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Sydney Leroux Biography

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Sydney Leroux

Facts of Sydney Leroux

Name Sydney Leroux
Birth Name Sydney Rae Leroux Dwyer
Nick Name Syd the kid
Father Ray Chadwick
Mother Sandi Leroux
Nationality Canadian/American
Birth Place/City Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Religion Christan
Ethnicity Mixed American
Profession Football Player
Working For Orlando Pride
Net Worth $3 million
Salary $92,500
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Face Color Black
Body Measurements 36-25-37
Waist size 25
Hip Size 37
Chest Size 36
Weight in KG 58 kg
Tattoo(s) Yes (15 or so)
Famous for Football
Special Title Rookie of The Year
Married Yes
Married to Dom Dwyer
Children 1
Education Horizon High School
Online Presence Instagram, Twitter

Quick Timeline of Sydney Leroux

1990 Born in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
2004 Played for Whalley Little League
2003 Won National Championship U-14
2005 Bronze medal in U-16 tournament
2005 Won Canada Games
2007 Winning title in 2007
2011 Return to Vancouver Whitecaps
2012 Picked by Atlanta Beat
2012 Joined U.S. National Team
2013 Allocated to Boston Breakers
2014 Traded to Seattle Reign
2015 Joined Western New York Flash Team
2016 Traded to Kansas City
2018 Traded to Orlando Pride

Detail Timeline of Sydney Leroux

May 7 , 1990

Born in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Sydney was born Sydney Rae Leroux on May 7, 1990, in Surrey in British Columbia, in Canada. Her father, Ray Chadwick, was an American while her mother, Sandi Leroux was a Canadian.

2004

Played for Whalley Little League

As a small kid, she was inducted into a baseball league, Whalley Little League, and she played baseball until 2004.

 

 

2003

Won National Championship U-14

She was a student at the Johnston Heights Secondary School, where she and her team won the National Championship U-14 in 2003.

2005

Bronze medal in U-16 tournament

In 2005 she was one of the major players when her team Johnston Heights Secondary School, came out third in National Championship U-16 tournament.

2005

Won Canada Games

Her team British Columbia Soccer Team won the Canada Games in 2005, which was a huge success for her career.

2007

Winning title in 2007

Sydney was playing for the Sereno Soccer Club when they won the titles in 2007. She was considered a big help at that time.

2011

Return to Vancouver Whitecaps

After her college, she returned to the Vancouver Whitecaps and helped them advance in their 2011 season. She was named Rookie of the Year in the same season.

2012

Picked by Atlanta Beat

In 2012 WPS Draft, she was picked as the first pick for Atlanta Beat, The top American female football team.

2012

Joined U.S. National Team

Sydney Leroux joined the U.S. National Team in the year 2012 and started preparing for 2012 Summer Olympics.

2013

Allocated to Boston Breakers

In 2013, she was allocated to another team Boston Breakers to play for the National Women's Soccer League.

2014

Traded to Seattle Reign

In 2014, Sydney Leroux was traded off to Seattle Reign to play for the National Women's Soccer League.

2015

Joined Western New York Flash Team

In 2015 she became a member of the Western New York Flash team, but disnt play much for the team as she injured her ankle.

2016

Traded to Kansas City

In 2016 she was traded off to Kansas City but didn't play for them until 2017, due to her pregnancy.

February 2 , 2018

Traded to Orlando Pride

As of February 2, 2018, Sydney Leroux is a player of Orlando Pride. During her 13 appearances for the team, she has scored 6 goals in total. 

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Sydney Leroux Dwyer is a professional football player who currently plays as a forward for Orlando Pride alongside Alex Morgan in the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL). She earns a great deal of salary from her career as a player and has added a lot to her net worth through it. 

Sydney Leroux was born on May 7, 1990, as Sydney Rae Leroux Dwyer in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. Leroux's birth sign is Taurus. Her father, Ray Chadwick, was an American while her mother, Sandi Leroux was a Canadian. Her mother played for the Canadian national softball team, while her father was a professional baseball player who played briefly for California Angels in 1986

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She also played baseball for Whalley Little League from 1994-2004. Her parents got separated when her mother was three months pregnant with her.

During the sophomore year of her high school, she attended the Johnston Heights Secondary School in Surrey where she was the leading scorer for her team. Leroux played three seasons of club soccer with Coquitlam City Wild and helped the team win finishing third at the under-14 national tournament in 2003.

She received a bronze medal for helping her team finish third at the under-16 national tournament in 2005. She has also won a championship at the Canada Games in 2005 while playing for British Columbia.

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Since an early age, Sydney wanted to play for the United States women's national soccer team. She moved to Scottsdale, Arizona at 15 years of age to pursue her goal. There, she attended the Horizon High School.

She played for the United States women's national soccer team starting in 2008 and later began playing for the U.S senior national team in the year 2012.

Sydney has earned more than 75 caps with the senior national team and was part of the American winning team at the 2012 London 2012 Olympics game and also in the 2015 Women's World Cup.

During her college years, she played collegiate soccer in the NCAA Division I for the UCLA Bruins women's soccer and at the semi-professional level for the Vancouver Whitecaps. Her debut for the Whitecaps came at the age of fifteen after being the youngest player ever to play for the team.

Sydney was the number one pick up for the Atlanta Beat during the 2012 WPS Draft on January 13, 2012, where she played alongside her national team keeper, Hope Solo.

After the league's suspension in early 2012, she played for the Seattle Sounders women during the summer of the same year.

In 2013, Sydney made her professional debut for the Boston Breakers in the NSWL during the league's inaugural season. She was later traded to fellow national teammate Megan Rapinoe's team Seattle Reign FC in 2014, Western New York Flash for the 2015 season and FC Kansas City prior to the 2016 season.

Sydney holds dual citizenship for both Canada and the United States and is therefore of Canadian/American nationality and is of mixed ethnicity. Her nickname is "Syd, the kid." She has a dog, a chihuahua named, "Boss Leroux" who has thousands of followers on Twitter and is often featured in the media alongside Sydney. 

She is also famous for her relationship with English-born MLS player Dom Dwyer since 2014. It was not until February 14, 2015, on Valentines, the couple announced that they had privately married in January 2015.

It was then on January 25, 2016, that Sydney announced on social media that they were expecting their first baby in September. On March 13, 2016, Sydney and Dom announced on social media that they were having a son, and Cassius Cruz Dwyer was born on September 10, 2016.

Sydney  Leroux's net worth is around $3 million and earns $92,500 as her salary. She earns money from endorsements from companies like Nike, Nestle, and Beats by Dre. She has also appeared on magazine covers such as The Body Issue of ESPN. She was amongst the first women to be included in the FIFA 16, video games. She has personally met former President Barrack Obama after her team won the 2015 Women's World Cup.

She has a height of 5 ft 7 inches or 170 cm and weighs around 146 lbs (66 kg). She has a total of 15 or so tattoos in her entire body. Her body measurements are 37-26-36 inches. Her bra size is 34C.