Adelaide Wyrzynski

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Adelaide Wyrzynski
  
Personal information
Date of birth (2006-03-25) March 25, 2006 (age 14)
Height 156 cm (5 ft 1 in)
Playing position Attacking Mid-Field Forward/ Right Wing
Club information
Current team
FNSW Institute
Adelaide Wyrzynski
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NationalityAustralian
CitizenshipAustralia
Alma materWestfield Sports High School
OccupationSoccer player

Adelaide Wyrzynski (born 25th March 2006) is an Australian Female Soccer player who currently plays for the FNSW Institute in the NSW NPL1 Youth League.

She was picked to represent NSW Lightning in both the 2019 & 2020 FFA National Futsal Championships.

Adelaide received a Scholarship from the FC Barcelona Escola Sydney Academy in 2017 whilst representing Sydney University in the NPL1 GSAP. Adelaide played an important part in the Westfield Sports High School Team who won the 2018 & 2019 Bill Turner Trophy by scoring 2 goals. She also scored 6 goals in the 2018 Wanderers Cup as an attacking Midfield/Forward.

Adelaide, highlighted as being the only female whom was a part of the Wolverines 2018 all male 12s winning squad at the Sydney International Cup[1] held at the Narrabeen Sydney Academy of Sport.

Playing Position: Attacking Midfield Forward/Right Wing

Goals Tally
2017 Goals Tally = 51[2]
2018 Goals Tally = 108[3]
2019 Goals Tally = 71[4]
2020 Goals Tally = 14[5][6]

About Adelaide

Adelaide worked her way to be part of the well respected Westfields Sports High School by trialing with 400 students who were then reduced to 60 ,30 and was 1 of 6 girls chosen. Her soccer career started with Apia Leichhardt Tigers[7] from the age of 6 until 9.

She then was chosen to play for Sydney University in the first year of the SAP Program U10's (2016)[8] simultaneously playing with Hurlstone Park Wanderers FC[9] U10's.

2017 brought about the recognition - Girls SAP U12's Most Improved Player with Sydney University.

In 2018 & 2019 she represented Combined High Schools (CHS) State Swimming and State Cross Country. In the same year, Adelaide was a part of the WSHS Macquarie Sports Cricket Trophy Final winning Team.

Adelaide and her WSHS Athletics Team had also won the NSW 4x100 metres 13s Girls Relay.

Currently, Adelaide is focused on further uplifting her skills to become a Matilda, ready to represent her country Australia in the 2023 Women's World Cup.

Soccer Club Affiliations
JUNIOR Career

Current Club/Team : Football NSW Institute (2020)

Year/s Affiliated Club Goals Achieved
2012-2015 Apia Liechhardt Tigers 32
2016 Hurlstone Park Wanderers FC 16
2016 Sydney University Soccer Football Club 46
2017 Sydney University Soccer Football Club 51
2018 Sydney University Soccer Football Club 28
2018 Westfield Sports High School 8
2019 FNSW Institute 12
2020 FNSW Institute 1
FUTSAL Affiliations
JUNIOR Career
Year/s Affiliated Club Goals Achieved
2016 Enfield Rovers 21
2018 & 2019 Winners Mascot Vipers[10] 25

References

  1. "Sydney International Cup 2018". www.sydneyinternationalcup.com.
  2. www.sydneyinternationalcup.com
  3. www.footballnsw.com.au
  4. www.susfc.com.au
  5. http://www.westfields-h.schools.nsw.edu.au</nowiki>
  6. www.legendssoccer.com.au
  7. "APIA LEICHHARDT TIGERS". www.apiatigers.com.
  8. "Sydney University Soccer Football Club". susfc.com.au.
  9. "Hurlstone Park Wanderers FC". hurlstoneparkwanderers.com.au.
  10. "Mascot Vipers Futsal". www.mascotvipers.com.au.

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