Alex Morgan Age, Salary, Net worth, Current Teams, Career, Height, and much more

Alex Morgan Age, Salary, Net worth, Current Teams, Career, Height, and much more

Alex Morgan is a professional footballer who plays as a striker and captain for San Diego Wave FC of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), the highest division of women’s professional soccer in the United States, and the United States women’s national soccer team. She is often regarded as one of the best strikers in the world. She has been playing football since childhood and has an incredible game vision.

Alex Morgan is known for her creative and offensive style of play, which has led her to be regarded as one of the best players in the world.

Here, we take a closer look at Alex Morgan’s age, salary in 2023, net worth in 2023, Playing Position, height, Current Teams, boyfriend, facts, house, Individual Awards, football career so far, wiki, transfer news, market value, stats, FIFA 22 potential, height, weight, family, pics, affairs, car, and much more.

Who Is Alex Morgan?

Alexandra Morgan Carrasco was born Alexandra Patricia Morgan on July 2, 1989. She is an American professional soccer player who plays as a striker and captain for San Diego Wave FC of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), the highest division of women’s professional soccer in the United States, and the United States women’s national soccer team. She was a co-captain of the US women’s national soccer team from 2018 to 2020, along with Carli Lloyd and Megan Rapinoe.

Alex Morgan Facts, Biography, WIKI

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Full NameAlexandra Morgan Carrasco
Date of Birth & AgeJuly 2, 1989 (age 33)
Birth PlaceSan Dimas, California
Marital StatusMarried
Hometown & CountryU.S
Height5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)

Alex Morgan Age and Birthday Info 2023

How old is Alex Morgan? In this section, we will talk about her age and birthday-related info. Alex Morgan age is 33, and her birthday is July 2, 1989. When is her next birthday?

BirthdayJuly 2
Name of the DaySunday
Next BirthdayJuly 2, 2023
Place of BirthSan Dimas, California
Country of BirthU.S

Alex Morgan’s Height, Weight, and Physical Condition

What is her physical condition? Want to know her Height and Weight in Feet-Inch or Meter-Centimeter? This section discussed her height-weight, foot, eyes, and hair colours.

HeightIn Centimeters: 170 cm
In Meters: 1.70 m
In Feet Inches: 5 ft 7 in
WeightIn KG: Not known
In Pound: Not known
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Alex Morgan Early Life

San Dimas native Pamela Morgan was born to Michael Morgan.   Morgan, Jeni, and Jeri were raised in Diamond Bar.  Her father coached her in AYSO football when she was little.   Cypress Elite was her first club team at 14. She won the Coast Soccer League (CSL) under-16 title and ranked third at under-19 with her club squad. She was a sprinter at school. Morgan played ODP regional and state teams.

She later attributed her football growth to the program: “… programmes like ODP benefited me since I came into the club scene late and needed to play as much as possible, play with the top players, and learn from the best coaches. That shaped me.”Morgan made the US under-20 women’s football team aged 17. She had an ACL injury in a scrimmage against the men’s junior national team and didn’t play again until April 2008. 

Cal Bears (2007–2010)

Morgan played for the Golden Bears at Berkeley from 2007 to 2010. Morgan equalized with two minutes left in the 2007 NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Championship’s second round versus Stanford. Penalties defeated the team. 

Morgan led Cal in scoring and helped the team reach the NCAA Tournament four times, twice reaching the second round. Morgan became the first Golden Bear to be a top three Hermann Award finalist during her junior year. She was a Honda Sports Award finalist. Morgan concluded her Cal career third in points (106) and gals (45).
Political Economy was her major at Berkeley.

Alex Morgan Current Teams

She is playing with San Diego Wave.

Who is Alex Morgan’s Boyfriend, and what is her Marital Status?

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Marital StatusMarried

What is her Playing Position?

She plays as a striker in her team.

What is Alex Morgan’s Salary in 2023?

Alex Morgan’s Salary in 202 is $1 million.

What is Alex Morgan’s Net Worth in 2023?

Alex Morgan’s Net Worth in 2023 is $5 million.

Transfer Market Value

Now we will talk about Alex Morgan’s transfer market history: current and highest transfer values.

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Alex Morgan Educational Qualifications

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Alex Morgan Football Career

Here, we take a closer look at her Football career so far.

Alex Morgan Club Career

WNY Flash (2011)

Western New York Flash selected Morgan first in the 2011 WPS Draft on January 14. She was Cal’s first first-round WPS draught pick (WPS).

Morgan scored her first Flash goal in the team’s home opener, a 3–0 win over the Atlanta Beat on May 1, 2011. She scored four goals in 14 2011 matches.  The club won the regular season and WPS Championship in the same year. 

Sounders Women (2012)

Morgan joined Hope Solo, Sydney Leroux, Megan Rapinoe, and Stephanie Cox on the Seattle Sounders Women in 2012 after the WPS halted operations in early 2012.

Morgan remarked, “I’m delighted to play in a soccer-mad city. MLS has some of the best Sounders fans. Seattle supporters’ reaction to a full-time women’s squad is unimaginable.”

Thorns FC (2013–2015)

Morgan was one of three U.S. national team players allocated to Portland Thorns FC for the NWSL’s first season on January 11, 2013. In the Thorns’ home opener against the Seattle Reign FC at Jeld-Wen Field, she scored her first goal.

She led the club in points and scoring (with Christine Sinclair) with eight goals and five assists in the regular season (21 points).

Coach Cindy Parlow Cone guided the team to a third-place finish.  Portland defeated Western New York Flash 2–0 to win the league’s first championship on August 31, 2013. Morgan assisted on the second goal. Morgan made the NWSL Second XI on August 28.

Orlando Pride (2016)

On October 26, 2015, the Thorns moved Morgan and teammate Kaylyn Kyle to the expansion team Orlando Pride for the Pride’s number one selections in the 2015 NWSL Expansion Draft and 2016 NWSL College Draft and an international roster place for 2016 and 2017. Morgan scored four Pride goals in 15 games.
Tom Sermanni’s team ended tenth with a 6–13–1 record.

Orlando awaits (2021)

Morgan rejoined Orlando Pride for 2021. Morgan made her first Orlando appearance since August 2019 on April 21, 2021, in a 1–0 Challenge Cup win over Washington Spirit. She assisted Sydney Leroux’s game-winner. Orlando went undefeated in May after Morgan scored in each of the first four games. The league had never seen a player score in each of the first four games. May 2021 was her second NWSL Player of the Month award.

Wave FC (2022–present)

San Diego Wave FC signed Morgan on 12/13/2021.
Orlando received Angharad James and a record $275,000 in Allocation Money three days after the trade market opened.

Alex Morgan International career

Morgan joined the US under-20 women’s football team in April 2008 after her 2007 ACL injury. She debuted at the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship in Puebla, Mexico, and scored her first international goal against Cuba.

2011 World Cup

The 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup runner-up U.S. She scored her first FIFA Women’s World Cup goal in the 82nd minute of the semi-final against France on July 13, 2011, securing the USA a 3–1 triumph. She scored the opening goal (69′) and assisted on Abby Wambach’s extra-time header (104′) in the FIFA World Cup final against Japan after coming on at halftime. First World Cup finalist to score and assist. 2011 FIFA World Player of the Year Morgan finished eighth.

London 2012

Morgan started for the U.S. in January’s CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament final.

She assisted Wambach and scored twice in a 4–0 win over Canada. She’s started since. Morgan scored 14 goals in 12 matches from January to May 2012, including three consecutive two-goal games on January 29, February 11, and 29. She scored her first hat trick in a 4–0 Algarve Cup third-place triumph over Sweden on March 7, 2012. June 2012 saw her ESPY nomination for Best Breakthrough Athlete.


Morgan shared the 2013 Algarve Cup scoring honours. She had four assists and three goals, including the equalizer against Sweden which took the U.S. to the final, and the two goals against Germany which won the championship. 2011, her golden boot tournament. On June 2, 2013, Morgan scored two second-half goals as the U.S. defeated Canada 3–0 in a sold-out Toronto encounter.

The 2012 Olympic Games semi-final was the last time USA and Canada met. 2013 FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year Morgan placed fourth. 2013 CONCACAF Female Player of the Year. As part of U.S. Soccer’s Centennial celebration, the Federation announced the All-Time Women’s National Team Best XI, with her being the youngest at 24.

After recovering from injury, Morgan scored five goals in seven USWNT games before reinjuring her ankle during the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship and missing the rest of the tournament.

2015 World Cup

Morgan scored in a February England friendly. Her 2015 USWNT won its tenth Algarve Cup. 3–0 against Switzerland.

Morgan recovered from a knee injury two months before the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Morgan damaged her knee in April’s NWSL match against the Boston Breakers. In the final group match, the U.S. defeated Nigeria 1–0.

She scored her only World Cup goal in the 2–0 last 16 wins over Colombia. Morgan scored USWNT penalties in 2–0 triumphs against Colombia and Germany. The USWNT won its third title after defeating Japan 5–2 in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup final. After replacing Nigeria, Morgan started all seven World Cup finals matches.

Rio 2016

At the first SheBelieves Cup in March 2016, Morgan won the Golden Boot and MVP.

She scored in USWNT triumphs against France and Germany. Morgan scored eight times in nine 2016 games.

Morgan scored and assisted on her 100th USWNT cap in a 5–0 friendly win over Ireland on January 23. Morgan scored the fastest goal in the tournament and USWNT history in 12 seconds at February’s CONCACAF Olympic Qualifiers, then added a second in a 5–0 triumph over Costa Rica.

The USWNT qualified for the 2016 Olympics with her third career hat trick against Trinidad and Tobago. Canada lost 2–0 to the USWNT in the qualifying final. Morgan began. Best XI. Morgan joined the US’s 18-player Rio Olympics roster on July 12, 2016.

She started and scored against New Zealand on August 3. Sweden defeated the US in a quarterfinal penalty shootout. Morgan equalized but missed her shootout penalty. Morgan scored twice in November’s 8–1 win against Romania.


Morgan began 2017 She Believes Cup against England. On May 26, she was selected for two June friendlies against Sweden and Norway, however, she withdrew owing to a hamstring injury. Morgan scored one goal in the 2017 Tournament of Nations against Japan. Seven goals led the team.

2018 US Soccer Female Player of the Year Morgan. Julie Ertz, Tobin Heath, Lindsey Horan, and Megan Rapinoe nominated her. 2018: 18 US goals. She won the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Championship’s golden boot with seven goals and scored her fourth career hat-trick against Japan in the Tournament of Nations.

She scored twice in a 6–0 semifinal win over Jamaica on October 14 to qualify for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Morgan scored one goal in the final on October 17 as her team defeated Canada 2–0 to win her second CONCACAF Women’s Championship.


On April 4, 2019, Morgan scored her 100th international goal against Australia. In the USWNT’s opener against Thailand, Morgan tied Michelle Akers’ 1991 World Cup single-game goals record. Morgan had three assists. World Cup record: 13–0. Morgan’s first world cup goal came on her birthday in a 2–1 win over England to reach the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup final on July 2.

Morgan’s penalty, converted by Megan Rapinoe, won the final 2–0. Morgan earned the tournament’s Silver Boot after tying Megan Rapinoe for most goals. She was nominated for the Victory Tour’s first friendly against Ireland but unused before suffering a season-ending ankle injury.

2020 Tokyo Olympics

Morgan was pregnant for the 2020 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship and SheBelieves Cup. Morgan made her first appearance under new head coach Vlatko Andonovski on November 27, 2020, in a friendly against the Netherlands, 509 days after her 2019 World Cup final participation.

She joined the 2021 SheBelieves Cup in February. Morgan was nominated to the 18-player USWNT roster for the postponed 2020 Tokyo Olympics in June 2021. After beating Australia 4–3, the US won the bronze medal on August 5. Morgan scored in the 6–1 group stage win over New Zealand on July 24 and converted a penalty kick in the quarter-final shootout triumph over the Netherlands on July 30. On September 21, 2021, Morgan scored her sixth US international hat trick against Paraguay in Cincinnati.


USWNT head coach Vlatko Andonovski left Morgan off his 22-player team for two November 2021 friendlies in Australia. To offer younger players valuable minutes before the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, he needed roster spots.

Morgan missed the February 2022 SheBelieves Cup. On June 13, 2022, Morgan was called up for two Colombia CONCACAF W Championship friendly. Morgan’s game-winning penalty kick against Canada helped the team win their third consecutive CONCACAF title and qualify for the 2024 Paris Olympics. [180] She scored twice in the US’s July 4 opener against Haiti and played in the July 7, 5–0 win over Jamaica. [181] She was named competition MVP and to the best XI. Morgan scored three goals, tied for tournament top scorer with Julia Grosso, Jessie Fleming, and Kadija Shaw.

Alex Morgan Individual Awards

  • FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Silver Ball: 2008
  • FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Bronze Boot: 2008
  • FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup All-Star Team: 2008
  • ESPY Award Best Female Athlete: 2019
  • ESPY Award Best Breakthrough Athlete nominee: 2012
  • ESPY Award Best Moment nominee: 2013
  • ESPY Award Best Team: 2015, 2019
  • Women’s Sports Foundation Sportswoman of the Year, Team Sport: 2012
  • U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year: 2012, 2018
  • FIFA World Player of the Year finalist: 2012
  • The Best FIFA Women’s Player: 2019 (finalist)
  • National Women’s Soccer League Second Best XI: 2013, 2017
  • CONCACAF Player of the Year: 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018
  • USWNT All-Time Best XI: 2013
  • SheBelieves Cup Golden boot and Golden ball: 2016
  • FIFA FIFPRO Women’s World 11: 2016, 2017, 2019,2021,2022
  • CONCACAF Women’s Championship Golden Boot: 2018
  • IFFHS Women’s World Team: 2017,2018,2019, 2022
  • IFFHS World’s Woman Team of the Decade 2011–2020
  • IFFHS CONCACAF Woman Team of the Decade 2011–2020
  • FIFA Women’s World Cup Silver Boot: 2019
  • CONCACAF Women’s Championship Golden Ball: 2022
  • CONCACAF Women’s Championship Best XI: 2022
  • NWSL Golden Boot: 2022
  • NWSL Best XI: 2022

Interesting Facts about Alex Morgan

Alex Morgan Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube

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What is the Net Worth of Alex Morgan?

She has a total wealth of $5 million.

What is the Height of Alex Morgan?

Her height is 1.70 m.

Is Alex Morgan left or right-footed?

She is Not known-footed.


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