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The History of Our Game

Here is the dedication to and history of everything girls and women’s football in Western Australia, from Rosabrook in the 1950’s, after football established itself in the group settlement areas of our South West, to Azzurri in the City suburbs of Perth, the heart of Italian passion. See it gain momentum through the School competitions, State representative teams, Perth Glory Women, competing in the National League and representing the whole of Western Australia, and honour Administrators, Australian Representatives and those that just never stop giving to the game they love. History is being made every day we live and breathe it, it never stops. 

This website is powered by the people and as history is being remembered or uncovered, information on the pages will change as it is updated.

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The action continues after the international break in several leagues around the world. The Damallsvenskan and NWSL begin to hit mid-season, while in Spain the season meanders to its conclusion.There is no such meandering in Denmark, however, with Winonah Heatley’s
The Socceroos kept their perfect World Cup qualifying record running with both a fifth-consecutive win and clean sheet as Nestory Irankunda played from the start in Bangladesh.
Prestigious French newspaper L'Equipe ranked Irankunda 28th on a list of the top 30 players in world football born after January 1, 2005.
When Cortnee Vine stuck her goals on the wall as a youngster, playing at an Olympic Games was front and centre.She is now in line to achieve that childhood dream after being among the 18 players selected to represent the
On Tuesday, head coach Tony Gustavsson named his 18-player squad (and four travelling reserves) for the upcoming Paris 2024™ Olympic Games. One player relieved to get the call-up, was Rio 2016™ Olympian, Katrina Gorry.In March, the Westham international went down
The CommBank Young Matildas have been drawn in Group A alongside hosts Colombia, Mexico and Cameroon for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Colombia 2024™. Featuring 24 nations for the first time, the biennial global youth showcase will take place

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