Ellie Carpenter Age, Salary, Net worth, Current Teams, Career, Height, and much more

Ellie Carpenter Age, Salary, Net worth, Current Teams, Career, Height, and much more

Ellie Carpenter is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a defender for the Olympique Lyonnais of the French club and the national team of Australia. She is often regarded as one of the best defenders in the world. She has been playing football since childhood and has an incredible game vision.

Ellie Carpenter 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 Ellie Carpenter’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 Ellie Carpenter?

Ellie Madison Carpenter, born April 28, 2000, is an Australian soccer player who plays as the defender of the Olympique Lyonnais of the French club and the national team of Australia.

Ellie Carpenter Facts, Biography, WIKI

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Full NameEllie Madison Carpenter
Date of Birth & Age28 April 2000 (age 23)
Birth PlaceCowra, New South Wales
Marital StatusIn Relationship
Hometown & CountryAustralia
Height1.64 m (5 ft 5 in)

Ellie Carpenter Age and Birthday Info 2023

How old is Ellie Carpenter? In this section, we will talk about her age and birthday-related info. Ellie Carpenter’s age is 23, and her birthday is 28 April 2000. When is her next birthday?

Birthday28 April
Name of the DayFriday
Next Birthday28 April 2024
Place of BirthCowra, New South Wales
Country of BirthAustralia

Ellie Carpenter’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 colors.

HeightIn Centimeters: 164cm
In Meters: 1.64
In Feet Inches: 5 ft 5 in
WeightIn KG: Not known
In Pound: Not known
FootNot known footed
Eye ColorYet to update
Hair ColorYet to update

Ellie Carpenter Early Life

Born and raised in Cowra, New South Wales, located approximately 400 km west of Sydney, Carpenter lived on a farm with her parents, both physical education teachers. Growing up, Carpenter regularly travelled to play football in Young, Canberra, and Sydney.

At age 12, her family moved to Sydney so she could attend Westfields Sports High School. She attended both Cowra and Mulyan Public Schools. At age 17, she dropped out of school to pursue her athletic career full-time.

Ellie Carpenter Current Teams

She is playing with Olympique Lyonnais.

Who is Ellie Carpenter’s Boyfriend, and What is her Marital Status?

Do you want to know whether Ellie Carpenter is married or unmarried? In this section, we will discuss her personal life and life story as you are curious about her boyfriend. We added the information below.

Marital StatusIn Relationship

What is her Playing Position?

She plays as a defender in her team.

What is Ellie Carpenter’s Salary in 2023?

Ellie Carpenter’s Salary is $1 million.

What is Ellie Carpenter’s Net Worth in 2023?

Ellie Carpenter’s Net Worth is $5 million

Transfer Market Value

We discuss about Ellie Carpenter’s transfermarket history: current and highest transfer values.

Current Market ValueYet to update
Highest Market ValueYet to update

Ellie Carpenter Educational Qualifications

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SchoolYet to update
CollegeYet to update
UniversityYet to update

Ellie Carpenter Football Career

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

Ellie Carpenter Club Career

2015–2016: Western Sydney Wanderers FC

In September 2015, Carpenter joined the Western Sydney Wanderers. During the 2015–16 W-League season, she played in twelve games and started all of them as a defender. During the regular season, the Wanderers had a record of 3–6–3, which put them in seventh place.

In November 2015, she was asked to train with the Matildas because she did well in her first season. Even though she was only 15, she was a capable right-back defender who often helped with offence by overlapping and passing crosses to her teammates.

Canberra United FC in 2017–2018

Carpenter joined Canberra United for the 2017–18 W-League season in August 2017. Carpenter played defence and started 10 of the 11 games she played. She also scored 2 goals. She got her first goal on January 7, 2018, when the team beat Adelaide United 6–1.

On January 28, the Wanderers lost 5–1 to Newcastle Jets because of her next goal. During the regular season, Canberra had a record of 5–6–1, which put them in fifth place. At the end of the season, she was named the Young Footballer of the Year by the league.

Carpenter got a goal in the first game of the 2018–19 season, a 2-0 win over Melbourne City. On December 7, 2018, she got her second season goal in a 2–2 tie with her old team, Western Sydney Wanderers. The goal was questioned because the Wanderers’ goalie was hurt and on the ground. With a score of 3–4–4, Canberra came in eighth place. Carpenter won the Young Footballer of the Year award for the second year.

In September 2019, Carpenter said she would move to Canberra to play for another W-League team after the 2019 NWSL season with the Portland Thorns. She said, “I’m leaving to find a new task and try new things. I’ll always remember my time in green.”

The Portland Thorns in 2018–2020

Carpenter debuted for the Portland Thorns FC on May 9, 2018, and became the youngest player in NWSL history. Ten days later, she became the youngest scorer in league history after netting the game-winning goal against the Washington Spirit 22 days after her 18th birthday.

Carpenter was a starting defender in 16 of the 19 games she played during the 2018 season and scored one goal. Portland finished second place during the regular season and advanced to the NWSL Playoffs. After defeating Reign FC 2–1 during the semifinals, Portland was defeated 3–0 by the North Carolina Courage in the Final.

During the 2019 NWSL season, Carpenter started 16 of the 19 games she played in. Portland finished in third place during the regular season and advanced to the Playoffs, defeating Chicago Red Stars 1–0 in the semifinals.

2019–2020: Melbourne City FC (loan)

In October 2019, Carpenter joined Melbourne City on a one-season loan. She was a starting defender in all 14 matches and scored two goals. On 20 February 2020, Carpenter scored a brace against her former team, Western Sydney Wanderers, lifting Melbourne to a 4–0 win and the league premiership.

After advancing to the Final Stages, Carpenter helped Melbourne City win the Grand Final shutting out Sydney FC 1–0. Carpenter was named Young Footballer of the Year award for the third consecutive time in July 2020.

2020–present: Olympique Lyonnais

In June 2020, the Thorns announced the transfer of Carpenter to Olympique Lyonnais. On 3 July, she signed a contract that extends to 2023. On 14 August 2020, she made her first appearance for the French club in a 4-0 friendly victory over PSV Eindhoven and assisted Nikita Parris.

Carpenter was an unused sub in the Champions League final win against Wolfsburg. She won her second Champions League in 2022, with her club beat Barcelona 3–1, though she was forced to be substituted in just over 20 minutes due to an injury.

On 28 June 2022, Olympique Lyonnais extended their contract with Carpenter until 30 June 2026.

Ellie Carpenter International career

Carpenter has represented Australia on the senior national team (commonly called the Matildas) and the under-17 and under-20 national teams. At 14, Carpenter was first called up to the under-17 team for the 2015 AFC U-16 Women’s Championship qualification in September 2014. She debuted for the under-17 team in a win over Vietnam, playing a full match in the first qualification game.

At 15, Carpenter earned her first cap for the senior national team in a 9–0 win against Vietnam on 2 March 2016 during the Olympic Qualifiers. Her appearance marked the first Australian international (women’s or men’s) born since 2000. Of the game, she stated, “It was an amazing experience. In some ways keeping my concentration was quite difficult, but I felt like I kept my composure and did well.”

In July 2016, Carpenter was named to the Matildas squad for the 2016 Rio Olympics. At age 16, Carpenter was the youngest Australian competitor at the 2016 Rio Olympics and the youngest-ever woman footballer to compete at the Olympics. After finishing third in their Group and finishing first in the group of third-place teams, the Matildas were defeated by Brazil during an intense penalty kick shootout in the quarterfinals.

In 2017, Carpenter competed with the Matildas at the Tournament of Nations in the United States. The Australians won the tournament after a 6–1 win over Brazil. During the 28th minute of a match against the United States, Carpenter was hit directly in the face by a ball cleared by American defender Crystal Dunn.

Carpenter dropped to the ground and was later taken off the field by medical staff. Playing with gauze up her bleeding nose, she returned to the field to help the Matildas secure a 1–1 draw against the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup champions.

In February 2019, Carpenter was named to the Matildas squad for the inaugural FFA Cup of Nations. Carpenter helped the Matildas win the Cup.

At age 19, Carpenter made her World Cup debut at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France during the team’s first Group Stage match: a 2–1 loss to Italy. The team turned it around during their second Group Stage match: a 3–2 win over Brazil, becoming only the second team in tournament history to win after a two-goal deficit. After finishing second in their group after a 4–1 over Jamaica, the Matildas advanced to the Round of 16, where they faced Norway and lost in penalty kicks.

Carpenter was a member of Matilda’s Tokyo 2020 Olympics squad. The Matildas qualified for the quarter-finals and beat Great Britain before being eliminated in the semi-final with Sweden. In the playoff for the Bronze medal, they were beaten by the USA.

On 3 July 2023, Carpenter was selected in the Matildas squad for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Ellie Carpenter Individual Awards

  • IFFHS AFC Woman Team of the Decade 2011–2020
  • W-League Young Footballer of the Year: 2017–18, 2018–19, 2019–20
  • PFA Women’s Footballer of the Year

Interesting Facts about Ellie Carpenter

Yet to update.

Ellie Carpenter Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube

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What is the Net Worth of Ellie Carpenter?

She has a total wealth of $5 million.

What is the Height of Ellie Carpenter?

Her height is 1.64 m.

Is Ellie Carpenter left or right-footed?

She is Right-footed.


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