Dominic Bossi Alen Stajcic is the new coach of the Matildas after being appointed by the Football Federation of Australia to guide the national women's team through to the 2016 Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro.
David Polkinghorne Canberra United striker wants the Matildas No.9 jersey - and the W-League's golden boot.
Alen Stajcic has been appointed head coach of the Matildas, Football Federation Australia announced on Monday.
Kathryn Wicks The Matildas can win an Olympic gold medal and a world cup if they appoint another world class coach, says the woman who was sacked from the position.
There'll be a fierce battle between the goalposts this W-League season as shotstoppers vie to claim the Matildas' No.1 jersey for next year's women's World Cup.
Brittany Ruppert At 23, Kyah Simon has already had an enviable career, travelled the world and marked her name in football's history books for being the first indigenous Australian to score a goal in a World Cup.
Lee Gaskin Canberra United goalkeeper Lydia Williams suffered a knee injury while playing in the US on Sunday.
Daniel Pace Striker Michelle Heyman scored a late goal to secure a 2-1 victory for the Matildas against powerhouses Brazil to square the two-match series on Wednesday night.
Kathryn Wicks Why the Matildas' revolt over coach Hesterine de Reus is a bad idea.
Sebastian Hassett The stand-off between players and coach Hesterine de Reus for control of the Australian women’s football team was ended with brute force on Thursday afternoon as the Dutchwoman was fired as...
Sebastian Hassett The stand-off between players and coach Hesterine de Reus for control of the Australian women’s football team was ended abruptly on Thursday afternoon when the Dutchwoman was sacked as head coach.
Lee Gaskin Capital Football boss Heather Reid fears sacking of Matildas coach will hold women back from key roles in the game.
Dominic Bossi The Australian women's football team has revolted against coach Histerine de Reus giving the Dutch tactician a vote of no confidence on the eve of two-game friendly series against Brazil in Brisbane.
Chris Dutton Chronic injuries have forced Canberra and Australian star Sally Shipard to quit soccer at 26.
Lee Gaskin Sally Shipard packed a lot into her career for someone forced to retire so young.
Sebastian Hassett New Matildas coach Alen Stajcic believes his side can put the dramas of the past few months behind it to put in a bold showing at this month's Asian Cup in Vietnam.
Jon Tuxworth Michelle Heyman says the Matildas are ready to move on from the fallout of coach Hesterine de Reus' sacking, insisting the team can rebound from the drama and successfully defend its Asian Cup title.
The Matildas could not have been given a better chance to demonstrate renewed harmony than their Asian Cup opener against Japan.
Pete Smith Australia have been denied a winning start to their Asian Women's Cup title defence as world champions Japan rallied with two second half goals to earn a 2-2 draw in Ho Chi Minh City.
Captain Kate Gill scored a double to help Australia to a routine 3-1 Women's Asian Cup victory over Jordan becoming the Matildas' greatest goalscorer in the process.