Ella Toone

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Ella Toone
Toone playing for Manchester United in 2023
Personal information
Full name Ella Ann Toone[1]
Date of birth (1999-09-02) 2 September 1999 (age 24)
Place of birth Tyldesley, Wigan, England
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)[1]
Position(s) Attacking midfielder
Team information
Current team
Manchester United
Number 7
Youth career
2005–2007 Astley & Tyldesley FC
2007–2013 Manchester United
2013–2016 Blackburn Rovers
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2015–2017 Blackburn Rovers 20 (13)
2016–2018 Manchester City 5 (0)
2018– Manchester United 113 (37)
International career
2015–2016 England U17 12 (4)
2017–2018 England U19 6 (5)
2019 England U21 13 (2)
2021– England 46 (19)
2021– Great Britain 1 (0)
Medal record
Women's football
Representing  England
UEFA Women's Championship
Winner 2022 England
UEFA–CONMEBOL Finalissima
Winner 2023 England
FIFA Women's World Cup
Runner-up 2023 Australia and New Zealand
*Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 17 February 2024
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 27 February 2024

Ella Ann Toone (born 2 September 1999) is an English professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Women's Super League club Manchester United, and the England national team. She represented England from under-17 to under-21, scoring her first Euro goal against Spain in 2022, with another against Germany in the Euro 2022 final, helping the team to win the European Championship.

Toone started her senior career at Blackburn Rovers in 2013, later joining Manchester City and winning the WSL in 2016. Since joining United in 2018, she has become their top scorer with most appearances for the club, has been described as a household name, as well as a key player by manager Marc Skinner. In August 2023, Toone scored her first World Cup goal against Australia in the semi-final, becoming the first England footballer to score in a quarter-final, semi-final and final of a major tournament.

Club career[edit]

Manchester City[edit]

Toone joined Manchester City in the summer of 2016 from Blackburn Rovers having previously been a youth at Manchester United for six years but moved on due to a lack of senior women's team.[2][3] She continued to play with Blackburn in the National League on dual registration terms.[4] In July 2016, she made her senior Manchester City debut as a substitute in an 8–0 win over Aston Villa in the Continental Cup.[5]

Toone was nominated alongside four others for the FA Women's Young Player of the Year award in May 2018, an award eventually won by Beth Mead.[6][7]

Manchester United[edit]

Toone (centre) playing for Manchester United against Brighton in 2019.

2018–19[edit]

In July 2018, Toone joined Manchester United for their inaugural season in the FA Women's Championship for the 2018–19 season, one of seven players to return to the senior side having played for the club at youth level.[8] She made her competitive debut for Manchester United, as a half-time substitute for Mollie Green, in a 1–0 League Cup victory against Liverpool on 19 August.[9] On 9 September, she scored her first senior goal, on her league debut, in United's opening game of the 2018–19 season, a 12–0 win away to Aston Villa.[10] She was voted FA Women's Championship player of the month for February 2019, having scored five goals in United's two league games, with four of them scored against Leicester City on 13 February.[11][12] By 24 March 2019, she had scored 7 consecutive goals in league matches, breaking the club record for most consecutive goals scored by an individual player, later equalled by Jessica Sigsworth.

2019–21[edit]

In the 2019–20 season, Toone scored five goals in a League Cup group stage game as United beat Leicester City 11–1 on 21 November 2019, equalling the club record set by Sigsworth the previous season,[13] as well as setting the record for most hat-tricks for the club with her second hat-trick. Ahead of the 2020–21 season, Toone signed a new two-year contract with an option for a third.[14] Toone finished the season as United's top goal scorer, with ten goals in all competitions, as well as five assists.

2021–22[edit]

Toone (left) playing for Manchester United against Lewes in 2023.

In the 2021–22 season, Toone became joint top assist provider alongside Beth Mead and Vivianne Miedema, providing 8 assists, as well as scoring 7 goals.[15] On 20 November 2021, it was announced that Toone had signed a new contract until June 2025.[16] She became WSL Player of the Month in December, playing every minute of Manchester United's WSL games that month.[17] A fan favourite, Toone was awarded club Player of the Year for the season with 35% of the vote, as the first player to reach 100 appearances for the club, as well as nominated PFA Young Player of the Year, the award was later won by Lauren Hemp.[18]

2022–23[edit]

On 10 November 2022, Toone signed a further contract extension until June 2026.[19] In the 2022–23 season, Toone provided 8 assists and scored 3 goals, helping United to finish second place in the WSL, and qualifying for the Champions League second round for the first time in the club's history.[20] In February 2023, Toone had a red card and three-match ban overturned, after being sent off for pushing Tottenham's Eveliina Summanen.[21] Summanen was later charged with simulation and deceiving officials over the incident by the FA, and given a two-match ban.[22][23]

2023–24[edit]

I always want to contribute goals and assists, it's what I pride myself on as a No.10. It was quite difficult having a few games without them but I just had to make sure I was not putting too much pressure on myself to force things. I always set myself targets [before a season] but this term I've learned I can't think about them too much.

Ella Toone, December 2023[24]

On 10 October 2023, Toone played her first Champions League game against PSG, describing it as an "an unbelievable feeling".[25] United were subsequently defeated 3-1 in the return leg with Toone hitting the post.[26] On 5 November, during the 2023–2024 season, Toone ended her year-long club "goal drought",[27] described as a "gradual decline" by Manchester Evening News,[28] by scoring a stunning goal against Brighton in a 2-2 draw.[29][27] The goal was subsequently nominated as WSL Goal of the Month, an award later won by Rachel Daly.[30] Considered a key player for the team, in November 2023, Marc Skinner has described her class as "permanent".[27]

Toone was voted Manchester United Women's Player of the Month for December 2023 with 62% of the fan vote,[31] and for January 2024 with 49% of the vote, after becoming the first United player to make 150 appearances for the club.[32]

In front of the record-breaking Super League crowd at a sold out Emirates Stadium, Toone provided an assist for Lucía García.[33]

International career[edit]

Youth[edit]

Toone represented England at the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Jordan.[34] On 17 October 2017, Toone made her under-19 debut in an UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship qualification match against Kazakhstan, scoring twice in a 9–0 win.[35] She scored 5 across the qualifying campaign as England finished second to Germany in the elite round.[36][37] In June 2018, Toone was part of the 35-player shortlist to make the England under-20 squad for the FIFA Women's U20 World Cup, but was ruled out through injury.[38][39]

Senior[edit]

Toone playing for England against Czech Republic in 2022

In September 2020, Toone received her first senior national team call-up as part of a 30-player training camp at St George's Park.[40][41] She made her senior international debut on 23 February 2021 as a half-time substitute and scored a penalty in a 6–0 friendly win over Northern Ireland.[42][43] She scored a hat-trick on 26 October 2021 against Latvia during 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification.[44]

In June 2022, Toone was included in the England squad for UEFA Women's Euro 2022.[45][46] She appeared in every match as a substitute, and scored twice. Her first goal was an 84th-minute equaliser against Spain in the quarter-finals to send the game into extra-time, eventually winning 2–1.[47] Her second goal was in the final to give England the lead against Germany in the 62nd minute. England won 2–1 in extra-time, winning the tournament.[48] Since England's Euro victory, The Independent has described Toone as an understated "big game player" as well as a "household name".[49]

On 6 April 2023, at a sold-out Wembley stadium,[50] Toone scored the opening goal in the 2023 Women's Finalissima against Brazil, a game England won on penalties.[51] On 31 May, Toone was named to the squad for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.[52] In the World Cup semi-final, Toone scored the opening goal for England in a 3–1 win against Australia as England reached their first ever World Cup final.[53] By scoring, Toone became the first England footballer, male or female, to score in a quarter-final, semi-final and final of a major tournament.[54] On 1 December, Toone scored a dramatic winning goal in injury time as a substitute in a 2023–24 Nations League group match against the Netherlands.[55][56]

Great Britain Olympic[edit]

In May 2021, Toone was named to the Team GB squad as one of four reserve players for the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympics.[57] She was forced to withdraw from the pre-Olympic training camp held for the English players in June 2021 after testing positive for COVID-19.[58] On 1 July 2021, the IOC and FIFA confirmed rosters would be expanded from 18 to 22 meaning the four reserve players would be available for selection to the matchday squad.[59] Toone was named to the bench for the opening group game against Chile and appeared as a stoppage time substitute in the 2–0 win.[60]

Personal life[edit]

Ella Toone
YouTube information
Channel
Years active2022–present
GenreVlog
Subscribers59,700[61]
Total views3.17 million[61]

Last updated: 20 December 2023

Born in Tyldesley,[2] Toone attended Fred Longworth High School. After leaving secondary school, whilst playing for Manchester United, Toone enrolled onto a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma Sport Science course at Wigan and Leigh College.[62]

Toone is a childhood Manchester United fan, with Cristiano Ronaldo being one of her favourite players.[63] As a child, she played at Astley & Tyldesley FC; a plaque honouring her was installed at the club in 2022 as part of the "Where Greatness Is Made" campaign.[64]

Toone is in a relationship with former Rochdale, Bolton Wanderers and Grimsby Town footballer Joe Bunney.[65] She has a YouTube channel intended to provide a glimpse into her everyday life.[66]

In December 2023, Toone launched her own brand ET7, becoming the first England women's player to trademark her name, similar to Cristiano Ronaldo's CR7 brand, with the intention to launch her own football academy in 2024.[67][66]

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

As of match played 17 February 2024[68][69]
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Europe Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Blackburn Rovers 2015–16[70] WPL North 5 3 0 0 3 2 8 5
2016–17[71] WPL North 15 10 0 0 10 11 25 21
Total 20 13 0 0 13 13 0 0 32 26
Manchester City 2016 WSL 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
2017 WSL 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
2017–18 WSL 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 6 0
Total 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 9 0
Manchester United 2018–19 Championship 20 14 3 1 6 0 29 15
2019–20 WSL 13 1 0 0 5 6 18 7
2020–21 WSL 22 9 2 1 3 0 27 10
2021–22 WSL 22 7 2 1 5 1 29 9
2022–23 WSL 22 3 4 0 2 0 28 3
2023–24 WSL 14 3 2 2 4 0 2 0 22 5
Total 113 37 13 5 25 7 2 0 153 49
Career total 138 50 13 5 42 20 2 0 195 75

International[edit]

As of match played 27 February 2024
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
England 2021 8 6
2022 19 9
2023 17 3
2024 2 1
Total 46 19
Great Britain 2021 1 0
Total 1 0
As of match played 27 February 2024
Scores and results list England's goal tally first, score column indicates score after each Toone goal.
List of international goals scored by Ella Toone
No. Date Cap Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 23 February 2021 1 St George's Park, Burton upon Trent, England  Northern Ireland 6–0 6–0 Friendly
2 17 September 2021 3 St Mary's Stadium, Southampton, England  North Macedonia 1–0 8–0 2023 World Cup qualifying
3 26 October 2021 6 Daugava Stadium, Riga, Latvia  Latvia 1–0 10–0
4 2–0
5 6–0
6 30 November 2021 8 Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster, England  Latvia 7–0 20–0
7 8 April 2022 12 Toše Proeski Arena, Skopje, North Macedonia  North Macedonia 3–0 10–0
8 9–0
9 10–0
10 12 April 2022 13 Windsor Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland  Northern Ireland 2–0 5–0
11 24 June 2022 14 Elland Road, Leeds, England  Netherlands 3–1 5–1 Friendly
12 20 July 2022 19 Falmer Stadium, Brighton and Hove, England  Spain 1–1 2–1 (a.e.t.) UEFA Euro 2022
13 31 July 2022 21 Wembley Stadium, London, England  Germany 1–0 2–1 (a.e.t.)
14 6 September 2022 23 Bet365 Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent, England  Luxembourg 8–0 10–0 2023 World Cup qualifying
15 11 November 2022 26 Pinatar Arena, San Pedro del Pinatar, Spain  Japan 3–0 4–0 Friendly
16 6 April 2023 30 Wembley Stadium, London, England  Brazil 1–0 1–1
(4–2 p)
2023 Women's Finalissima
17 16 August 2023 37 Stadium Australia, Sydney, Australia  Australia 1–0 3–1 2023 FIFA World Cup
18 1 December 2023 43 Wembley Stadium, London, England  Netherlands 3–2 3–2 2023–24 UEFA Nations League A
19 27 February 2024 46 Estadio Nuevo Mirador, Algeciras, Spain  Italy 4–1 5–1 Friendly

Honours[edit]

Tonne holding the Championship trophy after winning the 2018–19 season with Manchester United.

Manchester City

Manchester United

England U17

England

Individual

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