Indi Armstrong Cowie (born September 24, 1994) is a Scottish American professional freestyle footballer and football coach. She became an assistant coach to Anson Dorrance at the North Carolina Tar Heels when a knee injury caused her retirement from college soccer. Cowie had previously played as a midfielder or forward for Scottish Women's Premier League (SWPL) club Celtic and won three caps for the Scotland women's national under-17 football team.

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  • Indi Armstrong Cowie (born September 24, 1994) is a Scottish American professional freestyle footballer and football coach. She became an assistant coach to Anson Dorrance at the North Carolina Tar Heels when a knee injury caused her retirement from college soccer. Cowie had previously played as a midfielder or forward for Scottish Women's Premier League (SWPL) club Celtic and won three caps for the Scotland women's national under-17 football team. Cowie was born in Florida to parents from the West of Scotland. She was inspired to take up freestyle football after observing a demonstration by John Farnworth. In 2012 male footballer Lionel Messi picked Cowie as the winner of a global freestyle football competition tied in with the FIFA Street video game. As of 2014, Cowie practices her skills for one to three hours per day. In 2015, Cowie became the first woman to do a three revolution - three full circles around the soccer ball with the foot while it is still in the air. (en)
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  • Indi Armstrong Cowie (born September 24, 1994) is a Scottish American professional freestyle footballer and football coach. She became an assistant coach to Anson Dorrance at the North Carolina Tar Heels when a knee injury caused her retirement from college soccer. Cowie had previously played as a midfielder or forward for Scottish Women's Premier League (SWPL) club Celtic and won three caps for the Scotland women's national under-17 football team. (en)
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