Jill Scott is the latest Lioness to hang up her cleats, joining legend Ellen White in retiring from soccer.

The 35-year-old England star announced the news Tuesday in an op-ed in The Players’ Tribune, just one day after White announced her own retirement.

Scott wrote about the impact of clinching the Euro title with the Lionesses in July and ending her career on a high.

“I had 30 years of football’s heartbreaks and dreams and disappointments built up inside me, and I just wanted to do it for everybody in that stadium … everybody in the country … all them girls having a kickabout in the back lanes,” Scott said. “I wanted it so, so bad.

“That was my way of saying goodbye,” Scott said of the championship. “And this is my way of saying thank you.”

Scott leaves the sport as the second-most capped England player, men’s or women’s, with 161 appearances for her country.

In her 16-year international career, Scott played in 10 major tournaments, helping the Lionesses to a third-place finish at the 2015 World Cup and competing with Team GB at two Olympics.

“I must congratulate Jill on a very special career. I am so glad she was able to end on such a positive memory,” England coach Sarina Wiegman said.  “It will be hard to imagine an England squad without her as she has been an icon of the team for so long. I respect her decision, but we will miss her positive impact on and off of the pitch for sure.”

Scott even received a message from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who congratulated the English icon in a Tweet.

“A pioneer of Women’s football and a great team player,” they wrote. “(Jill Scott) congratulations on a wonderful career, it’s been a pleasure to get to know you.”

Scott’s announcement also ends her club career, with the midfielder last competing for Manchester City. She confirmed in May that she would be leaving the team. The 35-year-old won a Women’s Super League trophy, three FA Cup titles and three League Cup championships with Manchester City.