Noko Matlou (born 30 September 1985) is a South African professional soccer player who plays for Spanish Primera Divisiónside SD Eibar and the South Africa women’s national team.
Noko Matlou Age
She was born on the 30th of September 1985 in Moletji, South Africa. As of 2023, she is 38 years old and celebrates her birthday on September 30th every year.
She has previously played for the University of Johannesburg, Brazilian Ladies, and Development Ladies. To improve her game, Matlou works out with local male football teams: “When I get on the field with the women, they simply cannot touch me.”
In December 2006, Matlou debuted for the South African women’s national football team (also known as “Banyana Banyana”).
By scoring six goals at the 2008 African Women’s Championship, Matlou rose to prominence within the national team. She was chosen for the teams competing in a number of competitions, including the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom. Vera Pauw, the coach of South Africa, used Matlou, a former striker, as a defender in 2014.
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million, which she has earned as a footballer.