|Birth Name||Saadia Ashraf|
|University attended||McGill University|
Saadia Ashraf is an American women's football coach and former player who played as a quarterback. Currently, she works as a coach of both Team Canada and the Montreal Blitz. Additionally, in 2013, she won a silver medal at the IFAF Women Worlds.
To find out more about Saadia's bio, family, relationship, net worth, and salary, read the article till the end.
Saadia, a famous sporting personality is believed to have a massive net worth, collected from her professional career. However, there aren't exact details about how much she earns professionally. Reportedly, the coaches in Canada earn $109,878 as an annual salary on average. So with the reference, we can assume Sadia's salary to be around somewhere around the mentioned salary.
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Apart from the mentioned information, we have no details about her actual net worth and salary. However, being a popular athlete, it is obvious to have a luxurious lifestyle and to maintain such a lifestyle, you need to have a convincing paycheque.
So with all the references and assumptions, we came to the conclusion that Saadia has collected a massive fortune from her professional career and has been living a good standard of life along with her family.
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Well, there aren't any reports about Saadia's probable husband or boyfriend. Additionally, she has maintained a low profiled life and this is the reason that we didn't get a single hint about her relationship status.
Further, we ain't in a situation to claim her relationship status confidently as she is never spotted talking about her personal life in the media. Besides, she might be married and might have a family.
Information regarding Saadia's birthplace, birthdate, parents, and siblings are still no available in the media. However, she is believed to be a Canadian nationality as she is a Canadian woman's Rugby team coach.
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Talking about her education, she attended McGill University earning a degree in physical education. Apart from the mentioned facts, we have no details about Saadia's bio and early life. Well, we will come back to you as soon as further information is revealed in the media.
As of 2019, works as a coach of both Team Canada and the Montreal Blitz. Further, she has also represented as a player of both Team Canada and the Montreal Blitz, playing as a quarterback. She played in Sweden's first ever IFAF Women's Worlds in 2010 and won a silver medal.
In 2012, she won World Championship of the Independent Women's Football League playing for Montreal Blitz. Additionally, in 2013, she won a silver medal at the IFAF Women Worlds. Moreover, she also works as a teacher at Lindsay Place High School.