Chloe Logarzo (she/her)

Chloe Logarzo is a professional soccer player who plays in the Australia women’s national team, The Matildas.

Chloe commenced her professional football career with Sydney FC in 2011- 2012 season of the W- League and continued with the club in 2012-13 before moving overseas.

While at Sydney FC in 2013 she captained the Australian U-20’s national team. She then made her first debut for the Matildas in 2013. She joined US W-League’s Colorado Pride in 2014 and went on to be awarded 2014 USL W- League Rookie of the Year. From 2015 until 2017 Chloe went on to play for the Newcastle Jets, Swedish team Eskilstuna United and Norwegian Toppserien side Avaldsnes.

It was during this time, Chloe suffered from injury and decided to broader her skillset to landscaping.

While recovering Chloe built a determination to come back stronger, faster and fitter. She wanted to come back in her best condition to the sport she has loved from the age 5 and to become a role model for young girls.

In 2016 Chloe returned to the Matildas and has represented Australia in the 2016 Summer Olympics, 2018 AFC Asian Cup, 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup as well 2020 Women’s Olympic Qualifiers.

2017 saw Chloe return to Sydney FC where she remained until signing with Bristol City in 2020.

In February 2021 Chloe is embarking on another new adventure joining Kansas City for their inaugural season as a part of the National Women’s Soccer League in the USA. Chloe recently played an integral The Tokyo 2020 Olympic campaign for the Matildas, notching up 50 games in the green and gold for Australia. When Chloe isn’t playing the game she loves, she enjoys quality time with her partner and when she can, come home and spend time with her family in Sydney. She is extremely proud of the country she represents and hopes to mentor young boys and girls and help them also reach their dreams.

A photo of Cloe Logarzo in a white singlet with a garden containing white flowers behind her

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