Lydia Williams signs with Paris Saint-Germain for one season

Paris Saint-Germain are pleased to announce the signing of Lydia Williams on a one-year deal. The Australian goalkeeper will play for the Rouge et Bleu until 30 June 2023.


Lydia Williams started her professional career with Canberra United FC in 2008. The 'Matildas' player has gone on to play for eight clubs in four countries around the world.


In the last two seasons, the international has played 18 games for Arsenal FC in England.


The new keeper played for the Australian U20 team at the age of 18, before being selected for the senior side at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup in China. Lydia Williams reached the impressive milestone of 100 caps in June this year.


The Club is delighted with Lydia's arrival in its squad and wishes her a great season in the Parisian shirt.





Position: Goalkeeper

Born on 13 May 1988, in Katanning (AUS)

Nationality: Australian

Height: 1m75



2008-2009     Canberra United

2009                  Chicago Red Stars (loan)

2009-2012       Canberra United

2012-2013        Pitea IF

2013-2014        Canberra United

2014                   Western New York Flash

2015-2016        Canberra United

2016-2017        Houston Dash

2016-2017        Melbourne City (loan)

2017                   Reign FC

2017-2018        Melbourne City (loan)

2018-2019       Melbourne City (loan)

2019-2020       Melbourne City

2020-2022      Arsenal FC

2022-2023      Paris Saint-Germain




For club

Australian Championship (2012, 2017, 2018, 2020)

For country

Asia Cup (2010)

AFF Nations Cup (2019)

Nations Tournament (2017)

Women's AFF Championship (2008)

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