England captain and Liverpool player, Casey Stoney, is one of the most influential and respected players in women’s Soccer. The defender started her playing career with Chelsea Ladies at the tender age of twelve and has gone on to enjoy huge achievements in both the domestic and international game.
Consistently successful, she won the Women’s FA Cup on 2001, aged 19, and again fifteen years later in 2016, aged 34. She has also won the Women’s Premier League twice and the FA Cup and Premier League Cups four times each.
Casey made her England debut as substitute against France in 2000 and went on to make over 125 appearances for the national side. She became England captain in 2012 and was honoured to be chosen as captain of the Team GB squad at the 2012 Olympics in London.
She was part of the England team that reached the final of Euro 2009 and the quarter-finals of the World Cup in 2007. The FA named her International Player of the Year in 2007-08.
In the domestic game, she has played for Chelsea, Charlton Athletic, Lincoln and Arsenal, and moved to Liverpool in December 2016. She was also player manager at Chelsea for a brief period in 2009, following the resignation of Steve Jones. Casey Stoney is a strong spokesperson for the women’s game and was given an honorary degree by the University of Essex in 2015 in recognition of her services to the sport.
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