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Alline Calandrini was born on 8 March, 1988 in Macapá, State of Amapá, Brazil, is a Brazilian association football player. At 32 years old, Alline Calandrini height is 5 ft 7 in (171.0 cm).

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Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 8 March 1988
Birthday 8 March
Birthplace Macapá, State of Amapá, Brazil
Nationality Brazil

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She was pleasantly surprised to be invited to national team training upon her recovery in January 2017, but exceptionally frustrated when she re-injured the same knee shortly afterwards and was unable to attend.


When Santos reinstated their women's team in 2015, Calan returned as captain. She sustained a serious injury in 2016 and did not play at all in 2017 as she was taking part in a reality television series. In February 2018 she transferred to Corinthians. In August 2018 she announced her retirement from playing, to focus on her career as a sports journalist.


Despite featuring in Brazil's successful 2014 Copa América Femenina campaign, Calan was not selected for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup or the 2015 Pan American Games. When she was ruled out for six months with damaged knee ligaments in August 2016, she recognised that the squad for the 2016 Rio Olympics was already "closed", but hoped to regain her national team place afterwards.


Calan was called up by the national team again in August 2013. She made a first appearance for Brazil in September 2013, in a 1–0 win over Mexico at the 2013 Valais Women's Cup.


Calan began playing football at six years old. Her first professional club was Juventus, from where she progressed to Santos. Santos won the Copa Libertadores Femenina in 2009 and 2010, but in early 2012 Santos' board of directors scrapped the women's section, to save money after handing their male player Neymar a large new contract. Ten of the displaced players moved to Centro Olímpico, including Calan, who had to give up her house in Santos to move to a shared flat in São Paulo.

When Calan's Santos coach Kleiton Lima took the Brazil women's national football team job in March 2009, he named her in his first squad for a friendly against Germany in Frankfurt. She was present on the substitutes' bench, but did not appear in the match.

While playing football Calan also trained as a broadcast journalist, inspired by Glenda Kozlowski. While playing for Santos she appeared as a presenter on Santos TV. Sometimes described as a "musa" (transl. muse ), it was reported that Calan's good looks brought her wider attention and a dedicated social media following. As a young player she was annoyed by the "musa" label and wanted respect as an athlete. In later years she did not allow it to unsettle her or detract from her football. During her career she rejected transfer offers from foreign clubs, preferring to remain in Brazil.


Calan was part of the Brazil under-20 selection at the 2008 South American U-20 Women's Championship and subsequent 2008 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.


Alline Miranda Calandrini de Azevedo (born 8 March 1988), commonly known as Calan, is a Brazilian sports journalist and former football defender who played for the Brazil women's national team. She was a zagueira (transl. central defender ) for Santos, Centro Olímpico and Corinthians.