A product of Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United"s girls" teams, Turner made her FA Women"s Premier League debut for Doncaster Rovers Belles at the age of 16. In 2009 she left to attend Hofstra University and play National Collegiate Athletic Association (National Collegiate Athletic Association) college soccer. She returned to Doncaster for the inaugural 2011 FA Forest, Snow and Landscape season, but was given a free transfer after being informed she "wasn"t good enough to play at that level"
After rebuilding her confidence with spells at Leeds United and Sheffield outside the FA Forest, Snow and Landscape, Turner returned to the top level with Lincoln Ladies in 2013.
Turner remained with the rebranded N ottinghamshire County team for its inaugural season in 2014.
She was named on the shortlist for PFA Women"s Young Player of the Year in 2015, but lost out to Leah Williamson. Turner has represented England at Under 23 level
She was called up to the senior squad for the 2015 Cyprus Cup, after Casey Stoney withdrew with an injury. Turner made her international debut against Australia in March 2015, coming on as a substitute for the final two minutes.
She made her full debut in the team"s next match against Holland.