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 Great Britain … 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!

She had made her Olympic debut in Rio 2016 in Canada's opening match against Australia, getting the clean sheet in a 2-0 win. She then played a big role in Canada's first-ever win over Germany to finish at the top of the group heading into the quarter-finals. Stephanie started in five of six games, allowing just four goals in the tournament, as Team Canada won the bronze medal.  

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. Stephanie played 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 three Olympics Games. She was part of Canada's senior women's team from 2008 - 2021.

In 2018 and to challenge herself and sharpen her skills, Labbé trained with and attempted to make the roster of Calgary Foothills F.C. (a men's team that played in the PDL). Despite making the roster, the league responded that they are a gender-based men's league and would not permit women to play. It became a global news story and a powerful example of the need to continue challenging the barriers of gender bias that still exist in sports.

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, Linköpings FC and Rosengård FC in top women’s pro league in Sweden. Following her stellar performance at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (in 2021) Labbé signed with Paris Saint-Germaine Féminine, one of the top women's clubs in the World.

Steph announced her retirement from professional soccer in January of 2022 ,  and played her final minutes with the National team in April of 2022.



2020 olympic champion &
Two-time Olympic Medalist

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
  • 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup (Germany)
  • 2010 CONCACAF championship (Gold)
  • 2008 Beijing Olympic Summer Games Alternate (China)
  • 2003 Pan Am Games - Silver Medal

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Fitness Centre: Transalta Tri Leisure Centre

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Hometown: Stony Plain, ALBERTA

Travels from: calgary, alberta

Last professional Club: Paris Saint-Germain Féminine (RETIRED 2022)

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Champion Tour 2022

Olympic Gold Medalist Stephanie Labbé will be travelling across Canada doing a limited number of youth soccer clinics and club visits in Mid-May, June and July.

The clinics will focus on fun, with soccer tips and drills that will focus on how to be a good player and a great teammate.

Sessions can be mixed gender, player OR goalkeeper focused (not both) &  Stephanie prefers to stick with age categories as follows:

Youth: 8-12
Teen: 13-16
Adult: 17+

Each clinic is $94 per player, with a $500 incentive back to the host club or organization if the 50 player minimum registrations is reached.

Each player will learn some new soccer skills, listen to Stephanie give a 30 minute motivational talk, receive a personalized signed photo of her, get to take a group photo with her and her Olympic Gold medal, and 10 lucky registrants will be selected to take a penalty kick against Labbé.

If your soccer club or association would like to host a 3-hour clinic/visit for your players or the players in your town please fill out the application form below and we try to make it work.

As a clinic host your team, club or association will be responsible for:

1 - Providing the venue for the clinic; soccer field, indoor or outdoor.

2 - Ensuring Stephanie has some volunteer coaches to help run the drills. 1 volunteer coach per 20 athletes. (Must be a coach or have coaching experience). 1 coach to 10 athletes for a keeper session.

3 - Arrange a space/location for the 30-minute motivation talk. (No further than 5 minute walk from the field)

4 - Designate a photographer/video to capture the penalty kicks.

5 - Paying a $500 deposit along with signing a booking agreement to secure the clinic if a feasible date is available. (Then an Eventbrite Page will be set up to manage the registrations of your event)



Stephanie  Labbé - Champion  Clinic - Sample Schedule (3 Hours)

1) Introduction & Welcome - Introduction of Stephanie done by one of your players, selected by your group - Stephanie to talk about her time at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics - what she'd like to see the kids learn - 3 quick questions before we begin.


2) Dry-land and warm-up (15 - 30 min): movement - body position - core work- flexibility - other fun games.


3) Soccer skills (90 min):  drills  - technique  - footwork  - games.

“Penalty Shots” 10 lucky players get to take a penalty shot on Stephanie!

4) Wrap up / Cool down (15-30 min ): discuss the skills learned - hit home how these can be applied each day.


5) Inspirational talk and Q&A (30 min) with Stephanie Labbé, what makes a great team, what to do when faced with adversity, setting goals, My Olympic experience

Options depending on the age group: Nutrition, Sports Psych, Mental Health