Former English professional football player Jill Louise Scott MBE was a midfielder. Scott was one of England’s four standout players, according to the FIFA technical report on the 2011 Women’s World Cup.
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Jill Scott was born on February 2, 1987, in Sunderland, England. She is 35 years old as of 2022. Scott attended Monkwearmouth Comprehensive School while growing up in Sunderland, Tyne & Wear.
Scott, a long-distance runner who also played football for Boldon Girls, ran for Sunderland Harriers and won the Junior Great North Run and the North of England Under-13 cross-country titles. When she had to choose between playing football and running at age 13, she decided to focus on the sport.
Scott graduated from high school in 2003 and attended Gateshead College to earn a BTEC National Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science. She stayed on campus to complete her foundation studies for a sports and exercise development degree from the University of Sunderland. Alongside Sunderland colleague and international player Carly Telford, she also participated in college football. Scott and Telford enrolled in Loughborough following the completion of their diplomas.
Scott competed at the junior level for England’s Under-19s team, scoring three goals in three games as England advanced past the first round of qualifying for the 2006 UEFA Under-19s tournament. She had been captaining the England Under-19 team for the previous 18 months when she received her first call-up to the senior team in May 2006.
In an impressive 4-0 victory over the Netherlands in August 2006, she made her senior team England debut, replacing Kelly Smith as a late replacement. She was included in the World Cup roster for 2007 and entered the game against Japan for England as a substitute.
Jill Scott has a net worth of $14 million as of 2022. In 2018 she had a net worth of $12 million.
Jill Scott is openly a part of LGBTQ. She declared her engagement to longtime companion Shelly Unitt in March 2020.