England captain Houghton 'excited' for her 3rd World Cup (1:28)
Toni Duggan believes England have the ability to win the World Cup (1:35)
Micah credits college move with Matildas dream call-up (0:40)
CONCACAF President outlines women's football strategy (2:04)
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Get ready, world: Here comes Mal Pugh

As the World Cup approaches, other countries may be catching up to the U.S. women's national team, but they'll have to catch her first.

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Aussie prodigy Fowler eyes World Cup minutes

Mary Fowler has always had talent but even she concedes she might be ahead of schedule after making the Matildas' squad for next month's World Cup.

Matildas running smoothly ahead of World Cup (0:26)
Brandi Chastain on her '99 infamous goal celebration (0:46)
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Milicic signs Matildas contract extension

Ante Milicic will coach Australia's women's football team at next months World Cup through to next year's Tokyo Olympics, should they qualify.

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Beckham, Prince William reveal England squad

Prince William, David Beckham and Emma Watson were among the famous faces involved as England named their squad for the Women's World Cup.

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Milicic with Matildas World Cup squad headaches

One week out from naming his squad, Ante Milicic faces a selection squeeze to pack the best of Australia's talent on the plane to the World Cup.