Forward Kyah Simon
- Height 164cm
- Weight 63kg
- D.O.B. 25/6/91
Debut: Friendly v Hong Kong, August 2007
Clubs played for: Central Coast Mariners, Sydney FC, Boston Breakers, Western Sydney Wanderers, Sydney FC, Melbourne City, Houston Dash
Her 2018 so far:
Simon started all 14 fixtures for Melbourne City in the 2017/18 season as Patrick Kisnorbo’s side claimed back to back Westfield W-League Championships.
She contributed two goals and five assists to the Melbourne cause throughout the year but her campaign was somewhat soured by a hamstring injury picked up in City's Grand Final win.
That would rule Simon out of participating in the Westfield Matildas’ Algrave Cup campaign, but she made two starts and five appearances in total at the AFC Asian Cup, offering a return of two assists and one goal.
Following the dissolution of the Boston Breakers ahead of the 2018 NWSL season, Simon joined Houston Dash in February and netted her first goal in a 1-1 draw with Portland Thorns on 9 May.
In total, she’s scored eight goals in eight appearances for the Dash – who currently are seventh on the table.
One of the most experienced and reliable components of the Westfield Matildas' squad, Simon has scored 24 goals in 81 matches for Australia, and her propensity as a big-game player will no doubt come to the fore as the side defend their Tournament of Nations crown.
Tournament of Nations 2018
City confirm injury blow to Westfield Matildas star Simon
Melbourne City today confirmed Westfield Matildas international Kyah Simon will be ruled out for the remainder of the Westfield W-League Season 2018/19 due to an ankle injury. Simon, 27, has scored two goals in four matches for the three-time reigning Champions this seas
Catley confident of City run after return from injury
Returning Melbourne City defender Steph Catley believes her team are ready to begin their customary charge towards finals after they defeated Newcastle Jets 3-1. With only one win from their first five games City headed into Sunday’s Westfield W-League encounter needing not on
Simon's long journey to full recovery in Westfield W-League almost complete
Melbourne City attacker Kyah Simon is making up for lost time in the Westfield W-League after returning from Achilles and ankle injuries which ruled her out for more than six months. Simon, originally from Sydney, has a history of Achilles tendonitis which first reared its he
Westfield Matildas in the Westfield W-League: Simon finds the net, Gielnik puts on a masterclass
The ladder is taking shape in the Westfield W-League and the competition between Westfield Matildas is stronger than ever. Kyah Simon’s penalty was almost enough to give Melbourne City all three points against Michelle Heyman’s Adelaide United, while Brisbane Roar’s trio of W
Westfield Matildas coach Stajcic to head up NAB Young Footballer of the Year panel
Westfield Matildas coach Alen Stajcic will head up a panel of experts to determine nominees for the 2018/19 NAB Young Footballer of the Year. An array of Westfield Matildas stars have won the award in recent years for their Westfield W-League performances, including Steph Catl
Westfield Matildas at Melbourne City in 2018/19
Melbourne City represent something of a mini Westfield Matildas camp in between international breaks. Champions in each of the last three seasons, the glamour side has strengthened further with the recruitment of midfielder Tameka Butt and her former Brisbane Roar team-mate El
NWSL weekend wrap: Kerr and Simon among the goals
It could prove to be a decisive weekend in the National Women's Soccer League playoffs. Late drama for Katrina Gorry, another sensational brace from Sam Kerr and a run in with mother nature for Alanna Kennedy and Emily van Egmond highlight this weekend's NWSL wrap. READ: Ra
NWSL Preview: Crucial weekend for top four hopefuls
Fresh from the Tournament of Nations, it’s straight back into the swing of things for the Westfield Matildas in the NWSL. For some of our Westfield Matildas, there’s just a three-day turnaround before they’re back into some big matches at the season’s pointy end. Hayley Ras
Westfield Matildas eyeing “vengeance” against Japan
Westfield Matildas attacker Kyah Simon admits revenge for April’s AFC Women’s Asian Cup final loss against Japan will be added motivation in Friday morning’s (AEST) crucial Tournament of Nations clash. Alen Stajcic’s side were denied the Asian Cup title in Jordan earlier this
‘Legacy, pioneers, role models’: Forces driving Westfield Matildas’ ambitions
There is a sense something special is brewing among the Westfield Matildas players. The success at the 2010 AFC Women’s Asian Cup made waves back home — the women were the first senior national team to deliver Australia a major international title. But the ascent to become
Westfield Matildas squad: Attackers
Alen Stajcic has finalised a 21-player squad brimming with top-quality forward options for the Westfield Matildas' defence of their Tournament of Nations title. Much of the group has become well known to fans over the course of recent years. Here’s a look at all forwards wh
Raso, Carpenter win battle of the Westfield Matildas in NWSL
Hayley Raso and Ellie Carpenter have got the better of a couple of Westfield Matildas teammates in a thrilling National Women’s Soccer League clash on Monday (AEST). Raso and Carpenter – both playing for Portland Thorns – emerged 3-1 winners over Kyah Simon and Clare Polkingho