Beth Mead is a professional English player who currently plays as a forward for Arsenal in Football Association Women's Super League (FA WSL). Additionally, she is also a member of the England women's national team and has played for the team at every age level from u-15.
Beth Mead who made her debut for the senior England women's national football team in April 2018 has collected a massive net worth. Additionally, to know more about Beth's salary, net worth, personal life, and professional career, make sure you are sticking with us until the end.
Beth is yet to be married and reportedly, she is never involved in the news regarding relationships and affairs. Compared to her professional career, the information about her personal matter is almost out of reach of media. However, her popularity certainly doesn't let her fans and followers to accept the fact that she is living a single life.
Also, her secretive nature might be the reason why there aren't any hint about her probable boyfriend or husband. More importantly, she seems to be focused on her career and maybe doesn't get enough time for love affairs. Apart from a romantic relationship, she shares a good bond with her friends and family as she is often spotted clicking pictures and hanging out with her friends.
Talking about her body measurement, she has a perfect body structure which fits for soccer. Further, she stands in a height of 163 cm (5 ft 4 in) and the details about her additional body measurement such as weight, dress size, hip size, waist size, etc is still under cover.
Also, she is pretty active in social media, having almost 43 thousand followers on Instagram and 16 thousand followers on Twitter respectively. Additionally, she can be found with the username "bethmead_" and "bmeado9" on Instagram and Twitter respectively.
Beth Mead currently plays for one of the popular clubs of England and reportedly, she has collected a decent net worth from her professional career. However, the media is still unknown about her exact salary and net worth. Reportedly, some source claims that she has an estimated net worth around $500,000 but the mentioned figure is just an approximation.
In particular, England's women's soccer player is anticipated to earn an average wage of $30,190, playing in the FA Women's Super League. In addition, players can also add additional money from various endorsement deals to their wage. Being a popular Forward, Beth is expected to earn a salary around the average estimated by FA Women's Super League.
Talking about her endorsement, it seems like she has signed a deal with Nike brand as she has promoted the products of the brand in her social account. However, we have no information about the amount of cash she receives from the endorsement deals.
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Additionally, the information about her assets like house and car are still behind the rock, however, we are pretty sure that she owns an expensive car and is living a lavish life from the money she generated from her professional career.
Beth was born on 9 May 1995, in Whitby, England. As per her birth, she is an English native and belongs to the white ethnic group. Additionally, the details about her parents, siblings, and childhood are not in the media yet. Moreover, she was born under the star sign, Taurus.
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Talking about her early career, she played as a youth in Middlesbrough FC from the year 2005 to 2011. Later, because of her excellency, she was offered a chance to play for Sunderland FC at the age of 16.
As of 2019, Beth plays as a Forward for the club Arsenal FC and also plays for the England women's national team. She signed her professional contract with Arsenal on 24 January 2017.
Additionally, She represented England at every age level, starting from under-15 and played in all three England under-20 game at the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup and scored a long-range goal against Mexico in the tournament. In her entire playing career, she has achieved a lot professionally including PFA Women's Young Player Of The Year in 2016.
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