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Is Lucy Bronze the most decorated footballer of all time?

Not many can say they have won the Champions League 4 times and the league 7 times.

In Bronze’s senior career she has played for many clubs at the highest level, these include Liverpool, Manchester City, Lyon and most recently Barcelona.

In every one of these clubs, Bronze has found a way to come out of it with a major title.

Throughout her international and club career she has won 27 major trophies and she hasn’t finished yet.

The 31-year-old has also won 36 personal awards including the UEFA Women’s Player of the Year award back in the 2018-19 season and England’s player of the year twice, whilst also being nominated for a further 8 awards throughout her career.

The right back started her career in her home town Sunderland in 2002, and stayed there until 2010. She made her senior debut for them back in 2007, where she also went onto win the Manager’s Player of the season award that year.

After Sunderland, Bronze went overseas to play for the college team North Carolina for a season in 2009 before flying back over to England to play for Everton. This was also the season that she broke through with England in their youth teams.

The majority of Bronze’s career was spent with the English side, Manchester City, where over two stints she was there for 5 seasons. Winning the Women’s Super League once, the FA Cup twice and the League Cup twice.

Three of Bronze's European honours came from the French side Lyon, all in 3 consecutive seasons, whilst also winning the league in the same 3 seasons.

More recently the English star has planted herself in Barcelona, where in 1 season she has already won the Champions League, the title and the league cup.

She is now the first English player to win the Champions league with two different clubs.

It is not just her club career that is bringing in trophies, in recent history she has gathered 5 trophies with the Lionesses and the major one being, winning the Euros on home soil in 2022.

Will Bronze be able to add a World Cup to her awards list this summer with the Lionesses?

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