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AFF Women's Football | Philippines Vs. Australia Round 2
The stage is set. 10 countries battle it all out for the trophy. Only one remains the victor. Our Philippine Women's National Football team (the Filipinas) will take on other South East Asian neighbors under Group A - Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. But before that, they will encounter another country from the Oceania region.
The Filipinas will go toe-to-toe with the Matildas, which will be their second meet-up and months after their last meeting during the group stages of the AFC Women's Asian Cup. An honorable defeat, with only four goals to nil in favor of the Australians but the Filipinas stood their ground until the final whistle.
With a podium finish after winning the Bronze Medal against Myanmar (2 - 1) during the 31st SEA Games in Hanoi, Vietnam, and their friendly matches in Europe, a 1 - nil loss to Ireland, and a double victory against Bosnia & Herzegovina (3 - 2; 2 - 1) the Filipinas are now in great form, ready to play in front of their fans, and supporters at the heart of the nation's capital in Manila.
Today's match is going to be like, we skipped the appetizer, the éntree, and go ahead to the main course. We cannot underestimate the Matildas since they have top-caliber players. Our taste buds will absolutely go crazy for this match, and who knows, Coach Alen Stajcic may have tricks under his sleeve. Regardless of the result and the outcome of the match, we may have a new rivalry in Women's Football.
Now that the Filipinas will play in front of their fans, the grand mosque of Filipino Football - Rizal Memorial Stadium, is now open to the general public after converting the venue for Local Stranded Individuals (LSIs) who got stranded during the lockdown 2 years ago.
We are inviting everyone to show your support for the Filipinas, as they battle it all out for the AFF Women's Championship. There are two ways you can show your support for our lady booters. For those who can't make it in Manila, it will be televised on OneSports, OneSports+, and on Cignal.
If you prefer watching the games live and residing around Manila. Turn Off your TVs, your gadgets. Let's Turn On your Passion. After 2 and a half years, the Ultras Filipinas will return at their turf - the Green Bleachers, as they will show their support for our lady booters until the end of the tournament.
Be sure to get there on time 2 hours before kick off, where the Ultras will gather at 7Eleven Cityland Vito Cruz, Manila for their Corteo. Kick Off at 7pm, the Philippines will take on Australia for the group stages of the AFF Women's Championship.