Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) has today announced a partnership with Futbol Cult to honour all past and present women players who have represented Australia.

The partnership will see current and former Matildas able to order their own copy of an Honour Roll artwork that features the names of all players to have represented Australia.

Designed by Futbol Cult founder Anthony Siokos, the artwork follows previous work that celebrated the Socceroos Centenary in 2022.

Futbol Cult founder Anthony Siokos with the poster

PFA Head of Player Development Rita Mankowska said the Honour Roll was an important way to celebrate the contribution of so many players.

“The Matildas know that when they take the pitch in the opening match of the Women’s World Cup that they are the beneficiaries of a remarkable legacy of the players that came before them.

“We are hugely grateful to Anthony for his willingness to collaborate and his ongoing efforts to celebrate our past and elevate the future of the game.”

Siokos said: “Australian women’s football is experiencing a golden generation with many of our Matildas playing for the world’s biggest clubs. This has been made possible due to their aspiration and dedication to the game, but also because of the pathway built by those Australian women who came before them.”

“This commemorative artwork is more than a list of names and cap numbers. It is the representation of decades of hard work and sacrifice. There are 224 women listed in an official capacity and an acknowledgement of others who wore the green and gold with pride, including the pioneering 1975 Australian XI.”

“It is my great privilege to team up with the PFA to put something like this together. Every player can hang it on their wall, knowing they are forever enshrined in Australian football history.”

All past and present Matildas and members of the 1975 Australian XI can order up to three copies of the of Honour Roll which will then be posted out.

Eligible members can order their copy by clicking here.