Dare to dream! Two years from tonight we’ll come together at #StadiumAustralia for the Final of the 2023 @FIFAWWC.
A tournament that will feature the best of the women’s game from 32 nations. Australians everywhere will unite in support of @TheMatildas.
Great news today as Premier @MarkMcGowanMP announces $35m upgrade to HBF Park for 2023 @FIFAWWC and start of work at the State Football Centre in Queens Park.
Also speaking were Federal Minister and MP for Swan Steve Irons, WA Sports Minister @TonyButi_MLA & FW CEO James Curtis.
We are pleased to share with you that applications for our 2021-22 'A' Licence courses are now open! We have scheduled our first-ever regional courses in QLD & SA plus we are looking to plan further 'A' Licence courses in 2022.
FOR MORE INFO AND TO APPLY:
Sarah @walshy9, Head of Women's Football, Women's World Cup Legacy & Inclusion at Football Australia, joined ABC News to discuss @TheMatildas performance at the #Tokyo2020 Olympic Games, and what's on the horizon for our Women's National Team.
Fixture update: Due to the recent lockdown announcement in Victoria, Wednesday's @FFACup Round of 32 clash between @FCHumeCity & @PMSCSharks at ABD Stadium has been postponed.
@FootballAUS will continue to update stakeholders ASAP on rescheduling of upcoming #FFACup fixtures.
Congratulations to our Australian match officials who have been selected to referee the #Tokyo2020 Gold Medal Men’s Match! 🇦🇺👏
Wishing all the best to Chris, Anton & Georgtwitter.com/fifamedia/stat…0N0
Monday's #Tokyo2020 SF between @TheMatildas & Sweden is now the most watched women's team sport match in Australian TV history.
It smashed the record number of 1.46 million from our group stage match v Sweden.
Source: OzTam broadcast figures derived from Olympic programming
History being made tonight.
@KyahSimon reaches 1️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ caps for Australia. The first Indigenous footballer to reach that mark for 🇦🇺.
An@CarpenterEllieie reaches 5️⃣0️⃣ caps. An outstanding milestone for a 21-year-old. #WeAreMatildasa#Tokyo20202yU