How the USWNT's 'next generation' shined vs. Dominican Republic (1:16)
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The Emily Gielnik Renaissance (1:51)
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Veteran Heyman earns unlikely Matildas recall

Tony Gustavsson insists Michelle Heyman's age shouldn't count against her after handing the 35-year-old striker a shock recall as he seeks to fill the Sam Kerr-shaped void in his squad.

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Three key players to miss Matildas third qualifier

Matildas stalwarts Ellie Carpenter and Emily van Egmond will miss the Olympic qualifier against Chinese Taipei after returning to their clubs, while hamstrung winger Cortnee Vine is also sidelined.

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Women's World Cup heartbreak fuels Sayer's fire

Amy Sayer says missing selection for Australia's dream World Cup campaign only made her more driven to develop her game and cement a place in the Matildas side.

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Canada books Paris Olympics spot in Jamaica win

Canada will get the chance to defend its Olympic women's soccer gold medal after clinching a spot at next year's Paris Summer Games on Tuesday after a 2-1 playoff win over Jamaica.

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Perth picked to host Matildas' Olympic qualifiers

The Matildas are finally coming back to Perth and former Australian international Danielle Brogan believes it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to catch Sam Kerr in action in her home state.

Equal Pay Day

Spain and Fitz talk about a HUGE day for the USWNT as they settle their Equal Pay lawsuit. They discuss Aaron Rodgers' cryptic cleanse communiques with Jen Lada, talk JJ Reddick's strong thoughts on Zion Williamson and Fitz's long wait to secure a PS5. Plus, USWNT PA Executive Director Becca Roux on the USWNT settlement, Olympic skater Brittany Bowe on winning bronze and her selfless act as a teammate, and the pain in the ass things of our childhood that we're nostalgic about.

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What can the Matildas learn from Tokyo?

The Matildas have long been earmarked for their potential; now everything is set for them to move on from Tokyo 2020 to realise it.

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Women's gold-medal match moved due to heat

The women's Olympic soccer gold-medal match between Canada and Sweden has been moved due to concerns over the heat in Japan.