Arsenal Women


Williams What I’ve learned in England so far

Lydia Williams

Lydia Williams learned plenty during her first year in north London.

The Australia international joined us from Melbourne City last summer and has made 11 appearances across all competitions, battling alongside Manuela Zinsberger for a place in the starting XI.

“It’s so technical [here in England]!” Williams told “That’s probably the biggest difference, that everyone has wonderful technique and they can read the game and know how to use that on the football pitch.

“It’s been great to use my brain and learn some new skills and everything, especially here at Arsenal where there’s wonderful international players, which is incredible. I’ve never been in such a team that has such a wealth of experience.

“It was a pretty rough start for me being injured at the first little bit of [last season], but everyone has been so lovely and took me under their wing to make sure that I had everything that I needed. Obviously the club, the staff and most importantly my team-mates have all made me feel so welcome and I’ve really enjoyed my time here so far.”

Player of the season

Vote for your 20/21 Women's Player of the Season

It's time to vote for your Women's Player of the Season, presented by Mastercard!

Our first contender is Caitlin Foord, who finished her first full campaign in north London with 12 goals and eight assists in just 20 starts.


Highlights: Tottenham 0-3 Arsenal Women

Or has Kim Little's influence caught your eye the most? Our captain led by example yet again, producing a number of commanding performances in midfield before keeping her cool to net from the spot against Everton and secure Women's Champions League football next season.


Highlights: Everton 1-2 Arsenal Women

Katie McCabe has been our creator-in-chief this season. The Republic of Ireland captain has set up more goals than any other player with 13, and also netted stunning goals against Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa. 


Aston Villa 0-4 Arsenal Women - Highlights

Perhaps Vivianne Miedema has done enough to secure your vote once again? Our No 11 hit 25 goals in 27 appearances across all competitions, creating another nine. Miedema's goalscoring form included a north London derby hat-trick and four goals in a single game against London City Lionesses.


Highlights: London City Lionesses 0-4 Arsenal Women

Our final contender is Leah Williamson, who played in all but two of our games this season, helping us keep 12 clean sheets in all competitions while also chipping in with a goal and four assists.


Women: West Ham 1-9 Arsenal | Highlights

So who is your 2020/21 Women's Player of the Season, presented by Mastercard? Have your say below!

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