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Matthews is the latest to sign on with the Vixens

Bristol City Women are delighted to confirm that defender Jasmine Matthews has signed a new contract with the club.

Matthews, 24, began her football with Truro City and has spent her entire professional career with Bristol City Women.

An England Youth International, she has represented England at U17, 19 and 23 level.

Upon re-signing, Matthews is delighted to be staying in familiar surroundings.

She said “With the club returning to WSL 1, I am delighted to be staying and once again testing myself against the best players in England. This club is very close to my heart and I feel honoured every time that I pull on the shirt”

“I had a tough time with injury during the Spring Series, but on my return in the latter games I felt my form was returning and now I am at full fitness I am raring to go in September when the season starts.”

Vixens Manager Willie Kirk is delighted to retain one of his longest serving players.

He added “Jasmine has seen the club transition from semi-pro to full time and change names. Throughout the process she has continued to grow and develop as a player and she epitomises what the club is about.”

“She is a senior player at the club and her experience will be key this coming season as we embark on WSL 1, I am delighted she is staying.”

 

 

 

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