We have some Q&As from youth team and Northampton Town Women players that we didn't get to bring you in the match programme this season, so we are delighted to share them with you here.
Northampton Town Women forward Abbie Reboul responds to questions about her journey in football.
Question: Which football team do you support?
Abbie: I support the Cobblers, and I have done my whole life. My dad took us to games when we were younger and we still go every week now.
Question: Who is your footballing idol?
Abbie: I looked up to Casey Stoney when she was playing back in the day, but now I just concentrate on my own game.
Question: How would you describe the way you play?
Abbie: I used to be a wing-back, but I didn’t really enjoy defending! I’ve since moved further up the pitch and I like to dribble and take players on.
Question: How did you get into football?
Abbie: I used to play with my brother in the garden or in the street. I started playing for a boys’ team when I was about eight before moving to a girls’ team when I was too old to play in the boys’ team.
Question: What is your proudest moment in football?
Abbie: Being a Cobblers fan, my proudest moment is scoring against Peterborough United at Sixfields Stadium! Winning the East Midlands Women’s Regional Football League Premier Division last season was also a great moment.