Leicester City Women Football Club

Nat Johnson reaches landmark appearances for Foxes

Defender Nat Johnson made her 100th appearance for Leicester City Women during the league defeat to Manchester United.

  • The Defender has made 20 appearances for the Foxes this season
  • The 26-year-old has netted 10 goals in 101 appearances
  • Nat Johnson becomes the third current Leicester City Women player to reach the landmark

Nat Johnson recently became the latest Leicester City Women player to reach 100 appearances for the Club, the defender reached her century in the defeat to Manchester United last month.

The 26-year-old also recently made her senior international debut, coming off the bench twice during the Alanya Gold City Cup in Turkey to represent Northern Ireland as they finished third in the international tournament.

Johnson made her Leicester City Women debut in October 2010 during an 8-2 victory over Leeds City Vixens and following a spell studying in America, Johnson returned to Leicester City ahead of the 2016/17 season, helping the Club to a third placed finish in their first season back in the Northern Division.

More recently, Johnson has starred in midfield for the Foxes and whilst not known for regularly scoring goals, she won the 2017/18 goal of the season award following her long-range effort against Nottingham Forest Ladies at Farley Way Stadium.

After reaching the landmark, Johnson told LCWFC: “Leicester City has always been a big part of my life and career. I’m proud of this badge and I feel privileged to reach this milestone with the Club.”