Kim Little

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Player Profile
Name: Kim Little
Squad Number: 10
Date of Birth: June 29, 1990
Place of Birth: Mintlaw, Scotland
Signed for Arsenal: 2008. Rejoined in October 2016
Signed from: Seattle Reign 
Arsenal debut v Leeds United, Women’s Premier League, March 2, 2008 (won 4-0)
First Arsenal goal v Chelsea (H), Women’s Premier League, April 24, 2008 (won 4-1)

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SWPL Championship: 2006/07

Scottish Women's Cup: 2006/07

Premier League Cup: 2006/07

NWSL Shield: 2013/14, 2014/15

W-League Premiership: 2015/16

W-League Championship: 2015/16

Premier League Cup: 2008/09

Premier League Championship: 2008/09, 2009/10

Continental League Cup: 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2017/18, 2022/23, 2023/24

Women's FA Cup: 2008/09, 2010/11, 2012/13

Barclays FA Women's Super League: 2010/11, 2011/12, 2018/19

International career 140 caps and 59 goals for Scotland

 

Last season was one of slight frustration for the captain, who missed most of November and was then injured in her second game back – the 4-1 win over Chelsea at Emirates Stadium in December. She returned in mid-February and was soon back to her influential best, scoring penalties in victories over London City Lionesses and Manchester United, lifting the Continental Cup – her 15th major trophy here – and completing 129 of her 130 passes in the 5-0 win over Bristol City in April 2024. 

The skipper is a club legend, with 176 goals as at the start of the season – second only to Jayne Ludlow’s 211 – and has more than 300 appearances to her name. Kim joined us from Hibernian in 2008 at the age of 17, and by the time she left for Seattle Reign six years later was regarded as one of the best creative players in the world. Known for her close control, dribbling skills and vision, she enjoyed more success in the United States and Australia with Melbourne City before returning to north London in 2017 and taking the armband a year later. 

Kim made her Scotland debut aged 16 and won 140 caps, scoring 59 goals, before retiring from international duty in 2021. 

 

Kim Little Stats
  2023/24 season   Career  
  Apps Goals Apps Goals
Women's Super League 14 starts, 3 subs 1 182 starts, 9 subs 88
Champions League 2 starts 0 61 starts, 2 subs 37
FA Cup 1 sub 0 41 starts, 3 subs 27
Continental Cup 2 starts, 2 subs 1 36 starts, 5 subs 24
TOTAL 18 starts, 6 subs 2 320 starts, 19 subs 176
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