Bethany Jane Mead was born on 9 May 1995. She is a famous professional footballer of British. She plays in the England national team as a forward for the Women’s Super League club Arsenal.
At the age of 6, Mead began playing football. She stated that she had a lot of energy from the start when he was a kid, and due to that, her mother wanted to use some of the power. Then her mother decided to take her to a session held every Saturday morning on a village field in Hinderwell. The session was always conducted by the coach.
She is an innovative and advanced forward player. She has the most assists and is the all-time second-most goal-scorer in the WSL. At UEFA Women’s Euro 2022, she became the Golden Boot winner, Player of the Tournament, and top assist provider, leading England to win a major tournament for the first time. She was also suggested and named BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year and BBC Sports Personality of the Year, and UEFA Player of the Year Award.
Career Points of Beth Mead:
Mead first won the WSL Golden Boot Award and the WSL Player of the Year award in 2015. She also becomes the youngest WSL Golden Boot winner at the early age of 20. She made scored 77 goals in 78 games, and through this, she is regarded as one of the greatest players of Sunderland ever.
Mead also contributed towards the numerous playmaking records in the WSL. She was also very famous as the WSL’s top assist provider for the year 2018–19 and 2021–22. Again she was nominated for the WSL Player of the Season for 2021–22. She also holds the title of 2018–19 WSL with Arsenal.
In 2022, Mead also broke the 61-year-old record of Jimmy Greaves for the most goals scored in a season by an England player in the year 2022. She also contributed to England reaching the semi-final of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup and then provided the second-most assists in the whole tournament.
To support dual-career students, Mead, with its alma mater Teesside University launched Beth Mead Scholarship in February 2022. The scholarship is for students with much potential to reach professional levels within women’s football. Her autobiography named, Lioness: My Journey to Glory, was published in November 2022.
Personal Life of Beth Mead:
Previously, Mead gets attached to a relationship with Arsenal teammate Danielle van de Donk. And through their personal reasons or circumstances, they get separated. And now she has a relationship with Arsenal teammate Vivianne Miedema. She started dating Vivianne Miedema just after England played Miedema’s Netherlands team.