Sam Kerr is an Australian football player who plays for Chelsea know all about her in this article as like Sam Kerr Net Worth, Family, Parents, Partner and Biography.Let me tell you that Sam Keer is a Very talented Female football player .She has been a member of the Australian team since 2009 and has represented her country at the 2012 and 2016 Summer Olympics as well as the FIFA Women’s World Cups in 2011, 2015, and 2019.
Sam Kerr Wiki/ Bio
|Birthdate ( Age)||10 September 1993|
|Place of Birth||Fremantle, Australia|
|Marital Status||In Relationship|
|Parents||Roger Kerr, Roxanne Kerr|
|Profession||Australian football player|
|Net Worth||$ 2 Million|
Sam Kerr Family and Parents
Let me tell yo that Sam Kerr’s mother, Roxanne, comes from an athletic family and her father was professional footballers in the West Australian Football League (WAFL).Sam’s father, Roger Kerr, was born in Calcutta to an English father (a featherweight boxer) and an Indian mother who played basketball.
Sam Kerr Partner
Sam Kerr is not Married yet but as per source Sam Kerr announce on Instagram official’ about her relationship with US soccer star Kristie Mewis
Sam Kerr Net Worth
Sam Kerr is an Australian football player who plays for Chelsea in the English FA Women’s Super League who has an estimated Net Worth of $ 2.5 Million in 2022.
In the 2009 W-League season, at the age of 15, Kerr made her professional debut for Perth Glory.
At the 2009 W-League Awards, she received the Players’ Player award and the Strike of the Year title for her long-range goal against Sydney FC in round eight.
As one of the six international players to sign with Perth Glory in August 2014, Kerr returned to the club on a one-year contract.
She debuted in Perth’s second game against Adelaide United, giving Perth the lead early in the second half and helping them to victory.
She scored twice in her team’s 10-1 thumping of Western Sydney Wanderers in the game after that.
She scored 10 goals during the 2016–17 W-League season, helped her side advance to the championship game, and won the Julie Dolan Medal and the Penny Tanner Media MVP Award.
2020 Olympic Games, Tokyo
Australia was placed in a group with the United States, Sweden, and New Zealand for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. In the first game, which they won 2-1 over New Zealand, Kerr scored. Kerr scored a brace but missed a penalty in the second game against Sweden, which the team lost 4-2. She outscored Lisa De Vanna to become the Matildas’ all-time leading scorer in the bronze medal game against the United States, which Australia lost 4-3.