British Transport Police have confirmed that she was hit by a train at West Allerton station last night.
Zoe, from Mossley Hill, who played for Everton Ladies U17s and Manchester City Women and recently signed for Fylde Ladies AFC, was also an England U19 international.
Tributes have flooded in from family, friends, her community and across the football world for Zoe who had just completed seven years at Calderstone's School where she recently earned "outstanding" A-level results.
“Zoe was the most loving and caring daughter and sister anyone could wish for," her family said in a statement. “She was a vibrant, generous and fun-loving girl who always knew how to cheer anyone up, and was a loyal, straight-talking friend to many.
“She was a dedicated athlete, never happier than when she had a ball at her feet and was the ultimate team player. She touched so many people's lives and will never be forgotten.”
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