Jodie Lee Taylor is an English footballer who plays as a striker for OL Reign in the National Women's Soccer League. She began her club career with local team Tranmere Rovers and had brief spells in her home country with Birmingham City, Lincoln Ladies, and Arsenal. A well-traveled player, she has also played in Sweden and the United States. Taylor represented England at youth level before making her senior international debut in 2014. She scored the opening goal in the 2–1 quarter-final win over hosts Canada at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. England went on to win the bronze medal at the tournament. Taylor won the Golden Shoe award as top goalscorer at Euro 2017, scoring five goals in four appearances.
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About Jodie Taylor
Striker who joined Arsenal L.F.C. in 2016, and the English national team in 2014. She won the Golden Shoe award as top goalscorer at Euro 2017 with five goals.
She was 15 when she debuted with Tranmere Rovers in February 2002.
She scored in Birmingham's penalty shootout win over Chelsea during the 2012 FA Women's Cup Final.
Her parents went to the Professional Footballers' Association awards in 2013.
She and Toni Duggan are both English soccer players.
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- Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC players
- Expatriate women's soccer players in Canada
- Oregon State Beavers women's soccer players
- Tranmere Rovers L.F.C. players
- Melbourne City FC (W-League) players
- Pali Blues players
- Sydney FC (W-League) players
- England women's under-23 international footballers
- Melbourne Victory FC (W-League) players
- Portland Thorns FC players
- Canberra United FC players
- LGBT sportspeople from England
- Washington Spirit players
- Expatriate women's soccer players in Australia
- Sportspeople from Birkenhead
- England women's international footballers
- LGBT association football players
- Expatriate women's footballers in Sweden
- W-League (Australia) players
- English women's footballers
- Lesbian sportswomen
- Expatriate women's soccer players in the United States
- Damallsvenskan players
- National Women's Soccer League players
- University of Oregon alumni