Football: Women's International

Football: Women's International catch up

Season 2021

Season 2021, Episode 3 - Denmark V Australia

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Just six weeks out from the Tokyo Olympics, the Australian women's football team the Matildas take on Denmark in an International Friendly in Denmark.

Netherlands V Australia

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After the Matildas 5-2 loss to Germany, can Sam Kerr lead Australia to victory over the Netherlands in Tony Gustavsson's second match in charge of the Matildas.

Germany V Australia

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In their first match since March 2020, The Matildas face football heavyweights, reigning Olympic Gold Medallists Germany.

Vietnam V Australia

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The Matildas have one foot on the plane to Tokyo after a stunning 5-0 win. Cheer on the green and gold as Australia face their final Olympic qualifier against Vietnam in the return leg.

Australia V Vietnam

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The Matildas face their final Olympic Qualifier as the world number seven women's team face a series against Vietnam, who are ranked 32. Australia host the first leg in Newcastle.

Australia V China

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The Matildas are three wins away from qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics. After a hat-trick from Emily van Egmond helped Australia to a 6-0 win over Thailand, Australia face China for top spot.

Australia V Thailand

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Caitlin Foord scored a hat-trick in the Matildas' 7-0 win over Chinese Taipei. Now Australia face Thailand, as coach Ante Milicic and captain Sam Kerr look to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics.

Australia V Chinese Taipei

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See the Matildas in action as Australia look to qualify for this year's Tokyo Olympics. Australia take on Chinese Taipei in the first of three AFC Women's Olympic Football Qualifiers.

Australia V Chile (Game 2)

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Two goals from Australian Captain Sam Kerr saw the Matildas claim a 2-1 win over Chile in front of a record crowd. Now in the second friendly against Chile the Matildas will be looking for another win in Adelaide.

Australia V Chile (Game 1) 2019

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After the Matildas scored an equal pay deal, a record crowd is expected to turn out at the Western Sydney Stadium to see Australian Women's team take on rising South American stars Chile in the first of two friendly matches.