2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
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Matildas' Raso fractures back in NWSL

Matildas star Hayley Raso could miss a mooted friendly showdown with England after fracturing her back in a National Women's Soccer League game.

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FIFA sounds death knell for Lowy-led FFA

FIFA has endorsed proposed governance reforms for the FFA and urged the four federations who are threatening to block them to change their minds.

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A-League could go independent by 2019

The A-League would be spun off from the FFA and run independently in time for the 2019-20 season under a proposal by a FIFA-backed working group.

United States 1-1 Australia: Horan preserves unbeaten run (1:40)
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Matildas beat Brazil in Tournament of Nations

The Matildas have reinforced their supremacy over Brazil with a 3-1 win to open the defence of their Tournament of Nations crown with a bang.

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Sam Kerr sets new NWSL benchmark

Australian national team superstar Sam Kerr achieved a big milestone with a hat trick of goals as Chicago Red Stars beat the hapless Sky Blue FC 3-1

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Matildas fall to Japan in Asian Cup final

Australia have missed a golden opportunity to head into next year's Women's World Cup as Asian champions after suffering an 11th-hour loss to Japan.

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Australia focused on Asian Cup semifinal

Alen Stajcic insists that there is "no complacency" within Australia's ranks as they prepare to take on Thailand in the Asian Cup semifinal.

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De Vanna's painful Asian Cup memories

Matildas striker Lisa De Vanna says triumphing in the Asian Cup would be a sweet follow-up to one of the most painful memories of her career.

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De Vanna stars as Matildas thrash Thailand

De Vanna scored either side of half-time, with Chloe Logarzo, Alex Chidiac and Larissa Crummer also on the scoresheet in front of 7,549 fans.

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De Vanna: Matildas targeting World Cup glory

Matildas veteran Lisa De Vanna has her sights set on making it to a fourth World Cup, and she doesn't want to come away empty-handed.

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Kerr unfazed by Women's World XI snub

Sam Kerr insists she wasn't too downcast by her World XI snub, saying her main focus is to make sure the Matildas become an international powerhouse.