Previously, Press played for Stanford Cardinal, Pali Blues, magicJack, Kopparbergs/Goteborg FC, Tyreso FF, Chicago Red Stars, Utah Royals and Manchester United.
Swedish soccer at Goteborg
Press signed a professional contract with Kopparbergs/Goteborg in 2012 and hit the ground running at her new club. She was the second-highest goalscorer in the Damallsvenskan season with 17.
Press returned to Goteborg in 2018 and scored four goals in eight appearances in the 2018 Damallsvenskan season.
Turning to Tyreso
At the end of her first season in Sweden, Press transferred to defending champions Tyreso FF. In the 2013 season, she scored 23 goals to become the first American to win the Damallsvenskan Golden Boot.
Press' nine goals in the 2013/14 UEFA Women's Champions League saw her finish second to Wolfsburg's Martina Müller in the goalscoring charts as she helped Tyreso to the final, where they lost 4-3 to Wolfsburg.
A move to the US - Chicago Red Stars
Press was named team captain and scored nine goals in 15 appearances in the 2016 season, including one in the play-offs, but the Chicago Red Stars were eliminated 2-1 by the Washington Spirit after extra time.
In January 2018, Press was traded to Houston Dash. On March 10, the team was informed that she would not be joining them, as she had multiple offers in Sweden. Ultimately, she opted to sign for Göteborg.
Press signed for Utah Royals from Goteborg in June 2018 and scored twice in 11 matches in the 2018 NWSL season.
She moved on to Manchester United in September 2020. Two months later, Utah lost her NWSL rights to Racing Louisville FC in the 2020 NWSL Expansion Draft.
A big move to Manchester
Press and international teammate Tobin Heath signed for Manchester United together.
190707 Christen Press of USA celebrates winning the FIFA Women s World Cup final between USA and Netherlands on July 7, 2019 in Lyon.
Christen Press' net worth is reported to be $1.4million.