One of the most decorated players in women’s football, Alex Scott MBE is one of the cornerstones of both the England and Arsenal teams – being only the seventh player to earn 100 England caps and currently the proud captain of The Gunners.
The tireless and committed right-back has won countless trophies at Arsenal, has played for Birmingham and Boston Breakers in the US, represented Great Britain at the 2012 London Olympics and was named in the FIFA All-Star team after the Women’s World Cup in Germany in 2011.
Born and raised in East London, the vivacious 31-year-old is not only making waves on the pitch but off the pitch too, with a burgeoning TV career.
Alex is fast becoming one of the hottest new names in TV. The iconic Sky Sports football show, Soccer AM, recently made Alex the face of their new online multi-platform channel, presenting a weekly show. Alex is also starring in one of ITV’s flagship shows, Mission To Survive, as one seven celebrities facing Bear Gryll’s endurance contest. And Alex co-presents a live sports show with Jimmy Bullard and Jason Cundy on London Live, as well as regular appearances for FATV.
Charismatic, competitive, warm and likeable; Alex is set to lead the way for a new generation of inspirational female sporting personalities.