Aged five, Hannah Hampton moved to Spain with her family, the five year spell in Spain saw Hampton join the Villareal academy competing regularly against the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The then striker moved back to the United Kingdom in 2010 and was signed up to Stoke City’s Regional Talent Club as an outfield player.
It was during her time at Stoke that Hampton switched to goal keeping, initially filling in for an injured player before cementing her place between the sticks.
She made the switch to Blues RTC from Stoke for the Under-16 team, and was quickly moved through to the Development Squad before being integrated to the First-Team as second choice ‘keeper when Sophie Baggaley departed to Bristol City.
Hampton went on to make six appearances during the 17/18 WSL1 season, deputising for first choice keeper Ann-Katrin Berger who was recovering from illness.
She has represented England at youth level up to the Under-19s.