Meet the Westfield Matildas
Meet Australia's top female football stars, the Westfield Matildas. Following on from the highly successful Westfield W-League competition, the Westfield Matildas play Italy in Parramatta (Sydney) and Canberra and you can meet them at two special appearances.
Meet Australia's top female football stars, the Westfield Matildas.
The Australian women's team, Westfield Matildas, are set to taken on the Italy in two international friendly matches at Parramatta Stadium (31 January) and Canberra Stadium (7 February).
Football fans will have the opportunity to meet the team at Westfield Liverpool (NSW) on Thursday 29 January from 7.00pm and Westfield Belconnen (ACT) on Friday 6 February from 6.00pm.
The Westfield Matildas will appear on the centre court stage for a pre-match interview, followed by a special autograph signing session for the first 100 football fans! There will also be loads of entertainment, giveaways, and football trivia. Head to Westfield Liverpool or Westfield Belconnen to show your support and wish the Westfield Matildas well.
And don't forget - tickets to both Australia v Italy matches are on sale now - visit www.ticketek.com.au. But if you can't make it to the matches, catch the broadcast on ABC TV.
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