Football Australia is thrilled to announce that as of this morning, ticket sales have exceeded 1.5 million for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023™, establishing a new benchmark for any FIFA Women's World Cup™ event.
The CommBank Matildas have finished a memorable 2023 with a 1-0 defeat to Canada in front of a record Canadian crowd at Christine Sinclair Place.It was a memorable occasion in world football as it marked the final time that the
The CommBank Matildas will play their final international for 2023, taking on Canada in the second of a two-match series. Australia will take on the world number 10 at BC Place, named Christine Sinclair Place for the game as a nod to
CommBank Matildas coach Tony Gustavsson spoke to the media ahead of his team’s second game against Canada, to be played on Wednesday AEDT (Tuesday local).He began by confirming that the lineup for game two will be much changed from the
The CommBank Matildas continued their preparation for game two against Canada on Wednesday (Tuesday local time) as they arrived back at their home base in Vancouver.Caitlin Foord spoke about learning from their experience in game one, the buy-in from the
The CommBank Young Matildas have defeated the Chinese U-20 Women’s National Football Team 1-3 in the first of their two-match international series.Goals were awarded to Daniela Galic, Sasha Grove and Ella O’Grady for Australia at the Auxiliary Field of Xiamen
Tony Gustavsson spoke to the media after the CommBank Matildas were defeated by Canada 5-0 on Saturday afternoon AEDT (Friday evening local time). He began by congratulating Canada for their performance and speaking to their strengths, particularly on their right-hand side.