2020 Season

2020 Schedule
Heartbroken De Vanna walks away from football (0:36)
De Vanna discusses Stajcic dismissal (0:48)
De Vanna believes she earned place in Matildas camp (0:40)
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Matildas omit Foord, call on fresh faces

Australia have called up a number of fresh faces but will be without Caitlin Foord in the coming friendly international against Republic of Ireland.

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37dKathleen McNamee

Raso signs two-year deal with Man City

Australia international Hayley Raso has signed a two-year deal with Manchester City, the club announced on Tuesday.

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45dMarissa Lordanic

What can the Matildas learn from Tokyo?

The Matildas have long been earmarked for their potential; now everything is set for them to move on from Tokyo 2020 to realise it.

Should Rapinoe have had more minutes for the USWNT in Tokyo? (1:22)
Reframing the Matildas 'missed opportunity' in Tokyo (2:33)
The Matildas' future looks bright after promising Olympics (1:08)
Lloyd hints at retirement following bronze medal win (1:06)
Was the USWNT's Olympics a success? (1:02)
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Rapinoe, Lloyd score as USWNT wins bronze

The United States women's national team beat Australia 4-3 to win the Olympic bronze-medal match, with Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd both scoring.

Matildas prove they can put it to the top teams with GB win (1:41)
Team GB's weaknesses exposed in defeat to Australia (1:18)
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Australia beat Team GB in dramatic fashion

Australia have qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic semifinals after coming from 2-1 down to beat Team Great Britain 4-3 in extra-time.

RankingsWomen's Olympic Tournament

Goal Difference-2Tied-7th
Goals Scored114th
Goals Conceded1310th