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Where to watch the next Matildas’ games

Where to watch the Matildas now that the World Cup is done

Australia is now a bonafide women's footballing nation, hosting the FIFA Women's World Cup back in 2023, which transformed the landscape of both football and women's sport irrevocably in just a few short weeks. At the helm of this transformation have been our national team the Matildas, a squad of 20 women who have redefined what true sports excellence in this country looks like.

But now that the World Cup has come to a close, the question on the lips of every hungry new women's football fan seems to be: where can I keep watching and supporting now that it's done?

With the next FIFA Women's World Cup a painstaking four years away (and sadly, no longer on home turf), we've rounded up some of the best ways to get your women's football fix, and to continue watching your favourite Matildas players over the coming months...


Upcoming Matilda's games

14th July, Australia v Canada, Marbella - broadcast on Paramount+ at 9pm 13th July local time and 5am 14th AEST

25th July, Australia v Germany, Marseille - broadcast on Channel 9 as part of the Olympics at 7pm local time (3am AEST on 26th)

28th July, Australia v Zambia, Nice - broadcast on Channel 9 as part of the Olympics at 7pm local time (3am AEST on 29th)

31st July, Australia v USA, Marseille - broadcast on Channel 9 as part of the Olympics at 7pm (3am AEST on 1st)



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But to really stay in the loop with what the national women's team has coming up, we suggest following the Matildas on Instagram, where you can get real-time player info and match updates.


Where to watch A-League Women games...

Australia's premier women's football league, the A-League Women season, starts on 13 October this year. Every member of the Matildas came through this league, and you'll be able to catch some current team favourites playing too:

  • Kyah Simon (Central Coast Mariners)
  • Chloe Logarzo (Western United)
  • Daniela Galic (Sydney FC)
  • Beattie Goad (Melbourne Victory)
  • Michelle Heyman (Canberra United)
  • Tameka Yallop (Brisbane Roar)

You can snag yourself a season pass for your local team, or catch all the games live and for free on 10Play.


Where to watch Women's Super League (WSL) games ...

Most of the Matildas team players are currently playing in the premier English league, known as the WSL. You can watch all the games via Optus Sport, where you can catch the following Matildas on the pitch:

  • Sam Kerr (Chelsea FC)
  • Caitlin Foord (Arsenal)
  • Mary Fowler (Manchester City)
  • Alanna Kennedy (Manchester City)
  • Steph Catley (Arsenal)
  • Lydia Williams (Brighton)
  • Courtney Nevin (Leicester City)
  • Clare Wheeler (Everton)
  • Emily Gielnik (Aston Villa)
  • Remy Siemsen (Leicester City)
  • Kyra Cooney-Cross (Arsenal)
  • Katrina Gorry (West Ham United)
  • Charli Grant (Tottenham Hotspur)


Other overseas leagues to watch...

DAZN Youtube or Optus Sport is where you can watch Spain's Liga F, France's Division 1 Feminine, NWSL and the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Here, you'll spot the following players:

  • Hayley Raso (Free agent, waiting for a new contract)
  • Mackenzie Arnold (Free agent, waiting for a new contract)
  • Ellie Carpenter (Olympique Lyonnais)
  • Clare Hunt (Paris Saint-Germain)

You can watch the Swedish women's league, Damallsvenskan, on ViaPlay to catch the following Tillies:

  • Teagan Micah (FC Rosengård)
  • Clare Polkinghorne (Vittsjö GIK)
  • Aivi Luik (BK Häcken FF)

Or you can watch the USA National Women’s Soccer League on Twitch to see Emily Van Egmond play for San Diego Wave FC and Cortnee Vine play for the North Carolina Courage.


Where to watch the Matildas documentary...

If on-the-field coverage isn't enough to satiate you, and if you've ever thought about how much you'd love a Matildas reality TV show, then you can get around their show Matildas: The World at our Feet on Disney+.


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