Olympic History: Rio 2016, Tokyo 2020
Year Born: 1994
State Born: NSW
After captaining the Australian U20 side to the final of the 2013 ASEAN Football Federation Women’s Championship, Chloe Logarzo earned her full international debut later that year in a 2-0 victory over China.
While not selected for the 2015 World Cup, Chloe earned selection for the Olympic squad in 2016 and appeared in every Matildas game.
In the quarter-finals against Brazil, Chloe converted her penalty in the deciding shootout, however they were ultimately defeated 7-6 in the shootout and eliminated from the tournament.
In 2017 Chloe was part of the Matildas squad to win the Tournament of Nations, beating the highly-touted United States side in the process. She competed at her first Asian Cup in 2018 where the Matildas were only defeated 1-0 by Japan in the final.
Chloe was selected for the 2019 World Cup and featured in the midfield in every Matildas match. She scored an invaluable goal in the Matildas 3-2 victory against Brazil during the tournament.
After winning two W-League Championships with Sydney FC, Chloe went abroad with English side Bristol City and US club Kansas City.
At Tokyo 2020 Chloe and the Matildas made all of Australia proud in putting together a historic achievement.
Their fourth place finish, which was nearly a podium finish after a 4-3 loss to the USA in the bronze medal game, is the highest ever finish by the Matildas at an Olympic Games.