The playground, Wembley, the park – it doesn't matter to Casey Stoney. She loves kicking a ball around.
Casey grew up being the only girl playing in boys' teams. In her first game for one club, they didn't pass to her for the first half-hour. And she ended up being their player of the season.
Football was the one place I could go and feel free- Casey Stoney
"I had quite a tough childhood at times," she says. "There were a lot of struggles at home."
"Football was the one place where I could go and feel free, and I could forget everything else that was going on."
Casey's mother found her a team to play for. A boys' team.
"I got teased a lot. Back then, you had to earn their respect. The only way I could do that was by showing them what I could do with a ball."
Now 34 years old, Casey has more than a hundred England caps and represented Great Britain at the 2012 Olympic Games. She plays in the FA Women's Super League for Liverpool Ladies
Watch the story of how she made it happen: