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

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Biography

Sophie Louise Ingle was born on 2nd September 1991 to the family of Stephen Ingle in Llandough, United Kingdom. She is a Welsh footballer. She plays for the FA Women Super League club Chelsea and as well captains the Wales national football team. She has previously represented Bristol Academy, Cardiff City, and Liverpool. Sophie plays both defender and defensive midfielder.

In 2020, her Chelsea goal against Arsenal was nominated for the FIFA Puskas Award.
In 2021, she was selected as the only Welsh player in the Great Britain women’s Olympic football team for the 2020 Olympics.

Full Name:Sophie Louise Ingle
Current club:Super League club Chelsea and the Welsh women’s national football team
Born:September 2, 1991
Place of Birth:Llandough, United Kingdom
Nationality:Welsh
Height:5 feet 11 inches
Parents:Stephen Ingle
Siblings:Scott
Husband• Spouse:N/A
Zodiac sign: Virgo
Children: N/A
Occupation:Footballer
Net Worth:$5 million.
Achievements: FA Women’s Super League: 2019–2020
FA Women’s League Cup: 2019–2020
FA Community Shield: 2020
Liverpool Women’s Player of the Season: 2017
Liverpool Women’s Players’ Player of the Season: 2018
FIFA Puskas Award Nominee: 2020

Early Life & Education

Sophie Ingle started playing football at very younger age. Her older brother Scott introduced her to football when she was six (6) years old. She fell in love with football at that age and grew up being a professional footballer, Although, her mother usually takes her along with her to see her brother play football, and one of the coaches saw her kicking the ball and asked if she wanted to the join younger team.
Although, she couldn’t play football unitll she turned Twelve years old due to restrictions prohibiting males and girls from playing together beyond that age. but her former manager concurrently formed a girls’ squad which Sophie joined again.

Sophie Ingle is a Cardiff school of sport graduate and as well Bristol Academy graduate.

Personal Life

Sophie Louise Ingle is currently not in a relationship with anyone and there was no information about her personal life and family. Sophie always has these ambitions for collective success and desire to inspire the next generation. Sophie is very ambitious and a goal getter as she was able to buy a house in London at the age of Twenty-five (25), although she later sold the house before relocating to another state.

Career

Sophie started her football career with boys’ team Vale Wanderers. Despite making an appeal to the Football Association of Wales (FAW), rules prevented Sophie from playing with the boys beyond the age of Twelve (12). She spent a year away from football and then had brief spells with Vale Wanderers’ girls and Dinas Powys Ladies. This preceded the teenage Sophie’s move to Cardiff City Ladies.
During season 2007–2008, After a period in the reserves, Sophie broke into Cardiff’s FA Women’s Premier League team.
After winning the Welsh Cup twice with Cardiff, Sophie signed for WSL outfit Chelsea Ladies ahead of the 2012 campaign.

Chelsea manager Matt Beard deployed Sophie as a central defender and praised her impact after Chelsea’s 2012 FA Women’s Cup Final defeat to Birmingham: “Sophie Ingle, we initially brought in as a left back but you can see from her quality on the ball and distribution and reading of the game is good as well, she has created a few goals for us with balls in behind which something we haven’t had before.”
In February 2014, Sophie left Chelsea and moved nearer to home by joining Bristol Academy. She moved to captain The Vixens, but the club were relegated after the 2015 season. Sophie became a transfer target for other clubs and decided to join Liverpool in December 2015: “Liverpool is a massive club and once I was aware of their interest there was only one team I wanted to sign for”.

Sophie was called-up to represent Wales at Under-17 level, and later rose to captain the Under-19 squad. Sophie won her first senior cap for Wales in a 2–1 World Cup qualifying defeat to Azerbaijan, played in Baku on 28 October 2009.
In December 2011, Sophie was named in the preliminary Team GB squad for the 2012 Olympics. She won her 50th cap for Wales in July 2014, during a 1–1 friendly draw with Scotland in Dumfries.
Wales manager Jayne Ludlow named Sophie the new national team captain ahead of the 2015 Istria Cup, replacing Jess Fishlock who was surprisingly dropped from the squad.
On 22 September 2020, Sophie played her 100th match for Wales against Norway during the UEFA Women’s Euro 2021 qualifiers.
On 27 May 2021 it was rumored that Sophie had been selected as the only Welsh player in the Great Britain women’s Olympic football team for the 2020 Olympics.

Net Worth

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

Social Media

Sophie Louise Ingle as humble and hardworking as she is discovered that she also has some social media platforms where she can be connected.

  • @Sophie Louise Ingle (@Ingle08) is her Instagram handle.
  • @Sophie Louise Ingle (@sophieIngle01) is her Twitter handle.

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