Forward Natasha Dowie
- D.O.B. 30/6/88
Natasha Dowie has been at Victory for the last two seasons, and also holds the club record for most goals in a W-League season.
In 2016, Dowie was recognised at the PFA Awards, winning W-League Player of the Month in November.
At Victory on loan from Boston, Dowie has also played overseas for Watford, Fulham, Charlton Athletic and Liverpool.
Westfield W-League 2019/20
Victory boost ahead of Melbourne Derby
Melbourne Victory striker Natasha Dowie says last weekend's win against Perth Glory was a huge boost ahead of Saturday's clash with Melbourne City. Victory's 2-1 win against Glory ended a two-match losing streak and Dowie says it was good to put on a show in front of a big cro
Natasha Dowie signs for two years
Melbourne Victory is delighted to announce that Natasha Dowie has signed a two-year deal with the Club. Victory's all-time leading Westfield W-League goalscorer, Dowie has made a huge impact since she first signed in 2015. The former Liverpool striker said she had no doubts
Stats analysis: Dowie's W-League campaign
Natasha Dowie became Melbourne Victory's all-time leading goalscorer and the forward set another record during the Westfield W-League season. After netting six times, the English star became the first player to top Victory's goalscoring in three different seasons. Dowie, 29
Dowie breaks Victory goals record
Melbourne Victory star Natasha Dowie became the club's all-time leading Westfield W-League goalscorer outright on Saturday. Dowie scored a brace in a 4-0 win over Adelaide United at Lakeside Stadium, taking her tally to 16 goals in 25 Westfield W-League games for the club.
Dowie equals Victory record
Melbourne Victory captain Natasha Dowie equalled the club's Westfield W-League goalscoring record with her strike against the Western Sydney Wanderers on Friday night. Dowie struck in the 63rd minute to help Victory earn a 1-1 draw at Lakeside Stadium. The goal was her 14th
Dowie calls for more ruthless Victory
Melbourne Victory captain Natasha Dowie called on her team to be more clinical after its 3-1 loss to Perth Glory on Sunday. Dowie opened the scoring with a brave header at nib Stadium, but a Rachel Hill goal and Sam Kerr brace saw Perth to its win. Victory had its opportuni