Kyah Simon Football Clinics

About The Clinic

After Kyah’s double shoulder surgery she was unable to run her football clinics during April, however Kyah is back and ready to grow the KS 17 Team as she continues to dedicate herself to helping shape the next generation of Matildas.

The Clinics, which run over two days and are open for girls aged between 8-18 years old, offer aspiring Matildas the chance to learn firsthand from one of Australia’s brightest women’s football stars!

“I am passionate about football and determined to help future generations be the best footballers they can be. I hope to inspire the girls through sharing my experiences throughout my professional career, how I got to where I am today and have them leaving with a new sense of belief within themselves, empowered and motivated to chase their dreams.” – Kyah.

With determination, big dreams and a lot of hard work, I believe anything is possible. Kyah Simon

Kyah’s mission is simple, to create a fun-filled football environment, where each member of the KS 17 Team finishes the clinic having learned new skills and developed in areas they didn’t think possible. Here’s a glimpse of what the clinic will include:

  • Control
  • Dribbling
  • Passing
  • Shooting
  • Small-Sided Games

Off the field Kyah will dedicate a session to answering questions, as well as open up about her personal experiences including what it took to get to where she is today, playing for The Matildas, establishing a professional status abroad, how she achieved her footballing dreams, what it was like competing at World Cups and Olympics Games and how she stays at her peak. There will also be an opportunity for autographs and photos.

It’s going to be a fun, exciting, challenging and most of all a rewarding memorable experience, and we can’t wait for you to join the Team at the next Kyah Simon Football Clinic.

Contact Kyah

Messages and enquiries can be sent to Kyah via the enquiry form


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