Kim Little is the Captain of Arsenal Women Football Club. The Scottish midfielder joined Arsenal from Hibernian Ladies in 2008 before leaving for Seattle Reign in 2014. She rejoined Arsenal from Seattle Reign in 2017. Little wears the number 10 shirt. She was born on June 29, 1990.
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Arsenal Women international call-ups It is that time again when Arsenal Women international call-ups see players join up with their National Team and at...
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been named in the PFA Team of the Year but Bukayo Saka misses out on the Young Player award.
Two Arsenal players have been named in the FA WSL Team of the Year with both Kim Little and Vivianne Miedema claiming a place.
Football returned this weekend for Arsenal women, so let's take a quick look around the main news this week. The FA WSL fixtures were...
Arsenal's women got their new FA WSL season off to the best possible start with a 6-1 thrashing of Reading.
Arsenal's women went out of the Champions League, losing 2-1 to PSG Feminines, as they came short in the first game of the Final 8
Arsenal women's captain, Kim Little, has given an update after surgery earlier this year to fix a foot problem and the 30-year-old can't wait to get back playing.
As we enter the final straight of the 2019/20 season, there are problems that have been clearly identified, like lack of squad depth in areas, so where do the Arsenal need to recruit to build as strong a squad as possible?
The Gunners started the new year with a comfortable 2-0 win against Birmingham to stay top of the table as Chelsea and Manchester City also won their games on Sunday.
As we reach the end of the decade, I thought it would be a good idea to do a fans' vote for the Arsenal Women's team of the decade.
As 2019 comes to a close, it seems right to select an FA WSL best XI spawning the decade with the league in it's ninth season.
Arsenal have made quite a few good signings over the past 10 years, so here are my top 5 Arsenal women's signings of the decade.
Kim Little is hoping to represent Team GB at the Tokoyo Olympics next summer.
Arsenal produced a professional performance on Sunday with a 3-1 win against a solid Everton side at a tough ground.
In what was a tough, and sometimes bruising, encounter for the Gunners at the new White Hart Lane in front of a record crowd,...
Arsenal played Tottenham at the Tottenham stadium on Sunday in front of a record-breaking 38,262 fans, running out 2-0 winners thanks to second half goals from Kim Little and Vivianne Miedema.
If you missed this week's Daily Cannon Weekly podcast, episode 215, you'll have missed our Arsenal women's round-up, but never fear, we have the details below for you.
The international break is over and nearly all the Arsenal players seem to have come back without a knock except for one.
The international break is always a worrying moment for fans and clubs as players go trekking around the world.
Arsenal have handed Kim Little a new contract at the club.
The Women's World Cup has completed the first round of matches so it's time to look at how Arsenal players have been getting on.
FIFA have released the squad lists for the 24 teams taking part in the World Cup and Arsenal have 11 players involved from five...
Danielle van de Donk scored four for the Netherlands while Vivianne Miedema scored her 100th international goal, Beth Mead scored against Spain and Kim Little scored the winner against Brazil in what was a great night of international fixtures for Arsenal players.
Following their 5-1 away win at Liverpool, the Gunners are back on top of the table for the first time since January and are now closing in on Champions League football and the title.
Vivianne Miedema is a goal-scoring machine and on Sunday she found the back of the net against Liverpool, humiliating their entire defence as she scored her 20th league goal of the season.
It is now international tournament time in women's football with the SheBelieves, Algarve, Cyprus and Turkish cup all being played over the next two weeks along with a number of friendlies.
The FIFA WWC 2019 World Cup draw has been made so here is a breakdown of when you will be able to watch Arsenal players during the tournament along with exclusive quotes from the England and Scotland managers.
The draw for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup will take place on Saturday in Paris at La Seine Musicale at 5pm UK time.
Arsenal Women's unbeaten run ended up with a 2-0 defeat away at City but it wasn't unexpected considering our bad luck with injuries in the last few weeks.
Arsenal could welcome Kim Little back from her broken leg sooner than expected as the club look for some good news following Jordan Nobb's ACL injury.
London Colney won't be busy when the international break comes around, as nearly all the players will be away with their countries, except for those recovering from injuries.
Kim Little is the latest casualty for the Arsenal Women and with the team flying and on a high, there is a small risk that the squad runs out of steam later in the season.
Players are questioning the standard of officiating in England after a terrible challenge fractured Kim Little's fibula and still only resulted in a yellow card.
We got our Arsenal back was the feeling among the away fans following yesterday's demolition of a Chelsea side that was unbeaten in 25 League games.
Arsenal continued their great start to the season by putting seven past Yeovil on Wednesday night with Vivianne Miedema on the scoresheet again.
Arsenal started the season with a fantastic 5-0 win against Liverpool and are top of the FA WSL as other results went the Gunners...
Arsenal's women got their new season off to the best possible start with a 5-0 battering of Liverpool on Sunday.
There were a lot of positives but a few negatives to from the 4-0 win against Yeovil on Sunday. So what did we learn? Quite...
The Arsenal Women are one of the most successful women's football teams ever, and certainly in England. We've put together a list of the five best players of all time for the side.
Kim Little is looking forward to playing under new manager Joe Montemurro.
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