The Barclays Women’s Super League Hall of Fame was launched in 2021 to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the league following its inception in April 2011.
The aim of the Barclays Women’s Super League Hall of Fame is to recognise and honour the league’s biggest contributors on the pitch. Those eligible include players (retired), coaches (active or retired) and match officials (active or retired). The one thing they must all have in common, is the positive impact and legacy they have left on the league.
Celebrating those who have taken the Barclays Women's Super League to its strongest ever position, the Barclays Women's Super League Hall of Fame will be the highest individual honour the league can offer.
The Barclays Women's Super League Hall of Fame will inspire tomorrow’s generation by celebrating today’s heroes.
Welcome to the home of the greats.
Rachel Yankey’s career with Arsenal is one that few can rival, having won multiple trophies during her time with the Gunners, which continued into the Barclays Women’s Super League era.
Emma Hayes started her career in football as a player for Arsenal.
Katie Chapman’s honours are almost unmatched.
Eni Aluko’s successes at both club and international level speak for themselves, having been recognised for her achievements both on and off the field.
Kelly Smith is one of the world's most decorated and respected in the women's game.
Karen Carney MBE is one of the most widely respected and decorated individuals within the women’s game.
Currently England’s most capped player, Fara Williams is known for her incredible long- range strikes and her technical ability in midfield.
In April 2021, the Barclays Women's Super League celebrated its 10th birthday. Over the ten years, the league has gone from strength to strength, with iconic moments, players, coaches, officials, and many behind the scenes working tirelessly to grow the women’s game.A moment in history