Goalkeeper Lydia Williams
- Height 175cm
- Weight 63kg
- D.O.B. 13/5/88
Lydia Williams joined Melbourne City FC at the beginning of the 2016/17 Westfield W-League season, where she has since played an integral role as City’s first-choice goalkeeper.
Since joining City ahead of the 2016/17 season, Williams has become a two-time championship winning goalkeeper with the side in City blue.
Before moving to Melbourne, the shot-stopper spent six seasons with her hometown club, Canberra United – where she won two W-League premierships and one championship title.
Williams brings a wealth of experience both domestically and internationally, where she has established herself as the Matildas first-choice ‘keeper. Since making her international debut at the age of 18 in 2006, Williams has earned over 70 international caps to go alongside over 100 W-League appearances.
Westfield W-League 2018/19
International City: Three players called up for Matildas series with Chile
Lydia Williams, Elise Kellond-Knight and Tameka Butt have all been selected in the Westfield Matildas 20-player-squad for Australia’s two-match ‘Seven Consulting International Series’ against Chile later this month. After taking on France and England abroad in October, the Wes
Melbourne City FC signs five key W-League players
Melbourne City has signalled its 2018-19 season intent, bolstering its line-up further with five more talented players, hungry for success. After securing the signatures of a handful of experienced Matildas, Head Coach Rado Vidosic has now added fellow Matilda, Lydia Williams
Williams lauds City's approach to football
Melbourne City FC shot-stopper Lydia Williams has commended the Club’s approach to Women’s football ahead of City’s third straight Grand Final appearance. Patrick Kisnorbo’s side will be looking to create history as the first club in the history of the competition to win three
City stars selected in Matildas Squad for Algarve Cup
Melbourne City FC stars Steph Catley, Lydia Williams, Alanna Kennedy, Kyah Simon and Larissa Crummer have been named in the Westfield Matildas preliminary 25-player-squad ahead of next Tuesday’s departure to Portugal for the 2018 Algarve Cup. The preliminary will assemble at V
W-League: Williams ready for Remembrance Round test
While strikers might dominate the headlines for their goal-scoring exploits, if you don’t concede, you can’t lose. It’s a philosophy that Lydia Williams lives by as the guardian of the City goal; and a duty which the Matildas shot-stopper carried out with dedication during Fr
Melbourne City players visit Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance ahead of double header
Melbourne City FC players visited Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance on Wednesday afternoon, touring the historical site with RSL Victoria personnel ahead of City’s Remembrance Round double-header this Sunday. Melbourne City FC will draw focus to the significance of Remembrance
International City: Matildas win Cup of Nations
Another dazzling display from the Matildas has seen them claim the inaugural Tournament of Champions following a 6-1 demolition of Brazil in California on Friday morning. Despite going behind early, Australia’s speed, movement and technical quality shone through as they tore t