Professional footballer Chloe Logarzo is described as “creative, dynamic and highly competitive…she is a player who makes an immediate impact…both on and off the field.” (Coach Huw Williams, Kansas City, matildas.com.au) Beginning as a Westfield Matilda in 2013, her career has been played across the globe, including Scandinavia, Australia, the US and England. Chloe’s achievements are extensive. In 2013 she captained the National Under-20s side to finish runner up in the AFF Women’s Championship. In 2014 whilst playing for Colorado Pride she went on to win Rookie of the Year after scoring eight goals and contributing seven assists in the USL W-League. Chloe represented the Matildas in the 2016 Summer Olympics, 2018 Asian Cup, 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the 2020 Summer Olympics team which finished the tournament in 4th place, the best the Matildas have ever done at an Olympics. A recent move from the FA’s Bristol City to the NWSL Kansas City is an exciting new opportunity for Chloe. With a 3-year deal, and the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup on home soil in her sites, Chloe is set to thrive.