Solaun began her professional career with Seattle Reign FC of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) in 2015. After two years, she was traded to the Washington Spirit. Solaun is a former United States youth international, most recently at the U23 level.
|Full name||Havana Marguerite Solaun|
|Date of birth||February 23, 1993|
|Place of birth||Gainesville, FL|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|2015–2016||Seattle Reign FC||4||(1)|
|2009–2010||United States U17||5||(3)|
|2014–2016||United States U23||5||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of August 10, 2018|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 18 June 2019
Born in Hong Kong, Solaun's family moved to the United States when she was two. She attended Buchholz High School in Gainesville, Florida. From 2008 to 2010, she was named to the All-Area Girls Soccer first-team by The Gainesville Sun.
Solaun attended the University of Florida from 2011 to 2014 where she played soccer for the Florida Gators and was a four-year starting midfielder. Solaun earned All-Southeastern Conference first team honors in 2014 and 2013 and also appeared on the NSCAA All-South Region teams those same seasons. As a senior in 2014, Solaun registered collegiate best totals for goals(9), assists (9) and points (27) to finish second among the Gators in each category.
Solaun was selected 15th overall by Seattle Reign FC during the 2015 NWSL College Draft. After signing with the team a few months later, Seattle Reign FC head coach Laura Harvey said, "Havana is a young, talented player who is very good on the ball. The most important thing for us is she is also very comfortable in possession, whether under pressure or not, she can keep control of the ball and move it in the way that we want her to." Solaun made her debut for the Reign during 2–0 win over the University of Washington during preseason play but sat out the season after suffering an injury. During the team's first 2016 pre-season match against the Portland Thorns, Solaun scored the game-winning goal in the 75th minute helping the Reign win 2–0. She made her debut for the club during its season opener against Sky Blue FC on April 17. She scored her first goal during a match against the Houston Dash leading the Reign to a 1–0 win.
Solaun's player rights were traded to the Washington Spirit in November 2016 in exchange for Spirit players Christine Nairn and Madalyn Schiffel. She signed with the team in December. Solaun would become a regular starter for the Spirit, earning 24 appearances and scoring 5 goals during her first season.
Born in Hong Kong to a Cuban American father (Felix Solaun, born in the United States shortly after his parents Félix Solaun and Hilda Luis moved from their native Havana) and a Jamaican mother (Sandra Brower, formerly Solaun, née Phillips), Solaun was originally eligible to play for the national teams of Hong Kong, the United States, Cuba or Jamaica.
Solaun represented the United States on the under-17 (2010 CONCACAF Women's U-17 Championship), under-20 and under-23 national teams. As Solaun had previously lived in Canada (also in Singapore), she participated in a centralized camp of the Canadian national team in February 2015.
Following the historic FIFA Women's World Cup qualification by the Jamaica women's national football team, Solaun was named to its training camp roster in January 2019. She made her debut on March 3 that year in a 3–2 friendly win against Chile.
Scores and results list Jamaica's goal tally first
|June 18, 2019||Stade des Alpes, Grenoble, France||Australia||2019 FIFA Women's World Cup|
Solaun's first name, Havana, is a tribute to her paternal grandparents' birthplace.
I went from Hong Kong to Florida to Singapore to Florida to Canada and then finally back to Florida.
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