If you enjoyed seeing the team on the world stage over the past month during the FIFA Women's World Cup on home soil, read our guide on how to watch our 23-player squad in their club colours this upcoming season.
Our guide will give you all the latest information on where to watch and how to tune in as our team plays across the globe in some of the top leagues in the world.
The biggest contingent of our 23-player FIFA Women's World Cup squad ply their trade in England with the Women's Super League with 10 players from the squad featuring in the league.
Arsenal - Kyra Cooney-Cross, Steph Catley & Caitlin Foord
Two Aussies represent the Gunners in the WSL, with Steph Catley and Caitlin Foord claiming their first piece of silverware last season for Arsenal when they helped their side to a Conti Cup title.
Jonas Eidevall's side will be aiming to claim the WSL title for the first time since the 2018/19 season, looking to dethrone Chelsea's four-peat run.
Catley and Foord have been playing at Arsenal since the 2020/21 season, and both signed contract extensions with the club at the end of last season.
Arsenal's first game of the WSL will see them host Liverpool on Monday the 2nd of October at 12am AEST, tune in on Optus Sport.
Chelsea - Sam Kerr
Sam Kerr helped Chelsea claim their fourth consecutive WSL title last season and their third consecutive Women's FA Cup trophy.
The team has signed a number of up-and-coming talent for the 2023/24 season after losing stalwarts Magdalena Eriksson and Pernille Harder to Bayern Munich at the end of last season.
The Blues are once again in contention for European football, qualifying for the UEFA Women's Champions League after finishing first in the league.
Chelsea's first game of the WSL will see them host Tottenham Hotspur on Monday the 2nd of October at 3:30am AEST, tune in on Optus Sport.
Everton - Clare Wheeler
Clare Wheeler's Everton will be looking to go one better than their 6th-place finish last season when they kick off their WSL campaign against Brighton & Hove Albion.
The midfielder signed a new contract at the start of the year, making her loan move from Fortuna Hjørring in Denmark permanent.
Everton's first game of the WSL will see them host Brighton on Sunday the 1st of October at 11pm AEST, tune in on Optus Sport.
Leicester City - Courtney Nevin
Courtney Nevin's Leicester City narrowly avoided relegation last season, sitting just five points clear of the drop. Nevin's loan move from Hammarby in Sweden midway through the season helped turn the Foxes' run around, recording 4 assists in 12 WSL appearances.
The defender made her loan deal permanent at Leicester leading into the Women's World Cup, Nevin is also joined by fellow Matilda at the club, Remy Siemsen.
Leicester's first game of the WSL will see them take on newly promoted Bristol City on Monday the 2nd of October at 12am AEST, tune in on Optus Sport.
Liverpool - Teagan Micah
Teagan Micah signed with Liverpool throughout the Women's World Cup, making the move from FC Rosengård in Sweden ahead of the new WSL season.
Micah could be set to make her WSL debut for the Reds in their season opener against Arsenal, looking to make her mark on Matt Beard's side.
Liverpool's first game of the WSL will see them take on Arsenal on Monday the 2nd of October at 12am AEST, tune in on Optus Sport.
Manchester City - Mary Fowler & Alanna Kennedy
Mary Fowler and Alanna Kennedy's Manchester City just missed out on European football for this season, finishing the WSL season in fourth place and thus outside of the UEFA Champions League spots.
Gareth Taylor's side has only two changes in personnel heading into the season so far, Aussie Hayley Raso leaving for Real Madrid and Jill Roord joining the club from Wolfsburg.
Manchester City's first game of the WSL will see them take on West Ham United on Monday the 2nd of October at 1am AEST, tune in on Optus Sport.
West Ham United - Mackenzie Arnold
Mackenzie Arnold's West Ham United finished 8th in the WSL last season, with Arnold named the 2022/23 Players' Player of the Season by her teammates.
Arnold recorded 8 clean sheets across all competitions for the Hammers, with five in the WSL.
West Ham United's first game of the WSL will see them host Manchester City on Monday the 2nd of October at 1am AEST, tune in on Optus Sport.
Brisbane Roar - Tameka Yallop
Tameka Yallop returns to Brisbane Roar for the upcoming season, signing a multi-year deal after stints in Norway and England. The midfielder returns to Roar after her last stint in the Liberty A-League back in 2018.
Melbourne Victory - Lydia Williams
CommBank Matildas' goalkeeper Lydia Williams has signed for Melbourne Victory in the Liberty A-League on a two-year deal, returning to the Dub after stints in England and France.
Williams played in Melbourne City's last Championship winning team in the 2019/20 season and joins their cross-town rivals, Melbourne Victory for the upcoming season.
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Melbourne Victory will kick off their Liberty A-League season against Brisbane Roar on Sunday the 15th of October at 4pm AEDT at the Home of the Matildas, tune in for free in Australia on 10Play or via Paramount+.
Sydney FC - Cortnee Vine
Cortnee Vine signed a new deal with Sydney FC following her memorable FIFA Women's World Cup, looking to help the Sky Blues to another history-breaking season. Sydney FC claimed the double last season, lifting the Premiership and Championship, making it three consecutive Premierships.
Sydney FC will kick off their title defence in a Sydney Derby at Allianz Stadium, hosting the Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday the 14th of October at 7:45pm AEDT, tune in for free in Australia on 10Play or via Paramount+.
The season is well underway in Sweden, with the league taking a break for the FIFA Women's World Cup. Five players in our 23-player squad currently play in the Damallsvenskan.
BK Häcken - Aivi Luik
Aivi Luik's BK Häcken currently sit at the top of the league table, with three points between them and second place as they look to lift the league title.
Häcken will be back in action this weekend in a top-of-the-table clash that will see them take on second-place Linköping on Saturday the 2nd of September at 3am AEST, tune in on viaplay.
Vittsjö GIK - Charli Grant, Katrina Gorry & Clare Polkinghorne
Three Aussies currently play for Vittsjö GIK, with Clare Polkinghorne, Katrina Gorry and Charli Grant currently playing for the side in Sweden.
Vittsjö narrowly missed out on a spot in the UEFA Champions League last season, looking to build on their nine wins so far in the season to move up the table from 7th. They will be back in action next week against last-placed Kalmar on Tuesday the 5th of September at 3am AEST, tune in on viaplay.
San Diego Wave - Emily van Egmond
The season in the USA is almost drawing to a close, with San Diego Wave having 5 games remaining in the regular season as they look to keep their spot in the top six to book their spot in a second consecutive play-off.
Although this is only their second year in the NWSL, Emily van Egmond's San Diego are quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with, the side were knocked out in the semi-finals by the eventual champions, Portland Thorns.
Wave will be in action next week when they host Houston Dash on Monday the 4th of September at 10am AEST, tune in for free in Australia on NWSL's site.
Olympique Lyonnais - Ellie Carpenter
Ellie Carpenter's Lyon had a season to remember last year, claiming the Division 1 Féminine title as well as lifting a record-breaking 10th Coupe de France Féminine.
The side is one of the most successful teams in Europe, claiming the UEFA Women's Champions League trophy 8 times, with their last victory coming in the 2021/22 season.
The defending D1 champions will kick off their league campaign against Le Havre on Saturday the 16th of September, available to watch via ata football.
Paris Saint-Germain F.C - Clare Hunt
Clare Hunt has officially signed for Paris Saint-Germain for the upcoming Division 1 Féminine season on a three-year deal, signing her first overseas contract with the French side.
PSG finished second in the D1 last season, with Carpenter’s Lyon claiming the title and beating the side in the Coupe de France final.
Tigres UANL - Alex Chidiac
Alex Chidiac is on loan from Racing Louisville for the remainder of the season, joining Tigres in Mexico on loan and linking up with the most successful women's club in Mexico with 5 Liga MX Femenil titles to their name.
Tigres' next game in the Liga MX Femenil will see a top-of-the-table clash with Club América as both sides look to keep their unbeaten start to the season going. This game will kick off on Thursday the 7th of September at 11am AEST.
Real Madrid - Hayley Raso
Hayley Raso became the first-ever Australian to sign with Spanish giants, Real Madrid when she made the move to 'Los Blancos' after three years in the WSL.
The winger will be hoping to help Real Madrid claim their first piece of silverware after the team fell agonizingly short of the illustrious first after going down 3-1 on penalties to Atlético Madrid in the Copa de la Reina final.
Real Madrid's first game of the Liga F season will see them host Real Betis on Sunday the 10th of September at 5:00 am, tune in on DAZN to watch the league.