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Thank you Jasmine Matthews

Everyone at Bristol City Women would like to thank Jasmine Matthews and wish her a successful future after her transfer to Liverpool Ladies FC. 

The central defender has been with the Vixens for almost a decade and is a product of Bristol City Women's Academy system.

The twenty-seven year-old said, "Bristol was an amazing club for me, playing there for many years and being part of the pathway has been special. Bristol will always have a place in my heart! I would like to thank everyone who has played a part in all of those years.

"I wish Bristol all the best in the future."

Jas was a popular figure amongst the team, a fan favourite and has been a regular figure at the club's community delivery, attending holiday sports camps and multi-sport activities through Bristol Sport Foundation's, Forever Sport programme.

Jasmine Matthews volunteering at Bristol Sport Foundation's Forever Sport programme.

Everyone at the club would like to wish her the best in her future endeavours and we look forward to welcoming her back at the Stoke Gifford Stadium. 


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