Date of birth: 1/7/1991
Place of birth: Auckland
Current club: Three Kings United
Previous clubs: Sydney FC
'A' Internationals: 48
'A' International debut: Nov 14, 2006 vs China
U-20 Internationals (Goals): 24 (2)
U-17 Internationals (Goals): 9 (1)
FIFA Tournaments: FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup 2006, FIFA Women's World Cup 2007, FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2008, FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup 2008, FIFA Women's U-20 World Cup 2010, FIFA Women's World Cup 2011, 2012 Olympic Games
Annalie Longo has played in more FIFA tournaments than any other New Zealander; Germany 2011 was her sixth age-group or full World Cup. A veteran of three U-20 and one U-17 Women’s World Cups as well as the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup in China, Longo's games at the 2012 London Olympics allowed her to complete the ‘set’, the first in the world to do so.
Longo made her full New Zealand debut aged just 15 years old (and 136 days), setting a new record as the youngest ever Football Fern. Her appearance against Denmark in the 2007 World Cup made her the second youngest player, of either gender, to play at a senior World Cup (she was 16 years and 76 days old).
An accomplished tap dancer, the former Epsom Girls Grammar student has won national age-group titles in her ‘other’ sport, something she credits for helping her on field footwork.