Jill Scott’s Rise to Soccer Aid Captain After Euro 2022 Win

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Jill Scott is an English professional footballer who has had an incredible rise to fame over the past few years. She is best known for her role as a midfielder for the England national team, where she has been a key player in their success at the Euro 2022 tournament. She has also been a regular in the Women’s Super League, playing for Manchester City and Everton.

Scott’s career began in her hometown of Sunderland, where she played for the local club, Sunderland Ladies. She quickly made a name for herself, and was soon signed by Everton in 2011. She went on to become a regular starter for the Toffees, and was part of the team that won the FA Women’s Cup in 2014.

In 2015, Scott was called up to the England national team for the first time. She made her debut in a friendly against Canada, and went on to become a regular starter for the Lionesses. She was part of the team that won the SheBelieves Cup in 2016, and was also part of the squad that won the Euro 2022 tournament.

Scott’s success with the national team saw her become a household name in England, and she was soon signed by Manchester City in 2018. She has since become a key player for the Citizens, and was part of the team that won the FA Women’s Super League in 2020.

Scott’s success on the pitch has seen her become a popular figure off it as well. She has become a regular on the TV show Soccer Aid, and was recently announced as the first female captain in the show’s history. She has also become a regular on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, where she has been a popular contestant.

Jill Scott’s rise to fame has been nothing short of remarkable. From her humble beginnings in Sunderland to becoming a key player for the England national team and a regular on TV shows, she has become one of the most recognisable faces in English football. Her success on the pitch and off it has seen her become an inspiration to many, and she is sure to continue to be a role model for many years to come.