The last seven players have been added to the Newcastle Jets to complete their squad for the upcoming W-League season.

The final seven include four Australians and 3 internationals headlined by former captain Gema Simon, former Young Matildas captain Chloe Logarzo and American duo Megan Oyster and Caprice Dydasco.

Simon, who captained the squad in 2013/14, is back in Newcastle after a season with Melbourne Victory.

With 75 W-League appearances, the local's experience will be welcome for Craig Deans' young squad.

Family and the support of the Newcastle community played a role in her return to a club she had been a part of since its foundation.

"You can’t beat playing in front of your family, friends and a Novocastrian crowd here in Newcastle," Simon said.

"‘This was a major factor in my return, along with coming home and being closer to my family, something which I know allows me to play at my best."

With her versatility, Simon provides Dean with some options in defence and attack with the 25-year-old adept at both ends of the pitch.

Dean has also increased his offensive options with the signing of Chloe Logarzo.

Although just 20, Logarzo already has big game experience with her 48 matches with Sydney FC including a 2012/13 championship.

"Logarzo is a dynamic midfielder, who I am looking to bring some creativity and importantly goals to the side," said Deans.

"She has been on the fringe of national selection for some time and I’m hoping that this will be a strong motivator for her to do well with the Jets this season and secure a national spot as a result."

Also added to that attacking third is former Central Coast Mariners and Western Sydney Wanderers striker Jenna Kingsley.

While she has scored goals consistently at the NSW Premier League level, knee injuries have hampered the 23-year-old at W-League level.

Deans is hoping that a fit Kingsley will be able to assist the strike due of Tara Andrews and Rhali Dobson.

"Jenna will also add a lot to the side with her past Westfield W-League experience and she shares a positive and motivated work ethic that melds well with her teammates this season," Deans concluded.

Youngster and former Jet Adriana Jones is to round off the attacking options for the Newcastle Jets this season.

At the defensive end, the Jets have picked up three overseas players in Dydasco, Oyster and former New Zealand international Hannah Bromley.

"Bromley will be a pivotal defender in the backline," Deans said of the central defender.

"She has had 12 international appearances for New Zealand and will bring a wealth of experience to the side."

23-year-old Megan Oyster was a central figure in the Washington Spirit's run to the semi-finals of the NWSL.

In her rookie season, the central defender played in every minute of the Spirit's 2015 campaign and recorded 1 goal.

22 year old Dydasco also managed minutes in her rookie season, appearing in 6 regular season matches for the Spirit this season.

Deans and the Newcastle Jets have an extra week to hone the squad with a 'bye' forcing the Jets to sit out the first round of the W-League.