Defender Georgia Brougham ended her long association with Manchester City when she penned a deal at Everton ahead of the 2016 WSL 2 campaign.
She had been at City since the age of nine, breaking into the club's first team and earning a two-year professional contract in January 2015.
Brougham made her City debut against Everton in September 2014 and helped the club to Continental Cup success one month later.
She quickly cemented her place at the heart of Everton's defence alongside fellow Mancunian Gabby George and scored a stunning long-range goal to help seal victory over Aston Villa in the opening game of the 2016 season.
A year later and the pair, alongside Meg Finnigan, formed a tight-knit back three that helped Everton secure the Spring Series title, Brougham chipping in with a pair of goals.
The talented centre-half was named joint-vice captain alongside George ahead of the Blue Girls’ return to WSL 1 in 2017-18 and was an ever-present until she picked up an injury against Chelsea in mid-April, which ruled her out for the remainder of the campaign.
Brougham's defensive nous and composure in possession impressed manager Willie Kirk, appointed during 2018-19, and the player was handed new two-year terms in summer 2019.
Contracted until: June 2021.