While the Matildas’ valiant loss to the USA on Tuesday morning (AEST) may have been a blow to Australia’s World Cup journey, the match was a ratings bonanza for the US’ Fox Sports.
Matildas rising star Hayley Raso has told Hera Mag her best advice on how to support women’s football.
Miss this morning’s thrilling USA vs AUS match at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup? Don’t sweat it – Hera Mag guest contributor Joshua Mayne has the game’s full match report.
Not all sporting events are created equal. The entertainment, food and all-important atmosphere can make or break a game for any spectator, and being a woman adds a whole new layer of consideration. To find out what women can expect, Hera Mag sent Elena Wewer – first-time live-sport spectator – to men’s tennis, football and NRL. Continue reading
Australian captain Lisa De Vanna says the Matildas squad for the 2015 Women’s World Cup is the best in Australia’s history.
It’s the world’s most popular sport. So why is women’s association football treated second to men’s? It all comes down to gender stereotypes, says Hera Mag guest contributor Joshua Mayne.
With the Women’s World Cup less than a day away (still June 6, but Australia is ahead of the rest of the world, remember?), we want to shine a light on the beautiful game – and a beautiful place you can get all in the info you need.
The Matildas have drawn 1-1 with China in a behind-closed-doors friendly in Seattle as they build towards the Women’s World Cup in Canada next month.
The Matildas have touched down in Canada and are busy putting the finishing touches on their preparations for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Continue reading
A big-money sponsorship deal has inspired the Greater Western Sydney Auburn Giants to develop a new approach to training and community engagement. Continue reading