Pippa Sheehan

Date of Birth


Current Club Team


Enrolment Class

If you’re looking for an effective traditional winger that can beat her defender with speed and deliver dangerous balls from wide areas, this player is a perfect fit. Pippa can play on either flank, she likes to keep the ball moving and loves to run onto ball in behind the defence. Pippa is one of the most passionate and coachable players we’ve worked with and is always looking to improve her game. In 2021 she is moving across the state of QLD away from her family to play at a higher level (2nd tier in Australia) in order to prepare for the demands of the US college soccer environment. Any coach who values character, work ethic and coachability will have a great asset on their hands.
Height Weight Preferred Foot
5ft 8"
123 lbs

Player History


St Andrews College

Average Grade


Playing History

2018: Women's Premier League U15/U16
2019: Premier Women Reserves
2020: Women's Premier League






35 games


I work every day to become a better player on and off the field, not only working on improving my physical ability but my mental capacity to play at a collegiate level of soccer. As well as that, I pride myself on my motivation to study and learn in hopes of studying for a Sports Science degree. Some values that I prize myself on are; equality, discipline, and respect. I believe that every player on the team, no matter their ability, should be treated equally, and with respect. In contrast, discipline is an important quality as it teaches an athlete the value of hard work.

Jose Mourinho. His style of coaching is influenced by the psychological side of his players, as well as physical. His motivation to get the best out of his team is something that I think is important in a coach and inspires their players to want to do the same. I would ask him “If there is one thing that I could be doing differently each day to help reach a professional level in football, what would it be?”

I would shadow Katja Snoeijs.

To help myself when I'm under pressure, I've learned to be okay with mistakes and failure – learning from them when necessary. I also try and focus on each step of the process and look at the bigger picture.

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