Euro 2022 winner Hannah Hampton has been dropped by England boss Sarina Wiegman due to her behaviour & attitude at the national team’s camps.

Hannah Hampton : Dropped | Partner | Problems

Hannah Alice Hampton is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for FA Women’s Super League club Aston Villa and the England national team.

Hannah Hampton : Dropped | Partner | Problems

Personal information
Full name Hannah Alice Hampton
Date of birth 16 November 2000 (age 21)   
   Place of birth    Birmingham, England
Height 173 cm (5 ft 8 in)
Position(s) Goalkeeper

Hampton is a product of the Stoke City and Birmingham City academies and also spent five years as a child in the Villarreal CF youth team.

In February 2013, Hampton received her first call-up to the under-15 squad at the age of 12. Also She was included in the under-17 squad for the 2017 UEFA Women’s Under-17 Championship qualification playing host to Lithuania, Slovenia and Russia. 

Hannah Hampton Dropped 

England and Aston Villa goalkeeper Hannah Hampton has been dropped from the national team because of her behaviour and attitude at the team’s camps.

The 21-year-old has not been selected by Lionesses’ boss Sarina Wiegman since their Euros triumph in the summer and looks unlikely to be reinstated back into the team.

Hannah Hampton : Dropped | Partner | Problems

Prior to World Cup qualifiers in September, Wiegman claimed Hampton’s absence from the national squad was due to ‘some personal issues that she has to solve so for her at this moment it’s better for her to stay at her club’.

However, her situation at Villa seems to have spiraled out of control recently after she turned up to their game unannounced – despite being left out the squad ‘in the best interests of the team’. 

Hampton was available for the first time in four games having recovered from an injury but found herself omitted from the first-team squad at Kingsmeadow. 

However, she was seen watching the game from the Chelsea home end and posted a picture of the match on her Instagram story with the caption ‘let’s go team #utv’. 

Hannah Hampton partner 

Hannah Hampton is the future of goalkeeping in the women’s game.

Currently there is no information available about her partner in social media. 

The Aston Villa goalkeeper has more Women’s Super League experiences than most seasoned veterans and she’s still only 21-years-old.

Hannah Hampton : Dropped | Partner | Problems

The very definition of ‘age is nothing but a number’. Greatness knows no bounds, and Hampton is here to make her mark on the world of women’s football regardless of being one of the youngest keepers in the Women’s Super League.

Born in Birmingham, Hampton notched up 50 appearances for the Blues and made her first senior appearance for the Midlands’ team at just 15.

Under the tutelage of Marc Skinner and Carla Ward, she’s gone from strength to strength between the sticks, and has even caught the attention of World Cup winning manager and Lionesses’ Head Coach Sarina Wiegman. With the Euros around the corner – followed by a World Cup in 2023 – Hampton is already looking to don the coveted No.1 shirt.


Aston Villa goalkeeper Hannah Hampton is playing at the top of the game, she’s just celebrated her 21st birthday, been called up for the latest England squad and has made 200 saves in the WSL.

Since making her WSL debut at just 16, she has not looked back. Also she has chosen to talk about her lack of depth perception to show to young children that anything is possible.

Hannah Hampton : Dropped | Partner | Problems

“I think that’s one of the reasons why I wanted to say it because loads of people were saying: ‘No, don’t do it’ because you don’t know how it’s going to affect with selections to clubs and to internationals but I feel like if you don’t say anything, people are going to be told by doctors [they can’t do things] – especially me.

Also “I was told by a doctor I would never be able to do any sport, I wouldn’t be able to do certain jobs I wouldn’t be a pilot, I wouldn’t be a surgeon but I always wanted to play sport so I kept going.”

Hampton learnt her craft in Spain with Villarreal and initially started life up front, training with the boys’ academy before moving back to England. Because a chance stand-in for an injured goalkeeper at Stoke’s centre of excellence saw her never look back. Now she’s on the verge of her full international debut.

By Rishabh

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