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Matildas captain Sam Kerr says moving to English Women's Super League side Chelsea will improve her as a footballer.
Credit: SBS - Published 21 hours ago

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Matildas superstar Sam Kerr believes moving to English giants Chelsea will help her game reach new heights.
Credit: The Age - Published 1 day ago

Matildas captain Sam Kerr says moving to English Women's Super League side Chelsea will improve her as a footballer.
Credit: SBS - Published 1 day ago

The 26-year-old Matildas captain also had an offer from Europe’s most successful club Olympique Lyon but chose to play for the famous London club.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 2 days ago

Matildas coach Ante Milicic was frustrated at his team's inability to score more against Chile but is optimistic they will be better in Olympic qualifying
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 2 days ago

Sam Kerr says a lack of match sharpness was a key factor in the Matildas not turning their dominance against Chile into a more convincing win.
Credit: The Age - Published 2 days ago

The crowd of more than 10,000 in Adelaide left happy if a trifle frustrated after watching Australia see off the challenge of Chile for the second time in three..
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 2 days ago

If there is one player who will be aching to get back into the green and gold and make an impression when the Matildas again face Chile on Tuesday, it's..
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 4 days ago

Australian women's soccer risks slipping behind other nations without much-needed improvement in the W-League, Matildas coach Ante Milicic says.
Credit: The Age - Published 4 days ago

Aside from conceding a late goal, Matildas skipper Sam Kerr was happy enough with Saturday's 2-1 win over Chile.
Credit: The Age - Published 5 days ago

Australia's hopes of qualification for the Under-20 Women's World Cup have been shattered by a 9-1 thrashing to South Korea at the Asian Under-19 Championship.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published 5 days ago

The massive attendance follows the Matildas drawing the biggest crowd at a standalone women’s football match when they played Chile in Sydney.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 5 days ago

The Matildas' 2-1 win over Chile should have been far more comfortable but given the context of the match, coach Ante Milicic could not be prouder of his team.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 6 days ago

The biggest crowd ever for a standalone women’s football match in Australia watched the Matildas beat Chile 2-1.
Credit: The Age - Published 6 days ago

Sam Kerr showed why she has been the hottest transfer target in the women's game with a matchwinning brace in front of a record crowd at Bankwest Stadium.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 6 days ago

Allowed to take just 18 players to Tokyo, Ante Milicic has warned his players their hopes of being selected begin on Saturday against Chile.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 1 week ago

Likely teams, key battles and players to watch in the Matildas' friendly against Chile.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 1 week ago

Sam Kerr confirmed she is moving to Europe and will announce her next club within the week, hinting of a possible move to England.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 1 week ago

Matildas superstar Sam Kerr is close to finalising her future with just two clubs left in the hotly-contested race for her signature.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 1 week ago

Four Matildas who would have otherwise played in the W-League have moved to Europe this year and dozens more could follow them next year.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 1 week ago

The Young Matildas have been humbled 7-0 by an impressive Japan in the semi-finals of the AFC under-19 championships in Thailand.
Credit: The Age - Published 1 week ago

Australia's chances of hosting the next Women's World Cup can only be boosted by the new Matildas' pay deal.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 1 week ago

Past and present Matildas players have hailed the new collective bargaining agreement, ratified on Wednesday, as a moment that has been decades in the making.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 1 week ago

Only four years ago, our national women's footballers staged a strike to demand their salaries be lifted above Australia’s $21,000 poverty line.
Credit: The Age - Published 1 week ago

The Matildas will receive the same benefits as the Socceroos under a new collective bargaining agreement announced by Football Federation Australia.
Credit: SBS - Published 1 week ago

The Matildas will receive the same benefits as the Socceroos under a new collective bargaining agreement announced by Football Federation Australia.
Credit: SBS - Published 1 week ago

Pay parity has been achieved between the Socceroos and Matildas as part of a new collective bargaining agreement announced on Wednesday.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published 1 week ago

The Matildas will receive the same benefits as the Socceroos under a new collective bargaining agreement announced by Football Federation Australia.
Credit: SBS - Published 1 week ago

Football Federation Australia (FFA) and Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) will announce a new Collective Bargaining Agreement for the Australian Women’s..
Credit: SBS - Published 1 week ago

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