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Hermione Cull

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Hermione Cull
Personal information
Full name Hermione Emma Lucy Cull
Date of birth (2004-03-10) 10 March 2004 (age 20)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current team
Number 28
Youth career
Years Team
2016-2020 Southampton FC
2021- Arsenal 3
National team
England U19

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Hermione Emma Lucy Cull (born 10 March 2004) is an English women's football player who currently plays for Arsenal of the FA WSL and the England national team as a goalkeeper.[2]

She previously played for Southampton FC U16s.

Early life[edit]

As a child, Cull joined and played as a goalkeeper for Saints Girls RTC Under 14s. She said that her passion for football began when she was three years old and came from when “my brothers would play Sunday League Football and I used to stand at the side of the pitch, watching them kick the ball around, desperate to join in”.[3]

Club career[edit]

In 2017, as a player for Southampton U14s, Cull trained at the England National Performance Camp at the University of Warwick.[4]

As a player for Southampton U16s, Cull was selected to take part in a two-day training scheme at the Lionesses camp at the Welbeck College to train to play for England team.[5]

Cull was amongst four goalkeepers registered to play for Arsenal in the Champions League.[6]

Cull was unable to play during the Arsenal versus Hoffenheim due to COVID-19 restrictions in Germany.[7][8][9]

International career[edit]

In May 2021, Cull was selected to play for England U17s and to attend the FA's Performance Hub.[10]

Cull was chosen to be a part of the England Development Phase Squad to play for England U23s.[11]

Personal life[edit]


  1. "Hermione Cull". UEFA.
  2. "Hermione Cull". Live Sport.
  3. "Southampton Solent extends prospering Saints partnership". Solent. 12 October 2016.
  4. "International recognition for Saints' female players". 19 November 2017.
  5. "Nine Saints named in latest Lionesses camp". 13 July 2020.
  6. Bunting, Josh (16 August 2021). "Arsenal Women confirm Champions League squad". Islington Gazette.
  7. Burnton, Simon (15 December 2021). "Hoffenheim 4-1 Arsenal: Women's Champions League – as it happened". The Guardian.
  8. "Women's Champions League: Arsenal survive scare to qualify for last eight". BBC. 15 December 2021.
  9. Hudson, Molly (16 December 2021). "Arsenal Women qualify for Champions League knockout stage despite bruising defeat". The Times.(subscription required)
  10. "Saints duo set for U17 Euros". SFC MEDIA.
  11. Davies, Callum (17 November 2021). "England WU23s and Phase Development Squad named". England Football.

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