Swiss professional football player Alisha Debora Lehmann was born on January 21, 1999. She plays forward for both the Switzerland national team and Women's Super League team Aston Villa. She has played for West Ham United of the FA WSL, BSC YB Frauen of the Nationalliga A, and Everton of the FA WSL on loan.
Early Life And Career
just hired FA In August 2018, Lehmann was signed by West Ham United of the Women's Super League from BSC YB Frauen. It was said that Lehmann's efforts in the 2018 U-19 European Championship, which was held in Switzerland, had pleased West Ham boss Matt Beard. After Lehmann scored nine goals in thirty appearances across all competitions and helped the team advance to the Women's FA Cup final by netting the game-winning goal in the semi-final match against Reading, West Ham decided to extend her contract in April 2019.
Lehmann participated in the Swiss U-17 national team's run to the final of the U-17 European Championship in Iceland in July 2015. Switzerland was defeated 5-2 by Spain there. The Swiss U-19 team retired in the preliminary round of the U-19 Championship held in their home country of Switzerland in July 2018. In October 2017, Lehmann was awarded her maiden cap for the senior Swiss national team. On March 2, 2018, she scored her first goal for her country against Finland in the Cyprus Women's Cup. Lehmann said she was not "mentally ready" to compete in the event, therefore she declined to play for the Switzerland national team in the 2022 UEFA European Championship. She was chosen for the 2023 World Cup on July 3, 2023.
Lehmann is a proud gay man. She used to identify as a lesbian. She formerly dated Ramona Bachmann, a colleague from Switzerland. Up until 2022, she was linked to Douglas Luiz, a midfielder for Aston Villa.