Leah Williamson has renewed her contract, extending her impressive 19-year tenure with Arsenal. The 27-year-old defender, who started in the club’s academy as a youngster, has played 232 matches since her debut in 2014. Throughout her career with Arsenal, she has secured one league title, two FA Cups, and four League Cups.

“Everyone knows what Arsenal means to me, but every time I renew my contract, my love for the club reignites,” said the England captain. “I am thrilled to stay – this is a place where I can continue to grow, develop, and face new challenges.”

“As a team, we are all focused on winning more trophies for this club, and I can’t wait for the new season to begin,” she added.

While the specifics of Williamson’s new contract remain undisclosed, coach Jonas Eidevall expressed his satisfaction: “Leah is a crucial member of our team, and we are thrilled she has committed to a new contract with us. She offers tremendous value both on and off the pitch with her leadership, accountability, and dedication. I look forward to our continued collaboration in bringing more success to this fantastic club.”