Keep track of every Matilda, W-League and young up-and-coming Aussie female talent transferring abroad right here in our updated list.
Karly Roestbakken - Lillestrom SK (Toppserien)
Roestbakken's move to the most dominant side in Norway's Toppserien, LSK Kvinner FK, will likely ensure she remains a key cog in Australia's defensive wheel for years to come.
LSK have won a whopping five of the last six Norwegian titles and made the Champions League quarterfinals two years ago.
While overshadowed by the plethora of Matildas heading to European powerhouses over the past few months, Roestbakken's decision appears shrewd but hardly surprising. Everything about the Matildas' wing-back - from her presentation in interviews to her presence on the pitch - exudes reliability and confidence.
Hayley Raso - Everton (Women's Super League)
Matildas winger Hayley Raso joined Everton on a six-month contract, joining Australian teammate Sam Kerr in England's FA Women's Super League.
Nikola Orgill - Kolbotn (Toppserien)
After another strong campaign with Canberra United, both Orgill and teammate Roestbakken departed to Norway. While Roestbakken joined undisputed powerhouses Lillestrom, Orgill joined fellow high-flyers, three-time champions Kolbotn.
Sam Kerr - Chelsea (Women's Super League)
Matildas captain Sam Kerr officially signed with English club Chelsea on November 13.
She said a desire to play in the world's best women's soccer league led to her signing a lucrative deal with English heavyweights Chelsea.
The Matildas captain joined Chelsea for the next two-and-a-half years on a reported $2m deal.