The African Player of the Year 2015 trophy winner Gaelle Enganamouit has announced the end of her career. The former international, still active a few months ago, announced it on June 9, marking her 28th birthday exactly.

Her track record with the Indomitable Lionesses remains dazzling, even if she has never been crowned African champion with Cameroon.

Her two World Cup appearances (Canada 2015 and France 2019), combined with the feat of being the first African player to have a hat-trick in a final phase of world competition, make her a Cameroonian football legend .

With 17 goals scored in 56 appearances under the jersey of the Indomitable Lionesses, Gaelle will forever leave a lasting impression as the first woman to display the status of football star in Cameroon.


2011: Gold Medal of the African Games, Maputo, Mozambique

2012: Bronze medal in the African Women’s Football Championship, Equatorial Guinea

2014: Namibia AWCON finalist

2015: Eighth finals of the Canada World Cup, Best Swedish league goal scorer with Eskilstuna United, African Player of the Year

2016: Cameroon AWCON finalist

2018: Ghana AWCON Bronze Medal

2019: 1/16th round of the World Cup in France

End thanks for all #lenfantdesrails💉 Photo crédit / @williamnsai

Posted by Enganamouit Gaëlle on Tuesday, June 9, 2020


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