Matildas Honours Board

Major tournaments

OFC Women's Championship 

  • Winners: 1994, 1998, 2003
  • Runners-up: 1983, 1986, 1991 

AFC Women's Asian Cup 

  • Winners: 2010
  • Runners-up: 2006, 2014, 2018 
2010 Matildas AFC Asian Cup
The Matildas celebrate winning the 2010 AFC Women's Asian Cup.

AFF Women's Championship

  • Winners: 2008

Minor Tournaments

  • Winners: Australia Cup – 1999, 2001, 2002
  • Winners: 2017 Tournament of Nations
  • Winners: 2019 Cup of Nations
Matildas win the Cup of Nations in melbourne
The Matildas lift the Cup of Nations after claiming the four-nation tournament held in Australia.

Records & statistics 

Most 'A' international appearances

# Player Span Caps Goals
1 Cheryl Salisbury 1994–2009 151 38
2 Lisa De Vanna 2004–2020 150 47
3 Heather Garriock 1999–2011 130 20
4 Clare Polkinghorne 2006– 138 10
5 Elise Kellond-Knight 2007– 113 2
6 Emily Van Egmond 2010- 112 23
7 Joanne Peters 1996–2009 110 28
8 Kyah Simon 2007- 105 26
9 Sam Kerr 2009- 104 49
10 Anissa Tann 1988-2002 102 8
(as of 1 May, 2021)
Cheryl Salisbury
Cheryl Salisbury is carried by her team mates after retiring from football, having played a record 151 times for Australia. Australia v Italy, Parramatta Stadium, January 31, 2009.

Most 'A' international goals

# Player Span Goals Caps
1 Sam Kerr 2009- 49 104
2 Lisa De Vanna 2004- 47 150
3 Kate Gill 2004-2015 41 86
4 Cheryl Salisbury 1994-2009 38 151
5 Sarah Walsh 2004-2012 32 70
6 Joanne Peters 1996–2009 28 110
7 Kyah Simon 2007- 26 105
8 Linda Hughes 1989-2000 24 63
9 Emily Van Egmond 2010- 23 99
10 Caitlin Foord 2011- 21 95
(as of 1 December, 2021)

 

Kerr
Sam Kerr celebrates one of her record-breaking 49 goals for the Matildas.