Westfield Matildas to face world class opposition in USA tournament
The Westfield Matildas will head to the USA in July to compete in a prestigious four nation tournament with three of world’s leading countries – reigning World Champions USA, World Cup runners up and Asian Cup Champions Japan and South American giants Brazil.
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Staff writer - All around Australia on any given day, parents and volunteers can be found coaching sport to kids – often without being entirely sure which activities are best!
Westfield Matildas Jason Pine - There were mixed results for our Westfield Matildas in the latest round of National Women's Soccer League action in the USA.
Staff Writer - Australia has drawn traditional rivals Japan as part of Group B for this year’s AFC U-19 Women’s Championships in China.
Staff Writer - The Junior Matildas have learned their opponents for next year’s AFC U-16 Women’s Championship in Thailand.
Westfield Matildas Jason Pine - Bragging rights went to Hayley Raso after the first round of the US National Women's Soccer League season, while Lydia Williams was in her customary imperious form between the sticks for Houston.
Jason Pine - The seven other nations joining the Westfield Matildas at the AFC Women's Asian Cup 2018 in Jordan are now all confirmed.
Westfield Matildas Jason Pine - The Australian influence has doubled at Vegalta Sendai with Katrina Gorry signing for the Japanese club.
- Algarve Cup Staff Writer - The Westfield Matildas have finished fourth at the Algarve Cup in Portugal following a dramatic penalty shootout loss to Denmark this morning (Thurs).
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The Westfield Matildas have finished fourth at the Algarve Cup after falling to Denmark in a penalty shootout in the Bronze Medal Match in Portugal.
The Westfield Matildas have finished top of Group C after a thrilling 2-1 win over China in the Algarve Cup overnight.