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Alessia Russo News & Bio


Name:Alessia Russo
Hometown:Kent, EN
High School:St. Simon Stock Catholic
Born:February 8, 1999 (21)
Notes:Women's Soccer All-American

Alessia Russo signs with Manchester United
Manchester United is delighted to announce the signing of England international Alessia Russo on a two-year deal, with an option to extend for a further...

'Not what our hearts wanted': British women's soccer stars bid sad farewell to UNC
UNC's three British seniors - Alessia Russo, Lotte Wubben-Moy, and Lois Joel - announced that, because of the uncertainty surrounding the season due to COVID-19,...

Two UNC Women’s Soccer Stars Leaving Program to Pursue Pro Opportunities
The North Carolina women’s soccer program suffered a huge loss this past weekend, when seniors Alessia Russo and Lotte Wubben-Moy each announced via social media...

UNC’s Alessia Russo replaces Lucy Bronze on England roster for SheBelieves Cup
On England’s roster for the 2020 SheBelieves Cup, UNC standout Alessia Russo will fill in for 2019 FIFA Player of the Year award finalist and...

Video: Les & Lotte - International Scholars
North Carolina Women's soccer players, Alessia Russo and Lotte Wubben-Moy sit down with UNCUT to share their story. Hear from Les, Lotte, and their teammate...

Top Drawer Soccer Places Five Tar Heels on Women’s Best XI Teams
The UNC women’s soccer team had five players named to Top Drawer Soccer’s Best XI teams for the 2019 season, which were revealed on Monday...

Washington State aiming to upset national power North Carolina in College Cup Final Four
North Carolina, the 2018 national runner-up, features three standouts – Emily Fox, Brianna Pinto and Alessia Russo – who are finalists for the Mac Hermann...

Three Tar Heels Named Women's Soccer First-Team All-Americans
Three members of UNC's women's soccer team have been named first-team All-Americas by the United Soccer Coaches. A fourth player was named to the third-team...

Three Tar Heels Named Hermann Trophy Semifinalists
Three members of the University of North Carolina's ACC champion and NCAA quarterfinalist women's soccer team have been named semifinalists for the MAC Hermann Trophy...

No. 2 UNC Women's Soccer Headed To NCAA Quarterfinals For 31st Time
Isabel Cox had the first two-goal game of her career and Alessia Russo and Emily Fox each recorded a pair of assists as the second-ranked...


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