2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
0-0-0, 1st in FIFA Women's World Cup
Stajcic: Any team can win Women's World Cup (1:01)
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13dAAP

Fornaroli axed by Joyce for Jets visit

Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce has upped the ante in his standoff with Bruno Fornaroli, leaving the star striker out of his squad this weekend.

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24dAAP

FFA stakeholders to vote on new era on Monday

Australian football's stakeholders meet in Sydney on Monday to decide Football Federation Australia's direction in the post-Lowy era.

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27dAAP

Victory upping W-League derby expectations

For the first time since the entry of their crosstown rivals to the W-League, Melbourne Victory don't feel in the shadows of glamour side City.

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35dStephanie Brantz

Stajcic issues challenge for Matildas hopefuls

Australia boss Alen Stajcic pulled no punches in an exclusive interview with ESPN ahead of the Matildas' two friendlies against Chile this week.

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36dAAP

Matildas have come a long way - De Vanna

Matildas star Lisa De Vanna marvels at the progress Australian women's football has made, as she prepares to face a nation even she hasn't played.

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48dAAP

World Cup places on the line - Polkinghorne

Matildas defender and Brisbane captain Clare Polkinghorne knows this season's W-League will carry extra weight with a World Cup around the corner.

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49dStephanie Brantz

Celebrating 10 years of the W-League

Ahead of the W-League's 10-year anniversary, Leena Khamis, Jeff Hopkins and Alen Stajcic talk to ESPN about Australia's premier women's competition.

Matildas ready for England test (1:30)
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67dAAP

France down Australia with Le Sommer double

An understrength Australia suffered a 2-0 defeat against Women's World Cup hosts France in a friendly in Saint Etienne early on Saturday (AEST).