Tobin Heath

by John Max 13 May,2018
Tobin Heath
Body Stats
Height 5 Feet 6 Inch
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Tobin Powell Heath
  • Birth Place Basking Ridge, New Jersey, U.S
  • Famous Name Tobin Heath
  • Father Jeff Heath
  • Mother Cindy Heath
  • Net Worth Around $ 1 million
  • Salary Around $ 200,000 he is estimated to earn as an annual salary
  • Nationality American
  • Currently Working For Portland Thorns FC
  • Girlfriend No
  • Religion Christian

Tobin Powell Heath famously known as Tobin Heath is an American woman soccer player who plays as a midfielder for the United States Women’s National Soccer Team and National Women’s Soccer League club, Portland Thorns FC. She also played for French professional woman’s club, Paris Saint Germain previously.

Born on May 29, 1988, Heath won two Olympic gold medals and was inducted into the American women soccer team that won the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2015. She holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnic background. 

Net Worth: $1.5 Million

Tobin Heath has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million, as of 2020, mostly earned through her football career. She reportedly has an annual salary of $200,000 from her club.

Tobin Heath is endorsed by Nike SOURCE: Instagram @tobinheath, posted on 8th November 2019

Besides, she might also have several endorsements deals with brands like the sportswear producer Nike, which also contributed to her net worth and earnings.

With a tremendous net worth, she is living a lavish lifestyle. 

Is Tobin Heath Married?

Currently 31, Tobin Heath stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches and weighs around 59 kg. Nothing is confirmed about her personal life, not even her relationship status.

She seems to be very private about her life and due to lack of evidence and information regarding her relationship and marital status, according to our records, she is possibly single and unmarried. Some sites have even suspected her to be a lesbian as she hasn't been linked to any man till now. Hence, there is no one who is supposed to be her spouse. 

Though she isn't married nor has any children, she seems pretty close to her nephews.


Tobin Heath Instagram post with her nephews'
SOURCE: Tobin Heath Instagram

Further, she shares a good relationship with her brother. She is seen spending time with her family more often.


CAPTION: PSG's Tobin Heath and her bother busy with a video game
SOURCE: Instagram

Apart from playing soccer, she is known to the free-spirited woman who enjoys the outdoor life and has a keen interest in playing tennis, basketball, and surfing.

Early Career

Tobin Heath was born to mother, Cindy Heath, and father, Jeff Heath on May 29,1988, in Basking Ridge, New Jersey USA.

She has two elder sisters and a younger brother in her family. Tobin Heath started her playing career with North Carolina Tar Heels in 2006.

Soccer Career

Tobin Heath started her professional career with the American women soccer club, Atlanta Beat in 2010 college draft where he was the first picked in the overall draft. She was traded alongside players such as Eniola Aluko as well as Angie Kerr to Sky Blue FC in  2012.

CAPTION: Tobin Heath SOURCE: Portland Timbers

After playing for several women soccer clubs such as New Jersey Wildcats, Pali Blues, Atlanta Beat etc to name a few, she moved to France and joined with top-tier French  Division 1 Feminine, Paris Saint Germain with six months deal in 2013.

She is currently playing for the American soccer club, Portland Thorns FC signing her contract in 2013. She was also the nominee for NWSL Most Valuable Player which was won Lindsey Horan.

International Career

After playing for the USA youth women team, she represented the USA team at the FIFA-U-20 Women’s World Championship in 2006 in Russia.

Tobin made her senior international debut for the US against Finland on January 18, 2008, and scored her first international goal against China on March 3, 2008.

Tobin Heath was the part of women team that took part in FIFA Women’s World Cup as well as  Rio Olympics 2016 and received gold medals at the 2008 and 2012 with US team,

She played a decisive role in winning the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2015 by scoring a goal in the final against Japan.

Overall, she has appeared in 132 matches and scored 18 goals for the US team since making her debut in 2008. She was also nominated for the 2018 U.S Female Player of the Year which was awarded to her national teammate Alex Morgan.

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