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Camille Anne Francoise Abily (born 5 December 1984 in Rennes) is a French football player
who currently plays for French club Lyon of the Division 1 Feminine.
She plays primarily as an attacking midfielder. Abily is a two-time winner of the
National Union of Professional Footballers (UNFP) Female Player of the Year
and, following her second consecutive honour in 2007, became the first women
to win the award in back-to-back seasons.
Following a move to the Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) league in the United States,
she earned Player of the Month and All-Star honors.
Abily began her football career joining Jeanne d'Arc Bruz in 1992.
In 1994, she joined nearby club FC Bruz. After a year's stint at another local club,
Abily spent time in the first division playing for Stade Briochin and La Roche-sur-Yon. After three seasons with Montpellier,
Abily joined Lyon. Similar to her stint at Montpellier, she won several titles,
which included three straight league titles from 2006::2009.
In 2008, Abily joined the new United States-based women's soccer league, Women's Professional Soccer,
after her American playing rights were chosen by the Los Angeles Sol
in the 2008 WPS International Draft. After helping the Sol win the league,
Abily returned to France where she played for Paris Saint-Germain on loan.
In 2010, she returned to the United States to play with FC Gold Pride and,
subsequently, won her second consecutive title in the league.
In 2010, Abily announced that she would be returning to Lyon for the 2010â€“11 season and,
* subsequently, was a part of the team that won the 2011::2012::2016 UEFA Women's Champions League.
Abily made her major international tournament debut for the team at UEFA Women's Euro 2005
and later played on the teams that qualified for UEFA Women's Euro 2009 and the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup.
5th champions league and the last in 2018
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Height: 168cm |
Star Sign: Sagittarius
UEFA champions League (2011,2012,2016, 2017,2018)
| French Cup 2008-2012 Lyon ( 2006 Montpellier)
Ligue 1 Feminine 2004 to 2016