✍️ City Women duo sign first professional deals

Nineteen-year-old Collis has been working with the City Women first group for the final two campaigns and made her WSL bow in opposition to Arsenal again in 2019.
Cook educated with the City Women for big spells of the 20/21 marketing campaign, making her first group debut within the Robins’ 3-0 victory over Lewes FC Women within the FA Continental Cup group levels.
“It’s all the time been a dream of mine to sign my first professional deal and to do this on the membership I began at as an Under-12 is implausible – I’m very grateful for the chance,” mentioned Collis.
“I’ve been in and across the first group for 2 seasons now which has been sensible for my improvement. I need to kick on this 12 months, take a look at myself within the Championship and contribute on the pitch.”

Collis joined the City RTC as an Under-12 (Image by way of JMPUK)

“I’m delighted to be signing my first professional take care of Bristol City Women,” mentioned Cook.
“Ever since I joined the membership as an Under-16 it has been a purpose of mine to get to this stage and I gained useful expertise of the first group setting final season, which can hopefully assist me to kick on this season within the Championship.”

Cook arrived at City as an Under-16 earlier than transitioning by the pathway (Image by way of JMPUK)

Collis is a product of the membership’s Regional Talent Centre and first joined the City ranks as an Under-12. She is newest in a line of gamers which have accomplished the transition by the whole lot of the participant pathway to sign professional phrases with the membership.
Cook additionally represented the RTC becoming a member of on the Under-16 age group earlier than attending SGS College, the place each Collis and Cook mixed their research with soccer commitments on the Filton campus.
Both gamers will be deployed within the vast channels and have been star performers for the WSL Academy and SGS College first group during the last three seasons.
Bristol City Women supporters can now get their palms on 2021/22 Season Cards to look at the Robins in motion on the High Performance Centre. 


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