- 07 July 1996 (27YRS)
- Preferred foot
- Place of birth
- Wilmslow, England
- Manchester United WFC
- Senior caps
- Senior Goals
County: Manchester CFA
A first call up to the England senior squad came in September 2020 when she was invited to join the group for a training camp at St. George’s Park.
The Manchester United defender had been picked out by head coach Phil Neville for her displays in the 2019-20 campaign and given a chance to impress having previously been capped by England at both WU23 and WU19 level.
Born in the Manchester suburb of Wilmslow, Turner grew up in a football-mad family with two brothers with one of them, Jake, going on to play as a goalkeeper for Newcastle United.
She played youth football with the likes of Stockport County, Crewe Alexandra and Manchester United, before opting to join Everton’s development squad in 2013 and then breaking into the first-team squad the following year.
After three years with the Toffees, she enjoyed a season with Bristol City who she captained in the 2017-18 campaign before making the decision to return north and join Manchester United for their inaugural campaign in the Barclays FA WSL.
As the Reds went on to establish themselves in the top flight, so too did Millie as she eventually became captain of United and one of the League's most reliable performers.