Kaylyn Kyle: Hottest Soccer Player of the World
Mackenzie Kyle was born on 6th October 1988. She is a Canadian footballer who
plays as a midfielder for the Boston Breakers in the National Women's Soccer
League. She is also a member of Canada national women's soccer team and a Right
To Play ambassador.
Kaylyn Kyle selected by Mensfitness.com as Top 10 Sexiest Female Athletes of
2013. She is second in the list of Goal.com in Top 10 hottest North American
women soccer players.
Born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Kyle attended Bishop Mahoney High
School where she helped the soccer team win both the city and provincial titles.
Her father, Doug, was a professional hockey player and her mother, Pat, a
competitive volleyball player. She has an older sister named Courtnee who also
played soccer at the national level.
Kyle was named Saskatchewan Soccer Association Youth Female Player of The Year
in 2004, 2005 and 2006, and Senior Female Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011.
Kyle attended the University of Saskatchewan from 2006 to 2010. In 2006, she
played Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) soccer at the university, making 14
appearances and scoring three goals with three assists. After only a year with
the team, she was invited to play for the Canada national women's soccer team
and was offered a contract to play professionally in Sweden.
Kyle played a total of six seasons with the Vancouver Whitecaps from 2006–2012,
not including 2009. During her inaugural W-League season in 2006, Kyle made one
appearance for the Whitecaps for a total of 78 minutes. In 2007, she made eight
appearances in her second season for the Whitecaps scoring one goal. During the
2008 season, Kyle made six appearances for the blue and white with two assists.
In 2010, her fourth season with the Whitecaps, Kyle made five appearances
tallying two assists. She had two playoff appearances for the team contributing
one goal and one assist as the Whitecaps fell in the Championship final. In
2011, Kyle made three playoff appearances for the Whitecaps. She scored two
goals during those appearances including the game-winning goal against
arch-rival Seattle to help the team clinch third place.
In 2009, Kyle played with the Pitea IF in Sweden's top-flight women's league,
Damallsvenskan. She made 13 appearances for the team, scoring one goal. Kyle
scores a penalty kick against the Chicago Red Stars on July 25, 2013 at Starfire
Stadium in Tukwila, WA. On 11 January 2013, as part of the NWSL Player
Allocation, Kyle joined the Seattle Reign FC in the National Women's Soccer
League (NWSL). After playing a few games as a midfielder, Kyle shifted to a
center back position and helped strengthen a young defensive line. As a
defender, Kyle was a leading scorer for the Reign scoring three goals on the
season, all of them penalty kicks. Kyle made 21 appearances for the squad,
starting in nineteen matches and tallying 1,752 minutes played.
On September 10th, 2013, she was traded to the Boston Breakers in exchange for
fellow Canadian, Carmelina Moscato. Kyle has represented Canada on the U-17 and
U-20 youth teams. She participated at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup twice in
2006 and 2008. In 2008, she won her first cap for the senior team in a 4–0 loss
to the United States. At the 2011 Pan-American games, she was a member of the
gold-winning team which defeated Brazil. Kyle won bronze at the London 2012
Olympic games, playing a prominent role throughout the tournament in Canada's
midfield. Canada defeated France 1–0 in the bronze medal game on 9th August
Dated 04 December 2013