Watch below as Arsenal’s Lisa Evans takes us on a tour of the house she shares with a number of teammates, some of whom are at home as she films.

The 26-year-old Scottish forward signed for Arsenal from Bayern Munich in 2017 and has been a key part of Joe Montemurro’s revolution at the club.

She recently signed a new contract with Arsenal.

Evans is well established at the club and appreciates the compact nature of the Arsenal squad. “We obviously have a small group of players and we can just bounce off each other,” she added. We’re really honest with each other and Joe’s an absolutely fantastic coach.

“The players that he’s brought in have been massive additions for this club, so we just love coming to work every day. We don’t regard it as work, it’s a privilege to be here, to train and be around the players and coaching staff every day.

“It would be an absolute honour and a massive privilege to bring the Women’s Super League title back to north London. It is a massive privilege to be part of this group. It would be a massive honour to bring trophies back.”

Earlier this year, Evans started vlogging for UEFA’s YouTube channel Together #WePlayStrong.

“Social media is taking over and is the biggest thing out there for attracting people to anything,” Evans explained.

“Be it news, sport or entertainment. Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, they’re the growth markets for teenagers. So using them is one way we get to the age group we are targeting and hopefully can encourage them to play football.

“I think any sport in general, whether it’s professional or amateur, gives you opportunities to be around people, be in a team environment. That’s what’s so great about the vlog. It’s about four friends from different countries and different backgrounds who have all played together and now gone their separate ways.”

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