Ramona Bachmann is a Swiss professional footballer who plays as a forward for Paris Saint-Germain in the French Division 1 Féminine and for the Swiss national team.
Table of Biography
Ramona Bachmann was born in Malters, Switzerland on 25 December 1990. She is 31 years old (as of 2022) under the zodiac sign Capricorns. Bachmann holds a Swiss nationality while her ethnicity is unknown. Aside from that, no information about her parents, siblings, relatives, or other family members and early childhood is available.
Speaking of her educational background, there is no information about her academic qualification. It seems that She might have completed her University level at a renowned University somewhere in Switzerland.
Regarding her love life, Ramona Bachmann is currently single. During the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada, Bachmann came out as a lesbian. She previously dated fellow Swiss national team footballer Alisha Lehmann, who relocated to London to play for West Ham United.
Ramona Bachmann is very pretty and beautiful, undoubtedly. She has a very excellent height of about 5 feet 4 inches (1.67m) and weighs about 58 kg (127 pounds). In addition, Bachmann has black pairs of beautiful eyes and brown hair color.
Regarding her social media presence, Ramona Bachmann is active on her Instagram account @bachmannr10 with 209K followers. Moreover, Bachmann also has 11.1K followers on Twitter and 16K followers on Facebook.
Ramona Bachmann began her career with FC Malters before moving on to SC Luwin. In 2007, at the age of 16, she turned down offers from Germany and the United States to join the Swedish team Umea IK in the Damallsvenskan.
Bachmann became an important member of the team at Ume after Marta left the organization in 2009. As the first pick in the 2009 WPS International Draft, Bachmann joined the Atlanta Beat, a new Women’s Professional Soccer expansion team, in 2010.
Moreover, Bachmann turned down offers from Germany, England, and the United States to return to Umea for the 2011 season after an injury-plagued season in the professional WPS and after her contract with the Atlanta Beat was not continued. Bachmann joined German club VfL Wolfsburg on August 26, 2015, with an agreement that runs through 2018.
Bachmann agreed to join London-based FA WSL club Chelsea when the transfer window opened the following month in December 2016. In 2018, on May 5, Bachmann scored twice, including the game-winning goal, in Chelsea’s 3-1 victory over Arsenal in the Women’s FA Cup final.
Sue Smith, a commentator, selected her as the Player of the Match. Bachmann was signed by Paris Saint-Germain on a two-year contract on July 3, 2020.
At the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in 2006 and 2010, Bachmann represented Switzerland. In June 2007, Bachmann made her senior team debut for Switzerland against Sweden at the age of 16.
Bachmann scored during Switzerland’s 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualification loss to England in September 2010, however, she received criticism for her play-acting, which resulted in England goalkeeper Rachel Brown being fired.
Bachmann’s ongoing back injury prevented her from competing in the subsequent play-off match against Denmark. The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada was Bachmann’s biggest accomplishment to date. Bachmann scored three goals in a 10-1 triumph over helpless Ecuador to help Switzerland advance to the round of 16 at the World Cup.
Due to a goal by Josée Bélanger shortly after the interval, the hosts Canada narrowly defeated the Swiss. The 24-year-old Bachmann was pursued by a number of clubs following the World Cup, but she ultimately decided to join VfL Wolfsburg.
Ramona Bachmann has earned a huge amount of money through her hard work and brilliance. Her estimated net worth is around $2.8 million as of 2022. However, Bachmann has not been a part of brand endorsement till now.
Awards and Achievements
Ramona Bachmann has won many awards and honors throughout her football career. Bachmann was named the 2009 Swiss Female Player of the Year. She received the 2011 season’s best player award. In her final season with LdB Malmö, she won the Damallsvenskan. ‘She received a second nomination for Swiss Player of the Year in 2015. Bachmann received the UEFA.com Golden Player honor at the Belarus 2009 UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship.
Ramona was engaged in controversy when she was discouraged during her debut on Switzerland’s national senior team in 2016. As a result of her actions during the game, English goalkeeper Rachel Brown was sent off with a red card.
The Swizz football player later apologized for her actions, and the red card given to England goalkeeper was revoked.