The Matildas and Chile are set to play 2 friendlies. The matches are available both live on free-to-air and subscription services.
The Matildas go up against Chile in a pair of friendlies. Expect the Matildas players to be pumped after reports emerged this week that they’ll now have equal pay with the Socceroos. This is a far cry from a few years back when they were paid hundreds of thousands dollars less.
Australia’s women are ranked number 8 in the FIFA world rankings, while the Chileans are further down the order at 37 in the world.
The Australian women’s national soccer team is overseen by the governing body for soccer in Australia, Football Federation Australia (FFA), which is currently a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and the regional ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) since leaving the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) in 2006. The team’s official nickname is the Matildas (from the Australian folk song “Waltzing Matilda”), having been known as the Female Socceroos before 1995. Under a naming rights deal with Scentre Group and its predecessor, Westfield Group, the team has been branded as Westfield Matildas since 2008.Australia is a three-time OFC champion, one-time AFC champion and one-time AFF champion, and became the first ever national team to win in two different confederations (before the men’s team did the same in 2015 AFC Asian Cup). The team has represented Australia at the FIFA Women’s World Cup on seven occasions and at the Olympic Games on two, although it has won neither tournament. Immediately following the 2015 World Cup, Australia was ranked ninth in the world by FIFA.
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The two last met in a pair of matches almost exactly a year ago. In those games the results were split with a win each, though the Matildas underachieved in the first game losing 3-2 and bounced back with a resounding 5-0 win next up.
When is the Matildas vs Chile match?
The Matildas first take on Chile on Saturday 9 November at 3pm AEDT at Bankwest Stadium, Parramatta. Following that match they will again meet on Tuesday 12 November at 8pm AEDT, this time at Coopers Stadium, Adelaide.
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Live stream Matildas vs Chile on Kayo:
How to watch Matildas vs Chile football match
Australians are lucky to have several different options to choose from when it comes to watching football. Matildas games are spread over free-to-air TV with ABC, pay TV provider Foxtel and subscription services Kayo Sports and My Football.
Watch Matildas vs Chile on ABC
ABC has every Matildas friendly match and 2020 AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament live. This is awesome if you’re solely a Matildas fan but if you like your men’s football too the ABC only has one weekly A-League match and some W-League fixtures.
Matildas matches can also be streamed live online through ABC iview.
Stream Matildas vs Chile on Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports is another great option, did we mention it has over 50 sports? In addition to the Matildas Kayo also has every single Socceroos match live whether home or abroad. Where Kayo stands out is that it was designed to improve fans’ sports viewing experience.
You can watch four sports at once thanks to SplitView. There’s also a Key Moments timeline, Kayo Minis, No Spoilers and Interactive Stats. You can start watching with Kayo for free using this .
After that you’ll be up for $25/month to watch two streams at once, or $35/month if you want to access three simultaneous streams on different devices. You can watch Kayo on iOS and Android devices, PC and Mac, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV, Chromecast and Airplay.
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Watch Matildas vs Chile on Foxtel
Foxtel IQ is currently one of the only ways to get sports content in 4K quality. Existing customers simply add the HD Sport pack for $29/month onto their current set-top box subscription.
If you’re wishing to sign up for Foxtel IQ it’s a little more of a process. There’s an installation process which potentially incurs a fee pending whether you can sign up with a deal or not.
Plus you must also be signed up to the new mandatory Foxtel Plus pack for $49/month, which gives you a mix of 60 channels. Add in the sports content and your total monthly bill is then $74/month.
A subscription also gives you access to Foxtel GO. Once you log in to the Foxtel app you can watch from wherever with an Internet connection. You can also opt in to the Foxtel First loyalty program.
Live stream Matildas vs Chile on Foxtel Now
Foxtel Now is Foxtel’s digital streaming service. Like Foxtel IQ you can’t get away with only having the sports content for $29/month. You must also have the Essentials pack which is $25/month. So at a minimum you’ll be staring at a $54/monthly cost.
You can watch Foxtel Now on the Foxtel Now box, Telstra TV, Android TV, iOS and Android devices, PS4, Chromecast, Airplay and PC or Mac. Again you’ll also have access to the Foxtel GO app too.
Watch Matildas vs Chile via My Football Live
My Football Live is data-free for Telstra mobile customers. That’s pretty much where the positives end. Viewing via My Football is restricted to a screen of seven inches or less and can’t be shared to a TV via HDMI or Airplay/Chromecast.
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