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Melbourne City announce their W-League arrival in style

Melbourne City announce their W-League arrival in style

Melbourne City announced their W-League arrival with an impressive 6-0 win over the W-League's most successful club Sydney FC. 19 Oct 2015
Young quartet sign with Melbourne City

Young quartet sign with Melbourne City

Photo: Monique Iannella forms part of City's youth brigade (Credit: Melbourne City) 4 Sep 2015
Larissa Crummer to Melbourne City, Victory behind the ball

Larissa Crummer to Melbourne City, Victory behind the ball

Matildas World Cup squad member Larissa Crummer is the latest player to sign for Melbourne City as they continue to build an impressive squad for Season 8. 1 Sep 2015
MATCH REPORT: Australia (U20) v China

MATCH REPORT: Australia (U20) v China

Tara Pender in action against China (Photo Credit: World Sport Group) 21 Aug 2015
Young Matildas claim 3rd place at 2015 AFF Championships

Young Matildas claim 3rd place at 2015 AFF Championships

Australia has defeated hosts Vietnam 4-3 to claim third place at the 2015 AFF Women's Championships at Thong Nhat Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City. 10 May 2015
Young Matildas claim a 3-0 win over Thailand

Young Matildas claim a 3-0 win over Thailand

The Young Matildas have defeated Thailand 3-0 in their opening match of the 2015 AFF Women's Championships at Thong Nhat Stadium, Vietnam. 1 May 2015
Young Matildas qualify for 2015 AFC U19 Championships

Young Matildas qualify for 2015 AFC U19 Championships

Australia has qualified for the 2015 AFC U19 Championships after a 3-0 win over hosts Vietnam at Youth Football Training Center, Hanoi. 9 Nov 2014
Australia cruise to opening 6-0 win over Hong Kong

Australia cruise to opening 6-0 win over Hong Kong

The Young Matildas have commenced their AFC U19 Championships qualifying campaign with a comfortable 6-0 win over Hong Kong at the Youth Football Training Centre in Hanoi, Vietnam. 5 Nov 2014
Taking their shot

Taking their shot

Unlike most international leagues, the younger demographic of Australian football has allowed for young players to step onto the national stage at an age where they are still covering their schoolbooks with Justin Bieber or One Direction wraps. 12 Feb 2014