Freya Kemp

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Freya Kemp

Freya Kemp is an English cricketer who is a part of the England women’s national cricket team in T20 and ODI cricket formats.

She is one of the most talented England women cricketers presenting the England women’s cricket team since 2022.

She plays as a bowler in the England women’s cricket team.

Personal Intro

Freya Kemp is an English woman cricketer. She was born on 21 April 2005 in Westminster, Greater London, England.

Name Freya Grace Kemp
NickName Freya
DOB 21 April 2005
Age 18 Years
Birth Place Westminster, Greater London, England
Home Town Westminster, Greater London, England
Country England
Language English
Religion Christian
Hobbies Playing Cricket


Freya Kemp studied at Bede’s School.

Bede’s School

Family Info

Freya Kemp boyfriend name is Cameron Nesbitt and Father name is Grace Kemp.

Boy Friend or Partner Cameron Nesbitt
Father Grace Kemp
Mother N/A
Brothers N/A
Sisters N/A
Sons N/A
Daughters N/A
Others N/A

Physical Info

Freya Kemp height is approx. 5 feet 8 inches and weight is approx. 60 kg. Her hair color is brown and eye color is brown.

Height Feet: 5 feet 8 inches
Meters: 1.72 m
Centimeters: 172 cm
Weight 60 kg
Hair Color Brown

Net Worth

Her Net Worth, Salary and Match Fee information is available here.

Net Worth 10 million
Salary N/A
Match Fee N/A


Freya Kemp 51 runs vs India Women| 2nd T20I – England Women vs India Women

Cricket Info

Freya Kemp is a left-handed batswoman and left-arm medium bowler. She plays as an all-rounder in England women’s team.

Batting Left-handed
Bowling Left-arm medium
Role in Team All-rounder
Coach or Mentor N/A
Jersey / Shirt Number 31

Cricket Debut

She made her ODI debut on 22 September 2022 v India and her ODI cap number is 141.

She made her T20 debut on 25 July 2022 v South Africa and her T20 cap number is 56.

T20 Debut (Cap 56)
25 July 2022 v South Africa
ODI Debut (Cap 141)
22 September 2022 v India
Test Debut (Cap )

Major Teams

She plays for the England International Cricket team, in T20 Leagues and domestic tournaments.

England Academy Women

England Women

Sussex Women

Southern Vipers

Southern Brave