Goalkeeper Teagan Micah
- Height 176cm
- Weight 64kg
- D.O.B. 20/10/97
Debut: Yet to Debut
Caps (Goals): 0 (0)
Major Tournaments: 2017 Tournament of Nations, 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup (France)
Current Club: Arna-Bjornar
Previous Clubs: Brisbane Roar, Melbourne Victory, Western Sydney Wanderers
Olympic Qualifying (Women) 2020
Milestone Matildas reflect on Sweden draw
A scoreless draw with Sweden was the setting for some important achievements made by Westfield Matildas. Teagan Micah became cap number 212, recording a clean sheet in her debut between the sticks while Hayley Raso brought up appearance number 50. Raso, well into
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.
Midseason report: Westfield Matildas at home
At the halfway point of a season like no other, the Westfield Matildas plying their trade on home soil have been impressing fans and pundits alike. Between interruptions and injuries, there have been spectacular goals, magnificent saves, and enormous tackles. At the
Westfield Matildas at Home: Gielnik enters golden boot conversation
A double for Westfield Matilda Emily Gielnik has got round eight off to a blistering start with Brisbane Roar extending their unbeaten run. It didn't start well for the Roar, with Leena Khamis opening the scoring for the Western Sydney Wanderers at Marconi Stadium.
Westfield Matildas at Home: Polkinghorne, Gielnik, Chidiac find the back of the net
There was a flurry of goals to Westfield Matildas as round six of the Westfield W-League was won and done. In a Westfield Matildas derby, Brisbane Roar came away 3-2 winners over Melbourne City at AAMI Park. ... Brisbane started the stronger.