Alex Scott Bio
Alex Scott born Alexandra Virina Scott, MBE on 14 October 1984, is an English former footballer who mostly played as a right-back for Arsenal in the FA WSL. Alex made a total of 140 appearances for the English national team and also represented Great Britain at the 2012 London Olympics.
Alex Scott Age
Born on 14th October, 1984,
Alex Scott Girlfriend | Gay | Is Alex Scott Gay
Being a very private person, Alex has managed to keep her love life off the limelight, thus its not clear if she is gay or straight.
Alex Scott JXSE
Alex Scott on 26th June 2019, hit the recording studio with rapper and ‘Dance Like Mbappe’ creator JXSE to freestyle a track about the England Lionesses’ World Cup journey.
Alex Scott Strictly Come Dancing
Alex has been confirmed to compete in the Strictly Come Dancing 2019 . Her appearance on the show will definitely increase her bank balance as she gets the standard £25,000 payment for signing up.
This then rises to £40,000, if she manages to stay on the dance floor until the end of October
If she makes it to the quarter-finals sees their fee jump to £60,000 – and if she wins she will pocket a whopping £100,000.
Alex Scott Footballer
Alex Scott Arsenal
In 1992, aged eight, Scott signed on with Arsenal . She was later converted to full-back, after breaking into the first team as a striker or right winger . She remained with Arsenal until the 2004–05 season, after which she moved to Birmingham City. The club finished fourth in the FA Women’s Premier League National Division, with the help of Scott. However, she returned to Arsenal for the 2005–06 season, due to Birmingham’s financial difficulties.
Alex helped the club to a domestic double of the FA Women’s Premier League and FA Women’s Cup, after rejoining Arsenal. In Arsenal’s historic “Quadruple” season in which they won all of their trophy competitions, including the 2006–07 UEFA Women’s Cup, she was also a key figure. With Scott scoring the only goal in the two-legged tie with Umeå IK, Arsenal were the first ever British side to win the competition. She featured in 22 Premier League games, scoring two goals. In all competitions, she made a total of 40 appearances and scored four goals.
In the 2007–08 season Scott appeared in 21 games, scoring once. She made 35 appearances, in all competitions, scoring three goals. In the 2008–09 season, she scored once in 13 games. She made 24 appearances, in all competitions, adding two goals.
It was announced on 25 September 2008 that her WPS playing rights had been assigned to Chicago Red Stars, whose head coach was former Arsenal assistant Emma Hayes, upon the creation of a new women’s league in the United States, Women’s Professional Soccer. On 15 January 2009, her rights were traded to Boston Breakers and it was announced on 6 February 2009 that she would be leaving Arsenal to join up with her new team.
Scott played in 17 games for the Breakers, in the inaugural 2009 Women’s Professional Soccer season. She scored one goal and made one assist. Scott featured in 21 games in 2010 and registered two assists. In 2011, she started 14 of her 15 matches . She returned to Arsenal on loan in December 2011, for the duration of a three-match pre-season tour of Japan.
Alex Scott England
Scott returned for a third spell at Arsenal, after the WPS collapsed ahead of the 2012 campaign. She was later joined by Boston team mate Kelly Smith. For the 2014–15 season, Alex was named captain. She did not participate in the 2015 Continental Cup final where Arsenal Ladies beat Notts County to the Cup. Scott helped take Arsenal to the final of the 2016 FA Cup vs Chelsea in the following season, which the Gunners won 1–0. She played her last game on 12 May 2018 against Manchester City Women which Arsenal won 2–1. Later she became part of BBC Sport’s football broadcasting team at Russia for the World Cup.
Alex took part at the U19 and U21 levels for England, including at the 2002 FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship in Canada.
On 18 September 2004, she made her full debut against the Netherlands. She played in the 2005, 2009, 2013 and 2017 editions of the UEFA Women’s Championship, as well as the 2007, 2011 and 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cups. At the 2009 UEFA Women’s Euros, she won silver and bronze at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Scott headed powerfully in November 2014, past her own goalkeeper to give Germany the lead in England’s crushing 3–0 defeat at Wembley Stadium.
Scott retired from international football, on 2 September 2017. At the time of her retirement, she ended up as the second most capped England player with 140 appearances.
Alex Scott Netherlands – Women World Cup
Netherlands recently beat Sweden in the women world cup to make it to the finals. The Netherlands are looking to win their first World Cup against USA on Sunday but they have already won the prize for the most colourful fans at the Women’s World Cup, Alex Scott went to meet them ahead of their semi-final victory over Sweden in Lyon.
Scott who is a famous female pundit, claims that she receives sexiest abuse every single day on her social media. She said that she has considered quitting social media a number of times but realized that would mean that she allowed the insulters win.
She said; “We’ll get to the stage when I’m not regarded as a female pundit, I’m just a pundit,” Scott said.
“When we get to that point we’re getting somewhere.
“Me sitting there being strong enough to give my opinions in the way that I do it is normalising it.”
“Twitter is there for everyone to see. I think I get it (sexist abuse) every single day now,” she added.
Alex Scott Net Worth
Details of her net worth are under review.