Women’s World Football Show, Episode 196 – Featuring Amy Sayer, Australia Women’s National Team and Stanford University Midfielder
The last time Amy Sayer was on our show was in 2018 when she was only 16-years old. Now all grown up and attending Stanford University in California, Amy is really making a name for herself in D1 soccer for the acclaimed university.
Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, Amy Sayer came up through the national team youth system, playing for the U17 and U20 Australia Women’s National Team. Starting academy play at only 11-years old, Amy was picked up by Canberra United of the W-League at just 14-years old. She then joined her hometown team Sydney FC before making her senior Matilda debut at Tournament of Nations in 2018 against Japan.
After graduating high school, Amy brought her game to America where she’s playing and studying at Stanford University. Now she’s embracing American culture (yes she has a hunting license!) and improving her game to be the best she can be on the pitch and off. She talks about her role model Lisa DeVanna, Women’s World Cup 2023, and more! Amy is part of the future of the Matildas and you do not want to miss this interview! (8′)
Follow Amy on IG @amysayer_
Amy Sayer on Episode 132 – (air date Oct. 7, 2018) – https://wwfshow.com/2018/10/08/episode-132-amy-sayer/
Beattie Goad on Episode 154 (original airdate Sept 8, 2019) – https://wwfshow.com/2020/06/01/episode-172-susie-petruccelli-jackie-gutierrez/
Teagan Micah on Episode 131 (original airdate Sept 24, 2018) – https://wwfshow.com/2018/09/24/episode-131-teagan-micah/
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Photo Courtesy of: Sydney FC
Original Broadcast Date: Sept 27, 2021
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