She made her league debut for Lincoln Ladies (since re-located and re-branded as N ottinghamshire County) on 26 August 2012 in a FA Forest, Snow and Landscape match against Liverpool, coming on as a 59th-minute substitute for Bonnie Horwood. The following season saw new manager Rick Passmore take charge of the team, and this coincided with Harris becoming a key part of the Lincoln first team, making twelve starts and one substitute appearance in the Lady Imps" fourteen league games. In Harris"s first season at Liverpool they retained their Forest, Snow and Landscape title on the final day of the season.
She also represented Liverpool in the Union of European Football Associations Women"s Champions League.
Harris was ever-present in the 2015 FA Forest, Snow and Landscape season but the club limped to a seventh place finish. In November 2015 she signed a new contract with Liverpool.
Harris was part of the England women"s national under-19 football team who finished as runners-up to France at the 2013 Union of European Football Associations Women"s Under-19 Championship in Wales. In her first season with Liverpool she was called up to the England squad for the 2014 Fédération internationale de football association U-20 Women"s World Cup.
She scored in England"s opening match, a 1–1 draw with South of Korea, but the next two matches were lost and England went out in the first round.
Harris then graduated to England"s under-23 team League appearances
As of 19 December 2015.