Christina Julien

Christina Marie Katrina Julien (born 6 May 1988 in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada ) is a Franco- Canadian soccer player. She plays in the national team and the German Bundesliga FF USV Jena striker.


After she had played in her time at the Char - Lan District High School for the crew of the Crusaders Women, she went in the fall of 2006 to the James Madison University. After her college graduation, she returned to Canada and signed the Canadian W - League hopefuls Ottawa Fury.

In April 2009, she left Ottawa Fury on loan and switched to the Laval Comets. After they met in twelve games for the Comets eleven times, she returned in early 2010 to Ottawa Fury back. On January 19, 2012, she was elected to Ottawa's soccer player of the year in 2011 and moved in the spring of 2012 in the Swedish Damallsvenskan to Jitex BK. After they had come there during the 2012 season in ten games used, they announced in January 2013 its exchange to Russia for champions FK Rossijanka. For the season 2013/14 Julien joined the Australian first division club Perth Glory. In Down Under Julien graduated nine games and scored two goals before she signed the German Bundesliga FF USV Jena on 30 January 2014. The Offensive allrounder announced on February 23, 2014 in a 4-1 over TSG 1899 Hoffenheim her Bundesliga debut for Jena. In its sixth league game for the FF USV she shot her first two goals in a 6-1 over the SGS food


Her first senior international she made at age 20 on March 5, 2009 as part of the Cyprus Cup in a 1-1 draw against New Zealand. With the Canadian national soccer team won the 2010 Cyprus Cup, scoring the decisive winning goal in three games, as well as the CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup 2010, where they face Guyana scored the first goal in the 8-0 win. In 2011 she was able to repeat winning the Cyprus Cup and was appointed to the Canadian squad for the World Cup. She came first in the second game against France for use and has also been used in the last group match against Nigeria, but resigned after three defeats Canada in the preliminary round of.

For the Olympic Games in London, she was nominated as one of four substitutes.


  • CONCACAF Women 's Gold Cup 2010 winners
  • Cyprus Cup Winner 2010 and 2011


Julien studied as Dean's List graduate four years at James Madison University exercise science and computer science. Since 2014 Julien works alongside the football career as an English teacher of a kindergarten G. Heckel daycare gGmbH in Jena. Your German wants to bring in a Jena kindergarten to scratch the Canadian. There it is, next to the football, helping out giving English lessons.