The Matildas have played in an AFC Women's Asian Cup final, continued their undefeated run in the Tournament of Nations, played on home soil in the Cup of Nations and are now off to a FIFA Women's World Cup in France. 

Locally, the W-League saw a 72 per cent increase in attendance and all games available live for the first time in 11 seasons but the competition still sits at 14 rounds and 10 teams. 

We also saw the appointment of a new FFA Board plus the introduction of the Women's Football Council at the end of 2018. 

So with all that in mind, The Women's Game has put together a survey covering these three areas to gain an understanding of where supporters sit in 2019 and where you want women's football at the top level to head in the future. 

This survey follows on from the one we conducted in 2017 which covered supporters connections with football generally, their participation in football, attendance at matches, consumption of broadcasts and purchasing of merchandise.

CLICK HERE to take the survey!

Read more about the 2017 survey results HERE