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Allie Long Biography
Allie Long whose birth name is Alexandra Linsley Long was born in Huntington, New York, United States on August 13, 1987.
She is an American soccer player who currently plays for the Portland Thorns of the National Women’s Soccer League as a midfielder.As an international player, she represents the United States women’s national soccer team. She has also played for Paris Saint-Germain, New York Fury, Sky Blue FC, and few more.
Professionally, Long has played for the Washington Freedom and Sky Blue FC of Women’s Professional Soccer, Paris Saint-Germain of Division 1 Féminine in France, and the New York Fury of Women’s Premier Soccer League Elite. Moreover, she has won the NWSL Championship with Portland Thorns FC in 2013. Additionally, she was also in the NWSL Best XI in 2015 and 2016.
Allie Long Age
The American soccer player who was born in Huntington, New York, United States on August 13, 1987.
Allie Long Net Worth
Long earns a healthy amount of money from her profession. However, there is no information regarding her salary and net worth. It has been approximated that her net worth is within the range of $1 million in recent rating and it is believed that at the pace in which the star is going, this approximated figure is capable of multiplying in the nearest future.
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Allie Long Education
She attended Northport High School from 2001 to 2005 where she played varsity soccer for four years . Later she joined Pennsylvania State University and represented Penn State Nittany Lions for one season.
Allie Long Family
Allie who was born in Huntington, New York, United States is the daughter to James Long and his wife Barbara.Long has a younger brother named Patrick.
Allie Long Career
Allie began her soccer career at her college level and later selected seventh overall in the first round of the 2009 Women’s Professional Soccer Draft by the Washington Freedom. During her spell at Washington Freedom, she scored four goals in 39 games. At the end of the season, she became the free agent and signed by Sky Blue FC in November 2010. However, she made only 18 appearances for the Sky Blue and netted three goals.
Following the 2011 season, Allie moved to Paris Saint Germain and made her debut on October 16, 2011, against FF Yzeure Allier Auvergne. Moreover, she made her appearance in 12 games scoring four goals. Additionally, Allie joined Portland Thorns FC on January 17, 2013. So far, she has managed to score 26 goals in 104 appearances for the club. In addition, she has won the NWSL Championship with Portland Thorns FC in 2013.
Allie has appeared in 33 games for the United States and scored six goals. Prior to joining the senior team, she has also represented the U20 and U23 team. Furthermore, Allie made her international debut for the United States senior women’s team in a friendly match against Canada.
On January 11, 2018, Long was traded to the Reign FC in exchange for Australian international forward Caitlin Foord and a 2020 NWSL 2nd Round draft pick. Long appeared in 19 regular season games for Seattle in 2018 and scored three goals. She missed the last 3 games of the regular season due to a knee injury but returned to the lineup for Seattle’s semi-final match against her former team, the Portland Thorns. Seattle lost to Portland, 2-1.
In 2019, she was not included in the 26-player training camp in January, and in February was named to the pre-tournament training camp but not the final 23-player roster for the She Believes Cup. Long made appearances off the bench in both April 2019 friendlies for the USWNT against Australia and Belgium.
In May 2019, Long was named to the final roster for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, marking her first senior World Cup appearance
Allie Long Wedding
She tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend Jose Batista. Since their marriage, the couple has maintained a perfect relationship between them.During their marriage ceremony, many soccer players have attended it. Currently, Allie and Jose are enjoying their married life and living elegantly.
Allie Long Portland Thorns
On January 17, 2013, it was revealed that Allie Long had signed with the Portland Thorns FC of the newly formed National Women’s Soccer League for the 2013 season.Following the American season, Allie Long agreed to an off-season loan to Chelsea Ladies. She traveled to Japan for the English team’s International Women’s Club Championship campaign.
Long became one of Portland’s top players over the years, scoring the most goals in the 2015 season and leading the team to the title in 2013, the semifinal in 2014 and 2016, and the title again in 2017.At the end of the Thorns’ 2017 season, she had the most appearances for the team over its five seasons and was its second-leading scorer, one goal behind captain Christine Sinclair.
Allie Long Futsal
For several years during her professional career, Long has played indoor soccer, futsal, in Queens and Brooklyn, New York City. She plays in high-school gymnasiums on highly-competitive men’s teams for prize money. She is a favorite with spectators, mostly Latinos, who call her “la rubia” (blondie) and “la blanquita” (little white girl). She was introduced to futsal by her boyfriend and later husband, Jose Batista, formerly a professional soccer player and a futsal player.
Allie Long Awards
- NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Region Third Team: 2005
- Soccer Buzz All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team: 2005
- Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America Second Team: 2005
- Soccer Buzz Freshman All-Mid-Atlantic Region Team: 2005
- All-Big Ten Second Team: 2005
- All-Big Ten Tournament Team: 2005
- Big Ten All-Freshman Team: 2005
- All-Big Ten First Team: 2006
- NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team: 2006
- Soccer Buzz All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team: 2006
- All-Big Ten Academic Team: 2006
- MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List: 2007
- Top Drawer Soccer Third Team: 2007
- NWSL Best XI: 2015, 2016
- NWSL Second XI: 2014