Olga Carmona Garcia is a Spanish professional football player who currently plays for the Liga F club Real Madrid and the Spain National Team. Many people have been speculating about the ethnicity of the Spanish player. Here is all you need to know about Olga Carmona and her ethnicity. Follow Crossover99.com for more celebrity news and information.
Early Life And Career
Olga Carmona was born on June 12, 2000, in Seville, Andalusia. She also has an older brother named Fran Carmona who is also a professional football player who plays for a Spanish club Sevilla C. While she was growing up Carmona’s parents insisted that she did not play football and gave her options to choose between Swimming and tennis.
However, Olga Carmona had an undying passion for football and decided to pursue her dreams of becoming a professional football player. When they saw that she would not change her mind her parents had no other choice than to support her.
She began her footballing career at a very young age while playing for Seville Este. In her first professional season, she was able to contribute five goals in 25 matches however her team finished 12th and in 2007/she was promoted to the youth team of Sevilla FC.
She played for 9 seasons and made her first team debut in the 2016/17 season in the Segunda Division which was the second tier in the Spanish league. She was able to get her team to be promoted to the first division of the Primera Division.
However, her team finished in the lower mid-table for three seasons but was able to reach the semi-finals of both the 2018-19 and 2019/20 domestic cups. The team was eliminated by Real Sociedad and FC Barcelona respectively who went on to win the trophy. She was eventually signed by Real Madrid in the summer of 2020.
Olga Carmona has also enjoyed success in the national team as she has risen through the ranks. She won the 2017 European Championship with the Under-19 team after they won Germany 1-0 in the final. She contributed 4 goals in ten games and played an important role for her team both at the qualifying stage and in the tournament.
Her first International senior debut was on April 13, 2021, during a friendly match against Mexico. She was also part of the 2023 squad that won the 2023 Women’s World Cup co-hosted by New Zealand and Australia.
At the age of 23, she was selected as the team’s captain for both the Semi-final and Final matches as she scored the decisive goal against Sweden in the semi-final match on August 15. She was named the player of the match in the final as she scored the only goal that secured Spain’s win at the final.
Olga Carmona Ethnicity
Olga Carmona hails from Seville a famous city in the Spanish region of Andalusian. She has shown the vibrant spirit of her hometown through her exploits as a professional football player as her religious beliefs remain private and her connection to her tools is evident in her personality and play.
Olga Carmona Father’s Death
Olga Carmona’s father sadly passed away after a long time illness two days before the 2023 FIFA Women’s World CupFinal in which she scored the winning goal. Her mother alongside her brother were present with her in Australia to watch her play but she was told about her father’s death after Spain’s victory celebrations.
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023
FIFA Women’s World Cup Final Player of the Match 2023
Under-19 European Championship 2018