|Full name||Caitlin Jade Foord|
|Date of birth||11 November 1994|
|Place of birth||Shellharbour, New South Wales, Australia|
|Height||1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)|
|Playing position||Left / Right winger, right wingback|
|Illawarra Sports H.S.|
|2009-2010||Central Coast Mariners||0||(0)|
|2013-2014||Sky Blue FC||36||(0)|
|2013-2014||-> Sydney FC (loan)||11||(5)|
|2015||Sky Blue FC||10||(0)|
|2017||Vegalta Sendai Ladies||17||(4)|
|2018-||Portland Thorns FC||0||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14 February 2018|
? National team caps and goals correct as of 26 November 2017
Caitlin Jade Foord (born 11 November 1994) is an Australian professional soccer player, who currently plays for Sydney FC in the Australian W-League. She became the youngest Australian to play at a World Cup when she represented Australia at the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup at the age of 16.
With the announcement that the Central Coast Mariners would not field a women's team in the 2010-11 W-League season, Foord, along with fellow Mariners players Teresa Polias, Lydia Vandenbergh, and Renee Rollason, all switched to nearby club, Sydney FC.
In October 2013, Sky Blue FC loaned Foord back to Sydney FC for a season.
On 15 December 2017, Foord returned to Sydney FC, coming straight into the match squad of the day.
On 11 January 2018, Foord's rights in the NWSL were traded from Sky Blue to Seattle Reign FC for two other players. The rights were subsequently traded to the Portland Thorns FC along with a 2020 NWSL 2nd Round draft pick in exchange for US international midfielder Allie Long. Foord indicated that she would indeed be playing with the Thorns.
Foord assisted the Australian Westfield U16 Women's team to progress through to the AFC U17 Women's Championship undefeated by scoring a hat-trick in a match against the Philippines.
Catlin was announced in an extended Australian Westfield Women's under 17 squad for the upcoming ASEAN Cup in October and AFC Championships in November.
In June-July 2011, Foord competed at the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup in Germany. Foord started in two of the three group matches from right back, missing out on game two versus Equatorial Guinea. Foord then started from right midfield in the quarter-final game against Sweden, before showing off her quick pace down the right flank when reverting to the full-back position after Elyse Perry was substituted for Tameka Butt in the 59th minute. The Matildas were eliminated from the competition after losing this match 3-1. Foord was given the "Best Young Player" award for the tournament.
|Aussies Abroad: The Matildas (ESPN) retrieved 12/18/2013|
In 2013, Foord was featured in an hour-long episode of ESPN's Aussies Abroad entitled, The Matildas, which profiled four Australian national team players (Foord, Lisa De Vanna, Kyah Simon, and Samantha Kerr) and their experience playing internationally.
Scores and results list Australia's goal tally first.
|1||12 May 2011||Bluetongue Stadium, Gosford, Australia||New Zealand||1-0||3-0||Friendly|
|2||14 May 2014||Th?ng Nh?t Stadium, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||Japan||1-0||2-2||2014 AFC Women's Asian Cup|
|3||12 February 2015||Bill McKinlay Park, Auckland, New Zealand||New Zealand||3-0||3-2||Friendly|
|4||19 May 2015||Valentine Sports Park, Sydney, Australia||Vietnam||2-0||4-0||Friendly|
|5||21 May 2015||WIN Stadium, Wollongong, Australia||Vietnam||11-0||11-0||Friendly|
|6||4 June 2016||Moreshead Park Stadium, Ballarat, Australia||New Zealand||1-0||2-0||Friendly|
|8||6 August 2016||Arena Corinthians, São Paulo, Brazil||Germany||2-0||2-2||2016 Summer Olympics|
|9||3 August 2017||StubHub Center, Carson, United States||Brazil||2-1||6-1||2017 Tournament of Nations|
|11||19 September 2017||McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle, Australia||Brazil||2-1||3-2||Friendly|