5 Aussie women’s sport docos to watch after the Matildas’ game-changing appearance at the FIFA WWC

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Can’t get enough of cheering on the Matildas? Neither can we!

After watching the Matildas play against Sweden for the FIFA Women’s World Cup over the weekend… you can cheer on more Australian women’s sport by watching their best documentaries!

Here are five best Australian women’s sport documentaries to watch after the Matildas verse Sweden in the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

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1. Matildas: The World At Our Feet

How could we not include the Matildas documentary, going behind the scenes as the Australian women’s soccer team prepare for the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Following your favourite Australian players including Sam Kerr, Ellie Carpenter, Mary Fowler, and more as they inspire the next generation.

Relive the World Cup as they go through the struggles and sacrifices they’ve had to make to become number one.

Stream Matildas: The World At Our Feet now on Disney Plus with a mth-to-mth no lock-in contract. Subscribe here.

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2. Mary

In a four episode miniseries on 7Plus, fans can get to know Matildas star Mary Fowler a little better.

Shot and directed by Mary’s brother, Vino, the docuseries offers audiences an insight into her football journey: from playing backyard soccer with her siblings, to Matildas success and an international career with Manchester City Football Club.

Watch it here.

Mary is a four part miniseries about Matildas star Mary Fowler.

3. Everyday Heroes

Be inspired as Everyday Heroes on Youtube tells the story of Australia’s first women’s AFL season, as recently as 2017!

Making history for girls across the country on the 3rd of February 2017, when the AFLW Collingwood Magpies and the Carlton Blues stepped on the field at Ikon Park in Melbourne, Victoria.

Making room for young girls across the country.

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4. Strong Women

This ABC Iview documentary showcases Australia’s top professional athletes, who are daughters, mothers, and wives.

Explaining the pressure that society has on young girls to stay thin, whereas they push the pressure off and gain strength to fight the patriarchy instead.

Trigger warning: Strong Women discusses issues including eating disorders, domestic violence, and addiction.

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5. The Will To Fly

Hold your breath as Australian Olympic aerial skiing champion Lydia Lassila performs the most complex acrobatic maneuver ever performed by a woman.

Does she stick the landing? Find out when you watch The Will To Fly on Apple TV+.

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