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City Women squad numbers revealed

The Robins have unveiled their squad numbers ahead of the 2021/22 FA Championship season.

There are fresh faces aplenty in the Bristol City Women squad this season, which means the Robins have a near enough fresh set of squad numbers as they embark on the upcoming season.

Club captain for the 2021/22 campaign Aimee Palmer has switched to number 6, which was vacated by previous skipper Jasmine Matthews.

Abi Harrison has picked up the vacant number 7, whilst defensive duo Ella Powell Powell and Lia Cataldo will occupy the 2 and 3 shirt respectively.

City also have a new number 9 in prolific Championship goalscorer Melissa Johnson, with Simran Jhamat wearing the number 10 shirt and Satara Murray in 44.

Choe O’Connor will wear number 11 and her fellow Welsh compatriot Ffion Morgan has picked up the number 24.

City have a new number 1 in goalkeeper Sophie Whitehouse while loanee duo Fran Bentley (goalkeeper) will wear number 26 and Aggie Beever-Jones has 23. 

City Women squad numbers in full: 

1. Sophie Whitehouse (GK)
2. Ella Powell
3. Lia Cataldo
4. Brooke Aspin
5. Naomi Layzell
6. Aimee Palmer (C)
7. Abi Harrison
8. Ava Kuyken
9. Melissa Johnson
10. Simran Jhamat
11. Chloe O'Connor 
12. Flo Allen
14. Jasmine Bull
17. Gwen Davies
18. Maisy Collis
19. Izzy Cook
20. Maddi Wilde
23. Aggie Beever-Jones
24. Ffion Morgan 
25. Erin Foley (GK)
26. Fran Bentley (GK)
27. Jesse Woolley
44. Satara Murray

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