The CommBank Young Matildas will play the Chinese U-20 Women’s National Football Team in their final match of the two-match international series. Australia will take on China at the Auxiliary Field of Xiamen Egret Stadium at 1pm CST (4pm AEDT) today.
How to watch:
Both matches against China will be live-streamed on YouTube for fans across Australia.
CommBank Young Matildas Head Coach Leah Blayney said the matches are an opportunity to pit her side against one of the best teams in the world.
“All away games and international activity are important for our youth players, and these games are a fantastic opportunity to bring the girls abroad.
“We’ve got players who can play multiple roles within our team who all bring something different to our playing style, and when called on can execute a game plan. We know that there’s a challenge ahead and we’re really looking forward to it.”
CommBank Young Matilda Kahli Johnson said this international series will be a great experience for the team, especially in the lead up to the 2024 AFC U-20 Women’s Asian Cup.
“China is going to be technically very good; they’ll have a great skillset. We’ll need to focus on our own football and how we can utilise our strengths.”
COMMBANK YOUNG MATILDAS | CHINA INTERNATIONAL SERIES
China v CommBank Young Matildas
Date: Wednesday, 6 December 2023
Kick-off: 1.00pm (Local)/ 4.00pm (AEDT)
Venue: Auxiliary Field of Xiamen Egret Stadium, Xiamen
Latest newsSee more
Futsalroos defeat Solomon Islands in game one of the PacificAus Sports Series
The first home International Futsal Match in Solomon Islands history ends with a narrow 2-1 win to the Australian Men's National Futsal Team, the Futsalroos.The game was a historic occasion, marking the first time that an international futsal match has been played in the Solomon
Match Official Appointments: Isuzu UTE A-League 2023/24 Round 18
Football Australia has confirmed the Match Official appointments for Round 18 of the Isuzu UTE A-League 2023/24 season.For the list of appointments from 23-25 February see below:Brisbane Roar v Western UnitedFriday 23 February 2024Suncorp Stadium6:45 PM (Local)7:45 PM (AEDT)Refer
Football Australia unveils National Talent Development Scheme
Football Australia, alongside FIFA, has unveiled Australian football's Talent Development Scheme (TDS), designed to address the need for a robust, equitable, and comprehensive talent identification and development framework across the country.The Football Australia TDS 2024 – 202