The Australian women's football team's loft goals for next month’s Olympic Games will face a stern Samba inquisition against Brazil this weekend.
The Australian women’s football team will return to the Olympic Games for the first time since Athens 2004 and will go in hunt of the nation’s first medal in the sport at Rio.
Eighteen Australian footballers united by the goal of climbing onto the Rio 2016 Olympic podium are heading to Brazil after the final women’s squad was announced today.
Australia's preparations for the Rio Games have been bolstered with confirmation they will play an international match against 8th world ranked Brazil on 23 July in Fortaleza.
Australian Olympians have come out in force to celebrate Olympic Day in 2016, visiting schools around the country and posting about their Olympic journeys.