Diana Matheson Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

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Diana Matheson Quick Info
Height 5 ft
Weight 48 kg
Date of Birth April 6, 1984
Zodiac Sign Aries
Eye Color Hazel

Diana Matheson is a Canadian soccer player who is best known for playing for Canadian national women’s soccer team and also for the Utah Royals FC in the National Women’s Soccer League. With time, she has amassed a huge fan base with more than 100k followers on Instagram and more than 50k followers on Twitter.

Born Name

Diana Beverly Matheson

Nick Name

Diana

Diana Matheson as seen in a picture taken on June 4, 2013
Diana Matheson as seen in a picture taken on June 4, 2013 (Erica McCaulley / Wikimedia / CC BY 2.0)

Sun Sign

Aries

Born Place

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Residence

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Nationality

Canadian

Education

She studied at White Oaks Secondary School in Oakville. Later, she attended Princeton University from where she graduated with a Major in Economics.

Occupation

Soccer Player

Family

  • Siblings – Kathryn Matheson (Sister)

Build

Athletic

Height

5 ft or 152.5 cm

Weight

48 kg or 106 lbs

Diana Matheson as seen in a picture taken with former speed skater Anastasia Bucsis at Arches National Park in Utah in October 2019
Diana Matheson as seen in a picture taken with former speed skater Anastasia Bucsis at Arches National Park in Utah in October 2019 (Diana Matheson / Instagram)

Race / Ethnicity

White

Hair Color

Dark Brown

Eye Color

Hazel

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Petite physique
Diana Matheson as seen in a picture taken on June 4, 2013
Diana Matheson as seen in a picture taken on June 4, 2013 (Erica McCaulley / Wikimedia / CC BY 2.0)

Diana Matheson Facts

  1. She received the Principal’s Award for athletics and academics while studying at White Oaks Secondary School.
  2. Diana assisted in winning the 2001 national championship as a part of the Ontario provincial team and also captained the team in 2002.
  3. She is an economist by profession.
  4. In 2007, Diana was awarded “Ivy League Player of the Year” and in 2008, she was named “Princeton Women’s Athlete of the Year.”
  5. Growing up, she indulged in both hockey and soccer and credits her family to be the reason behind her success.
  6. She played her first match for Canada in 2003 at the Algarve Cup.

Featured Image By Diana Matheson / Instagram

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