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Saskia Webber

Former member, U.S. Women's National Team and New York Power

Saskia Webber headshot

A member of the famed 1999 USA World Cup Championship Team, Webber has had a stellar career. Throughout her career, Webber has earned titles such as All American, Missouri Athletic Club GK Of the Year, Honda Award Winner Finalist, Soccer America Goalkeeper of the Decade, and Hall of Fame member at Rutgers University in NJ. She started her National Team career at age 17 where she was a member of the under 20 team. Her Senior Team debut was in 1992 where she would become a mainstay with the U.S. Team for the next 8 years. Her career with the Women’s National Team saw her earn a bronze medal in the 1995 World Cup and a gold medal in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. She was also part of the team that won the gold medal in the 1999 World Cup in front of 90,000 people, the largest crowd to ever watch a women’s game.

Webber played professional soccer for 3 years in Japan for Oki FC where she was named the top goalkeeper of the league. In 2001, as a founding member of the WUSA, Webber played the inaugural season for the Philadelphia Charge. She finished her soccer playing career with her home team The New York Power.


  • Assistant Coach: Rutgers University, NC State University
  • Director: Soccer Plus Goalkeeper Camps
  • Goalkeeper Coach UNC camps
  • Elite Level Private Coaching 10years
  • Goalkeeper Coach: The Archer School
  • Director of Goalkeeping: LA Bulls