Young Yate footballer Jasmine Bull is looking towards America to further her burgeoning football career.

The 17-year-old is now in discussions with American universities for a full four-year scholarship starting next September.

Jasmine, who currently plays for Cheltenham Town Ladies, represented England Colleges for the first time earlier this year.

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The midfielder started her football career as a six-year-old playing for Yate United boys’ team.

She played boys football up until the age of 12 before joining Wotton Rovers girls, where she was picked up to play South West regional and Gloucestershire County football.

Jasmine then played for Keynsham Girls, winning both the league and county cup twice, before joining Bristol Rovers.

Wearing the blue and white quarters had great sentimental value for Jazz and the family, as her great grandfather Bobby Campbell managed Rovers in the late 1970s.

Whilst playing for Rovers, Jasmine was also studying at Hartpury College and played first team football, and was selected for England college trial amongst 300 girls in the country.

After three rounds of trials she was selected to play for England Colleges and picked up her first England Cap.

Jasmine then left Bristol Rovers and joined Cheltenham Town Ladies to improve her opportunities to play at higher level of football.