Katie Sowers Birthday & Fun Facts

Height, Age, Net Worth, Biography & More

Christian Mba
Jan 30, 2024 By Christian Mba
Originally Published on Aug 24, 2022
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Katie Sowers is best known as the offensive assistant coach for the San Francisco 49ers.
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About Katie Sowers

Katie Sowers is in the National Football League as an American football coach who played for West Michigan Mayhem and Women's Football Alliance.

Katie Sowers is the first female football coach and one of the best in Super Bowl history. Katie Sowers joined the National Football League as a coach in 2016 for Atlanta Falcons and then as a coach for the San Francisco 49ers team.

She led the San Francisco 49ers to the NFC championship, making them eligible for Super Bowl LIV during her first season as a coach. Katie Sowers was born on August 7, 1986, in Hesston, Kansas City, United States of America. She started playing football at eight years old and played for the West Michigan Mayhem and Kansas City Titans while a student at Goshen College in the Women's Football Alliance. Her football career started with the Women's Football Alliance, and later on, she became an assistant coach for Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers.

Katie Sowers had a keen interest in football from an early age and grew up playing football with her friends and twin sister near her family home in Wichita, Kansas. She soon realized that she wished to become a coach in her life but was not sure if she would be the first female in the history of the Super Bowl.

During an interview, Katie stated that when she started working as a coach, she did not start with the intention of being the first female in the profile. She further added that she has never believed in being a part of the race to being the first as this leads to all girls thinking to be the first for everything, and as a result, they all end up competing against each other, making the journey even more difficult for women. She further added that rather than being the first, the focus should be to ensure there are many more women who are walking on this path.

Katie Sowers Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is Katie Sowers’ net worth?

The net worth of Katie Sowers is estimated to be around $500,000 as of July 2022.

How much does Katie Sowers earn per year?

Katie Sowers's earnings per year is estimated at $45,400- 120,500.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is Katie Sowers?

Katie Sowers is 5 ft 5 in (165 cm) tall.

How old is Katie Sowers?

As of August 2022, Katie Sowers is 36. She was born on August 7, 1986.

Childhood And Education

Katie Sowers was born on August 7, 1986, in Hesston, Kansas, USA. Her parents raised her in Kansas, and her twin sister Liz Sowers is a football player. Her parents are Floyd Sowers and Bonnie Sowers. Her father was the Women's Basketball coach at Bethel College for 10 years.

Katie Sowers completed her graduation from Hesston College, Goshen College. Katie also completed her master's degree from the University Of Central Missouri in Kinesiology in 2012.

Family, Romance And Relationships

Who is Katie Sowers dating?

Katie Sowers is currently dating Cara. Cara and Katie are often seen posting their pictures on Instagram.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Katie Sowers is best known as the famous National Football League (NFL) American Football coach. Katie started at the National Football League as a wide receiver's intern while working for Atlanta Falcons.

She is also known for being the first female football coach in the NFL and Super Bowl. She became famous when the San Francisco 49ers won the NFC Championship and entered the Super Bowl LIV during her first season.

Charity Work

She is often seen encouraging people to be themselves no matter what people perceive them to be.

What awards has Katie Sowers won?

Katie Sowers was a member of the Women's National Football Team while with the Kansas City Titans, when they won the 2013 IFAF Women's World Championship.

Other Interesting Katie Sowers Facts And Trivia

  • The San Francisco 49ers hired Katie Sowers as a season offensive assistant due to a fellowship program to get more minorities in the NFL.
  • While working with the San Francisco 49ers, Katie was promoted to offensive assistant in 2019.
  • Before this, Katie Sowers worked as a season intern for Atlanta Falcons when she started her career as a football coach.
  • Katie Sowers played as a member of the Women's national football team of America when they won the IFAF Women's World Championship in 2013.
  • Due to a hip injury in 2016, Katie Sowers retired from the Women's Football Alliance and started her football career again as a coach.
  • Her zodiac sign is Leo.

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Katie Sowers Birthday & Fun Facts Facts

Birth Name

Katie Sowers

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165 cm


American Football Coach


Hesston College, Goshen College, University of Central Missouri

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Floyd Sowers, Bonnie Sowers
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