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Samantha Kerr, Matildas aiming to gain No. 1 ranking, respect from world

Sky Blues' Sam Kerr has continued her amazing goal streak, kicking her 16th goal of the season, equaling the single-season record set by Kim Little in 2014.

Australia's national women's soccer team has enjoyed quite the year, climbing from eighth to sixth on the FIFA World Rankings, with the expectation of cracking the top five once again when the new list is released in mid-December.

The Matildas posted a historic win over the U.S. as they claimed the Tournament of Nations title in July, and they put an exclamation mark on their year with a comprehensive 5-1 win over China in November that extended their winning run to seven matches. Despite that triumphant...

 By AAP

Stakeholders willing to fund Australia's Women's World Cup bid

The FC crew explain why Australia's outlook at the World Cup is dreary after being drawn with France, Peru and Denmark.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts evaluate Australia's World Cup group and assess whether they or any other Asian teams can progress.

Australian football's stakeholders will fund the Women's World Cup bid themselves if the money is not forthcoming from the federal government, says Football NSW chairman Anter Isaac.

Speaking on Monday night -- hours before FIFA's member associations committee was due to meet on the status of Football Federation Australia -- Isaac revealed he took time last week to explain to the NSW government the acrimonious fallout that could see the world governing body in charge of Australian football by the...

 By Paul Murphy

Sam Kerr 'very humbled' to win 2017 AFC Women's Player of the Year award

Sky Blues' Sam Kerr has continued her amazing goal streak, kicking her 16th goal of the season, equaling the single-season record set by Kim Little in 2014.

Australia striker Samantha Kerr admits that lifting the 2017 AFC Award for Women's Player of the Year is the icing on the cake of a wonderful 12 months.

Kerr has broken several records, including becoming the National Women's Soccer League's (NWSL) all-time top scorer with Sky Blue FC and scoring in the most consecutive games for Australia.

It has been a great year for the 24-year-old with the Matildas, who won the inaugural Tournament of Nations, beating the United States, Japan and Brazil in the...

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England Women put five past Kazakhstan in World Cup qualifier

Melissa Lawley scored her first senior goal and Nikita Parris hit a double as England Women thrashed Kazakhstan Women 5-0 in World Cup qualifying.

Lawley opened the scoring in the 15th minute from the right of the box after being set up by Jill Scott.

Substitute Fran Kirby added the second from the penalty spot after the break before a quickfire Parris brace eased England to victory.

Izzy Christiansen scored the fifth goal after an excellent ball in by Alex Greenwood which was played on by Kirby.

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Matildas' rapid rise in danger thanks to Football Federation Australia turmoil

Amy Harrison
Australia defeated China 5-1 in a friendly at GMHBA stadium in Geelong on Sunday.

As the final whistle sounded at GMHBA stadium in Geelong on Sunday afternoon, so too ended a stunning 2017 campaign for Australia's national women's team.

While coach Alen Stajcic identified some key areas he feels need improvement on the pitch, the 5-1 victory over China was the seventh consecutive win for the Matildas and the ninth positive result of a total 11 matches this calendar year.

Currently sixth in the FIFA World Rankings, the Matildas can be fairly confident of an upward shift when the...