Alex Scott Bio, Wiki
Alex Scott is an American sports broadcaster, pundit, and former professional footballer who spent most of his career with Arsenal in the FA Women’s Super League. She made 140 appearances for the England national team and competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics for Great Britain.
Alex Scott Age
Scott is 38 years old as of 2022, she was born on October 14, 1984, in London, England.
Alex Scott Height/Measurements
Scott stands at the height of 5 feet 9 inches tall.
Alex Scott Education
Scott went to Langdon Park School, which has been designated as a Sports College. Scott and rapper Dizzee Rascal, who was also a former student, both competed for Great Britain in their respective sports in the 2012 London Olympics.
Alex Scott Career
Scott works at BBC where she serves as a sports broadcaster. She began working in the media while still playing football, appearing on shows like Soccer AM, and having minor positions at BBC Sport, BT Sport, and Sky Sports. Additionally, in 2016 she won the ITV show Mission Survive, hosted by Bear Grylls. Moreover, Alex returned to television broadcasting full-time after retiring in 2017, co-presenting on Match of the Day Kickabout. In addition to that, she gained a broader audience as she covered the 2018 FIFA World Cup for the BBC. Making her the first female football commentator at a World Cup. She continued to contribute commentary on the Premier League after the tournament.
And in August 2018, she became the first female analyst on Sky Sports, joining the Super Sunday team. While a the station, she covered the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Scott and Chris Kamara were confirmed as the new co-hosts of Sky Sports’ Goals on Sunday in August 2019. She has been a frequent host of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards since 2020. Aside from that, Alex also appears on The One Show as a guest presenter on a regular basis. She was a participant in the 17th series of Strictly Come Dancing from September 2019 to September 2020. Partnering with professional dancer Neil Jones. In week 11, the pair was eliminated after finishing fifth.
Alex Scott Arsenal
She signed with Arsenal at the age of eight in 1992. Later, after breaking into the first team as a striker or a right-winger. Alex was converted to full-back. She stayed with Arsenal until the 2004–05 season when she moved to Birmingham City. The club finished fourth in the FA Women’s Premier League National Division, with Scott’s help. However, as a result of Birmingham’s financial difficulties, she returned to Arsenal for the 2005–06 season. Additionally, she helped the club to a domestic double in the FA Women’s Premier League and the FA Women’s Cup after joining Arsenal. In the historic ‘Quadruple’ season of Arsenal, in which they won all their trophy competitions. Including the 2006–07 UEFA Women’s Cup, she was also a key figure.
With Scott scoring the only two-legged goal with Umeå IK, Arsenal was the first British side to win the competition. She was in 22 Premier League games, scoring two goals. She made a total of 40 appearances in all competitions and scored four goals. Moreover, in the 2007–08 season, Scott appeared in 21 games and scored once. She made 35 appearances in all competitions and scored three goals. Alex scored once in 13 games in the 2008–09 season. On 25 September 2008, It was announced that her rights to play WPS had been assigned to Red Stars in Chicago.
Alex Scott England
Their head coach was Emma Hayes, former Arsenal assistant when a new women’s soccer league was set up in the United States, Women’s Professional Soccer. On 15 January 2009, her rights were traded with the Boston Breakers. It was announced on 6 February 2009 that she would leave Arsenal to join her new team. Furthermore, she played in 17 games for the Breakers, in the inaugural 2009 Women’s Professional Soccer season. She scored one goal and made one assist. Scott was featured in 21 games in 2010 and registered two assists.
In 2011, she started 14 of her 15 matches. She returned to Arsenal on loan in December 2011, for the duration of a three-match pre-season tour of Japan. Scott returned for a third spell at Arsenal, after the WPS collapsed ahead of the 2012 campaign. She was later joined by Boston teammate Kelly Smith. Additionally, she became the captain of the 2014–15 season. She did not participate in the 2015 Continental Cup final where Arsenal Ladies beat Notts County to the Cup. She helped take Arsenal to the final of the 2016 FA Cup vs Chelsea in the following season. The Gunners won 1-0. She played her last game against Manchester City Women on 12 May 2018 when Arsenal won 2–1.
Alex Scott’s Net Worth
In Scott’s career as a sports broadcaster, she has been able to accumulate a net worth ranging between $100,000 and $2 Million.
How Much Does Alex Scott Earn?
She receives annual earnings that range between $35,000 and $100,000.
Alex Scott’s Parents and Siblings
Scott was born and raised in the United States, she manages to keep information regarding his/her parents and or whether or not he/she has any siblings away from the limelight. An update of his/her family information will be done when available.
Alex Scott Spouse
Scott manages to keep information regarding whether or not she is in marriage private. An update of her marital status will be done when available.
Alex Scott Kids
Scott manages to keep information regarding whether she has children away from the public. However, an update regarding her children will be done once available.
Alex Scott Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
She is vocal on her social media accounts where she posts frequently. On her Twitter account, she has about 431k followers, around 90k followers on her Facebook page, and about 1m followers on her Instagram account.