One of a kind - the only Encyclopedia of a women's national team

One of a kind - the only Encyclopedia of a women's national team

The Encyclopedia of Matildas - World Cup Edition is the only A-Z guide in the world of a national women's football team.

The Encyclopedia features every woman who has pulled on the green-and-gold for Australia, and sheds light on the facts, figures and history of over 270 women who have represented our country. 
Coming in at 236 pages, with more than 100 photos and diagrams, the fully up-to-date Encyclopedia of Matildas is a labour of love for Andrew Howe from Adelaide, and his co-author Greg Werner of Sydney. 
The information in the Encyclopedia includes data on games, goals and opponents, as well as biographical information. There are also detailed tables showing who Australia has played, where games have taken place, the captains, the coaches, and the record holders.

The Matildas are ranked 10th in the world heading into the World Cup.
In addition to the Matildas feats, the Encyclopedia includes data on the national women’s leagues from their inception in 1996 until the present day. 

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A fascinating memoir about working in the male-dominated football world

The goalscoring dozen!