2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
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PFA slams 'abhorrent' online abuse of Matildas

Matildas players have suffered "abhorrent" abuse online following claims of sexual abuse and harassment within women's soccer, their union said.

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26dJoey Lynch

Matildas set to host Brazil in Sydney

Australia's long wait to host international football again is set to end, with the Matildas to play Brazil in Sydney in October.

Heartbroken De Vanna walks away from football (0:36)
De Vanna discusses Stajcic dismissal (0:48)
De Vanna believes she earned place in Matildas camp (0:40)
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Matildas omit Foord, call on fresh faces

Australia have called up a number of fresh faces but will be without Caitlin Foord in the coming friendly international against Republic of Ireland.

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64dKathleen McNamee

Raso signs two-year deal with Man City

Australia international Hayley Raso has signed a two-year deal with Manchester City, the club announced on Tuesday.

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71dMarissa Lordanic

What can the Matildas learn from Tokyo?

The Matildas have long been earmarked for their potential; now everything is set for them to move on from Tokyo 2020 to realise it.

Should Rapinoe have had more minutes for the USWNT in Tokyo? (1:22)
Reframing the Matildas 'missed opportunity' in Tokyo (2:33)
The Matildas' future looks bright after promising Olympics (1:08)
Lloyd hints at retirement following bronze medal win (1:06)
Was the USWNT's Olympics a success? (1:02)
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Rapinoe, Lloyd score as USWNT wins bronze

The United States women's national team beat Australia 4-3 to win the Olympic bronze-medal match, with Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd both scoring.

RankingsWomen's Olympic Tournament

Goal Difference-2Tied-7th
Goals Scored114th
Goals Conceded1310th