|Birth Day:||June 25, 1985|
|Birth Place:||Vineland, United States|
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She played college soccer for Villanova, where she was a first-team All-American her junior year.
A native of Vineland, New Jersey, Loyden played soccer and basketball at Vineland High School. She was named a first team All-State selection and was chosen as the Player of the Year by The Press of Atlantic City and The Daily Journal. She was also named the Daily Journal Player of the Year in 2001 and was a three-time All-South Jersey and All-Cape Atlantic League performer.
In 2009, Loyden was drafted in the sixth round (37th overall) of the inaugural season of the Women's Professional Soccer. She was the back-up goalkeeper for Hope Solo on St. Louis Athletica. During her first appearance for St. Louis on May 23 in Chicago, she made six saves in a 2–0 win and was named WPS Player of the Week.
In 2010, Loyden was the starting goalkeeper for the Chicago Red Stars in the Women's Professional Soccer league, playing in 23 games while making 72 saves and compiling a 1.17 GAA.
Loyden made her first appearance for the United States women's national soccer team on October 2, 2010 in a game against China. In 2011, she earned a spot on her first world championship roster, making the Women's World Cup team as the third goalkeeper.
In 2011, Loyden served as the goalkeeper for magicJack in the Women's Professional Soccer league. She started and played in eight regular season games helping the team to the WPS playoffs.
She was an alternate on the 2012 London Olympics roster, along with Christen Press, Lori Lindsey, and Meghan Klingenberg. After winning the gold medal, the team embarked on a "Victory Tour," during which Loyden was substituted in for Hope Solo in the 55th minute of the game against Costa Rica.
On January 11, 2013 she joined Sky Blue FC in the new National Women's Soccer League.
Loyden decided to retire from international soccer in October 2014, citing a need to focus on raising her nephew, whose mother (Loyden's younger sister Britton) was murdered by her fiancée in 2012.
On February 4, 2016, Loyden was named an assistant coach for Sky Blue FC, where she had previously played in 2013–2014.
Jillian was born in Vineland, New Jersey, near where she began her professional career.
Currently, Jillian Loyden is 37 years, 0 months and 1 days old. Jillian Loyden will celebrate 38th birthday on a Sunday 25th of June 2023. Below we countdown to Jillian Loyden upcoming birthday.