Arsenal Women


‘I’m really looking forward to my new role!’

We officially announced that Jen Beattie is here to stay in north London on Tuesday morning - but this isn’t your typical contract extension. 

In addition to her playing duties, our No 5 will now take up a specialised mentoring role within our academy, where she’ll be tasked with guiding the next generation of talent looking to become the next Leah Williamson or Lotte Wubben-Moy!

“The academy ambassador role is probably one I'm most excited about because it's definitely something that the club has missed in recent years,” Beattie told

“My current role in the team is definitely changing. I think you become the more experienced role and the older you get, the more experience you have, the more you can kind of chat to younger players and help them along that process, and that's something that my contract is kind of changing for next year with a new ambassador role. 

“I’m really looking forward to it. It's definitely a new challenge for me and I have to give the club a lot of credit for that as well, for bridging the gap and making that seamless transition for Academy players coming into a first team environment. And if I can help that process in any way that I'm excited to do that. 

“I think I always wanted to have that initial chat with the club and the fact that they were so encouraging with it and we kind of created roles that didn't necessarily exist yet, but I think the older I get, the more I wanted to think about life beyond football and what I wanted to progress in. I think building for the future for that transition of academy players, coming into a first team environment, I think it's something that I think I can play a big role in and really look forward to that.” 

But Jen’s plans for the future aren’t done there. She will also contribute her expertise to our commercial and partnerships teams on an ongoing basis throughout the 2022/23 season. 

“From a more commercial standpoint, my degree was obviously in business and marketing when I was a kid, so to work with more sort of brand partnerships and endorsements for Arsenal Women is something that I'm really excited about to work within that as well.

“Obviously, we know that how many brand partnerships the club has on a much more global scale, but to really pinpoint them down towards Arsenal Women, I think women's football is in such a different stage to men that you can really pinpoint specific brands and partnerships to cater towards women's football or grow it as a club and as a sport, and that's something that I can't wait to focus on definitely next year.” 


Teyah Goldie signs professional contract

Teyah Goldie

We are delighted to confirm that Teyah Goldie has signed her first professional contract with us.

Teyah – who turns 18 today – has agreed a long-term deal to stay with the club she has represented for over ten years.

Teyah first joined our youth academy at the age of six in 2011, working her way up through the ranks before making her first-team debut off the bench in our 10-0 FA Cup win over Gillingham on 18 April 2021.

In total, she has made six appearances for our first team so far, including a substitute appearance in our UEFA Women’s Champions League clash with Okzhetpes in August 2021.

Teyah joined Championship side Watford on a dual-registration agreement in January 2022 and won the club’s Player of the Month award for February, before a knee injury curtailed her 2021/22 campaign.

“It feels unbelievable to finally be signing with the club that I love and that I’ve been with all my life almost,” said Teyah. “I’m absolutely delighted. I don’t think I can really put it into words. It’s something that I’ve always dreamed of and now it’s become a reality – I just can’t wait to get going. I’m a Gooner myself so to actually sign here, for the club that I love and support, is just incredible.”

Head Coach Jonas Eidevall added: “It’s great news that Teyah has signed her first professional contract with us. Our academy has a long tradition of producing talented players for the first team and we all believe that Teyah has the potential to follow that path.”

Head of Women’s Football Clare Wheatley said: “We’re delighted that Teyah has committed her future to us through her first professional contract. She has shown impressive development in recent years and follows the likes of Leah Williamson and Lotte Wubben-Moy in coming through our renowned academy and into the first-team set-up, where we have high hopes for her future progression.”

Everyone at the club would like to congratulate Teyah on signing her first professional contract and looks forward to seeing her continue her development with us.

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