Details about Kurt Zouma’s wife Sandra Zouma
West Ham defender Kurt Zouma has made headlines for all the wrong reasons following the release of a video of him assaulting a cat. He’s drawn criticism from many quarters, but he may avoid prosecution. West Ham will deal with the matter internally, and it is up to coach David Moyes to decide when to select Kurt again.
“I want to apologize for my actions. There are no excuses for my behavior, which I sincerely regret,” Zouma said in a statement. The video has tainted what has been a fine season for Zouma and West Ham.
This piece will look at Kurt Zouma’s wife, Sandra Zouma, and her dedication to animal welfare.
Kurt and his wife married when he was 19 and share three kids
Kurt and his wife Sandra met when they were teenagers in Lyon. They wed in 2012, when he was only 19 years.
The pair are devout Muslims who’ve welcomed three children. Kurt keeps their kids away from the limelight, though two of them did join him on the pitch following Chelsea’s 2017 EPL triumph.
Zouma works for a charity organization named Seed that plans to eradicate hunger
Kurt and Sandra work for the French charity organization Seed.
Seed is a project by footballers’ partners who want to create change in the world. The organization’s ambassadors include Kurt and other footballers such as Paul Pogba. Seed’s mission statement reads:
“Seed is run by footballers’ partners who believe that we need to help each other and be united. All from different backgrounds and places, they managed to come together and start a nonprofit organization in order to help as many people as possible in different countries. To do this, they use their partners’ celebrity to promote the website and the projects to fund.”
The organization recently concluded a fundraising campaign to renovate an animal shelter. Seed participated in the renovation project to help the animals develop behavior to survive in the wild.