Jess Carter has signed a contract extension with Chelsea Women to keep her at the club until the summer of 2025. Carter’s new deal comes after she was part of the England squad that won the Euros in the summer.
Previously awarded the PFA’s Women’s Young Player of the Year, Carter has also won the FA Women’s Community Shield, both the Continental League Cup and the FA Women’s Cup twice, and three WSL titles.
Recognised as a versatile player, the 24-year- old has excelled more recently at centre-half having played an impressive 36 games last season and The defender is now approaching 100 appearances for the club. And after agreeing that new contract with Chelsea – the defender has admitted her delight at the new deal Carter said on the club website:
“I’m very excited and proud to extend my contract at Chelsea for three more years. “I’m looking forward to continuing my development with the team, helping them to become even more successful.”
General manager Paul Green added: ‘We are really delighted for Jess to sign a new contract with the club. “She had an outstanding 2021/22 season for both club and country and we want to reward her for those achievements. ‘We’re really happy with the way she’s been developing over the last couple of seasons and look forward to seeing that continue in the upcoming years.’