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The Matildas participate in various women’s competitions throughout the calendar year. Here, you can find all upcoming Matildas fixtures, as well as recent results.
After finishing fourth at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021, the Matildas wrapped up the year with a 1-1 draw against FIFA’s number one ranked side, the USA, in their final match of 2021.
In 2022, the Matildas qualified through the AFC Women’s Asian Cup Group Stages comfortably but then lost to South Korea who scored a late winner in the 87th minute to knock out the Aussies.
Currently the Matildas are ranked 11th on FIFA’s international ladder.
The upcoming Matilda’s fixtures will be broadcast live on Channel 10, Paramount+ and 10Play.
All times AEST/AEDT (Sydney/Melbourne time)
|Fri Apr 8||New Zealand||TBC||TBC|
|Tue Apr 12||New Zealand||GIO Stadium, Canberra||TBC|
|Fri Jan 30||South Korea||Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex||0-1|
|Fri Jan 28||Thailand||Mumbai Football Arena||2-1|
|Mon Jan 24||Philippines||Mumbai Football Arena||4-0|
|Fri Jan 21||Indonesia||Mumbai Football Arena||18-0|
|Tue Nov 30||USA Women||McDonald Jones Stadium||1-1|
|Sat Nov 27||USA Women||Stadium Australia||USA 0-3|
|Tue Oct 26||Brazil||Commbank Stadium||2-2|
|Sat Oct 23||Brazil||Commbank Stadium||Australia 3-1|
|Wed Sep 22||Ireland||Tallagh Stadium||Ireland 3-2|
|Thu Aug 5||USA||Kashima Stadium||USA 4-3|
|Mon Aug 2||Sweden||Nissan Stadium||Sweden 1-0|
|Fri Jul 30||Great Britain||Kashima Stadium||Australia 4-3|
|Tue Jul 27||USA||Kashima Stadium||0-0|
|Sat Jul 24||Sweden||Saitama Stadium 2002||Sweden 4-2|
|Wed Jul 21||New Zealand||Ajinomoto Stadium||Australia 2-1|