Sandy MacIver

England international MacIver rejoined Everton in January 2020 having initially come through the ranks at the Club.

She made four appearances in the curtailed 2019/20 campaign when the goalkeeper's promise was recognised with her inclusion in England's squad for the SheBelieves Cup in America.

MacIver didn't make a senior appearance for the Blues first time around, instead going on to spend a year with Manchester City before signing up to a scholarship with American university side Clemson Tigers.

Establishing herself as the first-choice stopper during three seasons with Clemson, she returned to the WSL at the conclusion of her scholarship to link up with Everton, penning an 18-month deal.

Having represented England at youth levels up to Under-21, MacIver was handed a first senior call up for friendlies against Belgium and Norway in August 2019 but did not feature.

The previous summer she had been part of the young Lionesses squad that finished third at the Under-20 World Cup in France and scooped the Golden Glove as the tournament's best keeper.

The 2020/21 season saw MacIver take her game to the next level.

The young English keeper cemented herself as a regular starter for the Blues, making 18 appearances in the Women's Super League and earned eight clean sheets in that time. 

MacIver also played a pivotal role in taking Everton to the 2019/20 Vitality FA Cup final - played in November 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic - for the first time in six years. 

The Blues finished runners-up in the final, however, MacIver was named player of the match for her heroic performance at the Wembley Stadium.

Her brilliant performances at Club level were recognised on an international front as MacIver earned her first senior England cap in February 2021. The Everton keeper came off the bench for the final 29 minutes during a convincing win over Northern Ireland. 

MacIver was also been named in the Team GB squad for the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games but did not feature.

The 2021/22 season was arguably MacIver’s toughest yet in an Everton shirt, yet she persevered and performed to help secure four clean sheets in the league as the Blues finished 10th in the table.

Internationally, MacIver continued her development with Mo Marley’s Lionesses Under-23s side and was named in the provisional England senior squad ahead of the summer European Championships.

Contracted until: June 2023