Felice Albers facts for kids
|Full name||Felice Albers|
|Born||27 December 1999
Felice Albers (born 27 December 1999) is a Dutch field hockey player.
Albers plays club hockey for Amsterdam in the Dutch Hoofdklasse.
In 2019, Albers was a member of the Amsterdam team that won the 47th and last EuroHockey Club Champions Cup. The team won the final 7–0 against Real Sociedad at the tournament held in Amstelveen, Netherlands.
Junior National Teams
In 2016, Albers represented the Netherlands U–18 team at the EuroHockey Youth Championships. At the tournament, she scored one goal and won a gold medal with the team.
Following her appearances in the national U–18 side, Albers appeared regularly in Dutch youth teams. In 2019, she debuted for the national U–21 side at the EuroHockey Junior Championship in Valencia, Spain, where she won a silver medal.
Senior National Teams
Albers was a member of the Netherlands Indoor side at the 2018 EuroHockey Indoor Nations Championship in Prague, Czech Republic.
In 2019, Albers made her senior international debut in the FIH Pro League in a match against Belgium on 9 June. Three days later, in a match against New Zealand she scored her first international goal.
|1||12 June 2019||HC Den Bosch, 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands||New Zealand||2–0||3–2||2019 FIH Pro League|
|2||26 January 2020||Karen Shelton Stadium, Chapel Hill, United States||United States||1–0||9–0||2020 FIH Pro League|
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