Fran Kirby

Francesca Kirby (born 29 June 1993) is an English professional footballer who plays as a forward for Chelsea and the England national team. She began her career with her local team Reading before moving to Chelsea in July 2015. In August 2014, Kirby won her first senior cap for England. She represented her country at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada, the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France, and at the UEFA Women's Euro 2017 in the Netherlands.

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Fran Kirby Chelsea Ladies Vs Arsenal (cropped)
Kirby playing for Chelsea in 2015
Personal information
Full name Francesca Kirby[1]
Date of birth 29 June 1993 (age 26)[1]
Place of birth Reading, England
Height 5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)[1]
Playing position Forward[1]
Club information
Current team
Number 14
Youth career
2001–2010 Reading
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2012–2015 Reading 42 (68)
2015– Chelsea 50 (32)
National team
2013–2014 England U23 4 (1)
2014– England 40 (12)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 16:03, 26 May 2019 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 01:30, 12 June 2019 (UTC)

Club career


Kirby joined her hometown club Reading at the age of seven and worked her way through the youth teams. She made her debut for the first team at the age of sixteen but quit football the following year after an onset of depression, brought about by the death of her mother.[2][3] Kirby returned to the club in 2012 and went on to become the FA Women's Premier League Southern Division's top scorer for the 2012–13 season, with 32 goals in 21 appearances.[4]

With Reading promoted to the newly formed Women's Super League 2 for 2014, Kirby helped the team achieve third place with 24 goals in sixteen appearances.[5] She ended the season as the league's top goalscorer; netting four against London Bees,[6] as well as hat-tricks against Durham, Watford and Doncaster Rovers Belles.[7][8][9] Shortly after, she became the first female player to receive a professional contract from the club.[10] At the 2014 FA Women's Awards, Kirby was named the inaugural WSL2 Players' Player of the Year.[11]

Kirby continued her goalscoring form into the 2015 WSL2 season, taking 11 goals in five league appearances for Reading, including all four goals in a 4–2 away win against Yeovil Town and five goals in a 7–0 win against London Bees.[12][13] Following the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, Reading accepted an undisclosed transfer fee from Chelsea and she completed a move in July 2015.[14] It was reported that the fee of between £40,000 and £60,000 constituted a British record, although Chelsea denied this was the case and Kirby was not aware of the figure.[15]


At the 2015 FA Women's Cup Final, staged at Wembley Stadium for the first time, Kirby was a cup-tied spectator for Chelsea's 1–0 win over Notts County. It was Chelsea's first major trophy.[16] In October 2015, she scored twice in Chelsea's 4–0 win over Sunderland which secured the club's first FA WSL title; a league and cup double.[17] The same month, Kirby scored Chelsea's first ever UEFA Women's Champions League goal in a 1–0 win over Glasgow City.[18]

Kirby's form extended into the 2016 FA WSL season. In April, she secured Chelsea's return to Wembley Stadium by scoring a late, extra-time winner against Manchester City in the FA Women's Cup semi-final.[19] Four days later, she scored both goals in Chelsea's 2–0 WSL win at Arsenal.[20]

On 22 April 2018, Kirby was awarded the PFA Player's Player of the Year and the Football Writers’ Women’s Footballer of the Year for the 2017–18 season.[21]

International career

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Kirby in 2018

Early in her career, Kirby was a member of the England under-23 squad. She became the first WSL 2 player to be called up to the senior squad, in June 2014 for the World Cup qualifiers against Belarus and Ukraine.[22] She was named on the substitutes' bench against Belarus but did not make an appearance. She made her senior international debut against Sweden in August 2014, getting the second goal in a 4–0 friendly win at Victoria Park, Hartlepool.[23]

In May 2015, England manager Mark Sampson named Kirby in his final squad for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, hosted in Canada.[24] She scored in England's 2–1 win over Mexico and was hailed as "mini Messi" by Sampson.[25] Although Kirby was disappointed to be ruled out by injury from the quarter-finals onwards, England's eventual third-place finish left her with a positive overall impression of the tournament: "a fantastic experience and one I won’t forget in a hurry."[26]

Sampson kept Kirby in the national team for the UEFA Women's Euro 2017 qualifying campaign. In Estonia on 21 September 2015 she scored twice in England's 8–0 win.[27][28] After "12 months of hell" caused by knee and ankle injuries, Kirby returned to England's line-up for UEFA Women's Euro 2017 in the Netherlands.[29] In England's opening fixture against rivals Scotland, second striker Kirby's clever dummy sent Jodie Taylor through to score England's opening goal in a 6–0 rout.[30] In the next match Kirby and Taylor scored in a 2–0 win over Spain, which secured England's place in the quarter-final.[31] When England were thrashed 3–0 by the hosts in the semi-final, Kirby was rueful: "We had chances and could have had a few penalties. We are bitterly disappointed".[32]

On 6 October 2018, Kirby scored in England's 1–0 friendly win over Brazil at Meadow Lane. In post-match interviews England coach Phil Neville breathlessly proclaimed Kirby's superiority to six-time World Player of the Year Marta: "I'd take my No 10 over Brazil's No 10, that's for sure".[33]

Great Britain

Kirby was hailed as a "stand out player" in Great Britain's gold medal-winning team at the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia.[34]

Career statistics


As of match played 25 May 2019[35]
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League Cup Continental Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Reading 2014 Women's Super League 0 0 4 4 4 4
Chelsea 2015 Women's Super League 5 4 3 3 4[a] 2 12 9
2016 7 5 0 0 7 5
2017 5 6 0 0 5 6
2017–18 17 8 6 7 8[a] 4 31 19
2018–19 16 9 5 4 8[a] 5 29 18
Total 50 32 14 14 20 11 84 55
Career totals 50 32 18 18 20 11 88 59
  1. ^ a b c Appearances in the UEFA Women's Champions League

International goals

As of match played 6 July 2019. England score listed first, score column indicates score after each Kirby goal.
International goals by date, venue, opponent, score, result and competition
No. Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition Ref.
1 3 August 2014 Victoria Park, Hartlepool, England  Sweden 2–0 4–0 Friendly [36]
2 9 April 2015 Academy Stadium, Manchester, England  China PR 2–0 2–1 Friendly [36]
3 13 June 2015 Moncton Stadium, Moncton, Canada  Mexico 1–0 2–1 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup [36]
4 21 September 2015 A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn, Estonia  Estonia 3–0 8–0 UEFA Women's Euro 2017 qualifying [36]
5 6–0 [36]
6 10 June 2017 Tissot Arena, Biel, Switzerland   Switzerland 2–0 4–0 Friendly [36]
7 23 July 2017 Rat Verlegh Stadion, Breda, Netherlands  Spain 1–0 2–0 UEFA Women's Euro 2017 [36]
8 24 November 2017 Bescot Stadium, Walsall, England  Bosnia and Herzegovina 4–0 4–0 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification [36]
9 28 November 2017 Colchester Community Stadium, Colchester, England  Kazakhstan 2–0 5–0 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification [36]
10 1 March 2018 Mapfre Stadium, Columbus, Ohio, United States  France 4–0 4–1 2018 SheBelieves Cup [36]
11 6 October 2018 Meadow Lane, Nottingham, England  Brazil 1–0 1–0 Friendly [36]
12 9 October 2018 Craven Cottage, London, England  Australia 1–0 1–1 Friendly [36]
13 6 July 2019 Allianz Riviera, Nice, France  Sweden 1–2 1–2 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup [37]





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External links

2014 FA WSL

The 2014 FA WSL was the fourth season of the FA WSL, the top-level women's football league of England. The season began on 30 March and ended on 12 October.Liverpool L.F.C. are the defending champions from the 2013 FA WSL. The top two teams qualify for the 2015–16 UEFA Women's Champions League.Beginning in the 2014 season, the WSL added a second division, the WSL 2. Because the divisions are interconnected, WSL 1 teams face the risk of relegation for the first time in the league's history. There is, however, no connection to the third level Women's Premier League, so WSL 2 teams cannot be relegated. WSL 1 consists of eight teams while the WSL 2 is made up of ten.

Starting places in both divisions were granted based on applications sent in by clubs, so Manchester City were able to enter its newly created women's team directly into the WSL 1. The governing body announced it will partially fund teams in the league, awarding £70,000 to clubs in WSL1 and £23,000 in WSL2.

2015 FA WSL

The 2015 season of the Women's Super League was the fifth season of the FA WSL, the top-level women's football league of England. The season was played from 25 March to 4 October.Liverpool were the defending champions from the 2014 FA WSL. Chelsea became the title winners and together with Manchester City (who finished as runners-up) qualified for the 2016–17 UEFA Women's Champions League.

This was the second season since the WSL 2 was introduced. As part of a two-year expansion plan, the WSL 1 will increase to nine teams for the 2016 season. By the end of the 2015 season two teams (Reading and Doncaster Rovers Belles) were promoted from WSL 2 to WSL 1 and only one team (Bristol Academy) relegated to WSL 2, with one team being promoted from Premier League to WSL 2.

2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Group F

Group F of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup consisted of France, England, Colombia and Mexico. Matches were played from 9 to 17 June 2015.

2017–18 FA WSL Cup

The 2017–18 FA WSL Cup was the 7th edition of the FA WSL's league cup competition. It was sponsored by Continental AG, who have sponsored the competition since its creation, and is officially known as the FA WSL Continental Tyres Cup. All 20 teams of the two divisions of the WSL contest the competition - the largest field in the history of the cup.

Manchester City were the defending champions. Before the competition, only Manchester City and Arsenal had won the cup in the previous six seasons it was contested in.

2018 Ballon d'Or

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2018 SheBelieves Cup

The 2018 SheBelieves Cup was the third edition of the SheBelieves Cup, an invitational women's football tournament held in the United States. Featuring national teams from Germany, England, France, and hosts United States, it began on March 1 and ended on March 7, 2018, broadly running in parallel with the 2018 Algarve Cup, 2018 Turkish Women’s Cup, and the 2018 Cyprus Women's Cup.The United States won the tournament.

2019 FIFA Women's World Cup knockout stage

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England at the FIFA Women's World Cup

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*Draws include knockout matches decided by penalty shoot-outs.

FA WSL Spring Series

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FA Women's Championship

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Football Writers' Association

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Kirby (surname)

Kirby is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

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Alan Kirby (born 1977), Irish former footballer

Alex Kirby (disambiguation)

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Andy Kirby (1961–2002), stock car driver and motorcycle racer

Bill Kirby (born 1975), Australian swimmer

Bruce Kirby (disambiguation)

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Charles Kirk Kirby (1826–1910), American architect

Chauncey Kirby, Canadian ice hockey player

Claire Kirby (born 1987), New Zealand beauty queen

Clay Kirby (1948–1991), Major League Baseball pitcher

Dale Kirby (born 1971), Canadian politician

David Kirby (disambiguation)

David Kirby (journalist), journalist

David Kirby (judge) (born 1943), judge of the Supreme Court of New South Wales

David Kirby (poet) (born 1944), American poet

Dean Kirby, American politician

Dorothy Kirby, American professional golfer and sportscaster

Doug Kirby (born 1957), American author

Douglas Kirby (1943–2012), research scientist

Durward Kirby (1912–2000), television personality

Edmund Kirby (1838–1920), English architect

Edward Kirby (1901–1968), American athlete

Eric Kirby (footballer) (born 1926), English professional footballer

Fran Kirby (born 1993), English footballer

Frank E. Kirby (1849–1929), Detroit designer of steamships in the early 20th century

Frank Howard Kirby (1871–1956), British soldier

Frank Kirby (disambiguation)

Gary Kirby (born 1967), Irish hurling manager and former player

Gene Kirby (?–2011), American Major League Baseball announcer and front office executive

George Kirby (1923–1995), comedian

Gerald Kirby (disambiguation)

Halder Kirby, Canadian ice hockey player

Harold Kirby (zoologist) (1900–1952), Canadian-American zoologist and protistologist

Harold James Kirby (1895–1956), lawyer, real estate agent, and political figure in Ontario

Jack Kirby (1917–1994), comic book artist

Jake Kirby (born 1994), English football midfielder

James Kirby (died 1915), American labor leader

Jane Kirby, Canadian figure skater

Jay Kirby (1920-1964), American actor

Jim Kirby (1884–1971), inventor

John Henry Kirby (1860–1940), American businessman

John Joshua Kirby (1716–1774), British landscape painter, engraver, and writer

John Kirby (artist) (born 1949), British painter

John Kirby (attorney), US attorney involved in some famous trials

John Kirby (Canadian politician) (1772–1846), Canadian businessman and politician

John Kirby (disambiguation)

Josh Kirby (1928–2001), British illustrator known for his Discworld covers

Kathy Kirby (1938–2011), British singer

Kayle Kirby (born 1998), professional Australian rules footballer

Kier M. Kirby, singer of Deee-Lite

Lee-Ann Kirby (born 1987), Trinidad and Tobago cricketer

Luke Kirby (actor), Canadian film actor

Luke Kirby (priest) (1540s–1582), Catholic Priest and martyr

Micajah W. Kirby (1798–1882), New York politician

Michael J. L. Kirby (born 1941), former Canadian senator and current Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada

Michael Kirby (judge) (born 1939), Justice of the High Court of Australia

Pauline Kirby (1905–1981), American army nurse

Peadar Kirby, Irish author and academic

Rene Kirby (born 1955), American male actor

Robert Kirby (1948–2009), British-born arranger of string sections for rock and folk music

Robert Kirby (cartoonist) (born 1962), openly gay cartoonist

Robion Kirby (born 1938), American mathematician

Ryan Kirby (born 1974), English soccer player

Sandra Kirby (born 1949), Canadian academic and rower

Steve Kirby (cricketer), English cricketer

Steve T. Kirby (born 1952), Lieutenant Governor of South Dakota

Stuart Kirby (born 1981), race car driver

Sylvia Kirby (born 1956), American country singer

Will Kirby (born 1973), Big Brother contestant

William C. Kirby (born 1950), Historian at Harvard University

William F. Kirby (1867–1934), Senator from Arkansas

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List of FA WSL hat-tricks

Since the inception of the English women's football league competition, the FA WSL, in 2011, sixteen players have scored three goals (a hat-trick) in a single match. The first player to achieve the feat was Rachel Williams.

Five players have scored two hattricks and two players have achieved four goals in a game. Also Chelsea's 6–0 vs Bristol City saw two players completing a hattrick in the same game.

PFA Women's Players' Player of the Year

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The FA Women's Football Awards

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UEFA Women's Euro 2017 Group D

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