PSG recorded their first win of the UWCL group stage; while Chelsea extended their unbeaten streak in the competition with a 2-0 win over Real Madrid. Group ASam Kerr's Chelsea made it three from three when in the group stage when they defeated Real Madrid 2-0. Chelsea records their third win of the group stage and is yet to concede a goal so far in the competition. Elsewhere, Lydia Williams' Paris Saint-Germain collected their first victory in the group stage, beating Vllaznia 5-0. Meanwhile, Ellie Carpenter's Lyon recorded their first win of the group stage, defeating FC Zürich Frauen 3-0.
The CommBank Junior Matildas will host AFC compatriots the Korea Republic in a three-match international series at Kingscliff Soccer Club and Broadbeach United Soccer Club. Australia will take on the U-15 Women’s National Team from the Korea Republic in three fixtures played on Sunday, 30 October, Wednesday, 2 November and Friday, 4 November 2022. “This camp will be another 'herstoric' occasion as the group will play a three-game friendly series against the Korea Republic U15 Team,” Dower said. I can't wait to welcome Korea Republic this week. MATCH DETAILSCommBank Junior Matildas v Korea Republic U15 WNTDate: Sunday, 30 October 2022Location: Kingscliff Soccer Club, KingscliffKick-Off: 3:00 pm AEST / 4.00pm AEDTCommBank Junior Matildas v Korea Republic U15 WNTDate: Wednesday, 2 November 2022Location: Broadbeach United Soccer Club, BroadbeachKick-off: 7.00 pm AEST / 8.00pm AEDTCommBank Junior Matildas v Korea Republic U15 WNTDate: Friday, 4 November 2022Location: Broadbeach United Soccer Club, BroadbeachKick-off: 7.00 pm AEST / 8.00pm AEDTCOMMBANK JUNIOR MATILDAS SQUAD | INTERNATIONAL SERIES | 25 OCT – 5 NOV 20221 month ago Matildas
Gustavsson on ramping up preparations now stage is set for FIFA WWCWith the CommBank Matildas now aware of their FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 opponents, head coach Tony Gustavsson shared his excitement about the preparation ahead. The CommBank Matildas are set to play the opening match of the tournament in Sydney on July 20 against the Republic of Ireland, who are making their FIFA Women's World Cup Australia/ New Zealand 2023™ debut. "It's all about the opening game, we want to start the tournament as strong as possible," Gustavsson said. Gustavsson's aim when taking the helm of the CommBank Matildas was to play as tough a schedule, with as many different teams as possible. With nine months of preparation ahead, the CommBank Matildas are looking to fine-tune their tactics against world-class opponents.1 month ago Matildas