Do you want to be part of Trixie's List?
It's our directory to support federations, associations and clubs to identify women (and others) who want to be involved in football organisations either voluntarily or professionally.
To join Trixie's List, first join Women in Football and you have the option to be listed either privately with us or with some details included on here as shown in our example below with Committee member, George Donikian.
Trixie's List is named after Trixie Tagg, the first woman coach of the Matildas who coached the team for four games in 1981.
Are you looking for someone on Trixie's List?
If you are looking for a particular skillset, interest or location, just search for the word or term in the search box below.
Please note that not everyone on Trixie's List is listed below; only those who have consented to do so publicly.
If you would like to get in touch with any of the people on Trixie's List, or would like to find out about those who are part of Trixie's List but who have opted not to be included publicly here, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Eilidh Mackay: Sydney
LinkedIn: Eilidh Mackay
Karen Murray-Cox: Hobart
Favourite football team: Glenorchy Knights FC
Kathryn Duff: Canberra
Chantell Keating: Sydney
Amy Orphanides: Sydney
Mel Morris: Melbourne
From helping to create the first girls team at my local club to playing a small amount of representative football for my region, it has been a large part of my life and still is today.
Lesley Podesta: Melbourne
Mother, fan, feminist, committed to building community cohesion particularly through sport. Women in Football Committee member.
Kat Smith: Melbourne
A passionate educator on and off the field with vast experience across the education and football eco-system, having engaged in primary, secondary, tertiary facilitation and grassroots to elite football development.
Bonita Mersiades: Sydney
Fan; volunteer; also worked in game at NSL club, state federation, Socceroos and FFA; FIFA whistleblower; advocate; Women in Football President.
Ana Bernardino: Darwin
Supporter, parent, mini-roo team manager, mini-ro coach, junior club coordinator, Secretary and local club President involved in football for 40 years
Natina Monteleone: Hobart
Player, Coach, Administrator, Advocate, Supporter
Cerise Brooks: Sydney
Current occupation: Football Operations Development Officer
Dr Karen Block: Melbourne
Parent ('football mum'), player, team manager, assistant coach.
Elyse Finlayson: Sydney
Played football competitively in the NPL league since 2005 (age 12) with the Illawarra Stingrays FC. I have continued my footballing career as a goalkeeper representing clubs such as Illawarra Stingrays, Sutherland Shire FA and Macarthur Rams FC. Throughout my adolescence, I was selected as goalkeeper for NSW Metro (Nationals); Metro Far South (State) and the Combined High Schools team as well as Southern NSW for Futsal and NSW Vikings. I went overseas for a two-week tour in America to play in the San Diego Surf Cup; and a two-week tour in China to play with Vikings Futsal Association.
Fiona Reynolds: Launceston
'Soccer mum' and girls' North Tasmanian rep team career before joining the board of Football Tasmania in April 2020.
Emma Higgins: Sydney
Football Referee at Granville District, Hills and State League Referees; Assistant Secretary for the State Referees Branch; Previous Committee Member of Granville District Referees; FFA Referees Liaison Officer for International Matches; Football NSW Volunteer for Futsal Nationals and other football events
Andrea Gadon: Hobart
Player and a parent of girls who play with a passion for football. I am interested in supporting and watching the development of female football in Tasmania and Australia as a whole.
George Donikian: Melbourne
Professor John Maynard: Newcastle
Philip Micallef: Sydney
Robert Pettit: Melbourne
Anthony Siokos: Sydney
Carlos Bielli: Sydney
An amazing football journey
Gary Cole: Melbourne
A lifetime of football as a fan, player, coach and administrator
Arthur Kontalis: Sydney
Involved as a player, referee and administrator, and current Board member at St George FC
Stephen Dettre: Sydney
Michael Edgley: Melbourne
Involved in the Australian football industry in various capacities for over 30 years. Player, volunteer, manager and supporter.
Nick Galatas: Melbourne
Player for last 30 years; Chairman and Board member of South Melbourne Football Club; started SMFC girls' competition; led SMFC application to join NPLW; mentor and volunteer with my daughter's team.
Greg Werner: Sydney
Player, Coach, Administrator, Referee, Fan; involved with the game since the 1960s.