Haneen started playing football when she was 11 years old and she has represented Jordan as a player in the U-14 Women National team also Played in Amman Club for almost 7 years and in the Grassroots Center for 2 years. Since that time Haneen has been driven by her love for sports and volunteering. Moreover, she has been engaged in many training courses to enrich her educational experience and volunteering in many events to strengthen her communication skills and give back to the community. Haneen was also one of the staff members of FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Jordan 2016, also worked with UEFA Foundation in a number of courses in refugee camps. In 2017, Haneen joined Equal Playing Field to be part of their initiative in raising awareness, promoting women football and gender equality in sports, she was one of 4 Arab footballers out of 30 international players to play the highest altitude football match in history at Mt.Kilimanajro, the match itself got into Guinness world record. Months later Equal Playing Field began planning for the next stage, to play the lowest altitude football match in history in Dead sea- Jordan, Haneen took part in organizing, planning, and arranging the 10 days Jordan quest, Haneen has begun to work with EPF in their third challenge France 2019. In 2018, Haneen Participated in many sports conferences, forums, and training such as: 1) Women in Sports leadership forum – Australia. 2) Sports for development and capacity building training – Coaches across continents. 3)Muslim Women in sports Network. 4)Sports for development forum –Right to play 5)The FA-Youth leadership Academy –England. Last but not least, Haneen still enriching her knowledge in sports, she’s currently working for Royal initiative called Madrasati which means “My school” as Sports for development officer, aiming to empower and build a better future for students through sports, especially football.