Club captain Sophie Bradley-Auckland joined Liverpool FC Women in July 2018.
Sophie came through the youth system at her hometown club, Nottingham Forest. She moved to Leeds in 2006, where she spent four years, captaining the side to success in the FA Premier League Cup in 2010 and reaching the final in 2007 and the FA Women's Cup final in 2008.
The centre-back joined Lincoln Ladies in the summer of 2010, the club later renamed Notts County Ladies. After leaving Notts County in 2017 she joined Doncaster Rovers Belles and helped them to win the WSL2 title.
Bradley-Auckland signed for Liverpool the next year and played in every game in her first season, being named Players' Player of the Year.
Internationally, she played at the World Cup for England in 2011 and the Olympics for Team GB in 2012.
Away from the pitch, Sophie is also manager of a family-run care home in Nottingham.
Click here to read why Sophie's Liverpool FC Women's career is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.