Five amazing Farrow facts

We have secured the signature of Mille Farrow and the Englishwoman is no stranger to the Liberty A-League having played her football at Perth Glory last season.

Here are five facts that you may not know about Millie Farrow:

1 – She has experience around the world

Millie Farrow has played plenty of minutes in and around the WSL having stints at Chelsea, Bristol City and Reading. She secured promotion with Leicester City and after a stint with Crystal Palace, she moved to North Carolina Courage. Last season she played her football in Australia for the first time with Perth Glory.

Farrow with Leicester City

2 – She has representing her country

Farrow was a very talented youngster signing for Chelsea and then winning the League and Cup in the 2015 season with the Blues. She was called up to the England U19’s during that time and in 2016 was part of the U23 set-up.

3 – She became the first Glory player to score a hat-trick since Sam Kerr

Back in December 2023, Farrow started up top for the Western Australians against ladder leaders Melbourne City and scored all three goals for the Glory in a 3-1 win. Rounding the keeper for two and timing her run to perfection for the other, Farrow became the first person to score a hat-trick for Perth Glory since Matildas and Chelsea star Sam Kerr did so in 2019.

4 – She has won silverware

Coming through the Chelsea ranks, Farrow was no stranger to success. She played in the FA Youth Cup Final at age 15 and sadly suffered an ACL tear which kept her off the pitch for 12 months, but she had a winners medal to go with it. Then after returning she won the WSL and FA Women’s Cup with Chelsea in the 2015 season. During the 2020/21 WSL Championship season Farrow won promotion to the WSL with Leicester City, lifting the Championship trophy aloft after victory on the final day over Charlton Athletic.

Farrow at full time with Leicester

5 – She is an author

Farrow suffers from OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) and has been open with her struggles with mental health during her career. She would often suffer from anxiety and describes her experience living with OCD that would involve her wearing gloves to shake hands with opponents before matches, running off to the sidelines afterwards to apply hand sanitiser. Farrow documents these thoughts in her book “Brave Enough Not To Quit”.