Sydney Leroux Biography

(Soccer Player)

Sydney Leroux is a professional soccer player. She is married and blessed with two kids.

More about the relationship

Sydney Leroux is married to Dom Dwyer. Dwyer is a British-American professional soccer player. The wedding took place in January 2015 in a private ceremony. They announced the news on Valentine’s Day of 2015. The couple started dating each other in 2014.

On the 25th of January 2016, the couple announced that they are expecting their first child. Later, on the 10th of September, the couple welcomed their first child, Cassius Cruz Dwyer.

Later, on the 28th of November 2018, the couple disclosed that they are inviting their second child. After that, on the 28th of June 2018, they welcome their daughter, Roux James Dwyer. As of now, she is enjoying her motherhood and is focused on her career too.

Relationship Facts of Sydney Leroux

  • Sydney Leroux is married to Dom Dwyer.
  • She is mother of Two (Cassius, Roux).
  • Sydney Leroux is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • Her sexual orientation is straight.

Who is Sydney Leroux?

Sydney Leroux is a professional soccer player. She is renowned for her playing style as a striker.

Currently, she plays for Orlando Pride in the National Women’s Soccer League.

Sydney Leroux- Birth, Age, Parents, Ethnicity, Siblings

Sydney Leroux was born on the 7th of May 1990 in Surrey, British Columbia. Her birth name is Sydney Rae Leroux Dwyer. Also, she holds Canadian plus American nationality and is of British-French ethnicity.

Her father, Ray Chadwick, and mother, Sandi Leroux also comes from an athletics background too. Chadwick is a former baseball pitcher who played for California Angeles. Also, Leroux used to play for the Canadian national softball team.

She has four siblings that including two brothers Tye and Tory and two sisters, Shayla and Novara.

Leroux’s Education & College Career

She graduated from the Johnston Heights Secondary School in Surrey. In school, she used to be a leading soccer player.

After that, in 2008, she joined the University of California at Los Angeles. In 2011, she graduated from the University. During university, she used to play for the college team.

In her freshman year, she played 19 games. In those games, she became the six-highest soccer on her team with 5 goals. Following the year, she became the highest soccer for the team with 23 goals. The year, her team went for the semi-finalist for Hermann Trophy. Also, she was named MVP player of her team.

Moving forward, in her Junior year, she was ranked the fifth in the University’s history with 91 points. Later, she moved to the fourth position with 126 points.

Sydney Leroux- Professional Life, Career

Club Career

– At the age of 15, Sydney Leroux started her professional career with the Vancouver Whitecaps. For the club, she played in the 2005 W-League season making her the youngest player in the league. However, she continued her club career in 2011.

– In 2012, Atlanta Beat selected her in the 2012 WPS Draft. The same year, she joined Seattle Sounders Women in W-League. Also, she made her appearance in the Summer Olympics too.

– In January 2013, she joined Boston Breakers along with her fellow teammate Heather O’Reilly and Heather Mitts. She ended the season with 11 goals.  

– On the 18th of September 2013, she was traded to Seattle Reign FC. In the 2014 season, the team maintained the record of unbeaten in 16 games. She ended the season with 5 goals in 22 games.

– Later, in March 2015, she was traded to Western New York Flash. However, she played three games in the season as she participated in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. 

– Moving forward, on the 13th of January 2016, Flash traded her to FC Kansas City. Later, in 2018, she joined Orlando Pride. Till the date, she is with Pride.

International Career

– At the age of 14, she started her international career in Canada. For the country, she attended the 2004 FIFA U-19 Women’s World Cup. Also, she was the captain of the under the 15 team for the country.

– Moving forward, she participated in the 2008 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup for the United States. Also, she represented the country in the 2010 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup too.

– In 2012, she represented the United States in the 2012 Algarve Cup. The same year, she became the youngest member to earn a gold medal in the 2012 Summer Olympics. 

– In 2015, she participated in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Last, in 2017, she was named to the 2017 Tournament of Nations. 

Sydney Leroux’s Awards, Nomination

  • 2012- Olympic Gold Medal.
  • 2013, 2015- Algarve Cup.
  • 2014- CONCACAF Women’s Championship

Net Worth, Salary

Throughout her career as a footballer, As of 2022, she has managed to make a net worth of $3 million.

Her earnings as a National Women’s Soccer League player are in the range of $16k to $46k. On average her yearly income is in the range of $421k or above yearly. Besides that, she also earns through her brand endorsements including Nike, BODYARMOR, and Nestlé Nesquik. 

Also, her husband, Dom Dwyer has a net worth of $2 million.

Sydney Leroux
Caption: Sydney Leroux on Twitter (Source: Twitter )

Sydney Leroux- Controversy, Rumors

In 2019, she drew the attention of many internet users when she posted her pictures on Twitter. In the pictures, she was engaged in the preseason training hosted by Orlando Pride. At the time, she was 5.5 months pregnant. For that, the training campaign faced a huge backlash.

However, in the post, she was not engaged in detrimental activities.

Body Measurements- Height, Weight

Sydney Leroux has black eyes with black hair. Her height is 5 feet  7 inches and weighs around 66 kg.

Social Media Profiles

Sydney has over 258k followers on Facebook, over 1.1m followers on Instagram, and over 2.1m followers on Twitter.

On Twitter, she is following the personalities like Josh Morgerman, Jessica Robertson, and Justin Meram.


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