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.
World Cup 2019 (W)
Westfield Matildas in the Westfield W-League Grand Final: Will Kennedy stop City’s sensational six?
They have helped the Westfield Matildas qualify for the Tokyo Olympics and have a Westfield W-League Premiership safe in their keeping as well. Now Melbourne City's six Australian stars will look to cap a remarkable few months by winning the Westfield W-League 2020 Grand Final
Westfield Matildas in the Westfield W-League: City stars go in search of double
Melbourne City's sensational six Westfield Matildas go straight into the hunt for a Westfield W-League Championship as the Finals Series kick-off this weekend. The recently-crowned Premiers will welcome the six Green and Gold stars ? Lydia Williams, Ellie Carpenter, captain St
‘A really good, hard fought win’ – Westfield Matildas react to 5-0 first leg triumph
It was a case of half a job done as Chloe Logarzo, Kyah Simon and Ellie Carpenter spoke to matildas.com.au after the full-time whistle blew on the Westfield Matildas' 5-0 win against Vietnam. The Green and Gold seized the advantage in the first leg of their final Olympic Games
Sensory room gives Simon’s ‘number one fan’ chance to watch her shine for Westfield Matildas
Kyah Simon will go into the Westfield Matildas' game against Vietnam this Friday night safe in knowledge her number one fan will be there supporting her to the end. As the Green and Gold embark on their final steps towards securing a berth at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Simon
FFA connects with KS Foundation for crunch Matildas qualifier
Football Federation Australia (FFA) is pleased to announce that it has collaborated with KS Foundation to host a sensory room at this Friday's Women's Olympic Football Tournament Play-Off between Australia and Vietnam. KS Foundation, the brainchild of Newcastle Jets attacker K
Westfield Matildas in Westfield W-League: City's national team stars lift Premiers Plate
Six Westfield Matildas stars have claimed the first silverware of the Westfield W-League 2019/20 season after Melbourne City wrapped up the Premiership title in Round 13. City captain Steph Catley lifted the Premiers Plate alongside Ellie Carpenter, Aivi Luik, Emily van Egmond
‘It’s half the job done’: Westfield Matildas duo set sights on the double with Melbourne City
The Premiership celebrations weren't even in full swing before Melbourne City and Westfield Matildas pair Kyah Simon and Ellie Carpenter had already switched their focus towards securing the Westfield W-League double. City got their hands on the 2019/20 Season's first piece of
Captain Catley leads Melbourne City to fifth Westfield W-League title
Melbourne City captain Steph Catley captured her fifth Westfield W-League title after her side lifted their second Premiers Plate following a 4-0 win against Western Sydney Wanderers on Thursday. Claire Emslie set City on their way with an early penalty, Westfield Matildas sta
‘I’ll put my body through anything’: Simon benefitting from patient approach
Kyah Simon has gone from being a 'kid in a candy store' to employing a more patient approach, and is reaping the rewards. After enduring a frustrating 12 months injuries and setbacks, the Westfield Matildas and Melbourne City attacker is back to her scintillating best. One
Westfield Matildas in Westfield W-League: van Egmond keeps up stellar form in City’s Derby triumph
Emily van Egmond cannot stop scoring and the Westfield Matildas star struck again in Melbourne City's statement 4-0 derby win against Victory. Van Egmond backed up her four goals in Olympic qualifying last week with her sixth strike of the Westfield W-League campaign, while We
Gallery: Green and Gold faithful celebrate Westfield Matildas' victory
Seeing the Westfield Matildas score six is a highlight for anybody but when the Green and Gold spend time with their fans after the final whistle, that is a treat in itself. We bring you the best images of the Westfield Matildas faithful from before the kick-off at Campbelltow
What they said: Australian stars give their verdict on win over Thailand
The Westfield Matildas continued their free-scoring ways on Monday night as they defeated Thailand 6-0 to ensure their spot in the final round of Women's Olympic Football Qualifying. ... Midfielder Emily van Egmond scored her first-ever international hat-trick, while Kyah Simon gr