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Olga Carmona Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Family

Olga Carmona Quick Info
Height 5 ft 3 in
Weight 56 kg
Date of Birth June 12, 2000
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Eye Color Green

Olga Carmona is a Spanish professional soccer player who, at the senior domestic level, has represented, as a defender/winger, Sevilla FC Femenino (2017-2020) and Real Madrid Femenino (2020-Present) in Spain. At the international level, she represented Spain at the under-19 and under-23 tiers before making her senior national debut in April 2021. Olga was an integral member of the Spanish squad that won the FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) Women’s World Cup in 2023. She scored an 89th-minute winner (from a precise long-range shot) in Spain’s 2-1 victory over 2003 runners-up Sweden in the semi-final stage of the competition. In the final, Olga scored the only goal (in the 29th minute) in a 1-0 win over reigning European champions England and was named the ‘Player of the Match’. Incredibly, these 2 aforementioned goals were just the 2nd and 3rd goals, respectively, of her senior-level international career for Spain. Olga had turned 23 years old just before the start of this tournament and was appointed Spain’s captain in both the semi-final and the final despite being so young.

Born Name

Olga Carmona García

Nick Name


Olga Carmona as seen in an Instagram Post in July 2023
Olga Carmona as seen in an Instagram Post in July 2023 (Olga Carmona / Instagram)

Sun Sign


Born Place

Seville, Andalusia, Spain


Madrid, Spain





Professional Soccer Player

Olga Carmona as seen in an Instagram Post in October 2022
Olga Carmona as seen in an Instagram Post in October 2022 (Olga Carmona / Instagram)


  • Father – Tomas Carmona Mena (Businessman) (d. August 2023)
  • Siblings – Francisco ‘Fran’ Carmona (Older Brother) (Professional Soccer Player), Tomas Carmona (Brother) (Soccer Player)


She has been represented by Adrián del Nido Carrasco, Manager and Booking Agent, Promo Esport España, Sports Talent Management Agency, Sant Just Desvern, Baix Llobregat, Catalonia, Spain.

Shirt Number

  • 25, 18, 19 – Spain
  • 7 – Real Madrid Femenino

Playing Position

Defender, Winger




5 ft 3 in or 160 cm


56 kg or 123.5 lbs

Olga Carmona as seen in an Instagram Post in June 2023
Olga Carmona as seen in an Instagram Post in June 2023 (Olga Carmona / Instagram)

Race / Ethnicity


She is of Spanish descent.

Hair Color


Eye Color


Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

  • Toned Physique
  • Center-parted, long, straight hair
  • Charming smile
  • Gleaming face

Brand Endorsements

She has been sponsored by Adidas AG, a German multinational corporation that designs and manufactures shoes, clothing, and accessories.

Olga Carmona as seen in an Instagram Post in January 2021
Olga Carmona as seen in an Instagram Post in January 2021 (Olga Carmona / Instagram)

Olga Carmona Facts

  1. Although Olga has been a soccer fan since childhood, her parents did not want her to play the sport. They instead tried to drive her interest towards swimming, playing tennis, and flamenco dancing (flamenco is an art form based on the various folkloric music traditions of southern Spain).
  2. However, Olga’s parents had to eventually relent after she refused to stop playing soccer. She started her youth career in 2006 when, as a 6-year-old, she joined a local club called Sevilla Este.
  3. In 2007, she was recruited by the youth academy of Sevilla FC Femenino, a top-tier Spanish professional women’s soccer team. Her senior career began about a decade later (in 2017) when she was promoted to the first team of Sevilla FC Femenino.
  4. In the 2016-17 season, soon after Olga made it into the first team of the club, Sevilla FC Femenino managed to earn a promotion to the Primera División (the top-tier competition for women in the Spanish soccer league system).
  5. In July 2018, she was a vital part of the Spanish squad that won the UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) Women’s Under-19 Championship. Olga was the joint top-scorer in the competition (2 goals) and helped Spain clinch its 3rd title, making it the then joint 3rd-most successful team in the competition.
  6. Both the goals that she scored in the competition were in group-stage matches and were crucial in Spain’s progress to the knockout phase of the competition. Spain had lost its opening group-stage match by a 2-0 margin to Norway. Olga then scored Spain’s 1st goal in a 2-0 win over Switzerland in the next match – a result that kept the team alive in the competition.
  7. In Spain’s 3rd (and last) match of the group stage of this competition, she scored an 83rd-minute winner in her team’s 2-1 victory over France. If not for her goal, this match would have ended in a draw and Spain would have finished the group stage tied for the 2nd place with hosts Switzerland.
  8. In that case, Switzerland would have advanced to the knockout phase as they had scored more goals (5) than Spain (3) in the group stage – both teams had a goal difference (goals scored – goals conceded) of 0. For her heroics, she was included in the ‘Starting XI’ of UEFA‘s ‘Team of the Tournament’.
  9. In both the 2018-19 and 2019-20 seasons, representing Sevilla FC Femenino, Olga reached the semi-final stage of the Copa de la Reina (the premier domestic knockout soccer competition for women in Spain). On both occasions, the team was defeated by the eventual champions – Real Sociedad Femenino and FC Barcelona Femení, respectively.
  10. In July 2019, Olga was again a member of the Spanish squad that participated in the UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship. She scored 1 goal in this tournament – the only goal in a 1-0 win over England in Spain’s 2nd match of the group stage. This result qualified Spain for the knockout phase (semi-final and final) of the competition where the team lost to France by a 3-1 margin (after extra time) in the semi-final.
  11. In the 2020-21 and 2022-23 seasons, with Real Madrid Femenino, she finished as the runner-up in the Primera División. These were the first 2 instances of the team finishing in the 2nd place in Spain’s top-tier domestic league.
  12. With the club, Olga reached the semi-final stage of the Copa de la Reina in the 2021-22 season. In the semi-final, the team was defeated by the eventual champions FC Barcelona Femení.
  13. In the next (2022-23) season, she reached the final of the Copa de la Reina with Real Madrid Femenino. This was the first occasion that the club had reached this tournament’s final. Unfortunately, they lost out to cross-town rivals Atlético Madrid Femenino after a penalty shootout – Olga too missed a penalty in the 3-1 shootout defeat.
  14. In both the 2021-22 and 2022-23 seasons, she was a part of the Real Madrid Femenino squads that qualified for the Supercopa de España Femenina. These were the first 2 instances of the club qualifying for this tournament. On both occasions, Real Madrid Femenino fell at the first hurdle (semi-final) to eventual champions FC Barcelona Femení.
  15. The Supercopa de España Femenina was started in 1997 and until 2000, 4 editions were played with the trophy being decided via a one-off match between the winners of the Primera División and the Copa de la Reina. It was revived in the 2019-20 season as a 4-team straight knockout event contested by the winners and the runners-up of the Copa de la Reina and the remaining 2 highest-ranked teams in the Primera División.
  16. On August 20, 2023, Olga scored the only goal in Spain’s 1-0 win over England in the final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Unfortunately, her joy at having helped Spain win this prestigious title for the 1st time turned to despair when she learned of her father’s death – soon after her team’s victory celebrations. Her father had passed away just 2 days before the final, after a prolonged illness.
  17. This (2023) was the 9th edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup but just the 3rd appearance for Spain in this competition. In its 2 previous appearances, the team had not even reached the quarter-final stage of the competition.
  18. Spain became just the 5th country – after the United States (1991, 1999, 2015, and 2019), Norway (1995), Germany (2003 and 2007), and Japan (2011) to have won the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Spain also became just the 2nd country to have won both the men’s and women’s FIFA World Cup – Germany was the first to have achieved this feat (in 2003).

Featured Image by Olga Carmona / Instagram

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