Matildas International Games

 

 

 

Explanatory note
The information here was supplied by Andre Kruger and Steve Darby and transcribed chiefly by Thomas Esamie. As always many more contributors, among them Peter Georgaras, Nick Guoth and Glenn Fitzgerald also deserve praise for supporting the Womens game in this country.

 

In order to keep things (relatively) simple this section is presented in the same way as the Socceroos (male) section of the archive. The distinction between 'A' and 'B' internationals is still made and as always anyone able and willing to help fill gaps is welcome to contact the maintainers of the site.

 

 

 

In Reverse Chronological Order

2015
'A' Internationals
USA, Nigeria, Sweden
2014
'A' Internationals
Netherlands, France, Scotland, Italy, Brazil (x2), Japan, Jordan, Vietnam
2013
'A' Internationals
New Zealand (x2), Netherlands, France, USA, China (x2)
'B' Internationals
Ado den Haag
2012
'A' Internationals
New Zealand (x2), Japan, Haiti, USA (x2), Taiwan, Hong Kong, China
2011
'A' Internationals
New Zealand (x2), Mexico, England, Brazil, Equatorial Guinea, Norway, Sweden, North Korea, Thailand, Japan, China, South Korea
2010
'A' Internationals
New Zealand (x2), North Korea (x3), Vietnam, South Korea, China, Japan, Mexico, Taiwan, Germany
2009
'A' Internationals
Italy (x2)
'B' Internationals
Italy
2008
'A' Internationals
New Zealand (x4), USA (x3), Canada, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan (x3), North Korea, Italy, Brazil, China, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore
'B' Internationals
Carolina Railhawks, China (x2)
2007
'A' Internationals
Myanmar, Uzbekistan, Taiwan (x3), Hong Kong (x2), North Korea (x2), New Zealand (x2), China (x2), Ghana, Norway, Canada, Brazil
'B' Internationals
New Zealand (x2)
2006
'A' Internationals
Mexico (x3), China (x3), South Korea, Myanmar, North Korea, Thailand, Japan (x2), Netherlands, USA, Denmark
2005
'A' Internationals
Germany, China (x5), Russia, Japan (x3), South Korea (x2), USA, Mexico
'B' Internationals
Tianjin FC, Sacramento Storm, China
2004
'A' Internationals
New Zealand, North Korea, China (x2), Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Mexico (x3), USA (x2), Brazil, Greece, Sweden
'B' Internationals
China, FC Indiana, US Select XI
2003
'A' Internationals
South Korea (x2), Mexico, Sweden, Samoa, Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Japan, China (x3), England, Scotland, Canada, Russia, Ghana
2002
'A' Internationals
South Korea (x3), France, Japan, Canada (x3), Italy, Russia, USA
2001
'A' Internationals
France (x3)
2000
'A' Internationals
Sweden (x2), Czech Republic, USA (x2), Japan, China, Canada, New Zealand, Germany, Brazil
1999
'A' Internationals
Italy (x2), Canada, Denmark, Portugal, China (x2), USA, Sweden (x2), Ghana
'B' Internationals
Canada
1998
'A' Internationals
North Korea (x3), American Samoa, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, New Zealand
1997
'A' Internationals
USA (x4), Italy, Canada, Sweden, Hungary, The Netherlands, Belgium, Estonia, Finland, Norway, China (x2), New Zealand
1996
'A' Internationals
South Korea (x2), Thailand, New Zealand, USA (x2), Japan, China (x2)
1995
'A' Internationals
USA (x4), New Zealand (x2), Brazil (x2), Argentina, Canada (x2), Scotland, Sweden, Denmark, China, Norway, Taiwan
1994
'A' Internationals
Russia (x3), Japan, New Zealand (x2), Papua New Guinea (x2)
1991
'A' Internationals
New Zealand (x2), Papua New Guinea (x2)
1988
'A' Internationals
Brazil, Thailand, Norway, China
1987
'A' Internationals
Canada (x2), Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, USA, New Zealand West Germany
'B' Internationals
Chinese Taipei B
1986
'A' Internationals
New Zealand, Chinese Taipei (x2)
'B' Internationals
New Zealand B
1983
'A' Internationals
New Zealand (x2), New Caledonia, Fiji
1981
'A' Internationals
New Zealand
1980
'A' Internationals
New Zealand (x3)
1979
'A' Internationals
New Zealand (x3)

 

 

 

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