Stop and Turn (Cap 165: Christine Walters)
Australia's longest-running women's football podcast (est. April 2019).
History: Christine Walters, Matildas Cap 165
Matildas Debut: 2008Appearances: 4 (all in 2008)Position: DefenderWalters played for Canberra United in the 2008-09, 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons, making 13 appearances.
Clean sweep for the ParaMatildas v Japan (9-0, 8-1 and 6-0 wins)Australia U-23 squad selectedJunior Matildas squad selected
Spain - Jorge Vilda is sackedLuis Rubiales resignsKatie Bowen to Inter MilanBallon d'Or nominees
Dub News & Signings
Women's Club Championship: Sydney FC in Group BAdelaide United - Maruschka Waldus (NED)Brisbane Roar - Isabella Shuttleworth, Grace KuilamuCanberra United - Mary Stanic-FloodyCentral Coast Mariners - Ash Irwin, Sophie NenadovicMelbourne City - Hannah WilkinsonNewcastle Jets - Izzy Nino (USA), Libby Copus-BrownPerth Glory - Jessika Cowart (PHI), Quinley Quezada (PHI)Sydney FC - Fiona Worts (ENG)Wellington Phoenix - Kelli BrownWestern United - Lucy Richards, Raquel DeralasSeason 16 squad page
Around the World
Polly's Palace: (ENG) - 3 of 22
Brann, Glasgow City, Paris FC & St. Pölten are through to the 2nd qualifying round, the draw will take place on 15 September.
Trophée des Champions
(ESP) - 1 of 30
Postponed due to player strikes
Norway – Toppserien Round 20Sweden – Damallsvenkan Round 19
Liga MX (MEX) - 9/10 of 17
Queens, Kings and Themperors of the Week
All of us - Congratulations to Dale and Julia on their engagement!
Dale - 1) APIA Leichhardt won the treble - NPL NSW Premiership, NPL NSW Club Championship, Sapphire Cup 2) Ella Mastrantonio and St. Pölten are through to the next round of UWCL qualifiers
Eric - Hills United are through to the FNSW League One Women's Grand Final after a heart-stopping triumph over Central Coast Mariners (1-1 at full time, Hills won 3-2 on penalties). Special shoutout to supersub Kaylie Shannon (scorer of the late equalising goal) and captain/goalkeeper Sarah Easthope (saved the decisive penalty).
Maj - James, Scott & Adam from Brisbane Football Review do a wonderful job covering football at many levels in Queensland