Victoria Williams arrived at the club on a free transfer from Sunderland in July 2018.
The 32-year-old spent time with Doncaster, Arsenal and Leeds as a youth player, making her debut for the latter in 2007.
After spending two years with Doncaster Belles, Williams joined Chelsea in 2012, before returning to the Belles for a year.
A move to the Black Cats followed in 2015 where she spent three season, joining Albion in 2018.
Williams has captained Albion on a number of occasions during her time with the club, and extended her stay with Albion in May 2021 until the end of the 21/22 campaign. Early in the 2021-22 campaign she made her 50th WSL appearance for the club.
The defender has also represented England at youth team level, and has been capped up to the under-23s.
Victoria signed a new one-year deal in July 2022.
Williams and Veltman receive PFA Community Champions award
Honour recognises their work with AITC in the local community.
Five players to leave Albion at the end of the season
Confirmation of departures for Albion's women's team.
Fourteen players on international duty
First call-up for Victoria Williams while Katie Robinson links up with Lionesses again.
Williams: We can fix defensive issues
Skipper left frustrated after Liverpool snatched a stoppage-time equaliser on Sunday.