Vote: Westfield Matildas’ best moment of the last decade

The Westfield Matildas have produced some epic performances and enjoyed some incredible highs over the last 10 years.

But which is the best moment for Australia’s all-conquering women’s team over the last decade?

As part of the Westfield Matildas celebrations of the last decade, we are asking fans to choose their favourite moment, be it a match, goal or moment over the last 10 years.

Flip through the gallery below and then select your favourite in the poll at the bottom of the page.

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What is your favourite Westfield Matildas moment of the decade?

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Australia Women
Winning the AFC Women's Asian Cup in 2010
Australia Women
Australia Women
Kyah Simon's double sinking Norway to book quarter-final berth at 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup
Australia Women
Australia Women
Caitlin Foord named Best Young Player at World Cup, as well as AFC’s AFC Young Player of the Year
Australia Women
Australia Women
Kyah Simon pounces to beat Brazil 1-0 at 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup as Westfield Matildas win Australia’s first knockout match at the tournament
Australia Women
Australia Women
Westfield Matildas qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games, their first Olympics since 2004
Australia Women
Australia Women
Australia reach Olympic Games quarter-finals, losing on penalties to host-nation Brazil
Australia Women
Australia Women
Tameka Butt's goal helps Westfield Matildas beat USA for the first time at 2017 Tournament of Nations
Australia Women
Australia Women
Lisa De Vanna becomes the Westfield Matildas all-time leading scorer with her brace against Brazil at 2017 Tournament of Nations
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Australia Women
Westfield Matildas win the 2017 Tournament of Nations in America
Australia Women
Australia Women
Westfield Matildas win two-game home series against Brazil in front of record crowds in 2017
Australia Women
Australia Women
Westfield Matildas win the inaugural Cup of Nations on home soil
Australia Women
Australia Women
Australia come from two goals down to beat Brazil 3-2 at 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
Australia Women
Australia Women
Skipper Sam Kerr becomes first Aussie to score at hat-trick at a World Cup, with her four goals against Jamaica
Australia Women
Australia Women
A record crowd of more than 20,000 see Westfield Matildas beat Chile at Bankwest Stadium in Sydney

What is your favourite Westfield Matildas moment of the decade?