American soccer player Tobin Heath has been romantically linked with fellow teammate Christian Press — the duo is even shipped as 'Preath' by their fans and followers.

The pair play for the Manchester United of the English FA Women's Super League and the national women's soccer team of the United States. 

Tobin Heath and Christen Press

Heath has never commented on her dating rumors with Press, and neither has Press. The duo has also shed no hints on their relationship on social media handles. But the chemistry that the pair shares while on the pitch has made everyone believe they are a couple.

Adding fuel to the rumor, both Heath and Press signed a one-year contract with Manchester United for the 2020/21 season at the same time in September 2020. They also spent weeks-long quarantine in England after leaving their home country for the game.

While the contract and quarantine could be a coincidence of their professional endeavors, their fans are assured they are more than just teammates. So much so, they have even opened multiple Instagram accounts fully dedicated to the two. 

A lesbian couple even put up a reaction video on YouTube featuring many brief video clips of Heath and Press in 2019. The video garnered quite attention and also comments from fans who suggested they were dating.

One fan pointed out that the reason Heath and Press acted awkwardly in front of the camera while having any physical contact hinted that they had something going on.

She also suggested that their low-keyness — not posting pictures of one another on social media though spending a lot of time together — gave their secrets away.

Another commenter mentioned, "definitely a couple." While there are numerous fans that ship 'Preath,' there has been no official confirmation. Even if they are dating or not, we respect the fact they want to maintain privacy. 

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Heath Was Into Soccer From a Young Age

Born Tobin Powell Heath on May 29, 1988, Heath was into soccer from a young age. She played the game since the age of four and trained with boys during her senior year at high school.

She became a part of the All-America 2006 national championship team with the Tar Heels.

The 32-years-old got her breakthrough with the New Jersey Wildcats in 2004-05, after which she played for Hudson Valley Quickstrike Lady Blues in 2007 and Pali Blues in 2009.

In 2010, she spent one season with Atlanta Beat. Afterward, she subsequently played a season for Sky Blue FC and New York Fury. She then moved to France with Paris Saint-Germain for the 2013-14 season.

Having been titled as ‘the USA’s most skillful player’ by the United States Soccer Federation, Heath was even voted as the US Soccer Athlete of the Year in 2016.