Amber Hearn

Amber Rose Liamie Hearn ( born November 28, 1984 in Waitakere ) is a New Zealand football national player and top scorer with 36 goals in their country.



Hearn played at club level in England for Arsenal LFC and the Doncaster Rovers Belles. After she had been injured during the 2005/ 06 season, it was in the summer of 2006 the club football at first. 2009, however, she gave her comeback after three years of abstinence for the Canadian W - League hopefuls Ottawa Fury. After Hearn had two years played in Ottawa, she returned to the beginning of 2011 to New Zealand for Lynn -Avon United AFC in the NRFLW back.

Since the 2011/12 season she played for the FF USV Jena, where they had initially signed a one year contract, with a mutual option.


Hearn is A- national team since 2004. She made her debut on 18 February 2004 against the selection of Australia. Hearn participated for her native country at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where they 90 minutes was used in all three games. When Ozeanienmeisterschaft 2010, she scored 12 goals and had thus been instrumental in the championship and qualifying for the World Cup in Germany.

They previously played 79 A- international caps and scored 36 goals, including the 1-1 draw on 27 June 2011 at the World Cup in Germany against Japan. In the match against Mexico she succeeded with New Zealand, the first point win in a World Cup game after eight championship game defeats; but resigned as Group Last. In 2012 she was with the New Zealand National also a participant at the Summer Olympics and reached after two 0-1 defeats against Britain and Brazil and a 3-1 first scored against Cameroon at an intercontinental tournament the knockout stages, in New Zealand to USA and lost with 0:2.


  • Oceania champions 2010
  • Scorer in the Ozeanienmeisterschaft 2010 12 goals


  • Player of the Year in New Zealand in 2004
  • MVP of the New Zealand League 2003