Christen Press Biography
Birthday: December 29, 1988 (Capricorn)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Christen Press is an American soccer player who is currently associated with the Utah Royals FC in National Women's Soccer League. She also plays for the United States women's national soccer team. Born to sportsmen, Press was inclined toward soccer at a young age and started playing at the school level. She was subsequently named her team’s captain and won two division titles for her school. Press was already making names with the litany of accolades she received. At the college level, she played for Stanford Cardinal and broke several records. She was also named the Soccer America Player of the Year during her senior year. Her club career, in the same vein, began on a high with magicJack and she also played with Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC AND Tyreso FF for a season each. She scored consistently and was ranked among the top players in the league. Later, she joined the Chicago Red Stars for three seasons and eventually was named the captain. She ended her contract with Chicago Red Stars in 2017 with 35 goals in 68 games. Apart from playing for clubs, Press has also been a part of the successful US Women’s Nation Soccer team that won the FIFA Women’s World Cup championship twice.