Brittany Isenhour is a professional soccer player for Angel City FC. Born and raised in Colorado, Brittany began playing soccer at three years old. She started playing club soccer when she was twelve, developing incredible talent for the sport early on. Not only did she help her club team reach the National Finals in both 2013 and 2014, she also spent three years playing in the Colorado Olympic Development Program and had multiple call-ups to the U-19 and U-20 U.S. Youth National Team. Soccer has helped Brittany in many ways as she says, “I focused a lot on soccer, and it became my outlet. I don’t know where I would be without it.”
Brittany went on to become a goalkeeper for the University of Denver women’s soccer team. In just her freshman year, she was named Summit Goalkeeper of the Year. Her achievements during her collegiate career continued, as she made the Summit League Second Team in 2017, 2018, and 2019. Brittany made her mark at the University of Denver, as she was fourth in saves (230), fourth in shutouts (25), and fourth in goalkeeper wins (40).
As an UDFA, Brittany was invited to a preseason trial by Orlando Pride. She was signed by the team in 2021 and made her debut in the National Women’s Soccer League in October 2021. At the end of 2021, she married husband Trystan Isenhour and was traded to Angel City FC. Brittany’s dedication to achieving her goal as a goalkeeper in the NWSL did not go unnoticed, as former teammate Ashlyn Harris said, “She works so hard. She listens. She wants to get better every single day.”