The Matildas confirmed on Twitter that they are now in conversations to try to fix the issue after the absence of women's sizes drew national coverage around Australia.

FFA and Nike's decision not to produce te Matildas away kit in a women's silhouette drew huge criticism after it was announced on Friday, with the original Twitter confirmation simply stating that they would try to fix the issue for their next kit launch in 2022.


Two young Aussies buck the Euro trend for USA

With all the talk of the 36 and counting Aussie women plying their trade in Europe, it's easy to forget that a huge amount of talented up and comers still play in the US college system.


Mastrantonio on Matildas ambition and 'the skill of Pirlo's pinky toe'

The Maestro herself, Ella Mastrantonio talking about replicating the skill of Andrea Pirlo's toes has to be one of the most egregious understatement of all time. However, it does give you a sense of how the former W-League and Matildas star got so damn good.

Ellie Carpenter modelled the away kit during the launch, with the kit instead taking a more casual t-shirt-like, unisex shape. However that didn't prevent fans and pundits alike calling it an "own goal" for FFA that overshadowed the launch itself.

Yesterday evening FFA appeared to backflip on this decision and are now consulting with Nike, saying they would provide more information as soon as possible.


Grace Maher's 360: Giants to Iceland and back again

Grace Maher has had a rather peculiar few years to end up back where it all began, at Canberra United for the upcoming W-League season.

Matilda Van Egmond on England's 'unreal facilities' and 'pleasing investment'

Emily van Egmond is beginning to look every part the Matildas superstar we all know in her first Women's Super League season at West Ham United.

England's (other) Aussie trio 'have to embrace' relegation challenge

Women's Super League minnows Brisol City have two Matildas and one of Australia's best female coaches leading the line, but even that may not save them.

Young Matildas star swaps England for Italian giants

Young Matildas star forward Jacynta Galabadaarachchi has signed for Serie A giants Napoli from Women's Super League side West Ham United.

Matildas 'world's best left back' wants to fix Arsenal's weakness

Matildas defender Steph Catley is now widely considered to be the world's best left back, a title she inherited from US star Meghan Klingenberg. With that title comes serious responsibility.