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Australian women's football team arrive in Rio ready to fight for glory

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The Matildas have arrived in Rio de Janeiro as a genuine medal chance for Australia.

The magnitude of the Olympic campaign that awaits them is beginning to dawn on the Australian women's football team as they settle into their Sao Paulo camp.

After a week of training at Fortaleza in Brazil's north-east, which ended in a 3-1 friendly loss to Brazil, the Matildas arrived in Sao Paulo and were greeted at the airport by Olympic staff.

"Getting into the airport and seeing all the people there with the bright beautiful clothing, saying 'Rio Olympics' -- that really set in," defender Laura...

Matildas will learn lessons from Brazil friendly defeat - Alen Stajcic

Australia's women's team will enter the Olympics all the wiser for a 3-1 away loss to Brazil, coach Alen Stajcic says.

The Brazilians, aided by some home-town calls in the friendly at Fortaleza on Saturday, scored three times after Australian star Katrina Gorry was sent off.

Gorry was marched for second yellow card in the 50th minute, when the Matildas held a 1-0 lead in their sole warm-up for the Rio Olympics.

"When the game was 11 vs. 11, it was certainly more in our favour than it was for them,"...

Lisa De Vanna, Clare Polkinghorne spearhead Australia's Olympic squad

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Australia captain Lisa De Vanna, right, will be the only Matilda heading to Rio with Olympic experience.

Striker Lisa De Vanna and defender Clare Polkinghorne will lead the Matildas to the Rio Olympics after being named co-captains of Australia's 18-strong football squad.

De Vanna will be the only player with Olympic experience to head to Rio having competed at Athens in 2004, and will line up alongside Ellie Carpenter, who is the youngest member of the squad at 16.

"Obviously gold is what everyone is fighting for and dreams about but if we come back with any medal it would a massive boost for women's...

Ali Riley to become fifth New Zealand centurion against Australia

New Zealand defender Ali Riley
Ali Riley will become the fifth player to reach a 100 caps for the Football Ferns when they take on Australia.

Ali Riley will treat her 100th game for New Zealand no differently from her previous 99, when they face Australia in the first of two women's international friendlies against Australia in Victoria.

The Sweden-based defender will become the fifth player to raise a century for the Football Ferns in Saturday's game at Ballarat, joining Abby Erceg (124), Ria Percival (114), Katie Duncan (113) and Amber Hearn (110).

Riley, 28, doesn't expect to get emotional as she treats every international as a privilege.

"I...

Australia's Lydia Williams proud of indigenous roots in a land far away

Australia goalkeeper Lydia Grace Yilkari Williams
Since her debut in 2005, Lydia Williams has won 52 caps for Australia.

On May 26, as Australia observes the 18th National Sorry Day to remember and commemorate the mistreatment of the country's indigenous population, Lydia Grace Yilkari Williams will wake up on the other side of the world, some 20,000 kilometres from Katanning, the Western Australian town where she was born.

The 28-year-old is regarded as one of the best female goalkeepers in world football and played an integral part in the Matildas progression to their first Olympic appearance in 12 years, but she...