|Full name||Sisleide do Amor Lima|
|Date of birth||2 June 1967|
|Place of birth||Esplanada, Brazil|
|Height||5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)|
|Playing position||Attacking midfielder
|1996||Saad Esporte Clube|
|2000||Vasco da Gama|
|2001–2003||San Jose CyberRays||62||(5)|
|2009||FC Gold Pride||3||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 23:10, 30 September 2009 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 23:10, 30 September 2009 (UTC)
Sisleide do Amor Lima (born 2 June 1967), commonly known as Sissi, is a Brazilian footballer and coach who played as an attacking midfielder. She last played for FC Gold Pride of Women's Professional Soccer and is a former member of the Brazil women's national football team.
Born in Esplanada, Brazil, Sissi began playing soccer at the age of six with her older brother Paulo and her father. At the age of 14, she left her home in Esplanada to play professionally in Salvador, Brazil. She played for the first time with the Brazilian National Team at age 16.
San Jose CyberRays (2001-2003)
Sissi played for the San Jose CyberRays in the first women's professional soccer league in the United States, the Women's United Soccer Association (WUSA) all three years that the league was in existence. The team won the Founders Cup Championship in their first year together.
California Storm (2004-2014)
In 2004, Sissi signed to play with the California Storm in the Women's Premier Soccer League, the highest women's professional soccer league in the United States after the WUSA ceased operations. She joined fellow 1999 Women's World Cup stars, Brandi Chastain and Keri Sanchez.
Saad Esporte Club (2005)
FC Gold Pride (2009)
Sissi signed with FC Gold Pride for the inaugural season of Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) as the team's assistant coach. On 11 June 2009, it was announced that Sissi was joining the roster of the team, making her the oldest player in the league at age 42. She made three appearances as a player for the club playing a total of 128 minutes. She was also an assistant coach.
Sissi was part of the EC Radar club team who represented Brazil at the 1988 FIFA Women's Invitation Tournament in Guangdong and finished in third place. She was unable to take part in the inaugural 1991 FIFA Women's World Cup because she was not released by her club team.
On 29 September 2008, Sissi was announced as the new assistant coach for the Bay Area Women's Professional Soccer team, ultimately known as FC Gold Pride. She was also the head coach for the Las Positas College Women's Soccer team based in Livermore, California. She was a coach for the Diablo Valley Soccer Club (DVSC) for three years as well as Clayton Valley High School. She currently coaches at Walnut Creek Soccer Club and at Solano Community College in Fairfield, California, USA.
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