Tony Gustavsson: "We're all disappointed about the result"
The Commonwealth Bank Matildas have exited the AFC Women's Asian Cup following a 1-0 defeat at the hands of South Korea. For head coach Tony Gustavsson the loss was unsurprisingly disappointing but credited South Korea with a strong performance. "I want to congratul
Commbank Matildas bow out of AFC Women's Asian Cup after narrow defeat to South Korea
The Commonwealth Bank Matildas ...ave suffered a heartbreaking end to their AFC Women's Asian Cup campaign, after South Korea stunned the green and gold with a late 1-0 victory ... Tony Gustavsson's side were determined to control the match early, keeping the ball tight
Tony Gustavsson: "We play the same way no matter who's on the park."
The Commonwealth Bank Matildas are through to the quarter-finals of the 2022 AFC Women's Asian Cup, following a 2-1 win over Thailand. ... The team was able to notch up three wins from three games with 24 goals scored and only one conceded across the group stage matches.
Commbank Matildas round off perfect group stage with victory over Thailand
Tony Gustavsson's side will head into the AFC Women's Asian Cup knockout rounds full of confidence, after a 2-1 victory against tournament regulars, Thailand. ... The path to AFC Women's Asian Cup silverware has become clearer for Australia, with South Korea awaiting th
Game Changers Pt I - Presented by Commonwealth Bank
While the Commonwealth Bank Matildas have many unique experiences when it comes to showcasing their 'Never Say Die' spirit, one thing that unites them is their resilience and ambition. ... Commonwealth Bank and Football Australia recently launched a historic partnership to strengt
2022 AFC Women's Asian Cup Preview - Australia v Thailand
The Commonwealth Bank Matildas' final group stage match sees them face familiar opposition in Thailand. ... At the last edition of the AFC Women's Asian Cup in 2018, Australia and Thailand met just before the tournament in a friendly and then again in the semi-final. T
Matildas two from two after convincing victory against brave Filipina side
The Commonwealth Bank Matildas have assured themselves a spot in the quarter-finals of the AFC Women's Asian Cup, defeating The Philippines 4-0 in Mumbai A resilient Filipina outfit started the first half brightly, with two efforts on the counter-atta... Full-back
Clare Polkinghorne: "the focus is on ourselves"
Ahead of the Commonwealth Bank Matildas second match at the AFC Women's Asian Cup, defender Clare Polkinghorne is hoping the team brings much of the same intensity they did against Indonesia. ... The 18-0 result has created a positive vibe around the group and was the best
Luik completes childhood quadfecta by scoring first national team goal
Commonwealth Bank Matildas' veteran Aivi Luik recently came out of retirement to help mentor younger players during Australia's 2022 AFC Women's Asian Cup campaign, but contributed even more than expected. "It felt great to be a part of the team again," Luik said of ru
CommBank Matildas keen to build on tone-setting performance
The Commonwealth Bank Matildas began their AFC Women's Asian Cup campaign with a bang. The 18-0 win over Indonesia was a statement of intent and the team was delighted with the performance. For defender Ellie Carpenter, a good start in tournament mode was crucial fo
Matildas at Home: Sydney streak ahead at the top of the table
Three fixtures were unfortunately postponed in the A-League Women's but that didn't stop Sydney FC from extending their lead at the top of the table. Of the three fixtures which remained, a lot of attention was placed on first taking on second with Sydney hosting Melbou