Chloe Mustaki’s story is one of resilience and courage having overcome some major obstacles to finally make an appearance for the Republic of Ireland at senior level.
Her playing career started at Park Celtic and St Joseph's and she would progress to play for UCD Waves and Peamount United, as well as for Girondins de Bordeaux in France and Charlton Athletic in England.
Mustaki won the Women’s National league with Peamount United in 2011, reached the FAI Cup final while playing for DLR Waves, while she would do both with Shelbourne in 2021.
She was captain of the successful Republic of Ireland u19s football team which qualified for the UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship finals for the first time in 2014 where they would reach the semi-finals.
In February 2015, she completed her treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma which is a form of blood cancer.
She was called up for the senior Republic of Ireland women's national team for the first time in October 2019 but due to a serious ACL injury that she suffered training with them in March 2020, it wasn’t until February 2022 that she made her debut in their Pinatar Cup clash against Russia.