Discover Lotte Wubben-life Moy’s to today from the day of her birth. She was born in London, England (11th January 1999) according to our database. From this year, she is 22 years old and her true name is Charlotte Wubben-Moy. An intriguing fact is that under the horoscope Capricorn signs Lotte Wubben-Moy was born.
Sometimes even the stars work in favor of Lotte Wubben-Moy’s. She likes her profession and keeps doing her best. This is the way most people know Lotte Wubben-Moy as a renowned football player with a stunning fan base. Their assistance has helped her attain certain long-term career objectives.
Relationship Status and Dating
She is single right now. She does not date anybody. We have little information about she’s former relationship and about her prior relationship. She does not have children, according to our information.
Net Worth and Salary
Lotte Wubben-Moy is one of the UK’s leading football players. In addition, it is enormous popularity means that large net worth has been accumulated. However, the actual information as to how much she makes as a salary is still out of the press.
It has an estimated net value exceeding $500,000, according to some sources, though the sum indicated is an estimated. Stay tuned to us till we receive new information for more thorough details.
Lotte Wubben-Moy has not shared her parent’s names till now. The people are still working on updating the information for families, siblings, spouses, and children. We don’t have much Education life information right now.
At 22 years old, Lotte Wubben-Moy is a well-known footballer with a height of 1.78 m (5 feet and 10 inches) and weight is not available till now. The body measurement, hair color will be updated information soon.
Netherlands owner of Kaizen Furniture Makers was born in Bow, London, England to Antony Wubben and English mother Claire Moy. In 2015, Wubben-Moy attended primary Olga and Anglo European School attended secondary school and was declared victor ludorum with Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form for A-levels. Stoke was also attending secondary school. She was playing soccer and netball, track and field.
Ranked on the most well-known footballer’s list, Lotte Wubben-Moy has an active presence on social media like
Twitter (https://twitter.com/lottewubbenmoy?lang=en ),
Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/lottewubbenmoy/?hl=en ),
and Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lotte_Wubben-Moy ).
She has 18.3k followers on Instagram, 7,557k followers on Twitter, and she has no followers on Facebook till now, but it will have updated information very soon.
Wubben-Moy made her senior debut at the age of 16, as a 90th-minute substitute for her WSL win over the Notts Provinces on 26 July 2015, one of two appearances she made during the 2015 WSL FA season as Arsenal doubled both the World Supreme Championship and the FA Cup. The Arsenal Development team was chosen as captain of an FA WSL development Cup and two FA Young Cup wins.
Although Wubben-Moy had an injury reversal in pre-season running into the 2017 FA WSL Spring Series, all eight Spring Series matches were started by Wubben-Moy as the team went undefeated.
North Carolina Tar Heels
Wubben-Moy went to the United States in autumn 2017 and joined ACC team North Carolina Tar Heels to play university soccer. She was in the center of the UNC for three years and a second all ACC Team in 2019. On 8th September 2019, she scored her first college goal by 8-0 victory over UNLV Rebels, the first of 6 goals that she scored in her junior year.
Wubben-Moy revealed, In August 2020, that she forgets her last year in higher education because of the COVID-19 epidemic in the face of seasonal uncertainty.
Return to Arsenal
Wubben-Moy returned to Arsenal after three seasons with UNC and on 11th September 2020, signed a professional contract.
On 11th October 2020, Wubben-Moy scored her first Arsenal goal against Brighton and Hove Albion following a 5-0 Victory.
Wubben- Moy would finish her second goal on March 19th, 2021 in a match finishing 2-0 for Arsenal against Manchester United and will continue to win the match.
During the FIFA 2016 Under-17 Women’s World Cup, Moy was captain of the England Under-17 squad when the squad achieved the quarter-finals. Later, this year she also took England to third place in the 2016 UEFA Female Under-17 Championship.
On 23rd February 2021, in a 6-0 match against England, Wubben-Moy debuted internationally against North Ireland as a second-half replacement for Leah Williamson, a fellow Arsenal player.
Achievements and Honours
The professional soccer player, Lotte Wubben-Moy. She got several achievements and honors from national and international tournaments during her soccer career.
Atlantic Coast Conference Regular Season: 2018 and 2019
ACC Women’s Soccer Tournament: 2017 and 2019
NCAA Division I College CUP Runners-Up: 2018 and 2019\
FA Women’s Soccer League: 2015
FA Cup: 2016