Mary Fowler has been convinced to give the Matildas another shot, with the teenager a headline inclusion in Australia's squad to take on the USWNT.
England legend Kelly Smith fears that unless attitudes within boardrooms change, then she will not see a female coaching in the Premier League.
The U-17 Women's World Cup coming to India might have its cons, but will ultimately help determine the course that women's football takes in India.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino confirmed on Friday that India will host the U-17 Women's World Cup in 2020.
Chris Nikou has hinted at the challenges facing Australia in its determination to host the Women's World Cup, beginning with endorsement from Asia.
Adidas-sponsored players on the team that win the Women's World Cup this year will receive the same performance bonus payments as men.
Sam Kerr will be starting but Ante Milicic will again shuffle his deck for Australia's final and decisive Cup of Nations match with Argentina.
In an exclusive interview with ESPN, in-form Matildas striker Emily Gielnik speaks about her wonder-goal vs. Korea and Australia's World Cup hopes.
Alex Chidiac, currently back in Australia with the Matildas, is still wondering how she landed at European giants Atletico Madrid.
After a tumultuous month, a collective sigh of relief was almost audible around Leichhardt Oval as the focus finally returned to the football.
Jordan Nobbs has been ruled out of the World Cup due to an ACL injury but will remain a part of the England squad's preparation for the tournament.
Ante Milicic has made the biggest shake-up of his brief Matildas tenure by installing superstar Sam Kerr as captain and Steph Catley as her deputy.
Ten days ago, Amy Harrison replaced Chloe Logarzo in Sydney FC's W-League Grand Final triumph after the forward suffered an ankle injury.
If Alen Stajcic's exit from the Matildas created an elephant in the dressing room, Australia's players are doing a great job avoiding it.
FFA boss David Gallop said on Thursday there will be no inquiry into the shock dismissal of Alen Stajcic as coach of the Matildas.
New Matildas coach Ante Milicic says Australia can win the World Cup, claiming sacked coach Alen Stajcic's blessing to take the team forward.
The FFA has given perennial right-hand man Ante Milicic the job of restoring unity within the Matildas and winning this year's World Cup.
The Matildas dramas has taken another turn with Ante Milicic reportedly set to lead the national side to the World Cup as interim coach.
ESPN exclusive: Matildas past and present, plus Alen Stajcic himself, address the bombshell that has left Australia's World Cup hopes in tatters.
Alen Stajcic has broken his silence and hit out at the FFA after his sacking as Matildas coach in an emotional news conference on Monday.