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Melbourne Victory upping W-League derby expectations against City

Caitlin Foord scored a hat trick in the Matildas' 5-0 victory over Chile at McDonald Jones Stadium.
FFA CEO David Gallop has announced the #GETONSIDE campaign to help Australia's bid for the 2023 Women's World Cup.

For the first time since the entry of their crosstown rivals to the W-League, Melbourne Victory don't feel in the shadows of glamour side Melbourne City. And they're determined to take it up to the three-time champions under the Friday night lights at AAMI Park.

Victory and City duel in a standalone derby this weekend, taking centre stage off the A-League -- enjoying a week off with the Socceroos in town -- and following on from another well-supported Matildas friendly series.

Five Matildas will...

Australia's Alen Stajcic urges Caitlin Foord to realise her potential 'to be one of the best players in the world'

Caitlin Foord scored a hat trick in the Matildas' 5-0 victory over Chile at McDonald Jones Stadium.
FFA CEO David Gallop has announced the #GETONSIDE campaign to help Australia's bid for the 2023 Women's World Cup.

Coach Alen Stajcic says Caitlin Foord "could be one of the best players in the world," following the forward's three-goal performance in the Matildas' 5-0 victory over Chile on Tuesday in Newcastle.

The Sydney FC attacker netted the first hat trick of her seven-year international career and set up another goal as the Aussies made a welcome return to form following their surprise 3-2 defeat against the world No. 39 on Saturday.

Foord was instrumental in Australia's stunning second-half performance...

Women's football in Australia has come a long way - Lisa De Vanna

FFA CEO David Gallop has announced the #GETONSIDE campaign to help Australia's bid for the 2023 Women's World Cup.

Matildas star Lisa De Vanna marvels at the progress Australian women's football has made, as she prepares to face a nation even she hasn't played against in her lengthy international career.

De Vanna, who will turn 34 the day after the Matildas' second match against Chile, won the first of her 142 caps back in 2004.

Well over 10,000 fans are expected at both Penrith's Panthers Stadium next Saturday and at Newcastle's McDonald Jones Stadium three days later, home crowds far higher than when De Vanna...