Beth Mead is a pro footballer who plays as a forward for the England national team and for Arsenal.
Born in Whitby, England in 1995, the 27 year old took a keen interest in sport as a child before playing football for a local team and working her way up through the ranks, making her debut for England as part of the U15 team in 2010.
She’s played for England in two World Cup tournaments and is currently part of the team for the UEFA Women’s Euros in 2022, where England is due to face Germany at Wembley Stadium in the final.
Read on for more information about Beth Mead, including her net worth and career highlights…
What is Beth Mead’s net worth?
As of 2022, Beth Mead has an estimated net worth of $500,000 or £413,000, according to Taddlr. This is likely earned from a combination of Beth’s salaries from England and Arsenal and match earnings as well as any sponsorship or endorsement deals she’s a part of. She currently works as an ambassador for Nike, which could also act as a decent form of income for the star.
Beth began playing football at an early age, but often found herself playing on the boys’ team due to the lack of options in the sport in her local area for girls. However, she joined a team called California Girls before joining Middlesbrough FC’s Centre of Excellence at the age of ten. She joined Sunderland at the age of 16 before moving to Arsenal in 2017, where she still currently plays. As well as sport, education is important to Beth and she earned a degree in Sports Development from Teeside University while playing for Sunderland.
Her career playing for England goes all the way back to her early teens, when she was part of the national U15 squad. She continued to rise up the age ranks until joining the senior England team in 2018. She’s currently competing in the Women’s Euros and is set to play Germany in the final at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 31st July.
Beth currently lives in London alongside her adorable chocolate spaniel called Rona. Opening up about the difficult move, she said: "But me, the small-town girl moving to London? I was terrified and I really struggled during my first few months here because of it."
She was previously in a relationship with her Arsenal teammate Danielle van de Donk.