Tobin Heath, an American soccer player, has been romantically associated with Christian Press, a teammate, and the two have been dubbed ‘Preath’ by their fans and admirers. Both play for Manchester United in the English FA Women’s Super League and for the United States’ national women’s soccer team.
Christen Press and Tobin Heath
Heath and Press have never addressed the dating allegations surrounding her. On social media, neither of them has hinted at their relationship. However, the chemistry the two have on the pitch has led to speculation that they are dating.
Heath and Press both signed a one-year contract with Manchester United for the 2020/21 season in September 2020, adding fuel to the rumor. They were also quarantined in England for several weeks after leaving their native nation for the event.
While the contract and quarantine may be coincidental to their professional pursuits, their supporters may rest confident that they are more than just teammates. They’ve gone so far as to create various Instagram pages solely dedicated to the two.
A lesbian pair even made a YouTube reaction film in 2019 with various short video snippets of Heath and Press. The video received a lot of attention, as well as comments from fans implying that they were dating.
Heath and Press acted nervously in front of the camera while having any physical contact, according to one fan, implying that they were having an affair. She also claimed that their secrecy was revealed because they didn’t post images of one other on social media despite spending a lot of time together.
“Definitely a pair,” said another commenter. While there are many fans that ship ‘Preath,’ no official confirmation has been made. We respect their want for privacy, regardless of whether they are dating or not.
Heath, who was born Tobin Powell Heath on May 29, 1988, has always loved soccer. She began playing when she was four years old and trained with boys during her senior year of high school. With the Tar Heels, she was a member of the All-America national championship team in 2006.
The 32-year-old made her professional debut with the New Jersey Wildcats in 2004-05, then moved on to the Hudson Valley Quickstrike Lady Blues in 2007 and the Pali Blues in 2009. She spent one season with Atlanta Beat in 2010. She then went on to play for Sky Blue FC and the New York Fury for a season. After that, she joined Paris Saint-Germain for the 2013-14 season.
Heath was named US Soccer Athlete of the Year in 2016 after being named “the USA’s most skilled player” by the United States Soccer Federation.