Hull City Ladies F.C.

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Hull City Ladies F.C.
Hull City Ladies FC Logo
Full nameHull City Ladies FC
GroundHaworth Park, Hull
Coordinates53°43′02.42″N 0°30′00.61″W / 53.7173389°N 0.5001694°W / 53.7173389; -0.5001694Coordinates: 53°43′02.42″N 0°30′00.61″W / 53.7173389°N 0.5001694°W / 53.7173389; -0.5001694
ChairmanDanny Johnson
LeagueFA Women's National League North
2019–20FA Women's National League North (season abandoned)
WebsiteClub website

Hull City Ladies F.C. is an English women's football club. They currently play in the FA Women's National League North. They are not affiliated with Hull City A.F.C. and are based in Hull. Hull City Ladies home ground is Haworth Park, Hull, HU6 7DY.


The Club was formed in 2001 and played in the Yorkshire & Humberside league before being promoted to North East Women's Premier League 2005–06. Just two years later they were champions of that league and were promoted to Northern Combination, but only stayed for two seasons and was back playing in the NEWPL. In 2011–12 the club merged with Beverley Town Ladies and in four years have gained promotion to the Women's Premier League Northern Division One after finishing champions of the 2014–15 season. The club has grown significantly over the last year, hence the need for the creation of a reserve team, who will play in the Women's Premier League Reserves Division.


First Team Squad[edit]

As of 28 August 2020.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK England ENG Abbi Wallace
2 DF England ENG Eden Pedersen
3 DF England ENG Meg Render
4 MF England ENG Emma WestMorland
5 DF England ENG Ellice Jackman
6 DF England ENG Tilly Oxley
7 MF England ENG Liberty Bott
8 MF England ENG Ellie Tanser
9 MF England ENG Jo Symington
10 FW England ENG Rachael Ackroyd
11 FW England ENG Rebecca Beech
12 FW England ENG Emily Smith
13 GK England ENG Sharla Cone
14 MF England ENG Katie Thompson
15 DF England ENG Suey Smith
16 MF England ENG Harley Skinner
17 MF England ENG Mary Lisle
18 MF England ENG Aaliyah Allen
19 MF England ENG Bethany Padget
20 MF England ENG Abbey Frederiksen
No. Pos. Nation Player
21 MF England ENG Alice Stewart
22 England ENG Anna Vince
23 FW England ENG Holly Johnson-Collier
24 England ENG Emily Spence
25 DF England ENG Florence Pegrum
26 DF England ENG Annabel Williams
27 MF England ENG Maddie Blundell
28 England ENG Aoife Brannigan
29 England ENG Ace Kelly
30 FW England ENG Jennifer Randall
31 England ENG Faith Martin
32 MF England ENG Lily Tankard
33 England ENG Lucy McIntosh
34 England ENG Lucy Warner-Bull
35 FW England ENG Emma Innes
36 England ENG Amy Beech
37 MF England ENG Scarlet Howard
38 MF England ENG Tess Kirven
39 DF England ENG Mollie Reaney
40 GK England ENG Megan Cooke
41 England ENG Jess Burton

Former players[edit]


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FA Cup[edit]

The club always enter into the prestigious FA Cup to test themselves against teams in higher divisions and other counties. In the 2018–19 season, the club reached the third round for the first time, before being beaten 3–0 at home by AFC Wimbledon Ladies

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