Liverpool Ladies are delighted to announce the addition of England U23 international defender Lucy Bronze and German U20 midfielder Nicole Rolser.
Rolser was part of Germany's U19 European Championship-winning side of 2011 and the U20 World Cup runners-up team of 2012. The 20-year-old has previously played for German outfits Bad Neuenahr and VfL Sindelfingen.
Bronze (below) has gained England caps at all levels from U17 to U23 and featured in the Three Lions U19 European Championship-winning side of 2009.
The 21-year-old has previously played for English clubs Blyth Town, Sunderland and Everton and was awarded player of the match in the FA Women's Cup final of 2009 during the Black Cats' 2-1 defeat to Arsenal.
During the summer of 2009, Bronze (below) played in the US, where she became the first British player to win an NCAA Cup.
She told Liverpoolfc.com: "After much deliberation about my future, I decided to join Liverpool Ladies as a fresh start and a new challenge.
"I'm looking forward to joining Whitney Engen, an old teammate of mine. She is someone I know I can learn a lot from and someone I look up to as a player."
Rolser (below) added: "I'm looking forward to a new challenge both personally and within football in a new country. Liverpool Ladies has a very professional set-up. I'm sure it is possible for Liverpool to build for a long period of success."
Manager Matt Beard said: "I'm delighted that Lucy has decided to sign for Liverpool. Lucy is one of the best young defenders in England, she can play anywhere in the back four and was one of Everton's most consistent performers last season.
"Lucy is an U23 England international and I'm confident that she will be in the senior squad before too long. We are building a strong squad and our defence is starting to take shape and will offer good competition for places.
"Nicole is a fantastic signing for not only Liverpool but for the FA WSL. She is a quick and tricky winger, who can player either right or left. She is a German youth international who has won the European Championships and been a World Cup runner-up, she will bring flair and pace to our side and I for one can't wait to work with her."