Women's Super League One: 2016 transfer list

Fara Williams, Natasha Dowie, Karen Carney
England's Fara Williams, Natasha Dowie and Karen Carney all made winter moves ahead of the 2016 season

The Women's Super League transfer window re-opened on Friday, 3 June and will close on Thursday, 30 June.

After the pre-season transfer window from 1 January to 18 March and the first half of the league campaign, Manchester City Women lead the WSL 1 table ahead of defending champions Chelsea Ladies and third-placed Birmingham City.

Keep up to date with all of the key confirmed signings before the season resumes on 26 June.


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Women's Super League's top 10 transfers


Katie McCabe (Shelbourne FC, forward)

Danielle van de Donk (Goteborg FC, midfielder)

Fara Williams (Liverpool, midfielder)

Josephine Henning (Paris St-Germain, defender)

Asisat Oshoala (Liverpool, striker)


Siobhan Chamberlain (Liverpool, goalkeeper)

Chioma Ubogagu (Houston Dash, forward)

Jade Bailey (Chelsea, midfielder)

Carla Humphrey (Doncaster Rovers Belles, midfielder, on loan)

Birmingham City

David Parker
Birmingham manager David Parker has guided his side up to third in the league table


Andrine Hegerberg (Kopparbergs/Gothenburg, midfielder)

Isabelle Linden (FFC Frankfurt, striker)

Marisa Ewers (Bayer Leverkusen, defender)

Corina Schroder, (Liverpool, defender)

Ann-Katrin Berger (PSG, goalkeeper)


Jo Potter (Unattached, midfielder)

Jade Moore (Unattached, midfielder)

Remi Allen (Reading, midfielder)

Christina Torkildsen (Coventry United, midfielder)

Karen Carney (Chelsea, midfielder)

Chelsea Weston (Notts County, defender)

Becky Spencer (Chelsea, goalkeeper)


Karen Carney
Karen Carney played in six of England's seven games at last summer's World Cup, scoring two goals


Karen Carney (Birmingham City, winger)

Becky Spencer (Birmingham City, goalkeeper)

Jade Bailey (Arsenal, midfielder)

Beth England (Doncaster Rovers Belles, midfielder)


Marija Banusic (Eskilstuna, forward)

Marie Hourihan (Manchester City, goalkeeper)

Jenna Dear (Everton, midfielder)

Laura Coombs (Liverpool, midfielder, on loan)

Millie Farrow (Bristol City, striker, on loan)

Jodie Brett (Bristol City, midfielder, on loan)

Atlanta Primus (Yeovil Town, midfielder)

Doncaster Rovers Belles

Natasha Dowie
Striker Natasha Dowie scored 14 goals in all competitions for Liverpool last season


Jess Sigsworth (Notts County, striker)

Anna Moorhouse (Durham, goalkeeper)

Becky Easton (Liverpool, defender)

Katrin Omarsdottir (Liverpool, midfielder)

Natasha Dowie (Liverpool, striker)

Carla Humphrey (Arsenal, midfielder, on loan)

Alexandra Gummer (Adelaide United, defender)

Maz Pacheco (Liverpool, defender, on loan)


Beth England (Chelsea, midfielder)


Siobhan Chamberlain
Siobhan Chamberlain has previously played for Chelsea, Birmingham, Bristol, Arsenal and Notts County


Sophie Ingle (Bristol City, midfielder)

Siobhan Chamberlain (Arsenal, goalkeeper)

Laura Coombs (Chelsea, midfielder, on loan)

Caroline Weir (Bristol City, midfielder)

Emma Lundh (Lillestrom SK, striker)

Mandy van den Berg (Lillestrom SK, defender)

Natasha Harding (Manchester City, midfielder)

Alex Greenwood (Notts County, defender)

Shanice Van De Sanden (FC Twente, striker)


Becky Easton (Doncaster Rovers Belles, defender)

Ingrid Ryland (undisclosed club, defender)

Line Smorsgard (undisclosed club, striker)

Katrin Omarsdottir (Doncaster Rovers Belles, midfielder)

Libby Stout (Boston Breakers, goalkeeper)

Natasha Dowie (Doncaster Rovers Belles, striker)

Fara Williams (Arsenal, midfielder)

Lucy Staniforth (Sunderland, midfielder)

Hannah Dale (Bristol, midfielder, on loan)

Corina Schroder, (Birmingham City, defender)

Maz Pacheco (Doncaster Rovers Belles, defender, on loan)

Manchester City

Jane Ross
Scotland striker Jane Ross scored 51 goals in 82 games during three seasons with Swedish side Vittsjo


Tessel Middag (Ajax, midfielder)

Megan Campbell (Florida State University, defender)

Jane Ross (Vittsjo, striker)

Marie Hourihan (Chelsea, goalkeeper)

Nikita Parris (Everton, striker)

Kosovare Asllani (Paris St-Germain, striker)


Krystle Johnston (Sunderland, midfielder)

Emma Lipman (Sheffield FC, defender)

Kathleen Radtke (MSV Duisburg, defender)

Natasha Flint (Notts County, striker)

Alex Brooks (Everton, goalkeeper, on loan)

Natasha Harding (Liverpool, midfielder)

Georgia Brougham (Everton, defender)

Notts County

Natasha Flint
Natasha Flint is an England Under-23 international who played 11 times for Manchester City last season


Jo Potter (Unattached, midfielder)

Jade Moore (Unattached, midfielder)

Lizzie Durack (Havard University, goalkeeper)

Natasha Flint (Preston North End, striker)

Megan Walsh (Everton, goalkeeper)

Maja Krantz (Linkoping, defender)

Angharad James (Bristol City, midfielder)

Aivi Luik (Melbourne, defender)

Chelsea Weston (Birmingham, defender)

Rachel Yankey (Arsenal, midfielder, on loan)


Jess Sigsworth (Doncaster Rovers Belles, striker)

Alex Greenwood (Liverpool, defender)

Desiree Scott (Kansas City, midfielder)


Jade Boho-Sayo
Jade Boho-Sayo is an Equatorial Guinea international with Champions League experience


Remi Allen (Birmingham City, midfielder)

Kayleigh Hines (Oxford United, midfielder)

Amber Stobbs (Washington Spirit, striker)

Jade Boho-Sayo (Bristol City, striker)

Mary Earps (Bristol City, goalkeeper)


Ellie Wilson (Bristol City, defender)


Lucy Staniforth
Lucy Staniforth rejoined Sunderland, having previously played for them between 2007-2010


Lucy Staniforth (Liverpool, midfielder)

Kylla Sjoman (Celtic, defender)

Krystle Johnston (Manchester City, midfielder)

Rachel Pitman (DePaul University in Chicago, defender)


Rebekah Bass (Middlesbrough, midfielder)

Sarah McFadden (Durham, defender)

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