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Name Lucy Bronze
Gender Female
Ethnic English
Job English Footballer
Desc Lucy Bronze followed up her club success with Lyon, where she won the league, cup and UEFA Women’s Champions League treble, by helping England to the semi-finals of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Her stellar performances saw her recognised with the adidas Silver Ball


Org England Women National Team

2018 12 08 Retrieve

[Lucy Bronze speaks ahead of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Draw] We’re good enough on our day to beat any team in the world. Over the next six or seven months, we need to push ourselves to be the best players we can be, then do it on a big stage

2019 05 11 Retrieve

[Lucy Bronze talks about her FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 memories] Finishing third in the last Women’s World Cup in 2015 was amazing. I scored a cool goal against Norway in the last 16. It was the first time an England women’s team had won a World Cup knockout game – we knew we had changed something forever. I also scored the winner against the hosts, Canada, in the quarter-finals in front of 55,000 fans. A few years before we were playing in front of 100 people, so even though the Canadians were shouting ‘You’re rubbish!’ we loved it

2019 08 09 Retrieve

[Fellow nominee Lucy Bronze award on Ada Hegerberg] The way Ada is, she will change a lot of things in the game whether that’s with Lyon or Norway, or with football or women’s sport in general

2019 08 31 Retrieve

[Lucy Bronze speaks about winning the UEFA Women’s Player of the Year award] She actually asked if she could go and collect the award to meet Ronaldo, but I said I’ve already got it

2019 11 09 Retrieve

[Lucy Bronze speaks ahead of England’s friendly against Germany at Wembley] We’ve come from paying to play. I had to pay for my kit to play on a Sunday and things like that. It definitely makes you appreciate things more and you see things from a different perspective

2020 02 26 Retrieve

[England will have to do without star right-back Lucy Bronze at the SheBelieves Cup] Disappointed not to be fit for camp. But a good opportunity to some new faces - good luck ladies. Haven’t missed a single camp and been present at every single game for the past five years. Gonna have massive FOMO [fear of missing out] next week.

2020 03 24 Retrieve

[England & Lyon star Bronze beats Rapinoe & Miedema to BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year award] I’m definitely surprised - I wasn’t expecting it. It’s pretty special (being voted by the public) and quite amazing. All the girls that have been nominated are global superstars. I look at the list now and think everyone knows who these girls are so that’s pretty special.

Winning the first time was a surprise - and it is now - but to win a trophy twice is really special as it’s so much harder, to stay at the top level is so difficult, it’s not something that’s easy and I don’t take it for granted one bit

[She said of the Covid-19 pandemic] The players have been given some time off and all been told to stay in our homes and that’s what I’m doing the majority of the time. I’m now home in England, I’ve got my dog here and I’ve two girls who live with me in my house so we’re doing things to keep fit. I have been sent a fitness programme from the club. I’ve got some gym equipment, astroturf in the back garden so not completely away from football

[Asked to pick out her highlights of the year] Winning the Champions League for a successive year. I was pleased with my performance and we put on a real good show for women’s football. The World Cup hit me hard (losing in the semi-finals) but it’s motivated me to do more. I’m really proud in my career the fact there was a time I had to pay to train on a pitch twice a week to now the heights of being paid to play in another country, winning the Champions League, playing at Wembley. To see where women’s football is now, I would never have dreamt about it when I was first getting in to football when I was 12 years old. It’s part of the reason I don’t want my career to end with the buzz that’s around women’s football

2020 06 15 Retrieve

[Lucy Bronze says gender should not be a factor in appointment of Phil Neville’s successor] I think now most managers would chop their hand off to be a part of our . Do I think it needs to be a woman? No. Do I think it has to be someone in women’s football? I don’t really think that. In women’s football especially, I don’t think that we see that as a difference, whether it’s a male of a female manager. If they know what they’re doing on the pitch and they can make us a better team, then bring them in and let’s go and win something