Portsmouth FC Women can confirm that club captain Jade Bradley has left the club.
The midfielder made 68 appearances in her four seasons at the Blues, scoring 12 goals.
Her first arrived back in 2018, rounding off a 4-1 victory at home to Gillingham with a fine long-range finish.
She also netted in the 2019 Hampshire Cup final and scored with a memorable 35-yard strike against Hounslow.
Bradley was named vice-captain at the start of the 2019/20 season, then took the armband in August 2020 following the departure of former skipper Amelia Southgate.
She went on the skipper the Blues in 23 matches and the led the side to a Hampshire Cup penalty shoot-out victory over Southampton.
Blues boss Jay Sadler said: “JB has been an integral member of Pompey for the past four years – not only as a player and captain, but also as an ambassador, representing the club with the utmost respect, both on and off the pitch.
“She will be a big miss for this group – a true leader who gave nothing less than her best, bringing quality and tenacity to the middle of the park.
“I’d like to place on record my gratitude for everything she has given to the club during her time here and I wish her all the very best in her future.”
Everyone at Portsmouth Football Club would like to thank Jade for her efforts in blue and wish her all the best moving forward.