NewsLFC Women represented by Natasha Dowie at National Football Museum exhibition
A special item in the history of Liverpool FC Women has gone on display at the National Football Museum.
It is part of a new collaboration between the Barclays Women’s Super League and the museum to increase the representation of women’s football memorabilia at the venue.
With the support of the Football Association and WSL clubs, the museum is committed to growing their collection of women’s memorabilia in the coming seasons.
Ahead of the opening weekend of the 2023-24 campaign, each of the division’s 12 clubs made a donation or loan that will initially form a temporary exhibition.
LFC Women are represented by the match shirt worn by Natasha Dowie in which she became the first player to score 20 goals for the Reds in the WSL, netting against Manchester City Women in May.
Dowie added one more WSL goal before announcing her recent retirement and has now taken up a new role as an LFC Women’s ambassador.
The FA’s director of women’s football, Baroness Sue Campbell, said: “We’re currently living in an era where we are seeing the greatest of the women’s game thrive and make their own impact – and history is being made right now.
“We’re all very excited to see this collaboration flourish over the coming years, with more pieces of women’s football history taking centre stage for future generations to enjoy.”
- Pay your tribute to Dowie at the women's Merseyside derby at Anfield – tickets start at just £1 for U18s, so grab yours now here