January 21, 1999 (24)
Alisha Lehmann is a Swiss professional footballer who has skillfully navigated the field, leaving an indelible mark on international women’s soccer. A testament to her abilities, she’s played forward for prominent clubs, including West Ham United Women and Everton Women. With her knack for weaving through defenses and striking with precision, Lehmann’s career in the English Women’s Super League (WSL) has been nothing short of spectacular.
Throughout her journey in football, Alisha has been an instrumental part of numerous thrilling encounters. Among her prominent roles, she represented Switzerland at the U-19 level and earned her place in the senior squad, showcasing her talent on the grand European stage. Her time with West Ham United Women saw numerous match-winning goals and assists that have become iconic moments for fans of the Hammers.
Collaboration in sports, unlike films or music, is primarily about team dynamics. Alisha’s collaborative spirit shines through her synergy with fellow footballers on the field. To name just a few with whom she’s created magic: Katharina Baunach, Jacynta Galabadaarachchi, and Adriana Leon at West Ham; Hayley Raso, Izzy Christiansen, and Valerie Gauvin at Everton; and on the international scene with players like Ramona Bachmann, Lara Dickenmann, and Ana-Maria Crnogorčević.
In terms of distinctions, Alisha’s contributions haven’t gone unnoticed. She was shortlisted for the 2018/19 PFA Young Player of the Year while playing with West Ham.