The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are just a few months away, and all teams are now locked in for both the Women's and Men's football tournaments.
The Westfield Matildas qualified for the tournament back in March 2020 following a two-legged victory over Vietnam, with the Olyroos booking their spot two months prior after finishing third at the AFC U-23 Championship in Thailand.
Tokyo 2020 will be the first time that both Australian women's and men's football teams will be at the same Games since Athens 2004.
The Home of FIFA in Zurich will host the draws for the Olympic Football Tournaments, set for 21 April at 6:00pm AEST.
The draws will be conducted by Sarai Bareman, FIFA Chief Women’s Football Officer, and Jaime Yarza, FIFA Director of Tournaments.
You will be able to watch the live draws below.
“The draws for the Men’s and Women’s Olympic Football Tournaments will provide a range of feelings and emotions, as the 28 qualified teams discover their pathway to glory and gold in Tokyo," said Bareman.
"As the Olympic Games approach, players, coaches and officials and their preparations will take a step closer following the draws, which represent a special and exciting milestone in men’s and women’s Olympic football history.”
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