Áine Marie O'Gorman was born in Wicklow on the 13th of May 1989 and began her playing career with local side Stella Maris.
O’Gorman was still only 16 years old when she broke into the Republic of Ireland Women's Senior team in 2006 - making her debut in the Algarve Cap against Denmark - and she maintained a place all the way through to her international retirement in 2018.
The versatile player - who played most of her career as a striker - did return to the senior team set-up in 2020, as a full-back, under the watch of current manager Vera Pauw.
Aine captained Ireland for the first time in 2015 and scored a hat-trick in Ireland's 9-0 win over Montenegro in 2016 - she now has 13 goals in total - She received the Golden Cap following her 100th appearance, the 1-0 defeat against Norway in June 2018.
She has enjoyed great success at club level, particularly with Peamount United, where she has won multiple leagues and cups, but also during spells with Doncaster Belles and UCD Waves.