|Birth Day:||July 12, 1987|
|Birth Place:||Vancouver, Canada|
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She attended the University of Illinois, where she would become the team's first three-time All-American. She received the Big Ten Medal of Honor as a senior in 2009.
Zurrer played for the Vancouver Whitecaps off and on for multiple seasons starting in 2004, in between Canadian national team duty and attending university. Her most recent stint was during the 2010 season. She made seven appearances and scored one goal.
Zurrer has played for the Canadian national women's team, most notably at the 2004 FIFA U-19 Women's World Championship, FIFA Women's World Cup 2011, the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, and the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. She started playing for Canada at age 15 as a forward, and burst onto Canadian soccer radar when she scored 3 goals as a defender and was named MVP of the U-19 World Cup Qualifying tournament in 2004 at age 16. She has played defence ever since. She also received her first senior national team cap that year, when she played 90 minutes against the United States in Nashville, Tennessee, as one of the youngest capped players in Canadian soccer history.
During her tenure on the back line, Illinois produced 42 shutouts and gave up the second-fewest goals in program history in 2008, allowing just 19.
Zurrer was awarded the Big Ten Medal of Honor her senior year in 2009. Awarded to one student-athlete from the graduating class of each university who had "attained the greatest proficiency in athletics and scholastic work."
Played for the Red Eleven in 2009, starting all appearances and scoring 3 goals.
In July 2011, she signed a three-month contract with Swedish side Dalsjöfors GoIF. Zurrer started in all ten games that she played.
Zurrer scored her first senior goal for Canada in the 2011 Cyprus Cup group stage match against Scotland in a 1–0 victory. Less than a week later, Zurrer scored the winning goal in extra time of the Cyprus Cup final against the Netherlands.
Zurrer was also a member of the national soccer team that competed in the 2012 Olympics. She won a bronze medal with the national team when Canada defeated France 1–0 on August 9, 2012.
In 2012, Zurrer launched a frozen yogurt food truck business with her Canadian teammate Selenia Iacchelli. Zurrer was featured in Sportsnet's 2013 "Beauty of Sport" – an issue featuring Canada's top 25 most beautiful athletes.
On January 11, 2013, as part of the NWSL Player Allocation, Zurrer joined the Seattle Reign FC in the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL). She played in seven games for the Reign, tallying 583 minutes.
In December 2013, Zurrer signed with Jitex BK for the 2014 Damallsvenskan. She captained the team.
Emily was born to Rob and Lesley Zurrer and grew up with her sister.
Currently, Emily Zurrer is 35 years, 2 months and 24 days old. Emily Zurrer will celebrate 36th birthday on a Wednesday 12th of July 2023. Below we countdown to Emily Zurrer upcoming birthday.