Opinion- World Cup Aidan Ormond - - The Westfield W-League began in 2008. Seven years later it is bearing fruit on the international stage as a technically gifted, attack-minded and fearless Matildas prepare to meet their FIFA Women's World Cup destiny.
Opinion- World Cup Sarah Walsh, ex-Matildas star - - I’m typing this as I watch the Westfield Matildas train here in Vancouver – and I can report the team are working very hard. And overall, the team’s preparations have gone well ahead of the 26,000 fans expected at Winnipeg Stadium for our opening World Cup game with the USA early next week.
Opinion- World Cup Aidan Ormond - - The Socceroos wowed Australia's sporting public in January, reigniting fever for the Green and Gold with a bold coach and young team buying into an exciting philosophy. The Westfield Matildas are in the same position, and are set to excite fans at June’s FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada with a similar dynamic.
OpinionWorld Cup Alen Stajcic - - The draw for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 is just days away and there is a mixture of excitement and occasion as the Westfield Matildas will soon learn who we will face in pursuit of World Cup Glory.
OpinionW-League Lydia Williams - - What a season it has been in the Westfield W-League. It hasn’t been a lot of fun sitting out the season with my injured knee, but one of the bonuses has been watching the action from a different perspective, be it from the sidelines at McKellar Park in Canberra or watching on ABC.
OpinionAidan Ormond - - How many times have we read or heard about a footballer forced to spend a long time out of the game she or he loves due to an Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) or similar injury? It happens too often at community and elite level – particularly with our many female footballers.