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Alen Stajcic hails the Matildas in Olympic quarterfinal loss to Brazil

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic
Matildas coach Alen Stajcic guided his side to the quarterfinals of the Olympics in Brazil.

Devastated Matildas coach Alen Stajcic has described his side's Olympics quarterfinal loss to Brazil as one of the most courageous efforts he has seen in Australian sport.

Australia's Rio campaign came to an end on Friday night, snuffed out in a dramatic 7-6 quarterfinal penalty shootout in Belo Horizonte.

Looking to break a 0-0 stalemate after extra time, the Matildas had a chance to seal a semifinal berth when local star Marta missed Brazil's fifth spot kick, only for Katrina Gorry's reply to...

Katrina Gorry, Matildas looking to beat Canada in Olympic opener

Katrina Gorry (19) says that the Matildas are fully focused on their opening match against Canada.

Overcoming Canada will play a vital role in getting the Australian women's football team deep into the Rio Olympics tournament, says star playmaker Katrina Gorry.

The Matildas are in camp in Sao Paulo preparing to open their campaign against Canada on Aug. 3.

The aim is to clinch gold and bring home Australia's first Olympic football medal.

Gorry says defeating Canada can set the tone.

"We have to come out firing in that game," Gorry said. "Being our first game we need to set a mark in our tournament.

"I...

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

Matildas celebrate
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

Lisa De Vanna
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...