Canadian-born American professional soccer player Sydney Leroux has an estimated net worth of $3 million. Born in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada in May 1990. She started her career joining the youth academy of Coquitlam City Wild before going on to play for Sereno FC and the UCLA Bruins’s youth system. In 2005 Leroux made her senior debut at the Vancouver Whitecaps, making her the youngest player to ever play for the team. She later left the club yet made a return in 2011 scoring 11 goals in 11 matches. The following year the player signed for the Seattle Sounders Women and appeared in 2 games netting 2 goals. In 2013 she joined the Boston Breakers where she scored 11 times in 19 games prior to her 2014 switch to the Seattle Reign FC. There, Leroux was featured in 22 matches and netted 5 times, and since 2015 she has played for Western New York Flash. Internationally, she represented Canada’s Under-19 team in 2004 but then started standing for the United States at their Under-20 level before being called up to join the senior squad in 2011. With the US, she claimed a Gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics, the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Golden Ball, and the 2008 Golden Shoe. Besides, Leroux appeared in ESPN’s The Body Issue in 2013 as well as in a commercial for Beats by Dre. She is sponsored by Nestle Nesquick and BODYARMOR.