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SIGNED | Wrexham AFC sign Liv Fuller

Experienced defender joins until end of season

7 February 2024

Club News

SIGNED | Wrexham AFC sign Liv Fuller

Experienced defender joins until end of season

7 February 2024

Wrexham AFC Women are delighted to confirm the signing of ex-Wales youth international Liv Fuller, who has signed a contract until the end of the 2023/24 season.

Fuller, 26, has represented Wales up to Under-19s level while also captaining Liverpool to FA Girls Youth Cup Final victory.

After advancing through the Liverpool Centre of Excellence, Fuller moved to Sheffield FC and then AFC Fylde, playing in the FA Women’s National League Northern Premier Division.

She has been training with the Club as she regained fitness following injury, and will now look to play her part in the final part of the season.

On signing, Fuller said: “I’m very excited. It’s been a long-time coming, but as soon as I spoke to Steve Dale I knew this was going to be the Club I was going to make my comeback for.

“I’ve known him since I was younger, and he sold the Club to me. The vision they have, the prospects going forward and their ambitions are exactly what I have as a player too – I’m very excited to get back.”

Highly-rated from a young age, Fuller joined Liverpool at the age of nine and captained them to victory in the FA Girls Youth Cup Final in 2014 against an Everton squad that included new team-mate Louisha Doran.

She also captained Wales at youth level, scoring against England as an Under-16, before embarking on her senior career.

Manager Steve Dale said of her signing: “I'm delighted to welcome Liv to the squad, she is a player who I have known for a long time and I'm very excited to see how her qualities will bolster the squad for the remainder of the season.

“She is a player that brings a wealth of experience and has captained AFC Fylde for a number of years; we're very proud that we can attract a player with Liv's calibre to Wrexham.

“She will be a fantastic addition and although it's been a long road for her, she has shown a lot of resilience in her recovery from injury and we can't wait to see her return to the pitch for the run in and showcase what she can do in a red shirt."

Wrexham AFC Women complete their Phase One fixtures at home to Cardiff Met on Sunday (February 11) at the Rock, for a 5.10pm kick-off.

The Red Dragons will then return to competitive action in the Bute Energy Welsh Cup semi-finals against TNS on March 3, before competing in the top-four for the second phase of fixtures, starting the following week.


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