Goalkeeper Lydia Williams
- Height 175cm
- Weight 63kg
- D.O.B. 13/5/88
Lydia Williams will head to her third FIFA Women's World Cup as Australia's first-choice goalkeeper having made a full recovery from an ACL injury which kept her sidelined for the majority of 2014.
The 27-year-old currently plays for Washington Spirit in the NWSL and has also represented Canberra United in the Westfield W-League, making 58 appearances for the club over several seasons.
The AIS product has 40 international caps to her name, having made her international debut for the Young Matildas in 2005.
Womens Asian Cup 2018
NWSL Preview: Three Aussies in clash to shape play-off race
There are two all-Aussie clashes in another exciting weekend of National Women’s Soccer League action in the US. With a total of 10 Westfield Matildas stars playing in the NWSL, Lydia Williams and Steph Catley will take on Sam Kerr, while Katrina Gorry’s side will be in action
‘Reality check’ has Westfield Matildas ready for Asian Cup assault
Veteran goalkeeper Lydia Williams says the Westfield Matildas’ “reality check” at the recent Algarve Cup has the team primed for success at this month’s AFC Women’s Asian Cup. Alen Stajcic’s side headed to the Algarve Cup in Portugal as the pre-tournament favourites but had to
Williams welcomes competition for Westfield Matildas' number one shirt
Westfield Matildas goalkeeper Lydia Williams is relishing the healthy competition provided by positional rival Mackenzie Arnold. Widely regarded as among the best shot-stoppers in the world, Williams has been Australia's undisputed number one at the last two international tour
Westfield Matildas in action: Westfield W-League season wrap
Brisbane Roar secured the regular season title but several Westfield Matildas stars still have Westfield W-League success in their sights ahead of the Finals Series. Here, we review just some of the outstanding achievements managed by Australia's best throughout the 2017/18 se
Westfield Matildas duo share importance of Melbourne City's Indigenous recognition events
Melbourne City stars and prominent Aboriginal footballers Lydia Williams and Kyah Simon have spoken of their pride in being at the forefront of the club's upcoming Indigenous recognition double-header. City's Westfield W-League and Hyundai A-League teams will come together at
Westfield Matildas in Westfield W-League: Round 2 wrap
We're just over two weeks out from the Westfield Matildas' two-match series against China and competition for places in Alen Stajcic's squad is heating up. Take a look at some of the national team stars who shone in Round 2 of the Westfield W-League. LYDIA WILLIAMS Back