Keep track of every Matilda, W-League and young up-and-coming Aussie female talent transferring abroad right here in our updated list.
Ellie Carpenter - Olympique Lyon (Division 1 Feminine)
Ellie Carpenter signed arguably the biggest move in Australian football history when she joined six-time Champions League winners and the most prestigious club in global women's football, Olympique Lyon.
Laura Hughes - Throttur Reykjavik (Úrvalsdeild Kvenna)
Laura Hughes told us about the excitement in signing her first overseas contract with Throttur Reykjavik.
The young Aussie, who has arrived in Iceland, described how and why she picked the Icelandic league.
"It’s always been a dream of mine to play overseas so now that I’ve finished school I thought this was the perfect opportunity to travel and play," she said.
Teagan Micah - Arna-Bjornar (Toppserien)
Matildas goalkeeper Teagan Micah has signed with Norwegian side Arna-Bjørnar.
The Brurastien based club, located near Bergen, has played in Norway's top-flight competition, the Toppserien, since 2006. This is the first overseas professional club that Micah will play for.
Clare Polkinghorne - Avaldsnes IL (Toppserien)
Polkinghorne is set for a debut European move after the culmination of this W-League campaign, although she'll miss many of the youngster Matildas in her squad currently flooding the English Women's Super League.
With Polkinghorne's move to Norwegian Toppserien club Avaldsnes confirmed - recently home to fellow veteran teammate Aivi Luik - the 121-cap Australian defender is hoping to New South Wales football fans on a high.
Katrina Gorry - Avaldsnes IL (Toppserien)
Matildas midfielder Gorry worked her way back into national team contention after a long injury-related absence at the end of Australia's Tokyo Olympics qualifiers and secured a move alongside Polkinghorne to Avaldsnes soon after.