Aussies Abroad: Arsenal & PSV start UWCL campaign with a win
The first of the UEFA Women's Champions League Round 1 clashes got underway yesterday. With plenty of Aussies in action, here is a wrap of the action. A win to both Arsenal and PSV see them battle for a spot in the second round of the UEFA Women's Champions League.
International Youth Day: A nod to our young guns
To celebrate International Youth Day 2021, we look at some of the Matildas' young stars, who are already finding their place in the squad. Youngsters played a vital role in the Matildas achieving their best-ever finish at the Olympic Games. Over our six matches at Tokyo 20
Tameka Yallop: The exciting thing is, you don't know who the young and upcoming stars are until you watch
A record-breaking Olympics has shown Australia the power of women's football. Following on from Tokyo 2020 and the Matildas' fourth-place finish, midfielder Tameka Yallop spoke to Studio 10 about her Olympic Games journey and on what's next in Australian women's football. Y
Matildas nominated for PFA Players' Awards 2021
Six Matildas have been rewarded for remarkable individual seasons with nominations for the PFA Players' Awards 2021. Sam Kerr, Ellie Carpenter and Dylan Holmes all received nominations for the Women's Footballer of the Year, while Mary Fowler, Ellie Carpenter, Kyra Cooney-Cro
Sarah Walsh: Tokyo 2020 something to build on for 2023
A record-breaking Olympics has shown Australia what will be on its doorstep in less than two years. Following on from Tokyo 2020 and the Matildas' fourth-place finish, Football Australia's Head of Women's Football and Women's World Cup: Legacy and Inclusion, Sarah Walsh, spoke
The Matildas will get better and better after Tokyo 2020
Tokyo 2020 presented the first major tournament of Tony Gustavsson's tenure as the coach of the Matildas. Since his first match in April this year, the team has slowly worked its way out of the Covid-enforced hibernation that kept it off the pitch for nearly 400 days, to now f
Fan favourite moments from our Tokyo Olympic campaign
The Matildas, in partnership with Cadbury Australia, have commemorated Australia's most memorable moments and greatest players from Tokyo 2020, a campaign that saw history in the making. ... The Tokyo Olympics campaign got off to the best possible start for our Matildas
Australian community celebrates Matildas historic fourth place finish
After the Matildas went down fighting against the United States in the Bronze Medal Match, supporters from all corners of the globe celebrated their historic best-ever Olympic placing. Goals from captain Sam Kerr, Caitlin Foord and Emily Gielnik were not enough for the Aussies
Sam Kerr: Matildas' greatest ever goal-scorer
Matildas' captain Sam Kerr made for an even more memorable Olympic campaign, becoming the highest Australian women's international goal-scorer.... We reflect on some of the memorable moments and goals from our nation's greatest ever woman goal-scorer. The forward's fir
Tony Gustavsson: “You can win different things. You can win trophies, and you can win the hearts of people."
After just missing out on a Tokyo 2020 podium position last night, Matildas' coach Tony Gustavsson and defender, Steph Catley spoke to media about using the bronze medal loss to fuel future success, along with the exciting journey ahead for women's football in Australia.
Matildas make history with a fourth place finish
The Matildas have gone down fighting against the United States as they were defeated 4 ? 3 in the Bronze Medal Match at Ibaraki Kashima Stadium. Goals from Sam Kerr, Caitlin Foord and Emily Gienlik were not enough for the Aussies to overcome the defending world champions in an
Matildas reach best-ever Olympic placing and the best is yet to come
It may have been heartbreak for the Matildas as they went down fighting in a 3-4 battle for bronze against the US, but there is much to be celebrated as Australia welcomes a new era in women's football. ... Olympic history was made and records were broken both on and off t