|Date of Birth:||1986, May 17|
|Age:||34 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
|Height:||5 Feet 6 Inch|
|Birth Name||Jodie Lee Taylor|
|Birth Place||Birkenhead, England|
|Famous Name||Jodie Taylor|
|Past Team||Boston Renegades, Ottawa Fury Women, Sydney FC, Washington Spirit, Portland Thorns FC, Arsenal and many more.|
|Position in Team||striker|
|Current team||Reign FC|
|Currently Working For||Melbourne City|
|Married to||Emma Kete|
Jodie Tylor is an English professional soccer player who is associated with Reign FC. As of 2019, she plays for Australian club Melbourne City, joining the team in loan from Reign FC. The famous striker is also a part of women's national team of England and was included in the roster of 2019 Women's FIFA World Cup.
Reportedly, Jodie is openly a lesbian, and currently, she enjoys a romantic relationship with her wife, Emma Kete. Additionally, Jodie enjoys a net worth over $600,000, generated from her professional career.
Jodie Tylor is married to her wife Emma Kete, who is also a soccer player. As of now, the couple seems to be happy with the relationship as they often post a picture of them together in their respective social account.
Her wife plays football for the New Zealand national team.
Additionally, the duo supports each other on whatever they do, and most recently, Jodie's wife took no time to share her happiness when she discovered her other half would be playing for England. She took the help of her Instagram to write: "Same dream, different team. I get to play at a World Cup with my wife."
Also, the couple shares a good bonding and often goes in a vacation to spend some quality time. Love is in the air proverb perfectly fits for their relationship as the couple is enjoying their marital life with no rumors of divorce in recent time. Although the couple has been together since long, they are yet to be a parent, but we might hear the news of their kids soon.
Being an athlete, Jodie has perfectly maintained her body, which suits for playing soccer. Also, she stands in the height of 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) and weighs around 50 kg. Also, she is pretty active in social media, with almost 64 thousand followers on Instagram and 32 thousand followers on Twitter, respectively.
Jodie's net worth and salary is a topic of discussion for everyone; however, the precise information about how much she earns professionally is still behind the rock. As per some sources, her net worth is estimated to be around $600,000 and earns a salary of around $30,000.
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Apart from her salary, she also earns an additional sum of money through different endorsement deals and sponsorship. However, we have no details about the brand she is associated with, but it's obvious that she earns a convincing about of money from the deals which will undoubtedly add up an amount to her net worth in coming days.
Additionally, the sporting celebrity is well known for living a luxurious life and is also known for having a collection of expensive cars and house. However, the details about her assets, including house and car, are still out of reach of media.
Jodie was born on 17 May 1986, in Birkenhead, England. She is an English native and belongs to the white ethnic group. Also, she was born under the star sign Taurus. Apart from the mentioned information, we have no additional details about her early life, bio, family, and childhood.
Jodie started her professional career since her young age, and reportedly, she played her first professional match at the age of 15. She made her professional debut in February 2002, representing the team Tranmere Rovers.
As of 2019, Jodie plays for Australian club Melbourne City, joining the team in loan from Reign FC. Previously, she has played for the teams like Boston Renegades, Ottawa Fury Women, Sydney FC, Washington Spirit, Portland Thorns FC, Arsenal and many more.
Her notable career achievements include 2017 UEFA Women's Championship Golden Boot, 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup third place and many more. Recently, she was included in the national team of England in 2019 Women's Fifa World cup, finishing 4th by loosing in a game against team Sweden captained by Caroline Seger.