Five uncapped players Matildas fans should be excited to watch

Matildas fans will likely see a few new faces when they take on Spain and Portugal. Here are five to watch out for.

Australian Football Transfer Tracker: June 2022

Welcome to Kick360’s Transfer Tracker for the 2022 off-season. All the latest Australian transfer news in one central location. Wednesdat 22th of June 2022 | 5:30pm AEST Jason Davidson has joined Belgian First-Division side KAS Eupen on a two-year deal,…

Ranking every single A-League Grand Final since 2006: Part Three

Part Two is gone, now time for Part Three! Who takes the top prize? 5. Adelaide United 3-1 Western Sydney Wanderers – 2015/16 The ultimate ‘Battle of the Bridesmaids’. Two clubs that had heartbreak entrenched into the fabric of their…

Ranking every single A-League Grand Final since 2006: Part Two

Part One is gone, now time for Part Two! Let’s get into it 11. Melbourne Victory 1-0 Adelaide United – 2008/09 A rematch of the infamous 2007 final, the ‘Original Rivalry’ had never been fiercer going into the 2009 season…

Sam Kerr, a match winner in every sense

The statistics tell the story, the highlights paint the picture. Sam Kerr is one of the greatest strikers of all time.

ANALYSIS | The Matildas display style, patience and regain their cutting edge

Australia rediscovered their goal scoring form and turned on the style over two wins against New Zealand.

Key Takeaways: Matildas vs New Zealand – International Friendly Game Two

After facing the Football Ferna one week ago in Townsville, the Matildas secured an extremely impressive 5-1 win in Canberra. Following on from a bolstering national anthem at GIO Stadium, Tony Gustavsson’s side came out firing almost immediately in Canberra.…

Key Takeaways: Australia vs New Zealand – International Friendly

Sam Kerr secured a dramatic 2-1 win with a last second goal against an impressive New Zealand side.

‘Mini’ Gorry returns for a major boost to Gustavsson’s Matildas squad

Tony Gustavsson has named a familiar squad to face New Zealand with the return of Katrina Gorry to provide an added boost in attack.

“I’m not sure missing out is something the game can afford” – Casserly on Socceroos vs Japan and more

Having spent six years as the Football Australia Head of Performance, Luke Casserly is more qualified than most to cast his eye over the current happenings in Australian football. Casserly, who also represented the Socceroos as a player back in…