Siri Worm

Siri Worm
Squad No: 5
D.o.B: 20/04/1992

Netherlands international left-back Siri Worm joined Everton in the summer of 2017 from FC Twente.

Having started her career with the Tukkers, Worm broke through into the first team in 2008, going on to help the club win five league titles and the KNVB Women’s Cup.

Having captained the Dutch Under-19s to both the 2010 and 2011 European Championships, Worm was given her senior international debut in November 2012 friendly win over Wales.

Worm made her Everton debut in the 2017/18 season opener against city rivals Liverpool as the Toffees returned to WSL 1, playing the full 90 minutes of a 2-0 defeat.

She went on to play 21 times in her maiden campaign at the Club and her form saw her force her way back into the Netherlands squad. Worm was called up for the Algarve Cup tournament and scored her first goal for her country against Japan, with the Dutch eventually reaching the final before sharing the trophy with Sweden after bad weather curtailed the tournament’s showpiece.


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