To qualify to appear on this page it is necessary to appear in a First Team game for a club in the Women's National League or Women's Super League or have gained International honours.
AGGIE BEEVER-JONES (Hall School Wimbledon) represented the ISFA Girls U16 national team and also represented England at various youth age levels from U15 – U18 and made her Chelsea debut in the WSL coming as a sub in the 4-0 victory over Aston Villa, a game that saw Chelsea break the WSL record of 32 matches unbeaten. Aggie was also an unused substitute for Chelsea in the 2021 UEFA Champions League Final against Barcelona.
ELLEN JONES (Cathedral School) former ISFA U16 & U18 Girls national representative player who represented England at U17 and U18 age groups, having previously represented Wales U17 against Northern Ireland and Wales U15 against Scotland, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland. Ellen made her WSL debut for Bristol City in the 2020-21 season and is a regular member of the first team squad.
SOPHIE GILLIES (Kings College Taunton) represented the ISFA Girls U16 & U18 team. She also was a regular for Exeter City Ladies First Team during the 2018/19 season who won promotion to the National league after winning the South West Premier Division. Sophie won the league golden boot scoring 43 goals in 20 league games in her first full season in Women’s football.
LEILANNI NESBETH (Bede’s) represented the ISFA Girls U16 & U18 team. She also represented Bermuda in the 2017 CONCACAF U17 Girls Tournament, scoring in their opening game, a 3-0 win against St Lucia. (Number 10 in the picture). Leilanni qualified with Bermuda from the CONCACAF Qualification tournament topping a group that included Cuba, Jamaica, Trinidad, Haiti etc, and finished as the leading scorer in the tournament.
POPPY BASTOCK (Leicester Grammar) current ISFA U16 & U18 Girls national representative player who represented England at U16 and U17 level.
ELLIE BRINDLEY (Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls): currently a ISFA U16 Girls national representative player and also a member of the England U15 squad, making her international debut in October 2017 against Scotland.
JOSIE LONGHURST (Sackville School): currently a ISFA U16 Girls national representative player who represented Wales U17 in the U17 UEFA European Championships playing against Denmark, France and Khazhakstan.
SOPHIE TUDOR (St Josephs): currently a ISFA U18 Girls national representative player who represented Wales U17 against Denmark. Sophie also plays in the WSL for Tottenham Hotspur Ladies and has previously captained their development team in the FAWSL Development League.
SARAH HILL (Kings College Taunton): Was an ISFA U18 girls national representative player who made her WSL2 debut for Yeovil Town Ladies in 2015 against Oxford United and was a regular before joining Concord University in America. Sarah was also a regular member of England U15, U16 and U17 squads.
AMELIA SHINER (South Hampstead School): currently a ISFA U18 Girls national representative player who captained the Great Britain Football Team at the 2017 Maccabiah Games in America. Amelia has represented Great Britain at a number of Maccabiah Games and is also a member of the MK Dons first team squad currently playing in the Women’s Premier League.
KELLIE LARKIN (Bede’s) played for Chelsea Ladies FC in the Womens Super League (WSL) Development League, having signed in Summer 2014 from Brighton & Hove Albion where she came through the ranks of the Centre of Excellence and Reserve team. After regularly attending England training camps from the age of 13. Kellie was given her first England U17 International Cap on tour in Madrid in April 2013 against host nation Spain. She has also been on tour in Iceland July 2013 playing the likes of Sweden and Denmark. Since then Kellie has represented her country 7 times and was involved with the England U19s. She was a member of the ISFA U18 Girls Squad, having won her ISFA international cap against Australia Schools in January 2014.
GRACE RAPP (Millfield School) played for Keynsham Town Ladies in the 5th round of the FA Cup in 2013 before winning a scholarship to a university in the USA.
RHIAN O'CALLAGHAN (Derby High School) played for Derby County Ladies FC in the FA Women's Premier League where she made her debut against Blackburn Rovers in March 2014, having progressed through from the Derby County Centre of Excellence. She won her first Schoolgirls International Cap when she represented England in Dublin in April 2012 in the Girls Under 15 Bob Docherty Cup and later that year against Scotland in the Girls Under 15 Lloyds TSB Cup. She was member of the ISFA U18 Girls Squad, having won her ISFA international caps against Australia Schools in January 2014, and January 2015
TOR CALDWELL (Bedford Girls School) represented the ISFA Girls U18 Team for two season, 2013-14 and 2014-15. She played for Northampton Town and Milton Keynes before signing for Queens Park Rangers, where she progressed through the U20 and Reserve Team before making her First Team debut in the FA Women’s Premier League Southern Division in 2015. Currently studying at Sheffield University, she holds dual registration and can also be found playing for Sheffield United in the North-East Regional League
KAYLEIGH BONWICK (Bede's) made here debut for Lewes in the FA Women's Premier League (South) in a match against Plymouth Argyle in October 2014 whilst still at school and, at the same time playing for the ISFA U18 Representative Team.