Scotland international Lee Alexander extends Glasgow City contract ahead of Champions League clash

Glasgow City have received a Champions League boost ahead of their second round, second leg against Servette.

Lee Alexander has signed longer to Glasgow City. Picture: John Devlin

Experienced goalkeeper Lee Alexander has agreed to extend her stay with the Scottish champions for four more years.

Capped 30 times for Scotland, 29-year-old Alexander returned to the Glasgow side from Mallbackens in Sweden five years ago and took over from fellow international Gemma Fay at Petershill Park.

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Since then she’s helped the club reach the quarter finals in the Champion’s League – a feat they have designs on again this week with Wednesday’s second-leg in Cumbernauld finely poised at 1-1 – as well as landing ten league titles in the club’s dominance of the Scottish game.

Alexander said: “I'm really happy to extend my stay here at city and feel at home. I have a lot of great memories over the years here and looking forward to creating some more!”

Kick off at Broadwood is 3.10pm.

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