Episode 34 — Remy Siemsen

Photo courtesy of Remy Siemsen

You can hear it in her voice: the joy, the determination, the competitive spirit: she wasn’t the best, she wasn’t the worst. You know what? She’s got pump, together with a willingness to listen and learn.

In this week’s episode, we speak with Remy Siemsen, who currently plays soccer for Sydney FC in the W-League. She made a big impression in her first W-League outing when she was just 16: named Young Footballer of the Year.

Remy represented Australia in the under-20 team, where she scored seven goals on debut. This athlete is on fire, with the ultimate dream of playing for the Matildas. It’s been her goal since she was four years old.

Every sporting story, including Remy’s, is not without hurdles, heartache and hard work. From her school pathway, turning points, to some great advice for sport parents, Remy keeps it real.




  1. Juliette Siemsen

    Loved the podcast – but I’m a little bit biased xx love the conversations you are having for parents and athletes so thank you

  2. Dianne Nichols

    So proud of you Remy! Keep striving for your goals to materialise & always be thankful for the many blessings along the way. Love always Nan xo

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