Who needs the Glazers! Serena Williams’ 5-year-old daughter Olympia is ‘youngest two-team owner in pro sports’ after snapping up LA Golf Club – adding to portfolio that already includes Angel City FC
Serena Williams’ daughter Olympia has become the proud owner of her second professional sports club – at the tender age of just five.
Olympia – full name Alexis Olympia Ohanian, Jr – was announced as the co-owner of LA Golf Club by her entrepreneur dad Alexis Ohanian this week – as he posted a sweet snap of the elementary student hitting a golf ball on a pristine green.
The five-year-old already part-owns women’s soccer franchise Angel City, also based in Los Angeles. Co-owners at the club also include Eva Longoria, Natalie Portman and Christina Aguilera.
Ohanian explained that she’s not even the youngest co-owner, as her yet-to-be born sibling – due to arrive in the summer – will also be involved in running the high profile golf club.
Swing when you’re winning: Olympia Ohanian tees off at LA GolF Club, where she is now a part owner
He told his 782,000 followers on Thursday: ‘Announcing my fellow co-owner of @wearelagc… @olympiaohanian!
‘Olympia is the youngest owner in professional sports (@weareangelcity) and is now the youngest 2-team owner in professional sports.’
He added: ‘She’ll be joined by her future sibling’.
Williams and Ohanian are currently expecting their second child together.
The 41-year-old tennis superstar – who retired from the game last year – revealed she is pregnant with her second child on the Met Gala red carpet this year .
The enterprising elementary student can now count two clubs in her portfolio – she’s also a part owner of women’s soccer franchise Angel City
Sporting genes: The five-year-old – pictured as a toddler with her mum on a tennis court – will have a sibling this summer
Three years ago, Serena announced that her daughter was a ‘Proud Owner Angel City’ showing shots of the then two-year-old Olympia with a soccer ball.
Actress Natalie Portman and a number of high-profile partners currently help fund the women’s sports team.
Angel City shares its 22,000-seater BMO Stadium with LAFC, the current MLS cup holder.
Portman’s recent Netflix docuseries, released in May, details Angel City’s first season in the NWSL – where they finished a respectable eighth place in the standings.
Back in 2020, Serena Williams announced her two-year-old daughter had part ownership in the women’s soccer franchise Angel City