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Verónica Boquete Giadans - VERO. Professional Footballer. Player CV. Name: Verónica Boquete Giadans Nickname: Vero Nationality: Spain Date of Birth: 09-04-1987 Place of Birth: Santiago de Compostela (Galicia) Height: 161 cm Weight: 57 kg

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ver nica boquete giadans vero
Verónica Boquete Giadans - VERO

Professional Footballer

player cv
Player CV

Name: Verónica Boquete Giadans

Nickname: Vero

Nationality: Spain

Date of Birth: 09-04-1987

Place of Birth: Santiago de Compostela (Galicia)

Height: 161 cm

Weight: 57 kg

Position: attacking midfielder/playmaker/second forward

Preferred Foot: both

Current Club: FC Energiya Voronezh (Russian Premier League, UEFA Women’s Champions League)

clubs and seasons
Clubs and Seasons

Season 2011-2012: FC Energiya Voronezh, Russia (Russian Premier League/UEFA Women’s Champions League)

5 matches, 5 started, 450 min, 1 goal, 2 assists (as of December, 2011)

Season 2011: Philadelphia Independence, USA (Women’s Professional Soccer League – WPS)

13 matches, 12 started, 1112 min, 5 goals, 4 assists

Season 2010-2011: RCD Espanyol de Barcelona, Spain (Spanish Superliga)

29 matches, 29 started, 41 goals

Season 2010: Chicago Red Stars, USA (WPS)

3 matches, 2 started, 190 minutes, 1 goal, 2 assists

Buffalo Flash, USA (USL W-League)

9 matches, 9 started, 666 min, 9 goals, 10 assists

Season 2009-2010: RCD Espanyol de Barcelona, Spain (Spanish Superliga)

34 matches, 23 goals

Season 2008-2009: RCD Espanyol de Barcelona, Spain (Spanish Superliga)

34 matches, 13 goals

Season 2007-2008: Prainsa Zaragoza, Spain (Spanish Superliga)

29 matches, 14 goals

Season 2006-2007: Prainsa Zaragoza, Spain (Spanish Superliga)

26 matches, 14 goals

Season 2005-2006: Prainsa Zaragoza, Spain (Spanish Superliga)

28 matches, 12 goals

Season 2004: Xuventú De Aguiño, Galicia, Spain (Regional League)

Previous Years: Teams in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain (Regional and Local Leagues)

team titles
Team Titles

USA Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) Finalist – 2011

2-time Spanish Superliga Finalist – 2011, 2010

USA USL W-League Champion – 2010

2-time Spanish Cup “Copa de la Reina” Champion – 2010, 2009

UEFA U19 European Champion – 2004

Copa De Catalunya Champion -2008

3-time Copa De Aragón Champion -2007, 2006, 2005

4-time Galician Champion

2-time Galician Cup Champion

individual honors
Individual Honors

Michelle Akers WPS Player of the Year – 2011

WPS Best XI of the Year - 2011

4-time WPS Player of the Week – Weeks 11, 14, 16 (2011), Week 21 (2010)

Spanish Superliga Best Goalscorer – 2010-2011 (41 goals)

Radio Marca Best Player of the Year in Spain – 2009-2010

W-League Championship Most Valuable Player (MVP) – 2010

W-League Assist Leader – 2010 (10 assists)

FIFA U19 World Cup Finals Team of the Tournament – Thailand 2004

UEFA U19 European Championship Finals Team of the Tournament – Finland 2004

Best Athlete of Santiago de Compostela – 2010-2011

4-time Best Player of Galicia – 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009

4-time Best Player of Santiago de Compostela

3-time Best Goalscorer in Galicia

TorneoInternacional De Cerdeña Best Player

international career
International Career
  • Spain Women’s National Team – official debut 16/02/05: Spain 0-0 the Netherlands
  • UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 (Qualifying Tournament, Group Stage as of 12. 2011) – 5 matches 7 goals
  • FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 (UEFA Qualifying Tournament) - 8 matches 4 goals
  • UEFA Women’s Euro 2009 (Qualifying Tournament, Playoffs) – 2 matches
  • UEFA Women’s Euro 2009 (Qualifying Tournament, Group Stage) – 4 matches 4 goals
  • Total for Spain – 20 matches 15 goals
  • Spain U19 Women’s National Team - official debut 20/04/04: Republic of Ireland 2-2 Spain
  • UEFA U19 European Championship 2006 (Second Qualifying Round) – 3 matches 4 goals
  • UEFA U19 European Championship 2005 (First Qualifying Round) – 3 matches
  • FIFA U19 World Cup 2004 (Final Tournament, Thailand) – 3 matches
  • UEFA U19 European Championship 2004 (Final Tournament, Finland) - 4 matches
  • UEFA U19 European Championship 2004 (Second Qualifying Round) - 3 matches 1 goal
  • Torneo del Atlántico 2006 – 2 matches 1 goal
  • Friendlies – 5 matches 4 goals
  • Total for Spain U19 – 23 matches 10 goals
  • Total Internationally – 43 matches 25 goals