Birth Date:08 November 1995
Christy Grimshaw was born in Kirkcaldy, Scotland, on 8 November 1995 and developed as a player at Deeside and Aberdeen, with whom she made her debut in the Scottish Premier League in 2013. In 2014, she moved to the US to attend Barry University and played Division II college football, scoring 31 goals in 65 matches over the course of four years. After her graduation, she returned to Europe and joined Metz, netting twice in 13 matches in a season that was brought to a halt by Covid-19. Grimshaw signed for AC Milan in the summer of 2020 and immediately made a positive impression in midfield, finding the net twice in 20 appearances to help the team secure a historic qualification to the Women's Champions League. As of June 2023, she's scored nine goals in 75 games for the Rossonere (the most ever by a foreign player at the Club), and, thanks to her performances in Italy, is now a Scotland international. So far, she's found the net twice in twelve appearances for her country.