Gill lines up alongside the likes of Christie Pearce Rampone, Kelly Smith, Eniola Aluko and Ariane Hingst.

Those in the lineup have seen a total of 30 FIFA World Cup teams, amassing numerous World Cup titles, Olympic gold medals and legacies for club and country. 

“Our world-class broadcast team for the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ brings sharp insight and bold personality to our studio and match coverage,” said Executive Producer David Neal.

“We assembled some of the most trusted, experienced players and global voices in soccer for in-depth analysis and storytelling to enhance the viewer experience.”

Gill, who is also the PFA Deputy Chief Executive, was part of the 2010 AFC Women’s Asian Cup champion winning team, a 2010 Asian Female Player of the Year and is the third all-time leading Australian goal scorer.