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Sydney Leroux



Hometown: Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Previous clubs: Orlando Pride, FC Kansas City, Western New York Flash, Boston Breakers, Seattle Reign, Seattle Sounders Women, Vancouver Whitecaps Women 

College: UCLA

Country: USA, Canada

Height: 5'7

DOB: 5/7/1990

Acquired via: Trade

A native of Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, Leroux played collegiately at UCLA, where she led the Bruins in scoring for three consecutive seasons. Following college, she was chosen in the 2012 Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) draft by the Atlanta Beat, but the league folded before the season got underway.

In 2013, she had a breakout NWSL season with the Boston Breakers, where she scored her first professional goal and hat trick. The following year, she was traded to the Seattle Reign, where she would help lead the team to the 2014 Supporters Shield.

Injury, international duty, and her pregnancy with her son, Cassius, sidelined Leroux for much of the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Now with FC Kansas City, she returned to play in 2017 and scored in the first game of the season against her former team, the Boston Breakers.

In 2018, Leroux was traded to the Orlando Pride. She was the leading goalscorer for the Pride in both 2018 and 2021; she took much of 2019 off while pregnant with her daughter, Roux.

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