Lauren May Hemp is an English footballer born on 7th August 2000. She grew up in North Walsham in England and started playing football at a young age with her sister. Hemp is playing as a forward for FA WSL club Manchester City. Previously, she plays for Norwich City and Bristol City. She has done her schooling at the Millfield Primary School and North Walsham High School. Then, Hemp started playing for a local club which is North Walsham Youth FC. Moreover, in 2008, she joined Norwich City with her sister Amy and played her final game for Norwich in 2015.
Hemp joined the under-15 team for England in February 2015. She has also played for under-17 and under-20 for England. Further, in September 2017, she was named England Young Player of the Year. On 8th October 2019, Hemp made her senior debut for England as a substitute for Beth Mead in a friendly match against Portugal.
|Full Name:||Lauren May Hemp|
|Date of Birth:||7th August 2000|
|Height:||1.63m (5 ft 4 in)|
|Birth Place:||North Walsham, England|
|Current Club:||Manchester City|
|weekly Salary:||Not available|
|Net worth:||$ 1-5 million|
Hemp is currently single and not dating anyone. The information about her past relationship is unavailable, and she has no children.
Salary and net worth
Lauren Hemp is a famous and skillful young footballer. The net worth of Hemp is significantly growing in 2019-2020. The monthly income of Hemp comes from her profession. However, her average income is yet to be verified by sources. She spends most of her earnings on maintaining her lifestyle, and some of them also go for charity. The net worth of Hemp is different, according to the verified sources. As per Forbes, Wikipedia, IMDb, and other online resources, her estimated net worth was $1-5 million in 2020.
Hemp attended her school in North Walsham, where she was brought up with her sister. At a very young age, she started her journey by playing for North Walsham Youth FC. Further, in 2008, she joined Norwich City with her sister Amy. However, the information of her parents and other family members is unavailable.
Lauren Hemp’s current age is 20 years old. She stands at the height of 1.63 m or 5 feet and 4 inches tall. Furthermore, her weight and other body measurements will update soon.
Careers (clubs and international)
Hemp is one of the most popular Association Football Player. Also, she is associated with different clubs and also played in the national team.
She started playing for a local club, i.e., North Walsham Youth FC, and in 2008 she began her youth career from Norwich City. Though in 2015, Hemp played her final game but continued her association with the 2015/16 season club.
After leaving Norwich City in 2016, she joined Bristol City. Hemp made her senior debut for the Vixens on 10th September 2016, where she scored the third goal for the team in a 4-1 win against Watford. Further, she scored two goals at her first appearance in FA Women’s Cup with a 5-0 win against Millwall Lionesses on 19th March 2017.
Hemp made four appearances altogether and scored one goal in the 2017 Spring Series. In April 2018, she claimed an award as PFA Women’s Young Player of the Year. And in the 2017-18 season, she made 24 appearances and secured nine goals. Moreover, Hemp signed a contract with Manchester City on 31st May 2018.
Hemp got her first call-up in February 2015 for the under-15 squad. She became captain for the team of England in the UEFA Women’s Under-17 Championship in May 2017 for a 5-0 win against the Republic of Ireland. Moreover, in September 2017, she was titled Vauxhall England Young Player of the Year. At the same time, she helped England secure third position at the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in August 2018.
In addition, she made her senior debut for England on 8th October 2019 as a substitute for Beth Mead in the 86th minute, where England won the friendly match with a 1-0 goal against Portugal.
Honors and trophies
- FA Women’s Cup: 2019-20
- For InternationalThird place in FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup: 2018
- UEFA Women’s Under-17 Championship Team of the Tournament: 2017
- PFA Women’s Young Player of the Year: 2017-18
- Vauxhall England Young Player of the Year: 2017
Lauren Hemp has an active presence on social media handles such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts. Furthermore, the Manchester rising talent has 34.2k follows on Instagram, 10k follows on Twitter with 937 Facebook friends.
Instagram link: https://www.instagram.com/lauren_hemp/?hl=en\
Twitter link: https://twitter.com/laurenhemp?lang=en
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/lauren.hemp.7