You may not have known this but one of the stars of England’s World Cup, Lucy Bronze is a former Domino’s Pizza employee. Lucy worked as a pizza chef in the Headingley, Leeds store while she was a student.
In honour of Lucy’s heroics for the English football team at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, they’ve gone and painted the storefront logo bronze in her honour, because, y’know, that’s her name.
England take on the United States in the Women's World Cup semi-finals tonight and one Headingley pizza shop has paid homage to one of its former employees!
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Lucy Bronze plays for Olympique Lyonnais in France, and will play for England in the Semi Final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup tonight against holders, USA.
Lucy has been hailed as “the best player in the world” by England manager Phil Neville, has won the PFA Women’s Players’ Player of the Year award twice and was named BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year last year.
“We’re all proud of everything Lucy has achieved and are delighted to be able to pay tribute to her ahead of the semi-final.” – Ricky Kandola, Domino’s Operations Director
Don’t forget to watch tonight’s England vs USA semi-final, as Lucy hopes to help England make it to their first ever Women’s World Cup final. With a slice of luck, they can make a pizza history… 🍕