|Full name Amy McCann|
0000–2005 Wolves Women
|Playing position |
Place of birth Walsall, England
Name Amy McCann
|Date of birth (1983-10-26) 26 October 1983 (age 32)|
Amy McCann (born 26 October 1983 in Walsall) is an English–born Northern Irish footballer, who has represented clubs including Wolverhampton Wanderers Women, Everton and Birmingham City Ladies as a striker. McCann has played for Northern Ireland at senior international level.
McCann's 21 goals for Wolves won the golden boot in 2004–05, as the club finished runners–up to Sunderland Women in the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division.
After a season with Everton, McCann signed for Birmingham City in 2006. During 2009–10 she returned to Wolves on dual–signing terms, to regain fitness after the birth of her child.
McCann was called up to a Northern Ireland training camp in November 2007, after Birmingham City's programme editor alerted them to her eligibility. McCann's grandfather Henry was from Portadown.
She made her international debut on 16 February 2008, as a 77th-minute substitute in a 4–0 defeat in Spain.
McCann is a season ticket holder at Walsall F.C..