The Australian women's national under-20 football team represents Australia in international women's under-20 football.
The team is controlled by the governing body for football in Australia, Football Federation Australia (FFA), which is currently a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the regional ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) since leaving the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) in 2006.
The team's official nickname is the Young Matildas.
FFA partners with Greater Shepparton City Council to bid for more AFC youth women’s qualifiers
Football Federation Australia (FFA) today announced that it has submitted a second bid to host Asian Football Confederation (AFC) youth women's qualification fixtures in Australia in 2021. In addition to the bid alongside Cessnock City Council to host a round one qualification
Kyra Cooney-Cross sights set on FIFA Women's World Cup 2023
Kyra Cooney-Cross has already achieved so much in her 18 years, but she believes she has plenty more work to do to make the Westfield Matildas' 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup squad. When Australia and New Zealand were announced as hosts for the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 in June
A world of experiences for a Westfield Young Matildas quartet
Cultural experiences, forming friendships and representing your country; Leah Blayney, Sally Shipard, Kim Carroll and Danielle Brogan reminisce on playing for the Westfield Young Matildas. Playing for your country at any age is an achievement in itself, but imagine lacing up
Westfield Young Matildas place fourth at AFC U-19 Women’s Championship
The Westfield Young Matildas have finished fourth at the AFC U-19 Women's Championship following defeat to Korea Republic in the third place playoff at Chonburi Stadium in Thailand. Mary Fowler scored her fourth goal of the competition, to finish equal third in the Golden Boot
WATCH: FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup on the line as Westfield Young Matildas face Korea Republic
It's winner-takes-all for the Westfield Young Matildas and Korea Republic as the two nations battle it out for a spot at next year's FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup on Saturday night. The equation is simple for Leah Blayney's squad. Featured image courtesy of @theafcdotcom on T
Watch: Live stream - Westfield Young Matildas v Japan at AFC U-19 Women’s Championship
The Westfield Young Matildas can book their spot at next year's FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup if they beat Japan at the AFC U-19 Championship tomorrow morning (kick-off 12am). Leah Blayney's side take on the Samurai Blue, with the winner not only confirming their place at the 20