Lucy Bronze

Birth Day October 28th, 1991
Birth Place Berwick-upon-Tweed
Age 32 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio

Lucia Roberta Tough Bronze famed as Lucy Bronze is an English women footballer who plays as a right-back for French club Olympique Lyonnais and the England national team. She has played for Sunderland, Everton, Liverpool, and Manchester City as well as the North Carolina Tar Heels at the college level in the United States previously. Moreover, she has represented England at the "Euro 2013", "World Cup 2015" and "2019 World Cup". She is widely regarded as the world's greatest right-back. Her jersey number is 2. Overall, she is a very talented footballer. 

Our hero of the week is the inspirational Lucy Bronze

This week’s hero plays for Olympique Lyonnais and is the best right-back in the world. Hailing from the gloriously wild lands of Northumberland, she has played for Sunderland, Everton, Liverpool and Manchester City before moving to France. She has also played for England at every level and scored one of the goals of this year’s World Cup. She has a very heavy trophy cabinet. There is no doubt that she has worked with a rare determination to get where she is today and overcome many hurdles and obstacles. Ten years ago, aged just 17, she moved to North Carolina to study at UNC and was so impressive that she won a scholarship and went on to feature prominently in midfield for the Tar Heels varsity team. She was the first British player to win the NCAA Cup. But at 18 she suffered a knee injury and by 23 had had four operations on it, pretty much having to work on her own to recover because of the lack of support. Speaking to the Telegraph she said: “I think the injuries weren’t the problem, it’s more the fact that I didn’t have any support from…well, I only had it from my mum. And I was playing for England. I was playing for teams at the time. Nothing was as professional as it is now, so I just got left to my own devices. I didn’t really know what I was doing.” Now playing for the best team in the world and picking up trophies left to right and center, she’s only too aware of her position as a role model and an inspiration when she says “I think it’s important women are empowered to do anything”. That’ll be the wonderful, the marvelous, the golden Lucy Bronze, then.

Famous for

  • Being the "UEFA Women's Player of the Year" titleholder first English women footballer
  • For her football tricks and skills

Early Life of Lucy Bronze 

Lucy Bronze was born on 28th October 1991, in Berwick-upon-Tweed, England as Lucia Roberta Tough Bronze. Her nationality is British and her ethnicity is White. Her zodiac sign is Scorpio. She was born to Joaquin Bronze and Kim Bronze. Her father is Portuguese while her mother is English. She has two siblings: a brother, Jorge and a sister, Sophie. She attended Community High School at Duchess, Alnwick and then she moved to study at UNC in North Carolina. Bronze then graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University. She started playing soccer in her school at the under-12 academy level for Sunderland and then she joined the senior team as she turned 16 in 2007. She also had coached the under-16 team. As of 2018, she celebrated her 27th birthday with her friends and families. Her religion is Christian. 

Body Measurements of Lucy Bronze

Lucy Bronze is a very beautiful woman with a fair skin tone. She has got a charming smile on her lips attracting a lot of people towards her. Her body build is athletic and she has a well-maintained body figure. She stands tall with a height of 5 feet 8 inch or 1.71 m. She has a body weight of 65 kg or 143 lbs. Her other body measurements will be added soon. She has light brown hair and green eyes.

Career of Lucy Bronze

  •  Lucy Bronze started her career by playing at Sunderland under-12 academy level and joined the senior team when she turned 16 in 2007.
  • She was even named, "Manager's Player of the Year" in 2007-2008.
  • She also appeared in the 2009 FA Women's Cup final, claiming the Player of the Match award in Sunderland's 2-1 defeat to Arsenal.
  • After that, she then moved to North Carolina and became the first British player to win an "NCAA Cup" in December 2009.
  • She then returned to Sunderland in the Premier League National Division.
  • It was revealed that Bronze had signed for Everton in September where she was named in their "UEFA Women's Champions League" squad.
  • She debuted for Everton against MTK in Hungary but continued to play for Sunderland while her new club awaited the 2011 FA WSL.
  • She then left Everton and signed for "Liverpool" in Novermber 2012.
  • She was awarded the "PFA Women's Players' Player of the Year".
  • She signed at Manchester City leaving Liverpool in the year 2015. 
  • She was named "PFA Women's Players' Player of the Year" for the second time and selected in the "PFA WSL Team of the Year" on 23rd April 2017.
  • She then signed a three-year contract with her current club, "Olympique Lyonnais" in August 2017.
  • She made nineteen appearances, scoring two goals, as Lyon captured its twelfth straight league title in the Division 1 Feminine league.
  • She collected her second Division 1 Feminine League title winner's medal; she also won Coupe de France Feminine title and helped Lyon win a second consecutive UEFA Women's Champions League trophy during the 2018-2019 season. 


  • She has also performed at "UEFA Women's Euro 2017", and was included in the "2017 UEFA Team of the Tournament".
  • She was also shortlisted "UEFA Women's Player of the Year Award" and "The Best FIFA Women's Player Award".
  • She captained England team first time in the "2018 SheBelieves Cup".
  • She ended up earning the silver ball, for the second-best player in the "2019 FIFA Women's World Cup" tournament.

Marital Status, Boyfriend, Dating, Child

Lucy Bronze is not married yet and she is still to get married. She is currently single as there is no rumors about her dating with anyone. At present, she is focusing on her career rather than spending her valuable time in a relationship. Her sexual orientation is straight. 

Net Worth of Lucy Bronze

Lucy Bronze is a very successful footballer and her net worth will be surely in millions. She has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2019. She earns a salary of around $40,000 from her current club. Her primary sources of money are from her football career. Besides this, she is also earning additional money from several endorsements, sponsorship, and commercials. Overall, she is satisfied with her earnings. 

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