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Luis Rubiales arrested over corruption allegations

Luis Rubiales was accused of non-consensually kissing a player at last year’s Women’s World Cup in Sydney. He was handed multiple suspensions and bans over the incident.

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Luis Rubiales could face a criminal trial over non-consensual kiss

A Spanish judge has called for Luis Rubiales, the country’s former soccer boss, to face a criminal trial, following an incident at the Women’s World Cup last year.

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Why was Spain’s women’s soccer coach fired?

Spain’s Royal Football Federation (RFEF) has fired the coach of its national women’s team amid the ongoing Women’s World Cup controversy.

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From selling lamingtons to selling out stadiums: the history of the Matildas

The Women’s World Cup has broken records and captured the imagination of the country, with the nation well and truly rallying behind the Matildas’ journey. While the past few weeks have proven women’s soccer has firmly cemented itself as a beloved Aussie sporting code, it wasn’t easy getting there. From selling lamingtons to fundraising on street corners, the original World Cup Matildas squad had their work cut out for them. In today’s deep dive, we’ll explain how far the Matildas have come and how the Tillies got their name.

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Exclusive: Prime Minister says there will be a “race” to declare a public holiday if Matlidas win the Women’s World Cup

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has exclusively told The Daily Aus there will be a “race” to declare a public holiday if the Matildas win the Women’s World Cup.

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FIFA has threatened a blackout of the Women’s World Cup over ‘disappointing’ TV offers

FIFA’s boss has slammed lowball TV offers for this year’s World Cup, even threatening a blackout for some countries. Here’s the issue at play.

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Saudi Arabia’s tourism body will not sponsor the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Saudi Arabia’s tourism body will not sponsor this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

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