A versatile player, Finnigan can play in both defence and midfield.
She made her debut in the 2015 season, making six appearances. However, she spent the last six months on the sidelines after suffering a serious ankle injury in the Continental Cup fixture against Durham Women.
But Finnigan made her comeback in the FA Cup win over Nottingham Forest earlier the following season and has continued to feature in the WSL.
For England, she has played for both the Under-17s and Under-19s, becoming captain of the latter and leading them to the 2017 European Championships.
Deployed as both a holding midfielder and as part of a back three, she missed just one game of the triumphant Spring Series campaign in 2017.
Finnigan continued to demonstrate her versatility back in WSL 1 in 2017/18. Starting the season anchoring the Blue Girls midfield, she stepped back into central defence at the tail end of the campaign after an injury to Georgia Brougham, making 21 appearances in total.