Renée Hector

  • Semi-professional footballer: Tottenham Hotspur Ladies
  • Former Watford Ladies 
  • Tottenham Hotspur PFA Community Champion for 2017/18
  • @Renazzza

Renée is a central defender for Women’s Championship side Tottenham Hotspur Ladies and coaches women and girls at the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation.

Renée is a natural entertainer with a performing arts background – she can sing and play the guitar and was once part of a band that performed at the O2 Indigo!

The Spurs Ladies star started her playing career at the age of nine when she made the decision to play football rather than go to her drama lessons.

The centre-back was a key member of the Spurs Ladies side that won four trophies in the 2016/17 campaign. These trophies include the FAWPL South title at White Hart Lane and the FAWPL national play-off that secured promotion to the Women’s Super League for the first time in the club’s history.

While at her previous club – Watford Ladies, Renée helped the team to gain promotion in 2013/14 and she made over 40 appearances for them in the WSL 2.

Renée made her on screen media debut during the 2018 World Cup on the BBC Victoria Derbyshire show where she discussed England’s knock out game against Columbia. She also featured on BBC World Service where she previewed the two quarter-final matches of the day.

Contact Renée Hector’s agent: jo@tonguetiedmedia.co.uk

Photo credit: Wu’s Photography