||Western New York Flash|
|2013||Seattle Reign FC||6||(0)|
|2013–2014||Western Sydney Wanderers||12||(2)|
|2014||Chicago Red Stars||10||(2)|
|2015–2016||1. FFC Frankfurt||17||(1)|
|2016||VfL Wolfsburg II||3||(1)|
|2019–2020||→ Melbourne City (loan)||13||(6)|
|2020||→ West Ham United (loan)||10||(3)|
|2021||West Ham United||11||(1)|
|2022–||San Diego Wave||2||(0)|
| *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 18 December 2021|
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 21 January 2022
Emily Louise van Egmond (born 12 July 1993) is an Australian professional soccer player who plays as a midfielder for San Diego Wave FC and the Australia women's national team. She previously played for German side 1. FFC Frankfurt and VfL Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga, Danish side Fortuna Hjørring in the Elitedivisionen, Chicago Red Stars and Orlando Pride in the NWSL, West Ham United in the FA Women's Super League, as well as Canberra United, Western Sydney Wanderers, Newcastle Jets and Melbourne City in Australia's W-League.
Van Egmond was raised in Newcastle, Australia. She began playing football at the age of five. She is the daughter of former Socceroo and Newcastle United Jets A-League coach, Gary van Egmond.  
Van Egmond played for Canberra United from 2009 through 2011. During the 2009 season, she made six appearances for the club and scored one goal. During the 2010/11 season, she played in seven matches and scored one goal. 
Van Egmond played for Fortuna Hjørring during the 2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League after being scouted by the team at the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup.  She made one appearance for the club during a match against BSC YB Frauen. 
Van Egmond returned to the Newcastle Jets for the 2012–2013 season. She scored four goals in the eight matches she started and played in.  
During the summer of 2012, van Egmond played for the Western New York Flash in the Women's Premier Soccer League Elite, the top division women's soccer league at the time. The team clinched the league championship. During the championship final, the Flash defeated the Chicago Red Stars 4–3 on penalties. Van Egmond scored on the fourth penalty for the Flash giving them a 3–2 lead. The Red Stars missed their fourth penalty and the championship title was sealed by Angela Salem's successful fifth penalty.  
On 12 July 2013, American side Seattle Reign FC signed van Egmond for the remainder of the inaugural season of the National Women's Soccer League.  She made her debut for the club during a match against the Washington Spirit in which the Reign won 2–1.  Van Egmond made six appearances for the Reign including four starts, tallying 296 minutes on the pitch. 
Van Egmond signed with Western Sydney Wanderers at the beginning of the 2013–14 season. 
In May 2014, van Egmond joined Chicago Red Stars of the NWSL.  She was waived by the Chicago Red Stars in September 2014. 
Ahead of the 2014 season, van Egmond returned again to the Newcastle Jets. 
On 12 June 2015, van Egmond joined German Frauen-Bundesliga club 1. FFC Frankfurt. 
On 23 August 2016, van Egmond joined Bundesliga club VfL Wolfsburg on a two-year deal.  On 13 October 2017, van Egmond left VfL Wolfsburg to return to Australia. 
Despite initial reports by VfL Wolfsburg, Newcastle Jets coach Craig Deans confirmed that the club had not signed van Egmond directly from VfL Wolfsburg.  A few days later however, Newcastle Jets found the funds to sign her to their W-League squad. 
On 14 February 2018, Orlando Pride announced that they had signed van Egmond.  Van Egmond made her debut for the Pride on 28 April 2018. 
On 15 August 2019, Orlando Pride announced that van Egmond would undergo season-ending ankle surgery in Australia. She was placed on the season ending injury list.  
In March 2020, the impending NWSL season was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. An eventual restart was made through a smaller schedule 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup tournament.   However, on 22 June, Orlando withdrew from the tournament following positive COVID-19 tests among both players and staff. 
During the NWSL offseason, van Egmond joined Melbourne City ahead of the 2019–20 W-League season.  Van Egmond scored a career-high six regular season goals as Melbourne successfully defended their Premiership title and subsequently went on to win the Championship, beating Sydney FC in the final.  
On 28 August 2020, having been unable play since the W-League Championship game in February, Orlando loaned van Egmond to English FA WSL club West Ham United ahead of the 2020–21 season.  She scored her first goal for the team on 18 October 2020 in a 4–2 defeat to Manchester United. 
In January 2021, van Egmond signed permanently with the club. 
In May 2021, van Egmond left West Ham United despite being offered a new contract. 
On 7 October 2021, it was announced van Egmond had re-signed with Orlando Pride for the remainder of the 2021 season.  She made two substitute appearances for 58 minutes. On 18 January 2022, van Egmond's NWSL playing rights were traded with Taylor Kornieck to San Diego Wave FC in exchange for $125,000 in allocation money and San Diego's natural second-round pick in the 2024 NWSL Draft. 
With van Egmond's NWSL set to expire on 31 December 2021, Orlando Pride transferred her to Newcastle Jets on 7 December so she could immediately join the team for the 2021–22 A-League Women season during the NWSL offseason while retaining her playing rights. The spell was van Egmond's fifth with her hometown team. 
Van Egmond represented the Young Matildas at under-20 level.  In January 2010, she was called up to the Australia women's national soccer team for a two-match series against Italy,  but was unable to play in either match due to an ankle injury.  She made her senior debut as a late substitute in a match against DPR Korea on 3 March 2010.  During the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup in Germany seventeen-year-old van Egmond scored to launch Australia to a 2–1 lead over Equatorial Guinea, and helped the squad win 3–2.  On 10 June 2021, she played her 100th match for Australia in a friendly match against Denmark. 
Van Egmond was selected for the Australian women's football Matildas soccer team which qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The Matildas advanced to the quarter-finals with one victory and a draw in the group play. In the quarter-finals they beat Great Britain 4-3 after extra time. However, they lost 1–0 to Sweden in the semi-final and were then beaten 4–3 in the bronze medal playoff by USA.  Full details.
Scores and results list Australia's goal tally first
|1||3 July 2011||Ruhrstadion, Bochum, Germany||Equatorial Guinea||2–1||3–2||2011 FIFA Women's World Cup|
|2||3 September 2011||Jinan Olympic Sports Center, Jinan, China||Thailand||5–0||5–1||2012 Olympics qualifying|
|3||8 September 2011||China||1–0||1–0|
|4||27 November 2013||Parramatta Stadium, Sydney, Australia||China||2–0||2–1||Friendly|
|5||7 March 2014||GSP Stadium, Nicosia, Cyprus||France||2–3||2–3||2014 Cyprus Cup|
|6||12 March 2014||Paralimni Stadium, Paralimni, Cyprus||Italy||2–0||5–2|
|8||12 February 2015||Bill McKinlay Park, Auckland, New Zealand||New Zealand||1–0||3–2||Friendly|
|9||9 March 2015||GSZ Stadium, Larnaca, Cyprus||Finland||3–0||3–0||2015 Cyprus Cup|
|10||11 March 2015||Paralimni Stadium, Paralimni, Cyprus||Czech Republic||2–1||6–2|
|11||21 May 2015||Jubilee Oval, Sydney, Australia||Vietnam||7–0||11–0||Friendly|
|12||2 March 2016||Nagai Stadium, Osaka, Japan||Vietnam||7–0||9–0||2016 Olympics qualifying|
|13||4 March 2016||South Korea||2–0||2–0|
|14||9 March 2016||China||1–1||1–1|
|15||30 July 2017||Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, United States||Japan||4–1||4–2||2017 Tournament of Nations|
|16||10 April 2018||Amman International Stadium, Amman, Jordan||Vietnam||4–0||8–0||2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup|
|17||10 November 2018||Penrith Stadium, Sydney, Australia||Chile||1–0||2–3||Friendly|
|19||10 February 2020||Campbelltown Stadium, Sydney, Australia||Thailand||1–0||6–0||2020 Olympics qualifying|
|22||13 February 2020||Western Sydney Stadium, Sydney, Australia||China||1–1||1–1|
|23||6 March 2020||Newcastle International Sports Centre, Newcastle, Australia||Vietnam||3–0||5–0|
|24||23 October 2021||Western Sydney Stadium, Sydney, Australia||Brazil||3–1||3–1||Friendly|
|25||21 January 2022||Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai, India||Indonesia||9–0||18–0||2022 AFC Women's Asian Cup|
|28||24 January 2022||Philippines||3–0||4–0|
|29||27 January 2022||Thailand||1–0||2–1|
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