Date of birth: 25/09/1987
Squad number: 14
Previous clubs: Wimbledon, AFC Wimbledon, Fulham
Kylie has been playing football from the age of six, but wasn't spotted by Wimbledon until she was 12-years-old.
A strong tackler with quick feet, the defensive stalwart joined Chelsea in 2006 and immediately made an impact in the side.
Favourite colour: Blue
Favourite song: Jason Derula - Fight For You
Favourite TV programme: 24
Favourite movie: Dumb and Dumber - I'm Harry in real life!
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Footballer and a lollipop lady (I thought they sold lollies!).
What superpower would you have and why?
I'd love to be able to read peoples' thoughts, so I'd know when the gaffer was having a dig at me!
What piece of advice would you have for aspiring female footballers?
Just enjoy playing and work hard, football is a short career.
When did you start playing football?
Started playing football at the age of five round the park with my brothers and sister, then joined a team when I was six.
When did you realise you could play at this level?
Can I? Aw, thanks! I guess when I signed for Chelsea Ladies.
What are your strengths on the pitch?
I read the game well and love one-on-one scenarios. I also talk a good game!
What are your hobbies outside of football?
Golf, squash, theatre and spending time with my family and friends.
What's your most memorable moment playing for Chelsea Ladies?
Playing at the Emirates in 2009, because of the team effort and it's a huge ground!
Have you won any silverware in your career and if so, what and when?
I have won Manager's Player, Players' Player and Supporters' Player of the Year during my time at Chelsea and now I'm hoping for a team medal to put the icing on the cake this season.
With English and Welsh blood in her, Kylie has been able to represent both countries and has built an impressive football CV. For England Kylie has played at Under 15, Under 17, Under 19, Under 21 and Under 23 level. These days Kylie plays for the Welsh senior side.