Who is Sydney Leroux? What is net worth of Sydney Leroux? Sydney Rae Leroux Dwyer is an eminent and reputed soccer player for the United States and the Western New York Flash. She was a valuable part of the American’s winning squad at London Olympics 2012. Her contribution to the Canadian women’s football team led her team to victory in the FIFA World Cup 2015.
Sydney Leroux Biography and Family
Sydney was born on May 07,1990 in Surrey, British Columbia to an American father and Canadian mother. Her father, Ray Chadwick was a professional basketball player and played for California Angels in 1986. Sydney’s mother, Sandi Leroux was also from a sports background and played 3rd base for Canadian National Softball team. Her mother and father broke up when her mother was three months pregnant with Sydney. After this, Sydney was solely raised by her mother. Sydney has four siblings-Shayla, Novara, Tory and Tye. From her early childhood she was captivated by the game of soccer. She started playing soccer at a tender age of 4. She then put forth all her efforts to initiate and rise in her football career.
After pursuing the career that she had always dreamt of, she fell in love with a Britain based soccer player, Don Dwyer. The two got married in 2015. The following year they became parents of a baby boy. Their son is christened Cassius Cruz Dwyer.
Education: At a ripe age of 4 years, in 1994 Leroux started playing in the Whalley Little League and continued till 2004. When she was 15 she joined Vancouver Whitecaps of W-league. She was entitled as the youngest player to play for Vancouver Whitecaps’ squad. Right from her childhood she was yearning to play for the United States National Soccer team. She moved to Scottsdale, Arizona and enrolled in Horizon High School for gratifying her reverie. As a vigorous member of the Sereno Soccer Club, she led it to state titles in 2007 and 2008 respectively.
From 2008 to 2011 she played for UCLA and during her second year in the squad she contributed significantly in leading her team to the semi finals for the Hermann Trophy. She ended her naive career with rank 4 in UCLA’s record book for points, goals and game-winning goals. She returned to the Whitecaps in 2011 and ranked 2nd in the league for goals. Sydney helped the squad progress to the W-League Championship final four with her goal, following which she was named 2011 W-League Rookie of the year. In 2012 Sydney joined the Seattle Sounders Women in the W-league. The very next year she was allotted to the Boston Breakers for the National Women’s Soccer League.
She scored the league’s first ever hat trick against the Chicago Red Stars after which she was named the NWSL Player of the Week. Laura Harvey, Head coach of FC Ebullient Reign was so spellbound by her game, he remarked that she is one of the world’s best forwards. In the initial stages of her career she played for Canada and later proposed to play for the United States Senior National team. FC Kansas picked her via trade from Western New York Flash in January 2016. Few weeks later she took maternity leave from the Club and had to miss NWSL season and could not get a spot in 2016 Olympics.
Sydney Leroux Net Worth
Sydney is known to possess a net worth of $3.4 million US dollars as of 2017, which has been computed by various credulous sources like Forbes and The Richest. Her salary is $130,000 and her yearly income through prize money and sponsorship is approximately $130,000. Sydney’s annual, monthly and weekly incomes are reported to be $75,000, $62,500 and $15,600 respectively. She is regarded one of the highest paid women in the field of professional soccer.
Sydney Leroux Business Model
Besides her sports career Sydney also maintains side business. She does endorsements for reputed International brands such as Nike, Nestle and Bodyarmour. She makes substantial amount of money through her endorsements. Leroux also featured in the Body Issue of ESPN magazine.
Sydney is an Olympic gold medallist and clinched the medal in 2012 Olympics. She was honored with the prestigious Golden Ball and Golden shoe in World Cup 2008. In 2015 Canada women’s soccer team won the FIFA World Cup that was a result of Sydney’s perseverance and determination along with all other members of the squad. She has earned more than 50 caps for United States senior National team.
Currently Leroux is signed by United Nations Women’s National Soccer Team and FC Kansas city as a forward. She resides in Kansas city with her husband Dom Dwyer in a newly constructed lavish house that created lot of buzz in the social media when it was inaugurated.
Leroux has reached the zenith of professional career in a short span of time. She has conquered almost everything that a soccer star would dream of at a young age of 26. She has net worth of $3 million. She is an inspiration to all the young girls who aspire to become soccer stars.