About  

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Tiffany Weimer is a professional soccer player for the Washington Spirit in the NWSL in the United States. She is the Editor-In-Chief and founder of Our Game Magazine, a women's soccer quarterly magazine. She is the President and one of the co-founders of a girls soccer club called girlsCAN Football based in Connecticut. She is not a graphic designer or website type person, but she made this site all by herself. 

In 2014, she tore her ACL in preseason with the Washington Spirit and has been working to come back to the field for the 2015 season. She arrived in DC via a trade from the Portland Thorns where she spent half of the 2013 season. Before the Thorns, she spent two seasons playing for Fortuna Hjørring in Denmark, a place she will always hold close to her heart. 

The 2011 season saw Tiffany take a step down from professional soccer to get her game back up to speed by playing in the USL W-League for the Vancouver Whitecaps. In 2010, she saw a good three months in Sweden playing for AIK in Stockholm and half a season with the Boston Breakers in WPS. 

FC Gold Pride would prove to be her first US-based professional experience when she was drafted to the California team in 2009. 

In 2008, the world traveler started her journeys with stints in Finland (Åland United) and Brazil (Santos FC), when she left Connecticut and her WPSL team with Tony DiCicco at the helm of SoccerPlus CT. 

Penn State. North Haven High School. World Class Soccer. South Central Premier. Region I ODP. Connecticut ODP. North Haven Soccer Club.

So many teams. So many people. So many experiences and lessons. Most of them are written down in journals and blogs. Many of them are engrained in her memory, eager to be written and shared with people and young players alike. If she can coach, write and run a women's soccer magazine for the rest of her life, she would be pretty damn happy. Here's to making that a reality. Oh, and she's a comedian. Something she doesn't need to be paid for. Because no one could ever afford her.