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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.
Kerr has already been ruled out of Thursday's Group B match against Nigeria in Brisbane, having sustained a calf injury ahead of last week's World Cup opener against Ireland in Sydney.
Sam Kerr, Kyah Simon, Clare Polkinghorne, Lydia Williams and Tameka Yallop emerged and inspired the next generation when our domestic women's league was born in 2008, writes David Davutovic.

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CommBank Matildas Head Coach Tony Gustavsson has selected the 23-player squad for the ‘Til It's Done Farewell Series against China PR in Adelaide and Sydney.Australia opens the series against the defending AFC Women’s Asian Cup™ champions on 31 May in
Chelsea have taken out their fifth-straight FA WSL title, demolishing Manchester United 6-0 on the final day of the season and pipping Manchester City to the post by goal difference.Meanwhile, Lyon are French champions for the seventeenth time, and Nordsjaelland
A dramatic final day of WSL action awaits, as Manchester City and Chelsea battle it out for the trophy. Meanwhile, PSG and Lyon will face off for the Division 1 Féminine trophy, and Nordsjaelland are one step away from the
Football Australia is thrilled to announce it has been awarded the hosting rights for the 2026 edition of the AFC Women's Asian Cup™, following official ratification by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Executive Committee at their meeting on 15 May
The CommBank Junior Matildas have finished their AFC U17 Women’s Asian Cup 2024™ campaign with a 3-1 defeat against Thailand in the third and final group stage match.Head coach Rae Dower made two changes to the starting side that took
The CommBank Junior Matildas play their final AFC U17 Women's Asian Cup Indonesia 2024™ group stage game on Monday night (AEST) when they take on Thailand.All matches will be shown live and free on the AFC's YouTube ChannelThe CommBank Junior