One of the most iconic female footballers of this generation, Casey Stoney takes pride in having won all there is to win in the English game, whilst being a huge role model for females of all ages off it.
Having won eight major honours, including two Premier League titles, Stoney stands alone at the forefront of the women’s game. At international level, she is England’s third-most capped player of all-time, whilst having also captained Team GB to a Quarter Final finish at the 2012 London Olympic Games. In 2018, she was appointed as assistant manager of the England Women’s national team, working alongside Phil Neville. Away from football, Stoney was also named on the Independent’s list of most influential lesbian and gay people in the UK, in addition to being awarded an honorary degree by the University of Essex for her influence both within and away from the game.
- 130 caps for England
- 2 x Premier League, 4 x FA Cup, 4 x League Cup winner
- England Women’s Assistant Manager