Brittany Ratcliffe

#13 Forward Hear pronunciation

Status Active
Position Forward
Home Town Williamstown, NJ
Age 02/07/1994
Height 5'4"
College University of Virginia
Last Club North Carolina Courage
Pronouns She/Her
Acquired Signed January 11, 2024
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Career Summary



NORTH CAROLINA COURAGE: Appeared in nine matches (five starts), playing 431 minutes. Completed a single-season career high 85.8% of passes and tallied nine shots. Named to the 2023 NWSL UKG Challenge Cup All-Tournament Team after scoring in three consecutive games (two game-winning goals) in Group Stage before helping the team with the tournament Championship.


NORTH CAROLINA COURAGE: Appeared in ten matches (three starts), playing 329 minutes. Scored two goals on nine shots. Completed 75% of passes.  


KANSAS CITY CURRENT & NORTH CAROLINA COURAGE: Moved with the Utah Royals franchise to Kansas City where she appeared in one match, before being picked up by the North Carolina Courage. Then, appeared in 12 matches (two starts), playing 253 minutes. Scored one goal, tallied nine shots, and won 43.9% of duels.


UTAH ROYALS: Started all five Challenge Cup matches, playing 325 minutes.


UTAH ROYALS: Missed the 2019 season due to injury.


UTAH ROYALS: Appeared in ten matches (four starts), playing 366 minutes. Scored two goals, matching a single-season career high. Set a single-season high with 75% shot accuracy rate.


FC KANSAS CITY: Appeared in 22 matches (12 starts), playing 1,106 minutes — all single-season career highs. Scored one goal and added two assists, while setting a single-season career high 21 shots and seven shots on target.


BOSTON BREAKERS: Selected with the 17th pick in the 2016 NWSL College Draft. Appeared in 15 games (five starts), playing 546 minutes.



A standout forward in four season with the Hoos (2012-15). Earned consecutive All-ACC Third Team honors in her junior and senior season, starting all but one game in 49 appearances during that time. Multiple time ACC Player of the Week. Set the University of Virginia record with 11 goals as a substitute her sophomore season. Finished career with six game-winning goals. Recognized on the All-ACC Honor Roll list her junior and senior seasons.

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