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Lucy Bronze News & Bio


Name:Lucy Bronze
Hometown:Berwick-upon-Tweed, EN
Born:October 28, 1991 (27)
Notes:2009 NCAA Women's Soccer Champion; 2015, 2019 Women's World Cup (England)

Lucy Bronze named UEFA Women's Player of the Year
Lyon and England right-back Lucy Bronze has won the 2018/19 UEFA Women's Player of the Year award. The UEFA Women's Player of the Year recognizes...

Lucy Bronze's Return To The Hill
Lucy Bronze hardly recognized her surroundings as she visited the new UNC Soccer & Lacrosse Stadium on Wednesday. In the nearly 10 years she's been...

UNC Women's Soccer to host French powerhouse Olympique Lyonnais
UNC women's soccer will host French powerhouse Olympique Lyonnais on August 14 at 4:30 p.m. at UNC Soccer Stadium. Olympique Lyonnais boasts 13 FIFA Women's...

England's finest, Lucy Bronze draws on her French and American influences
She is England’s most influential player at this World Cup, and her coach believes she is the best player in the world but Lucy Bronze...

Lucy Bronze Among 5 Women Who Have Shaped Soccer in England
Lucy Bronze: "I’m excited about the World Cup this summer, but I have the utmost respect for the women who came before me. Each generation...

Lucy Bronze Named To 2019 Women's World Cup Team For England
Increase the number to seven for the number of former UNC women's soccer players headed to France in June to play in the 2019 FIFA...

Former UNC Soccer Player Lucy Bronze Named BBC Women's Footballer of the Year
Olympique Lyonnais and England defender Lucy Bronze has been crowned 2018 BBC Women's Footballer of the Year. Bronze, who played at UNC and headed Manchester...

Lucy Bronze Nominated for 2018 BBC Footballer of the Year
Former North Carolina women's soccer standout Lucy Bronze has been nominated for the 2018 BBC Women's Footballer of the Year award. The winner will be...

Lucy Bronze enjoys a Royal welcome
Alnwick’s Lucy Bronze has returned from the Women’s World Cup with a spot of tea and a selfie with The Duke of Cambridge. He met...

England’s Lucy Bronze nominated for Women’s World Cup Golden Ball award
England’s Lucy Bronze has been nominated for the Golden Ball award at the Women’s World Cup. Bronze, who scored the winner against Canada in the...


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