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Samantha May "Sam" Kerr is an Australian soccer player who plays for Chelsea in the English FA Women's Super League. She is the current captain of the Australia women's national soccer team. As of 2019, Kerr is the all-time leading scorer in both the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) in the United States and the Australian W-League.
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Watch: WA Premier Mark McGowan is speaking liveWestern Australia Premier Mark McGown is speaking live following comments from Matilda's captain Sam Kerr about Australia's successful 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup bid.
Matildas qualifiers moved to Sydney after coronavirus outbreak forces relocationMatildas captain Sam Kerr has praised organisers for moving Olympic qualifiers from China to Sydney due to the coronavirus outbreak in the Asian nation.
Sam Kerr to become one of the highest paid female footballers in the worldMatildas captain Sam Kerr says moving to English Women's Super League side Chelsea will improve her as a footballer.
Kerr takes on Rapinoe for FIFA best playerMatildas captain Sam Kerr will get a third shot at winning FIFA's best women's player award, while Arsenal Women coach Joe Montemurro is also up for a gong.
Incredible Kerr scores four to send Matildas through to World Cup last 16The sensational Sam Kerr has become the first Australian to score a World Cup hat-trick, firing four goals in a 4-1 rout of Jamaica to send the Matildas into the knockout rounds.
Sam Kerr makes history as Matildas defeat Jamaica 4-1 at Women’s World CupSam Kerr has produced one of Australia's most extraordinary solo performances at a World Cup with a four-goal haul to defeat Jamaica.
'We don't listen to the haters': Matildas captain Sam Kerr lashes out at criticsWorld Cup star Sam Kerr has shared her story as a gay member of the Matildas' World Cup squad.
'Suck on that one': Matildas hit back at haters after 3-2 win over BrazilSam Kerr has taken aim at commentators and fans that wrote off the Matildas after their first-up loss to Italy, telling them to "suck on that one".