Olympic Gold Medalist in Tokyo &  bronze medal in Rio

At the Tokyo Olympics, Steph Labbé generated a highlight-reel performance from start to finish.

In their first match of the tournament against Japan, Labbé was hurt in a brutal collision but stayed in to miraculously save the penalty shot called on the same play. She was forced to sit out their second match to rehab her rib injury but returned to play against England … and then an amazing series of saves against Brazil to send the game to penalty kicks, where she again came up huge for Canada.


Stephanie had a clean sheet with a solid team win against the USA in the semi-final and were headed to the Gold Medal Final.Up against a powerful team from Sweden, Labbe was excellent in net during regular time that ended in 1-1 but was stellar during the shoot-out, stopping the last two penalty kicks from Sweden to capture the Gold for Canada!


In 2016, Stephanie Labbé helped lead Canada to a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics.

Tall and outgoing, Labbé was athletic in her youth and started playing soccer when she was 12 years old (playing for Spruce Grove Saints) and played hockey (as a forward), and basketball.When she was 15 she tried out for Canada’s U16 team and had the opportunity to play for Canada at the U-16, U-19, U-20, U-23 and Senior levels.She has represented Canada at two youth World Championships, two Pan American Games, three World Cups, and selected as an alternate for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Summer Games. She has been one of three goalkeepers for Canada since 2008.

Stephanie started her professional playing career in 2009 after graduating from the University of Connecticut – where she played for four seasons. She has played for Piteå IF, KIF Örebro and Linköpings FC and Rosengård FC in the Swedish Damallsvenskan, which is the highest women’s league in Sweden.

In March 2018, without a NWSL club release, Labbé joined Calgary Foothills F.C., a men's team, to train and attempt to make the team's roster. Despite making the roster, the League responded that they are a gender-based men's league and would not permit women to play.


2020 olympic champion

Career Highlights:

  • 2020 Olympic Games - Gold Medal
  • 2019 NWSL Champions - NC Courage
  • 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup - France
  • 2016 Olympic Games - Bronze Medal
  • 2015 Pan American Games, Team Captain (Fourth place)
  • 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup - Canada
  • 2014 Cyprus Women’s Cup (Fifth Place)
  • 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup (Germany)
  • 2010 CONCACAF championship (Gold)
  • 2008 Beijing Olympic Summer Games Alternate (China)

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Hometown: Stony Plain, ALBERTA

Travels from: calgary, alberta

professional Club: Paris Saint-Germain Féminine

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