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DC Power Football Club Sign Charlie Estcourt, Mariah Lee, and Abbey-Leigh Stringer

DC Power FC

July 10, 2024 – USL Super League (USLSL)
DC Power FC News Release

WASHINGTON – DC Power Football Club have announced the signings of Welsh international midfielder Charlotte “Charlie” Estcourt, NCAA Champion and former National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) winger and forward Mariah Lee, and West Ham and Everton Women’s Super League (WSL) veteran defensive midfielder and center back Abbey-Leigh Stringer pending league and federation approval. For fans interested in pre-sale priority access ahead of Power FC’s inaugural 2024/25 Super League season, click HERE.

“We are thrilled to bolster our squad with a group of quality, technical players with strong soccer pedigrees,” Frédéric Brillant, Power FC Head Coach, said. “We are getting some important experience on our roster with Charlie, Mariah, and Abbey-Leigh. Charlie is in the prime of her career and has been a constant figure in the Welsh National Team. Mariah is a dynamic offensive-minded winger whose pace, athleticism, and eye for goal will be pivotal for us this season. Then Abbey-Leigh joins us after an impressive career in England and will be both a calming and aerial presence in our defensive midfield and central defense. They are excellent additions to the roster, and we believe they will make an immediate impact on this team and league.”

Current Welsh National Team midfielder Charlie Estcourt signs with Power FC after an impressive professional career at her UK Clubs and at the international level. The 26-year-old has scored three goals in 40 caps with Wales since making her international debut at the age of 16 on March 6, 2015 – the same year she was named Wales’ Young Player of the Year. Estcourt started her career at the Reading FC academy before later joining the Chelsea academy. The midfielder returned to Reading and was loaned out to Bristol City at the beginning of the 2016 season. After scoring twice in nine appearances at Bristol City, she returned to Reading FC after her loan ended and signed her first professional contract. Estcourt was loaned back to Bristol City for the 2017-’18 season and made 13 appearances that year. She was sent on loan again in 2019-’20 to Charlton Athletic where she scored one goal in 11 appearances. After her contract with Reading FC ended, Estcourt had spells with the London Bees (Football Association Women’s National League South), Coventry United, and Birmingham City before rejoining Reading FC in 2023. Since her career began, Estcourt has made…

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