|Full name||Charmaine Elizabeth Hooper|
|Date of birth||January 15, 1968|
|Place of birth||Georgetown, Guyana|
|Height||170 cm (5 ft 7 in)|
|1987–1990||NC State Wolfpack|
|2006–2007||New Jersey Wildcats|
|2008||Fort Worth FC|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Charmaine Elizabeth Hooper (born January 15, 1968) is a former soccer striker who played for the Canadian women's national team. She scored 71 international goals in 128 caps. At club level Hooper played professionally in the United States, Norway, Italy and Japan.
In 1993 Hooper played for FK Donn of the Norwegian Toppserien. She scored 17 goals in 13 league appearances. After a short period with Lazio of Serie A, Hooper signed a professional contract with Japanese L. League club Prima Ham FC. She was a highly valued player in Japan and returned to North America after four seasons: "There was nothing more to gain in Japan. I had won just about every award there. Plus there was the distance."
When the Women's United Soccer Association (WUSA) professional league was being put together in America, Hooper signed a letter of intent but had concerns over the salary structure. Hooper and Homare Sawa were selected by Atlanta Beat in the 2000 WUSA Foreign Player Allocation. She became the only Canadian player in WUSA history to score in the Founders Cup III. Was named the Atlanta Beat MVP and was inducted into the United Soccer League's Hall of Fame in 2002.
A former star at North Carolina State University, she played for the Fort Worth FC of the Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL) in 2008. In 2006 she played for the New Jersey Wildcats in the American W-League. Her previous clubs include the WUSA's Atlanta Beat, the Chicago Cobras, and the Rockford Dactyls.
Hooper made 128 appearances and scored 71 goals for Canada, at one time both national records. Her international debut came on July 7, 1986 against the United States. She represented Canada at three FIFA Women's World Cups (Sweden 1995, USA 1999 and USA 2003).
Hooper last played for the Canadian National Team in 2006. She will always be remembered as one of Canada's best female or male soccer players ever. 
Hooper was inducted into the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame in June 2012. The same year in October she was inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame in Calgary.
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