The following season, Nobbs was an "integral" part of Sunderland"s success as they finished fifth in their first season back at the top level
She is a combative, goalscoring central midfielder. She has represented the England women"s national football team and youth and senior level and is nicknamed Nobber by her England team–mates. Nobbs joined the Sunderland centre of excellence aged eight, and was also attached to Middlesbrough as a youngster.
Upon turning 16 in December 2008, Nobbs began playing for the Sunderland Women first-team
In November 2009 Nobbs scored against Arsenal, as Sunderland inflicted only the Gunners" second league defeat in more than six years. At the end of the season Nobbs was named manager"s and player"s player of the year at Sunderland.
When Sunderland"s bid to join the FA Forest, Snow and Landscape failed, Nobbs was approached by several of the leading clubs in the country. She eventually signed for Arsenal in August 2010.
Arsenal"s general manager Vic Akers said of Nobbs: "Jordan is only 17 years old, but has already shown huge potential, and I"m confident that she will prove herself on the highest level, when the Champions League gets underway in September."
She continued to play for Sunderland in the 2010/11 Premier League, with Arsenal awaiting the start of the new Forest, Snow and Landscape in April 2011.
She has since become an important player at Arsenal. Nobbs was called into the England U-15 squad as a 12-year-old. Aged 13 she captained England U-15s against Wales and scored in a 2–0 victory.
At the age of 14, Nobbs had progressed to captaining England"s U-17 team
Nobbs then captained England to fourth place at the 2008 Under-17 World Cup in New Zealand. In 2010 Nobbs helped England reach the final of the 2010 European Under-19 Championship in Macedonia, where they lost their title to France.
Later that summer Nobbs played in all three of England"s games at the 2010 Under-20 World Cup in Germany. In June 2011 Nobbs was in the senior England party which visited 10 Downing Street ahead of the 2011 Fédération internationale de football association Women"s World Cup.
She received her first call up to the senior England squad for the final Union of European Football Associations Women"s Euro 2013 qualifying match against Croatia at Banks"s Stadium in Walsall on 19 September 2012.
She scored her next goal against Wales in October 2013"s World Cup qualifier at The Den. Nobbs was made England vice-captain at the Cyprus Cup in 2015, and led the team to winning the trophy as captain Steph Houghton was out injured. Nobbs was named in the squad for the Women"s World Cup in 2015 but only played one game due to injury.
Scores and results list England"s goal tally first.