Latest News - Legacy '23
Unlocking the growth of women's sport through the ‘Winning Playbook’
Record-breaking attendance and global viewership of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023™ have seen leading figures in Australian sport and business come together today to establish a 'Winning Playbook' – the roadmap to guide the continued growth and development of women's sport.
Football Australia acknowledges Queensland Government Legacy '23 funding contribution
In celebration of the overwhelmingly successful FIFA Women's World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023™, and Australia's sell out group stage game against Nigeria at Brisbane Stadium last night, Football Australia CEO, James Johnson extends appreciation to the Queensland Governmen
Football Australia releases Pre-Tournament Report for Legacy '23 Plan
Ahead of kick-off in the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023™, Football Australia have today released the pre-tournament Legacy '23 report detailing the impact, investment and progress achieved during the first three years of the bold and ambitious strategic plan. Football Australia's
Legacy on show - Sydney Harbour Bridge
The legacy of Australia's pioneering female footballers will be writ large on Sunday as thousands of football fans descend on Sydney Harbour Bridge marking a watershed moment for the women's game in Australia. The celebration of football, culture and community invites everyo
50 DAYS TO GO UNTIL THE FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP™ AND THE LEGACY IS ALREADY COMING TO LIFE
Wednesday 31 May, marks 50 days until the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 Australia & New Zealand™ kick-offs, bringing to Australian shores the most significant sporting event the country has hosted since the Sydney 2000 Olympics. While Australia gears up for the largest-ever FIFA
Celebrating milestones on the journey to the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023™ through Legacy '23
As we reach 100 days before the highly anticipated FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023TM, Football Australia unveils an impressive mosaic to commemorate a multitude of significant moments and contributions since the inception of the bold and forward-thinking Legac
Harmony Week 2023: Kate Jenkins on how the power of football can make change in society
Australian Sex Discrimination Commissioner and Legacy '23 ambassador Kate Jenkins spoke this Harmony Week about the power of sport, particularly football, to make change in society. "Through football, I've connected with men and women from so many cultures," she explained.
Harmony Week 2023: Azmeena Hussain on the opportunity of showcasing Australia's multiculturalism at the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023™
A proud Muslim born in Australia to Sri Lankan parents, Azmeena Hussain is a Non-Executive Director at Football Victoria, and a Football Australia Legacy '23 Ambassador.
Sarai Bareman and Sarah Walsh on #CrackingtheCode in gender equality through Legacy '23
On International Women's Day 2023, Sarai Bareman, Chief Women's Football Officer at FIFA and Sarah Walsh, Football Australia's Head of Women's Football, World Cup Legacy and Inclusion, spoke about how the Women's World Cup can lead to #CrackingTheCode in football. "It's so inc