About Stephanie-Elise Catley
The ever versatile defender will look to enhance her role for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, with coach Tony Gustavsson looking to lean on the 28-year-old as a leader amongst the Commbank Matildas squad.
An Australian international since the age of 18, the Melbourne-born full-back has been deployed in a variety of positions across more then 100 appearances, never fazed by the tasks of a centre-back, wing-back, winger, or central midfielder, assisting her side, however possible.
Once a recognisable face within the A-League Women's competition, Catley won an incredible five league titles in her home city, for both Victory and then fierce rivals City.
It was little surprise then to see the Victorian amongst the bright lights of America and the United Kingdom, with successful stints in Orlando, Seattle, and Portland preparing the Australian for a dream switch to London giants Arsenal FC.
Known for her immense work-rate on the flanks, it is little surprise that both her Arsenal and Australian sides are so prolific on the counter-attack, with Catley's ability to transition from a defender into an attacking threat, now second to none amongst her peers.