Defender Laura Brock
- Height 178cm
- Weight 72kg
- D.O.B. 28/11/89
Debut: 06-Mar-2010 v Korea DPR (in Brisbane) Friendly (W3-2) age 20
Caps (Goals): 63 (2)
Major Tournaments: 2011 FIFA World Cup (Germany), 2014 AFC Asian Cup (Vietnam), 2015 FIFA World Cup (Canada), 2016 Olympic Games (Rio de Janeiro), 2018 AFC Asian Cup (Jordan), 2020 Olympic Games (Tokyo)
Current Club: EA Guingamp
Previous Clubs: Melbourne Victory, Brisbane Roar, Lincoln Ladies (ENG), Melbourne City, Orlando Pride (USA)
Olympic Qualifying (Women) 2020
Players and fans react to Laura Brock and Aivi Luik's retirement
As Laura Brock and Aivi Luik shared news of their retirement from the Matildas, Australia's football community joined together in showing their appreciation for two of our much-loved departing players. The love for Laura and Aivi was felt from all around the world, with
Commonwealth Bank Matildas defender Laura Brock announces her retirement
Commonwealth Bank Matildas defender Laura Brock has announced her retirement from international football, with a decade-long career representing her country. Brock enjoyed a successful career with the Commonwealth Bank Matildas, earning 65 caps and scoring 2 goals. Th
"Ecstatic" Laura Brock soaking up every minute of Tokyo 2020
The expansion of Olympic football squads from 18 to 22 players has meant alternate players have become fully-fledged members of the team. It was a big deal for Mackenzie Arnold, Charlotte Grant, Courtney Nevin and Laura Brock, but it particularly means a lot for the latter.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Roster: Introducing the defenders
The groups have been drawn, the matches set, and now Australia has a squad for Tokyo! With kick-off in the first game against New Zealand just around the corner, it's time to meet the team that will be representing Australia. Next up are the women in the backline: the defe
Matildas Abroad: KNVB Cup sealed with a kiss
It was another big weekend for the Westfield Matildas abroad with Kyah Simon and Amy Harrison securing silverware with PSV in the Netherlands. Here's a wrap of all the action. ...rance Lyon enjoyed an 8-0 win over Fleury but ultimately finished second in the league.
Matildas Abroad: Cup final for Kyah Simon and Amy Harrison
Ahead of the international break, the Westfield Matildas abroad will play another round of action with silverware on the line in the Netherlands....France The final round of Division 1 Féminine sees PSG in pole position to claim its first ever league title.
Matildas Abroad: Final round of FA WSL action
The final day in England sees both the title race and the relegation battle still live with Westfield Matildas involved in both. Here's a look ahead to the weekend's action across England and the continent. ... England Sam Kerr was at the double as Chelsea defeated Tot