Rose Lavelle (born on 14th May 1995) is a professional American Soccer player who is recognized as the midfielder for United States National Soccer Team. She currently plays from Washington Spirits Team. She also played from US National soccer team which won the Worldcup Soccer Team 2019 after defeating the Netherlands. She made her international debut back in 2017. She is really an outstanding woman soccer player. She began her professional career by joining the Boston Breakers before moving to Washington Spirit.
Rose Lavelle Family/Parents
Rose Lavelle was born on 14th May 1995 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Her mother is Janet Lavelle and father is Marty Lavelle. She has two sisters Mary, Nora Lavelle and a brother John Lavelle. Rose’s birth name is Rosemary Kathleen Lavelle.
Rose Lavelle Affairs/Spouse
The marital status of Rose Lavelle is still unknown. She hasn’t dated anybody publicly yet and she is focusing more on her professional career.
- Full Name: Rosemary Kathleen Lavelle.
- Nickname: Rose Lavelle
- Birthday: 14th May 1995
- Age: 24 years old
- Birthplace: Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
- Current Residence: Ohio, US
- Education: Mount Notre Dame High School, University of Wisconsin
- Profession: Soccer Player
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity: White
- Religion: Christianity
- Spouse/Affairs: Coming Soon…
- Sisters: Mary & Nora Lavelle
- Brother: John Lavelle
- Zodiac: Taurus
- Net Worth: $1 Million – $2 Million (approx.)
- Height: 5 feet 4 inches or 163 cm (approx.)
- Weight: 55Kg
Trivia/ Facts that you probably may not about Rose Lavelle
- Rose Lavelle is an American Soccer player who plays from Washington Spirit and also played for US National Soccer Team.
- She made her international debut in her football career back in 2017 in “SheBelives Cup” against the England Team.
- She started playing from College’s team Wisconsin in 2016 and began playing professionally from Boston Breakers and again Washington Spirit a year later.
- She was called to train with the US Women’s National Soccer Team in the year 2015.
- She played her first match from the US team on 4th March 2017 against England.
- She played from Mount Notre Dame High School girls soccer team for 4 years.
- At the end of her high school career, she made 57 goals for which she was awarded as the Women of the year 2015 by Northern Kentucky sports.
- For more information about Rose, contact her on Twitter and Instagram.