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Millie Bright: Current Club, Height, Husband, Nationality, Net Worth, Children, Parents, Siblings, Age, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, News, Occupation, Achievements, Wikipedia, Podcast

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Millie Bright was born on 21st August 1993 to the family of Nicola Bright in England, United Kingdom. She is an English professional footballer. She plays the role of a defender for Chelsea and the England national football team. She has previously played for the following teams: Doncaster Belles, Leeds Ladies and as well represented England on the under-19 and under-23 national teams.

Millie was named Vauxhall England Young Player of the Year in 2016. With Chelsea, she won three league titles in 2015, 2017–2018, and 2019–2020, as well as the 2015 and 2017–2018 FA Women’s Cup. In 2020, she helped the club win the 2020 Women’s FA Community Shield.

Millie is popular known for being powerful, athletic.
Millie was named to the PFA Team of the Year for the 2017–2018 and 2019–2020 seasons. In 2020, she was named to the FIFA FIFPro Women’s World11.

Full Name:Millie Bright
Current club:Super League club Chelsea and the England women’s national football team
Born:August 21, 1993
Place of Birth:England, United Kingdom
Height:5 feet 10 inches
Parents:Nicola Bright
Siblings: N/A
Husband• Spouse:N/A
Zodiac sign: Leo
Children: N/A
Net Worth:$2 million.
Achievements: 4 time FA WSL winner 
2 time FA Women’s Cup 
2 time FA women’s league cup
FA community shield 
FA WSL team of the year for the national team
FIFA FIFPro Women’s world11
Vauxhall England young player – 2016

Early Life & Education

Millie Bright was born on 21st August 1993 to the family of Nicola Bright in England, United Kingdom.

Millie spent her youngest years immersed in equestrianism.
She had health challenges and was diagnosed with pneumonia as a baby, which stayed with her for many years and spent some of her early childhood in the hospital with bouts of asthma.
Although she did not allow asthma to stop her from achieving her goal, she also revealed that her passion for the game is what kept her going even though it seemed like she was bound to not be an athlete.

Growing up, Millie attended Sheffield Road School and Killamarsh Junior School, followed by Eckington School. It was in that school she developed serious interest in playing football and started playing with boys during break time because there was no team for girls at the time.

When Millie left her former school, she started having more quality time to train herself with the scholl team and started playing competitive games with them to develop into a strong player.

Millie show strength and stamina at the back and won the heart of her coaches. She was also respected by her teammates. she especially put up an outstanding perfomance in the second tier of the FA Women’s Super League that bother clubs started to woo her immediately.

Millie started playing football at age nine. After watching a friend play for Killamarsh Dynamos, a local team in Derbyshire, she decided to join. She was later scouted by Sheffield United and joined their academy team until age 16 before moving to Doncaster Rovers Belles in 2009.
Millie also played for Leeds United after she was sent on loan from 2011 to 2012.
However, Millie showed signs she would be a great player.

Personal Life

Millie Bright was born on 21st August 1993 to the family of Nicola Bright in England, United Kingdom.

Millie’s childhood and journey to football were not easy. She was always surrounded by health issues. At an early age, she was diagnosed with Asthma and Pneumonia. Her asthma was worse than often and led her to a hospital bed, but she worked hard and managed to handle health issues and football. She has two siblings a brother and a sister who she grew up with in Chesterfield, who use to play football at an early age. Millie is allegedly dating Levi Crew, Although, she has previously dated Jordan Bird, the first assistant at the Pam Barton Course at the Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club.
According to rumor, they only dated for a very short time. it was after the breakup, she then started dating Levi crew, which her former boyfriend Jordan Bird congratulated her for her achievements and qualities.


Millie made her Belles appearance as a substitute against Watford at the Keepmoat Stadium in August 2009. She scored her first goal on the occasion of her first start, in the following month’s 5–0 FA Women’s Premier League Cup win at Leeds City Vixens. She was awarded a contract for the inaugural 2011 season of the FA WSL, making five substitute appearances. At her own request, Bright then went on loan to Leeds United in their 2011–2012 FA Women’s Premier League season and debuted on her 18th birthday, scoring a goal after entering play as a substitute.

When Millie returned to Doncaster she had developed into a regular first team starter. Millie was critical of The Football Association’s decision to demote Doncaster Rovers Belles from the WSL in Favour of Manchester City one game into the 2013 season: “It was heartbreaking. It felt like we weren’t respected or even wanted in the league, purely based on money. It should be about the level you play at, not how much money you have. That season, we just felt what’s the point?”

In December 2014, Millie signed with Chelsea ahead of the 2015 season. Chelsea assistant manager Paul Green said of the signing, “Millie is a great character and a young player who is hungry to develop and improve her game. She has a lot of experience for a 21-year-old and has already played a lot of games in the FA WSL and knows what the league is all about. She will add strength and physicality to the squad and I’m sure that she will prove to be a good addition to this talented group of players as we look to build on last season’s achievements.” Chelsea finished in first place during the regular season with a 10–2–2 record and qualified for the 2016–2017 UEFA Women’s Champions League for the second time in the team’s history. Millie made fourteen appearances for Chelsea during the 2015 season tallying a total of 906 minutes. She was named Chelsea Players’ Player of the Year by her teammates.

Millie (centre) during a match against Lewes FC during the 2019–2020 FA Women’s League Cup, November 2019
During the 2016 season, Millie was a starting defender in all 15 games that she played and scored a goal in the team’s 5–0 win over Sunderland. Chelsea finished in second place with a 12–3–1 record.

Millie was Chelsea’s starting left-side defender for the 2017 FA WSL Spring Series and helped lead the defensive line to concede only five goals in all competitions. She scored two goals during attacking set-pieces against Bristol and Arsenal. Chelsea won the Spring Series with a 8–6–1 record.

In August 2018, Millie signed a new three-year contract with Chelsea. Of the signing, she said, “I just want to be a successful player and to help my team-mates and this football club win more trophies. We’ve already won a few in my time here and hopefully we can continue that and keep winning things, and I hope the Champions League is one of those trophies. We made a big statement in the competition last season and we’re ready to keep developing and take the next step.”

During the 2019–2020 FA WSL season, Millie was named the league’s Player of the Month for December after she scored and provided an assist against Birmingham and led the Chelsea defense in a shut-out against Manchester United. Chelsea won the regular season with a 12–3–0 record as well as the 2019–2020 FA Women’s League Cup after defeating Arsenal 2–1 in the Final.

When the 2020 Women’s FA Community Shield was played for the first time since 2008, Millie scored Chelsea’s game-winning goal from long range during the team’s 2–0 over Manchester City.

Millie has represented England on the senior national team as well as numerous youth national teams, including the under-19 and under-23 national team squads. In June 2016, she scored a penalty kick goal against the United States during the final game of the Nordic Cup.

Millie earned her first cap for the senior England national football team in September 2016, as a last-minute substitute in a 2–0 win over Belgium. In February 2019, Millie pulled out of the England squad for the SheBelieves Cup due to injury, and was replaced by Gemma Bonner.

In May 2019, Millie was selected to represent England at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. She played in two of the three group matches as well as in the Round of 16, Quarter Final and Semi Final. She was sent off in the 2–1 semifinal loss to the United States after receiving a second yellow card. She captained England for the first time in a friendly game against Canada on 13 April 2021. She was again called on to captain the squad by head coach Sarina Wiegman in the two November World Cup qualifiers against Austria and Latvia.

In June 2022, Millie was included in the England squad which won UEFA Women’s Euro 2022.

Net Worth

Millie Bright has worked as a footballer right from child. she has accumulated a satisfactory fortune from playing football. Millie Bright has an astonished net worth of $2 million.

Social Media

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

  • @Millie Bright (@Mbrighty04) is her Instagram handle.
  • @Millie Bright (@Mdawg1bright) is her Twitter handle.

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