Karen Carney is a prominent English sports journalist and former professional footballer. Carney played as a winger and midfielder. As of 2019 it is a regular broadcaster for live football on Sky Sports and Amazon Prime, including Women’s Super League and Men’s Premier League matches.
In addition, Carney is also a sports columnist for BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Sport and BBC Television. She started her career at Birmingham City and was twice named FA Young Player of the Year in 2005 and 2006. In 2015 she was inducted into the Birmingham City Hall of Fame and in 2021 she was inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame.
Karen Carney Age
Karen Carney was born in Solihull, United Kingdom on August 1, 1987. She is 35 years old.
Karen Carney Height
Carney is a woman of average height, standing at 5 feet 4 inches (about 1.63 m).
Karen Carney Education
He attended and graduated with a high school diploma from St. Ambrose Barlow and St. John’s Secondary School. Peter’s RC, Solihull. Karen later graduated from Loughborough University in Sports and Exercise Science majoring in Physiology and Sports Psychology with a Bachelor of Science degree.
In 2013 he graduated with a Master of Science in Sports Psychology specializing in Performance Psychology from the University of Gloucestershire.
Karen Carney Family
Karen was born and raised by her caring parents in Hall Green, Birmingham. His mother works at Sainsbury’s and her father is a firefighter. Carney said in June 2019, “We’re keeping it real. We know who we are. I don’t need a Bentley. I don’t need a Rolex.” He has English citizenship.
Wife Karen Carney
She is a beautiful woman who enjoys her life and career, but keeps her love life private. So as soon as Karen shares the details we will update you in this section.
Karen Carney Net Worth
Carney has an estimated net worth of $10 million.
Career Karen Carney
She is a regular broadcaster for live football on Sky Sports and Amazon Prime, including Women’s Super League and Men’s Premier League matches from 2019. Karen also serves as a sports columnist for BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Sport and BBC Television .
Carney joined Birmingham City Ladies aged 11 and played at various age levels for the club alongside Eniola Aluko and Laura Bassett.
She made her first team debut for Birmingham City in the FA Women’s Premier League National Division against Fulham Ladies at the age of 14. Carney received the FA Young Player of the Year awards in 2005 and 2006.
After two seasons with the Chicago Red Stars in the US Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS), she returned to Birmingham City from 2011–15.
She finished her career with Chelsea, where she was named Player of the Year in 2016 and captained the club to the FA Women’s Cup title in 2017-18. He retired in July 2019.
Dion Dublin Bio, Age, Height, Spouse, Salary, Net Worth, BBC Sport
Graeme Souness Bio, Age, Height, Spouse, Salary, Net Worth, Sky Sports