After the Women’s World Cup: What clubs do the Matildas play for?
We’re SO glad you asked. The 2023 Women’s World Cup brought new faces to center stage and gripped not only the nation but the world. Whether you’re a long time Matildas supporter or just jumping on the bandwagon this year, we hope you’ll continue to tune in to watch, support, and show up for these amazing athletes!
Ready to take your support from every 4 years to year round? Here’s where every Matilda is playing their club football.
AUS – A-League Women
- Kyah Simon – Central Coast Mariners
- Cortnee Vine – Sydney FC
- Tameka Yallop – Brisbane Roar
UK – Women’s Super League (WSL)
- Sam Kerr – Chelsea
- Caitlin Foord – Arsenal
- Steph Catley – Arsenal
- Kyra Cooney-Cross – Arsenal
- Mackenzie Arnold – West Ham
- Courtney Nevin - Leicester
- Clare Wheeler - Everton
- Alanna Kennedy - Man City
- Mary Fowler - Man City
- Teagan Micah - Liverpool
- Lydia Williams – Brighton
USA – National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL)
- Emily van Egmond – San Diego Wave
- Alex Chidiac – Racing Louisville
FRA – Division 1 Féminine
- Ellie Carpenter – Olympique Lyonnais
- Clare Hunt – PSG
ESP – Liga F
- Hayley Raso – Real Madrid
SWE – Damallsvenskan
- Charlotte Grant – Vittsjö GIK
- Katrina Gorry – Vittsjö GIK
- Clare Polkinghorne – Vittsjö GIK
- Aivi Luik – BK Häcken FF
Don’t forget, these are just 23 of Australia’s best female athletes… there’s countless more you can support! Follow your local A-League of AFLW teams and turn up to a match IRL! Let’s keep this wave going.