Biggest Westfield W-League off-season signings

Ahead of the upcoming Westfield W-League campaign, we look at some of the biggest signings for the 2017/18 Season.

Here's 10 of the biggest so far.

Clare Polkinghorne (Brisbane Roar)

The Westfield Matildas stalwart has resigned for the Roar, having enjoyed a stellar career in Brisbane since making her debut as a foundation player, aged 19.



Caitlin Cooper (Sydney FC)

The youngster leaves cross-town rivals Western Sydney Wanderers, where she won Player of the Year last season, to link up with the two-time Westfield W-League Champions.



Wai Ki Cheung (Brisbane Roar)

The exciting attacker becomes the first Hong Kong international player to sign up to play in Australia's elite women's club football competition.



Trudy Burke (Western Sydney Wanderers)

The seasoned goalkeeper returns to the Wanderers after spending the last two seasons with Melbourne City and Canberra United.



Laura Alleway (Melbourne Victory)

The 27-year-old Westfield Matildas defender returns for a second stint at Victory having been a member of the inaugural squad back in 2008.



Grace Abbey (Adelaide United)

The 18-year-old has re-signed with the Reds having established herself as a strong and versatile defender last season, and also representing the Young Matildas.



Mackenzie Arnold (Brisbane Roar)

The Westfield Matildas goalkeeper has committed her future to Brisbane and continues to enhance her reputation as an integral member of the current squad after joining from Perth Glory last season.



Adriana Jones (Adelaide United)

The pacy forward has extended her contract, having scored nine goals last season, including a classy hat-trick in the 10-2 win over the Western Sydney Wanderers.



Ellie Carpenter (Canberra United)

After two seasons and 23 appearances for WSW, the Westfield Matildas defender has moved to the capital.



Michelle Heyman (Canberra United)

The star forward has resigned with the reigning Premiers after missing the last part of the 2016/17 season with an ankle injury. 


Canberra United's Michelle Heyman celebrates one of her goals against Newcastle Jets