The latest in our series of interviews with Scottish footballers who play outside of the UK. Fiona Brown talks to John Walker about her career in Scotland and overseas.
About Fiona Brown
Fiona started in the Stenhousemuir youth setup before joining Celtic at 14. Four years later, she moved to a successful Glasgow City side. There she won two Scottish Women’s Premier League titles as well as a Scottish Cup and two League cups.
In 2017 she moved to Sweden to play with Eskilstuna United in the Dammalsvenskan. A year later she transferred to the Southern Swedish city of Malmo to play for FC Rosengard. The forward has added a league title and Svenska Cuppen to her titles so far with her current team.
We talk to Fiona Brown about her early career and the influences and along the way. She tells us about her injuries and how she has physically and mentally coped and recovered.
Fiona also discusses her international career at several age groups. This has included being part of the first Scotland squad to play at a World Cup in over 20 years.
Scots Abroad interviews are available to listen on The Trampled Bet Podcast from all podcasting apps including Apple Podcasts. You can also find them on Spotify and YouTube. Each episode John Walker speaks to a Scottish sports person about their upbringing and career in Scotland. This is followed by discussing the reasons and decisions that led to them choosing to move outside the UK to further their career.