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|Full name||Andrea Friday Mancuyas Camaclang|
|Height||1.55 m (5 ft 1 in)|
|1989–1995||Colegio de San Agustin|
|1996–1999||University of the Philippines|
|2003–2005||Los Angeles Valley College|
|North Hollywood Extreme|
|F.C. Los Angeles|
|2006–?||Brighton & Hove Albion W.F.C.|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Friday Camaclang is a Filipino football player. Camaclang was a member of the Philippine women's national team. She played for Brighton & Hove Albion W.F.C. of the FA Women's Premier League in England.
Camaclang played high school varsity in Collegio de San Agustin in Makati. She first played football at age three and her skills were further honed at the Makati football school. There she was able to play in international competitions such as the Helsinki Cup in Finland, the Gothia Cup in Sweden and the Pondus Cup in Denmark.
Seeking to play a more tactical style of football, Camaclang went to the United States where she got involved with the Penn State to University of Portland and the Women's Soccer Association.
She joined minor clubs in the United States, FC Los Angeles, North Hollywood Extreme and semi-pro team Riptide F.C. She then enrolled for further studies in Los Angeles Valley College, then joining its women's soccer team.
Camaclang first joined the Philippine national team in 1996. She was part of the Philippine squad that participated at the 1999 AFC Women's Championship where she scored two goals against Nepal. She underwent a two-month training in the United States before the tournament. She also played at the Southeast Asian Games.
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