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Lily Agg agrees to a new deal with the Pride ahead of the 2021/22 season

Lily Agg signs a new deal with London City Lionesses ahead of the upcoming 2021/22 FA Women’s Championship season.

Agg became a part London City Lionesses club history, joining the club in it’s inaugural season in 2019 after playing for Charlton Athletic.


She suffered a season-ending injury just before the start of the club’s first FA Women’s Championship season causing her to spend time focusing on recovery. The attacking midfielder demonstrated her competitiveness, persistence, and determination bouncing back for the 2020/21 season showcasing her talent, making herself an essential player under Head Coach Melissa Phillips leadership.


The 27-year-old from Brighton has spent much of her career playing for top clubs throughout the UK, starting at out Brighton then later moving to Arsenal Academy at the age of 16. Agg has played for Millwall and Bristol, whilst also gaining international experience playing for the likes of FFC Frankfurt.


She earned five SETL Player of Match Awards over the course of the 2020/21 season and netted her first London City Lionesses goal against Leciester City Women in a 4-1 win over the Foxes. In the final match of the season against Liverpool FC Women, she scored the equaliser with a header against the Reds in the 81st minute of the match. Agg also got an assist in the matches against Lewes, Blackburn and Leicester City Women.


Speaking of Agg ahead of the upcoming season, Head Coach Melissa Phillips said, "Lily is a fantastic competitor and plays with such hunger to win. She was a mainstay in our starting line-up last year and came through in some really big moments. She is a player who is really hitting her stride and playing with loads of confidence, but we both feel the best is still to come. Looking forward to working with her to reach new heights as a player and with London City."


Lily Agg spoke on signing a new deal with the club and said, “I always want to push myself and play at the highest level, and pushing for the WSL is something that always crosses my mind.


“However, with Mel and Cori leading the way, they bring something special to London City Lionesses, and I believe with their vision, recruitment and work ethic, they can take this team to the top level and that is something I knew I wanted to be a part of.”




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