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'23 WWC sets July 20-Aug. 20 dates

The 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand will be played between July 20-Aug. 20.

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Saudi Arabia proposes World Cups every 2 years

Saudi Arabia's football federation has formally asked FIFA to look at staging biennial World Cups for men and women.

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USWNT part of new CONCACAF women's event

The U.S. women's national team will be part of a new CONCACAF tournament aimed to provide more matches for women's teams in the region.

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Henry: France's World Cup was 'total chaos'

France captain Amandine Henry has said the side's 2019 World Cup campaign was "total chaos" under the management of Corinne Diacre.

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Kennedy: Matildas embracing the expectation

Tottenham and Australia defender Alanna Kennedy has said the Matildas are embracing the expectation being placed on them.

Alanna Kennedy: Australians have underdog mentality (1:52)
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Matildas hire ex-USWNT assistant Gustavsson

Former USWNT assistant Tony Gustavsson has been named as Matildas head coach, just 10 weeks after Ante Milicic departed the role.

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FFA closing in on Matildas coach appointment

Australia expects to name its new national women's team coach by the end of September, FFA chief executive James Johnson has confirmed.

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Ante Milicic steps down as Matildas boss

Australia's Ante Milicic has stepped down from his position as head coach of the national women's team, the FFA confirmed on Sunday.

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349dReuters

Carpenter: Matildas must win World Cup at home

Australia defender Ellie Carpenter believes the Matildas can win the Women's World Cup in 2023 now they have the advantage of playing on home soil.