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Bethany England: Current Club, Height, Girlfriend, Nationality, Net Worth, Children, Parents, Siblings, Age, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, News, Occupation, Achievements, Wikipedia, Podcast

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Bethany England


Bethany England was born on the 3rd of June 1994 to the family of June in Barnsley, United Kingdom. England is an English professional footballer. she plays the role of a forwarder for Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Women’s Super League and as well the England national football team.

So far, She had previously played for the following clubs; Doncaster Rovers Belles, Liverpool and Chelsea, and also has represented England on the U19 and U23 national teams.

In 2020, England was named the league’s Player of the Year and PFA Women’s Players’ Player of the Year after leading Chelsea to win the 2019–2020 FA WSL and 2019–20 FA Women’s League Cup. She was also named to the PFA Team of the Year.

Full Name:Bethany England
Current club:Super League club Tottenham Hotspur and the England women’s national football team
Born:June 3rd, 1994
Place of Birth:Barnsley, United Kingdom
Height:5 feet 5 inches
Girlfriend• Spouse:Stephanie Williams
Zodiac sign: Gemini
Children: N/A
Net Worth:$5 million.
Achievements: Chelsea Women’s Player of the Year, Barclays FA Women’s Super League Player of the Season and PFA Players’ Player of the Year.

Early Life & Education

England grew up with her two sisters in Barnsley, United Kingdom.

She started playing with a boys’ team at age six and played with the team between 3–4 years. She was later moved to join the Sheffield United girls’ centre of excellence.

After three years with the Sheffield United girls’ team, England started playing for the Sheffield United academy at the age of thirteen (13) where she played for three years along with her twin sister, Laura.

At the age of sixteen (16), England joined Doncaster Belles and broke onto the first team within her first year.

England attended Barnsley Sixth Form College. At Barnsley College, her former football coaches remember her scoring the best goal many of them had ever seen at the Whitsuntide Tournament in Spain.

Mark Ryan, manager of the college’s sport academy, said thus, “The goalkeeper kicked the ball from the edge of the box. As the ball travelled towards the halfway line, England stood wide right. She watched the ball come over her left shoulder and she hit it, first time, from just inside the opposition half. Lobbed the goalkeeper. There were a total number of twenty-eight (28) boys on the sideline, and their reaction… It went from stunned silence to absolute uproar.”

England studied law part-time through a partnership with BPP University and the Doncaster Belles organization with the goal of pursuing family law. As a youth, she admired footballers like Steven Gerrard and Rachel Yankey.

Personal Life

Bethany England is allegedly a Lesbian and she is in a relationship with her lesbian partner Stephanie Williams. England previously dated Danielle van de Donk- former Arsenal teammate. England has a twin sister named, Laura, who is older than her by about thirty seconds. England has tattoo on her thigh, her calf both her forearms, and also her upper arms.
England’s football role models were Steven Gerrard and Rachel Yankey. She loves lasagne and garlic bread.


England established herself in Doncaster Rovers Belles’ first team during the second half of the 2011 FA WSL season, at the age of 17. On 23rd July 2011, She made her appearance for the first team and made four appearances during the regular season. Doncaster finished in seventh place with a 2–9–3 record. In October 2011, she went on a short-term loan to Sheffield Wednesday.

During the 2012 FA Women Super League season, England scored two goals in her eight appearances. She scored her first goal during a 3–2 loss to Bristol City. Her second goal came during a 2–0 win over Liverpool. Doncaster finished in seventh place with a 3–9–2 record. Returning to Doncaster England made nine appearances during the 2012 FA WSL season. The team finished in last place and was relegated to the second division, FA WSL 2, for the 2014 season.

During the 2015 FA WSL season, England’s fourteen goals helped the club finish second during the regular season with a 14–1–3 and gain promotion to FA WSL 1. She scored a hat-trick against Oxford United. Over her five seasons with Doncaster, England became a regular starter and made close to 100 appearances for the club. Though offered a full-time deal by the Belles, England opted to join Chelsea the following season.

England scoring the game-winning goal against Arsenal in the 2020 FA Women’s League Cup Final.
In January 2016, it was announced that England had signed with reigning FA WSL 1 champions Chelsea for the 2016 season. She scored 5 times in her 19 appearances, including seven starts, playing as a wing-back. Chelsea finished second during the regular season with a 12–3–1 record.

In April 2017, England signed a new two-year contract with Chelsea. A few months later she was loaned to Liverpool for the season where she strengthened her goal-scoring skills with 10 goals in 16 matches.

On 14 September 2017, England moved on loan to Liverpool for the 2017–2018 FA WSL season. On 12 October 2017, she scored her first goal for the Reds in a 6–0 victory against Sheffield F.C. in the Continental Cup. In February 2018, she scored another goal in Liverpool’s 3–1 win against Sunderland. England’s 10 goals ranked third on the team for the season. Liverpool finished sixth during the regular season with a 9–8–1 record.

She returned to Chelsea for the 2018–2019 FA WSL season. Her 12 goals in 18 matches ranked third in the league and first on Chelsea’s squad. Chelsea finished third during the regular season with a 12–2–6 record.

During the 2019–2020 FA WSL season, England scored a total number of fourteen (14) goals in 15 games. Named Player of the Month for January and February, she was the country’s top scorer in all competitions across the top two divisions, and the Super League’s second-highest goalscorer. Her brace during the Continental Cup Final secured Chelsea’s win. Chelsea manager Emma Hayes called her the best English No 9 in the country. England scored a total number of twenty-one (21) goals in all competitions for the Women’s Super League and Continental Cup and was named the league’s Player of the Season.

In July 2020, England signed a new four-year contract with Chelsea. Chelsea’s general manager Paul Green noted, “We’re delighted to have extended England’s contract, as she has been outstanding in the last 18 months, playing a big part in the team’s success. We feel that she is now coming in to her peak as a player and look forward to seeing how she continues to develop for both club and country in the upcoming years.” In August, she helped Chelsea win the 2020 Women’s FA Community Shield after a 2–0 win over Manchester City.

England has represented her country on the under-19, under-23, and senior national teams. In 2012, she competed with the under-19 national team at the UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship in Turkey. She scored two goals in five appearances. The team finished third in their group, but did not advance to the Final Stages.
In August 2019, England earned her first senior England call up for friendlies against Belgium and Norway. In October 2019, she scored her first goal as a substitute in a 2–1 defeat to Brazil. She scored the game-opening goal in a 3–2 win over Czech Republic an assist from Nikita Parris a month later. In February 2020, she was named to the England squad for the SheBelieves Cup in the United States. England manager Phil Neville said of the call-up, “She’s playing in a team full of confidence and every time I see her play, she’s added a little bit to the game. Without doubt she, along with Ellen White, are the best two centre-forwards in England on form and she deserves her place in the squad.” England made two appearances during the tournament and the team finished third. She sustained an ankle injury during training that prevented her from playing in the team’s final match. In June 2022 she was included in the England squad which won the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022.

On 4 January 2023, it was announced that England had signed for Tottenham Hotspur until June 2026. Her transfer fee was rumored to be £250,000, breaking the record for a domestic women’s football transfer.

Net Worth

Bethany England has worked as a footballer right from child. she has accumulated a satisfactory fortune from playing football. Bethany England has an astonished net worth of $5 million.

Social Media

Bethany England as humble and hardworking as she is discovered that she also has some social media platforms where she can be connected.

  • @Bethany England (@bethanyengland4) is her Instagram handle.
  • @Bethany England (@bethany_eng15) is her Twitter handle.

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