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Aug 25, 2023   |  12:59PM AET

Melbourne Victory re-signs Rosie Curtis

Melbourne Victory re-signs Rosie Curtis

Melbourne Victory is pleased to announce the re-signing of midfielder Rosie Curtis ahead of the 2023/24 Liberty A-League season.

The 19-year-old returns for her second season with the senior A-League Women’s side, after making her debut in the 2022/23 season and graduating from the Club’s Elite Girls Program.

Curtis made her debut against Canberra United in March this year and came off the bench in the Club’s two crucial Finals matches against Melbourne City and Sydney FC last season.

Melbourne Victory Director of Football, John Didulica said he was pleased to have yet another Elite Girls Program graduate continue her senior development at Melbourne Victory.

“We’re glad to have Rosie back with the squad for the upcoming campaign,” Didulica said.

“Rosie was rewarded with her senior debut last season and we feel she will continue to develop at the Club under the guidance of Jeff and the senior players.

“All of our Elite Girls Program players in the senior squad are players we believe have a big future in the game and we are looking forward to how they continue to develop at the Club.”

Curtis was also looking forward to another season at Victory.

“My first season with the senior squad was a great experience for me and I’m thrilled to be back for more,” Curtis said.

“Working with Jeff and the team has been an incredible experience for me and the taste of senior football I had, especially in the Finals Series, was something I want to be a part of more and more.”

Curtis joins the re-signing of Kayla Morrison, Lia Privitelli, Alana Murphy, Paige Zois and Ava Briedis as well as the new signings of Rachel Lowe, Emma Checker, Jamilla Rankin and Kurea Okino ahead of the 2023/24 Liberty A-League season.