- 03 January 1999 (23YRS)
- 5FT 4" (162cm)
- Preferred foot
- Place of birth
- Barrow-in-Furness, England
- FC Bayern München
- England debut
- Senior caps
- Senior Goals
Grassroots club: Furness Rovers
County: Cumberland CFA
A key cog in England's EURO 2022-winning team with her dynamic performances from midfield, Georgia proved to be one of the stars of the tournament on home soil.
She scored a stunning winner against Spain in the quarter-final to send the Lionesses hurtling towards the title and started all six of the games for Sarina Wiegman's side.
Stanway first cut her teeth with the senior team when she was the youngest outfield player in England’s 2019 World Cup squad, but by then she had already accumulated plenty of experience of the biggest stage courtesy of a stellar period in England’s development teams.
The Manchester City schemer helped the Young Lionesses reach the quarter finals of the WU17s World Cup in 2016 before starring for the WU20s as they won bronze in France in 2018. Stanway had also captained the WU19s to third place in the EUROs just a few months earlier.
Comfortable in a number of attacking positions, Stanway scored on her senior team debut, against Austria in November 2018.
The Barrow-in-Furness-born ace also scored the second goal as Manchester City defeated West Ham 3-0 in the 2019 Women’s FA Cup Final at Wembley and has won a host of honours with her maiden club.
In 2022, a few months after helping England win the inaugural Arnold Clark Cup, it was announced Stanway would be moving to German side FC Bayern Munich.
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