Collette McCallum (born 26 March 1986, in Glasgow, Scotland) is an Australian football (soccer) midfielder currently playing for Perth Glory in the Australian W-League.
She played for
Pali Blues in the American W-League in 2008. Following her debut game for the Blues, she was selected for the W-League team of the week as a result of scoring two goals against [1 ] Ventura County Fusion. Pali Blues went on to win the W-League championship in that season.
In 2009, McCallum played for
Sky Blue FC in the new Women's Professional Soccer in the United States. The club went on to win the 2009 Women's Professional Soccer Playoffs in their debut year.
On Saturday, 13 February 2010
Matildas, Tom Sermanni stated on community radio station Radio Fremantle that McCallum would not be returning to Sky Blue FC but remaining in Australia. [2 ]
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McCallum was raised in
Perth, Australia, she plays as a midfielder and is a regular selection for the Matildas. She was selected to the FIFA All-Star squad at the 2006 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
On 19 February 2010, following the retirements of
Cheryl Salisbury and Joanne Peters, McCallum was named the Matildas vice captain. [3 ]
McCallum in action for the Matildas.
2004: FIFA U19 Women's World Championships (Thailand)
2006: AFC Asian Women's Cup (Adelaide)
2006: FIFA U20 Women's World Championship (Russia)
2007: FIFA Women's World Cup (China)
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AFC Women's Asian Cup Winners:
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