Squad Number 8:
Cheryl is Liverpool's longest serving player, having joined the club back in 2002 and remaining with the Reds ever since. Born in Bangor, Wales, 'Foz' is one of only two players to play more than 50 times for her country, and she continues to wear the red of both Liverpool and Wales with pride.
A P.E teacher, 'Foz' is a skillful striker and boasts a prolific Liverpool scoring record, which includes the club's first ever WSL goal, scored in the 3-3 draw against Everton.
Why I love football:
"While playing football with my dad in the local park and back garden I found that I was good at it. I really enjoy the thrill of playing and scoring. I watched Italia 90 as a kid and loved watching Schillaci and Lineker scoring the goals. After that, I was hooked!"Career Highlight :
The best match that 'Foz' has ever taken part in was a European Cup qualifier against Germany. The game was played in Germany in front of a capacity crowd of 20,000.
Her proudest moment as a footballer so far was achieving fifty caps for Wales – she was only the second player to do so. Her fiftieth game also saw her sport the captain’s armband in a 3-0 victory against Slovenia.
Wales: 60 caps
Wales under-20s: 1 cap
Wales under-18s: 4 caps
Wales under-16 Caps: 5
Conwy Devils F.C. (boys team)
Bangor City Ladies F.C.