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Amy grew up with her family in Canberra, Australia.
Amy Taylor began playing youth soccer in 1991, at the age of 11.
She was a member of the Australia women's national soccer team, known as "The Matildas", playing as a defender in over thirty international matches. She was first selected to the Australian women's national team in 1997, at the age of 17—just six years after she began playing the sport. That same year she was called up for the 1997 Women's U.S. Cup to replace injured defender Bridgette Starr, scoring her first international goal as the Matildas lost 9–1 to the United States. Taylor was an unused substitute during the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup, and that same year she appeared on the cover of nude calendar featuring current Matilda's players, designed to lift the profile of the women's game and raise funds to support the national team's activities. She wound up cut out of the Australian team for the 2000 Summer Olympics.
After one year away from international soccer, Taylor returned to the Matildas in 2004 to take part in the Olympic qualifiers. She was again an alternate player for the 2004 Olympics tournament.
Known as a tenacious defender and aggressive tackler. Taylor's succumbed to a number of ankle injuries undergoing two reconstructive surgeries. She retired from international football in 2005 to take on a career in the media full time.
In 2008, Duggan co-hosted the first series of football-reality television program Football Superstar on pay TV channel FOX8. For the second series in 2009, she was replaced by Lee Furlong after the birth of her first child.
From August 2016, Amy started hosting a 4-hour music program on Wollongong's i98FM, called Chilled Sundays.
While continuing her role on WIN News, she has also hosted and commentated for ABC's telecast of the W-League national women's competition. Then went on to Host W-League and Matilda's matches for Fox Sports from 2015-2018 before signing with Optus Sport in 2019 for the 2019 Women's World Cup.
Currently, Amy Taylor is 41 years old. Amy Taylor will celebrate 42nd birthday on Friday, June 11, 2021. Below we countdown to Amy Taylor upcoming birthday.
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