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Johnson backs Gustavsson to keep Matildas job

Tony Gustavsson will remain Matildas coach as they look to "peak" for the Women's World Cup, Football Australia CEO James Johnson has told ESPN.

What 'Ernie the Disruptor' will bring to Football Australia (2:48)
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USWNT to play Spain friendly on Oct. 11

The USWNT plays Spain on Oct. 11 in Pamplona to complete a two-game European tour that begins with a match vs. England in London on Oct. 7.

Chants of 'equal pay' ring out as U.S. Soccer reps sign historic deal (1:07)
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Lawson: England didn't need top gear to beat Austria (1:22)
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Pressure on Gustavsson? 'The results haven't been there' (0:49)
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England name first squad since Euro 2022 win

Sarina Wiegman has named her first squad since the European Championship, as the team prepares for the Women's World Cup qualifiers next month.

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FIFA: No plans to delay '23 Women's World Cup

FIFA has said that the 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand would go ahead as scheduled after a European report to the contrary.

Will Naeher or Murphy start as goalkeeper for the USWNT at the World Cup? (1:35)
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Record Euro crowds have WWC hosts 'excited'

Record attendance at the 2022 Women's Euro has organisers excited for the prospects at the Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in 2023.