The standard of goalkeeping in the Women’s Super League is as strong as its ever been right now.
Shot-stoppers are reaping the rewards of improved facilities and specialist coaching and all WSL sides have stars capable of producing eye-catching saves. There have been plenty of goalkeepers over the years who have pulled out save after save to deny their opponents and keep their team ahead.
Here are the goalkeepers with the most clean sheets in Women’s Super League history.
Laws in action for Liverpool / Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/GettyImages
Rachael Laws arrived at Liverpool in 2020 on a permanent deal after impressing with Reading and has developed into an excellent shot stopper, winning the club’s Players’ Player of the Year award for 2021/22.
Laws was actually part of the Liverpool side that won the 2013 WSL title, joining on loan from Sunderland to play nine games.
Williams features regularly for Australia / Gualter Fatia/GettyImages
Lydia Williams has a brilliant CV, having previously played for Melbourne City, OL Reign and Pitea before joining Arsenal in 2020.
The Australia couldn’t nail down the starting role, however, and her quest for more WSL clean sheets will continue at Brighton, where she moved in January 2023.
Peyraud-Magnin during her Arsenal days / Linnea Rheborg/GettyImages
Pauline Peyraud-Magnin has mainly made her name on the European circuit but played a crucial role when Arsenal won the WSL in 2018/19.
She has since moved to Italy with Juventus, where the France international has won Serie A, the Coppa Italia and the Supercoppa Italiana.
Brown-Finnis can be spotted doing punditry / Visionhaus/GettyImages
An England legend with 82 international appearances from 1997 to 2013, Rachel Brown-Finnis came through the American college system before signing for Everton in 2003.
She would earn an FA Cup winner’s medal when Everton beat Arsenal 3-2 in 2010, having lost on her previous appearance in 1996.
Korpela has played for Everton and Spurs in the WSL / Marc Atkins/GettyImages
Twice a Bundesliga winner with Bayern Munich, Finland legend Tinja-Riikka Korpela first played in the WSL for Everton.
She spent two years with the Toffees before signing for Tottenham in…