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Japan, SK, join Matildas in Asian Cup QFs

Japan, SK, join Matildas in Asian Cup QFs

Holders Japan and South Korea joined Australia in the last eight of the Women's Asian Cup, and now meet to decide which is likely to face the Matildas. 25 Jan 2022
Leader Kerr hailed by Matildas coach

Leader Kerr hailed by Matildas coach

Matildas superstar Sam Kerr's leadership and inspiration have been hailed by Tony Gustavsson after Australia's 4-0 Asian Cup win over the Philippines. 25 Jan 2022
Kerr begins Indian adventure with record

Kerr begins Indian adventure with record

Sam Kerr's quest to lead the Matildas to Women's Asian Cup glory in the homeland of her grandparents has begun in record-breaking start against Indonesia. 22 Jan 2022
Kerr makes history in Matildas thrashing

Kerr makes history in Matildas thrashing

Captain Sam Kerr has become Australia's greatest international goalscorer as the Matildas began their Asian Cup with a record-breaking 18-0 win over Indonesia. 22 Jan 2022
Matildas focused on Asian Cup win: Simon

Matildas focused on Asian Cup win: Simon

On the eve of the Asian Women's Cup, 2010 tournament hero Kyah Simon says the objective is simple for the Matildas in India - bring home the trophy. 20 Jan 2022
Matildas primed for Asian Cup glory: Foord

Matildas primed for Asian Cup glory: Foord

The Matildas aim to win the Asian Cup for a second time with gun forward Caitlin Foord confident their star-studded attack will deliver when it matters. 19 Jan 2022
Matildas' Kerr second best in FIFA award

Matildas' Kerr second best in FIFA award

Matildas star Sam Kerr has been recognised for her brilliant 2021 campaign for club and country, being voted the second best women's footballer on the planet. 18 Jan 2022
High Asian Cup hopes for Matildas' Raso

High Asian Cup hopes for Matildas' Raso

As she heads into her third Asian Women's Cup, in-form Matildas winger Hayley Raso is ready to take on a senior role in Australia's quest to win the tournament. 17 Jan 2022
Matildas' defence doesn't worry Carpenter

Matildas' defence doesn't worry Carpenter

Matildas defender Ellie Carpenter is confident in Australia's defensive solidity as they prepare for their Asian Cup opener against Indonesia. 16 Jan 2022
Matilda Khamis ‘had the drive’ to play A-League in 2022 but ‘wasn’t given the opportunity’

Matilda Khamis ‘had the drive’ to play A-League in 2022 but ‘wasn’t given the opportunity’

New Perth Glory signing Leena Khamis is set to be included in the squad for Sunday's A-League Women clash with Newcastle Jets. 14 Jan 2022
Fresh faces to fill Sydney's Matildas void: ‘We’ve got substitutes that could start for other teams’

Fresh faces to fill Sydney's Matildas void: ‘We’ve got substitutes that could start for other teams’

Defender Ally Green believes Sydney FC's form will remain unblemished despite the losses of Cortnee Vine and Remy Siemsen to Matildas call-ups. 14 Jan 2022
Asian Cup Matildas a better team and more prepared than Tokyo: Kennedy

Asian Cup Matildas a better team and more prepared than Tokyo: Kennedy

Matildas defender Alanna Kennedy believes Australia is in much better shape to perform under Tony Gustavsson at the Asian Cup than before last year's Olympics. 13 Jan 2022
Matildas ‘priding ourselves’ on defence ahead of Asian Cup

Matildas ‘priding ourselves’ on defence ahead of Asian Cup

Happy and finding her best form in club football, Alanna Kennedy is confident the Matildas can find defensive resolve at the upcoming Women's Asian Cup. 12 Jan 2022
Midfield depth poses Matildas Asian Cup questions

Midfield depth poses Matildas Asian Cup questions

Of the twenty-one Australian women confirmed for the Asian Cup so far, only four are listed as midfielders starting there for their clubs. What will Matildas head coach Tony Gustavsson have to do to fill this missing middle? 11 Jan 2022
Matildas AFC Women's Asian Cup travelling squad announced

Matildas AFC Women's Asian Cup travelling squad announced

Tony Gustavsson has released the twenty-five player travelling Matildas squad ahead this year's AFC Women's Asian Cup. 8 Jan 2022
'It might humble us': FA chief prepared to take hits to toughen up Matildas

'It might humble us': FA chief prepared to take hits to toughen up Matildas

The Matildas will go into the 2023 Women’s World Cup on home soil battle-hardened and ready to test the best, according to Football Australia chief James Johnson. 31 Dec 2021