When she first started at Arsenal Women – or Arsenal Ladies, as it was known at the time – the club was only semi-professional, meaning she had to work extra-time in the laundry section.
She washed the men’s players kits, and even cleaned their dirty underwear.
Scott, who represented her country almost 150 times, revealed that it wasn’t all glamour being part of Arsenal football club.
“I worked in the laundry – the Arsenal laundry,” Scott revealed on Sky One’s A League Of Their Own.
“We weren’t professional then – I was only semi-pro – so I used to wash their pants; Ian Wright’s… Sol Campbell.
“[Their pants] were gross. We used to put the gloves on and put them in. Especially summer time, pre-season. It wasn’t nice.”
Scott started her career at Arsenal when she was eight years old in 1992, as part of the youth set-up.
The right-back stayed at the club until 2004, when she made the move north to Birmingham City, making 15 appearances for the Blues.
Following a successful season away, Scott was re-signed by Arsenal the following year.
She stayed with the Gunners for another four years, making 72 appearances, and scoring six goals.
In 2009, Scott crossed the Atlantic to play for Boston Breakers in the USA. She stayed there for two years, before once again moving back home to Arsenal.
In her final spell at Arsenal, she was named captain for the 2014/2015 season, and played her final game in 2018; a 2-1 win over Manchester City.
Following her incredibly successful career as a player, Scott moved into the media, and helped to broadcast major sporting events including the 2018 Men’s World Cup and the 2019 Women’s World Cup.