Tracy David

21 January 1960
Pouce Coupe, British Columbia, Canada
159 cm
University of Alberta
Where they grew up
Tomslake, British Columbia, Canada
International "A" - CAN WNT
7 Appearances
7 Starts
0 Goals
0 Assists


Tracy David

Tracy David... her parents Horst and Laurel... earned her BPE from the University of Alberta... earned her MED (Coaching Studies) from the University of Victoria...

honoured by the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2021... honoured by the Soccer Hall of Fame of British Columbia... honoured in 2010 as part of Alberta Soccer’s Centennial Recognition of the Top Female Players...

represented Canada at the World Invitational Women’s Tournament (Chinese Cup 1987)... was an original member of Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team in 1986... made seven international “A” appearances across four years from 1986 to 1989 with Canada Soccer's Women's National Team…

club career in Canada... with Edmonton Angels SC, a six-time Canada Soccer National Championships winner (Jubilee Trophy (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988)...

attended the Final Match at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 in Vancouver...

said Stuart Brown in 1984, “Tracy David lives and breathes soccer. She has the ability to reach players and she can relay my messages. She makes sure there is harmony”... said coach Stuart Brown in 2021, “Tracy seemed to always have lots of energy, she could chase down everything, force the players wide, win the ball as much as she could and immediately look up field to start the transition from out of back. She would also support the attack, make some overlapping runs and get involved at the other end, too”...

said Janet Lemieux in 2021, “Tracy was my idol because she was such a really good leader and she understood the game so well”...

For Country

she was one of 23 footballers that participated in the first-ever Canadian women’s national camp in July 1986 in Winnipeg... she was 26 years old when she made her debut for Canada (7 July 1986)...

For Sport

served as a coach in Canada Soccer’s women’s national youth program from 2001 to 2004... served as administrative staff in Canada’s women’s national youth program in 2008 (with coach Bob Birarda)... served on Canada’s staff when the team finished first at the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship (Canada qualified for Chile 2008 and won its second CONCACAF Women’s youth title)...

served as Head Coach of women’s soccer at the University of Alberta (1985 to 2000)... served as Head Coach of women’s soccer at the University of Victoria (starting in 2002)...

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