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Roster Brittany Timko
Brittany Timko
| Women’s National Team |
Position: Midfielder/Forward
Club: Vancouver Whitecaps / U. of Nebraska
League: W-League / NCAA
D.O.B.: September 5, 1985  (Vancouver, BC)
Hometown: Coquitlam, BC
Height: 5’8
Weight: 135 lbs
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Women’s National Team Team Info
 
Women’s National Team Team Debut:
April 9, 2002 vs Japan (2:3) - Friendly
International Caps:
50  - 2002 vs Japan, Australia (2), Haiti, Jamaica, Costa Rica, Mexico, USA; 2003 vs USA (3), Sweden (2), Norway, Greece, England (2), Mexico (3), Brazil (2), Ghana, Australia, Germany, Argentina, Japan, China; 2004 vs China, Sweden, USA, Jamaica, USA, Japan; 2005 vs Holland, Germany (3), France, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, USA; 2006 vs Mexico (2), Holland (2), Italy, Sweden, USA
Goal(s):
Last game:
July 30, 2006 vs USA (0:2) - Friendly

Women’s U-20 Team Team Info
 
Women’s U-20 Team Team Debut:
April 13, 2002 vs Jamaica (2:1) - Friendly
International Caps:
32  - 2002 vs Jamaica, USA (2), Italy (3), Mexico (3), Chinese Taipei (2), Brazil (2), Denmark, Japan, Nigeria, England; 2003 vs USA, Japan; 2004 vs Germany (3), Jamaica, Panama, Mexico, Costa Rica, USA, Russia (2), Australia, Thailand, China
Goal(s):
16  - July 3, 2002 vs Mexico (4:0) - Friendly; July 28, 2002 vs Chinese Taipei (3) (9:1) - Friendly; July 31, 2002 vs Chinese Taipei (3) (11:0) - Friendly; May 30, 2004 vs Panama (7:0) - CONCACAF Qualifying; June 4, 2004 vs Costa Rica (4:0) - CONCACAF Qualifying Tournament Semi-Final; November 10, 2004 vs Australia (2)(2:1) – FIFA WC; November 13, 2004 vs Thailand (3) (7:0) - FIFA WC; November 16, 2004 vs Germany (3:3) – FIFA WC; November 21, 2004 vs China (1:3) - FIFA WC
Last game:
November 21, 2004 vs China (1:3) - FIFA WC

National Team Highlights
 
Started against the United States on July 30, 2006 ... Started against Sweden on July 18, 2006 in Blaine, Minnesota ... Substituted in against Italy on June 25, 2006 ... Substituted in against Holland on March 4, 2006 ... Started against Holland on March 1, 2006 ... Played in both games against Mexico on February 23rd and 25th, 2006 ... Substituted in against Germany on September 4, 2005 ... Played all four games at the 2004 FIFA Women’s U-19 World Championship in Thailand ... Earned the adidas Golden Shoe as top scorer at the 2004 FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship with seven goals ... Played in both games against Russia on November 4&6, 2004 ... Named to Canada’s 2004 FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship roster ... Played 90 minutes against Japan on July 30, 2004 ... Played 90 minutes against the United States on July 3, 2004 ... Played in all five games and scored two goals at the 2004 CONCACAF Qualifying Tournament... Played in two friendly games against Germany on May 11 and 13, 2004... Played on April 18, 20, 23, 2004 against USC, Purdue and University of Nebraska, respectively. Scored one of Canada’s three goals against USC... Played against Jamaica in CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Tournament... Played all three games in the 2004 Four Nations Women’s Tournament... Played in all six games at the 2003 Women’s World Cup ... Played 90 minutes against Australia on September 14, 2003 ... Played against Mexico on August 31, 2003 ... Played against Ghana on August 16, 2003 ... Played in both games against Brazil in July 2003 ... Played against Mexico on June 12, 2003 ... Played in both games against England on May 19 and 22, 2003 ... Played against the USA on April 26, 2003 ... Played in all four games at the 2003 Algarve Cup ... Played in all five games at the 2002 Gold Cup ... Played in both games against Australia in September 2002 … Earned her first cap at the senior level against Japan at the France International Tournament … Was a regular starter on Canada’s silver medal winning Under-19 team at the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship...

Professional/Amateur Highlights
 
NCAA Big 12 Player of the Year in 2004, 2005 & 2006 (first women’s soccer player ever to win the honour three consecutive years) ... Signed with the Vancouver Whitecaps in February 2003 ... Attends the University of Nebraska since 2003 ... Named the No. 2 college prospect by Soccer America in 2003



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