Keep track of every Matilda, W-League and young up-and-coming Aussie female talent transferring abroad right here in our updated list.
Emma Checker - FC Fleury 91 (Division 1 Arkema)
Emma Checker signed for Division 1 Arkema FC Fleury 91 after winning the 2020 W-League championship with Melbourne City.
"It is an honour to have been given the opportunity to join FC Fleury 91," she said.
"I am equally happy to join the french championship which has an excellent reputation. I am extremely demanding of myself and I hope that this will help the team to accomplish its objectives. I love to win and to be competitive, my ambition is to finish in the top 5."
Elise Kellond-Knight - Kristianstads DFF (Damallsvenskan)
KK jetted off to Sweden where she was recently injured in her club debut, however the seriousness is currently unknown.
Mary Fowler - Montpellier (Division 1 Feminine)
French club Montpellier confirmed the signing of Matildas prodigy Mary Fowler in February.
Fowler joined the club from Adelaide United after scoring three goals in seven appearances last season.
Amy Harrison - PSV Eindhoven (Eredivisie Vrouwen)
Amy Harrison was one of the first Australians to seal a move to continental Europe and hopes her switch to PSV Eindhoven will help her break back into the Matildas.
"I'm obviously super excited," Harrison told the Matildas' website.
"I guess it's a little strange at the moment being so excited. However, when that green light does come, and I can get there, it's just exciting thinking about it all."
Caitlin Foord - Arsenal (Women's Super League)
One of the highest-profile signings of the Matildas flood into England, after Chelsea snapped up Sam Kerr, Foord quickly followed suit to Arsenal.
She played a key role in their late-season surge and narrowly lost to Kerr's Chelsea in the 2020 Continental Cup final before Arsenal were ruled out of the WSL title on a weighted points-decision due to COVID19.