Lotie Wubben-Moy


Lotte Wubben-Moy: Rising Talent of Arsenal WFC and England

Lotte Wubben-Moy (pronounced “Lotta,” short for Carlotte), born on January 11, 1999, in Bow, East London, England, is a gifted footballer who stands tall at 5ft 10in (178cm) with a preferred right foot. From her earliest memories as a devoted Arsenal fan, Lotte’s passion for football has been an integral part of her life.
Her educational journey began at Olga Primary School in Bow, East London, where her love for the beautiful game began to take shape. Later, for her secondary education, she attended Anglo European School and Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form for her A-levels.
Coming from a Dutch heritage, Lotte is fluent in Dutch, a reflection of her Dutch father, Antonius Wubben, who is the owner of Kaizen Furniture Makers. This unique cultural background has undoubtedly played a role in shaping her football journey.
An ardent supporter of Arsenal since childhood, Lotte’s dream came true when she made her first-team debut for the Gunners back in 2015 as a teenager. After impressing at Arsenal, she decided to further hone her skills in the USA, where she played for the prestigious North Carolina Tar Heels for two years.
Despite her overseas adventure, Lotte’s heart remained in London, and she returned to Arsenal WFC in September 2020. Her talent and commitment to the sport quickly caught the attention of the England selectors, earning her a call-up to the senior national team for a training camp in September 2020.
Since then, Lotte Wubben-Moy has earned her place as a consistent member of Sarina Wiegman’s squads, making her senior England debut on February 23, 2021. Her versatility as a defender, capable of playing in the centre, right-back, or defensive midfielder positions, adds depth to her contributions on the field.
Beyond her sporting achievements, Lotte’s dedication to advocating for equal opportunities for aspiring female footballers is commendable. Her collaboration with England captain Leah Williamson to write an open letter to the UK prime ministerial candidates has paved the way for positive change in ensuring equal access to football for girls.
Lotte Wubben-Moy’s inspiring journey from her early days as a passionate Arsenal fan in Bow, East London, to becoming a rising talent for both Arsenal WFC and the England national team, serves as a beacon of hope for the future of women’s football. With her Dutch heritage and unwavering commitment to equality, she stands poised to make a significant impact on and off the field.