Out of a whirlwind FIFA World Cup, the Matildas don't have time to take a breath before they head into qualifiers for the Paris 2024 Olympics.
The team will be playing on Sam Kerr's home turf at Perth's Rectangular Stadium in October.
They'll play against Iran on October 26, Philippines on October 29 and Chinese Taipei on October 31. Kick-off times are being finalised.
As football fever continues, Australians are looking for ways to follow and support their heroes.
How to support the sport
Advocates are calling for the resources needed to keep momentum for women's sport including financial and cultural support.
Successful sporting clubs also need a crowd of people to cheer on the next generation of Kerrs, Catleys and Carpenters. And they need volunteers at the local clubs.
Matildas fans can continue watching as their heroes conquer the pitch, see below for a guide to finding the champions year-round.
Monash University lecturer Dr Thomas Heenan said Australia's World Cup success could be used to advocate for parity in women's sports.
"It's about equal pay and equal conditions, there's about seven teams that have been in dispute with their Federation at this World Cup, the average wage of any player in this World Cup is about $36,000," he said.
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Encourage female participation
Australia can also promote the success of women's sport by creating a supportive culture and speaking respectfully about female and transgender athletes.
Touch Rugby player Maddy Morrall said she's glad her kids will have the female athletic role models on the national stage that were lacking in her generation.
There were only two other women in her high school P.E. class in Bundaberg, Queensland and Ms Morrall said she was regularly on the receiving end of sexist remarks about her sporting passions.
"People say 'well, you made the women's team - any one could do that'," she said.
Her major achievements never felt as celebrated as her male counterparts, Ms Morrall said.
"But I haven't heard any of that kind of negativity towards the World Cup.
"It's a good change, it's going in the right direction."
Parity in women's soccer
With former Socceroo Craig Foster putting Australian politicians on notice, that their vocal support for the Matildas should be backed up by better funding for the world game, the Albanese Government announced $200 million to improve women's sporting facilities and equipment.
"There is something really significant happening in this World Cup and it's emphasising that there should be more women in administrative posts leading sport," Dr Heenan said.
"You're going to have parity on the pitch, let's have parity in administration," he said.
"You need to be fuelling money into that community base, particularly when a major portion of that base doesn't have the facilities to change in at the most basic level.
"It should be funded on an equal status with the major codes of rugby and Australian Rules Football - it is an internationally far more significant sport."
Dr Heenan said the Matildas were Australia's most marketable team and their growth had been organic.
From here he said women's participation in football had to grow and Australia must realise the soft power significance of the Matildas.
"It's about using this event to equalise sports based on gender, but its also about engaging with the Pacific as a tool of soft diplomacy," he said.
Where to find the Matildas at home and abroad
Catch Kerr wearing the blue jersey for Chelsea F.C. when the 29-year-old striker returns to the English Women's Super League and UEFA Women's Champions League.
Kerr is the Chelsea F.C.'s top scorer and a highly-awarded player and team member.
Mary Fowler and Alanna Kennedy
Cairns-born Mary Fowler plays forward for Manchester City W.F.C. in the English Women's Super League and UEFA Women's Champions League.
She secured her first goals for the team in a 6-0 Continental Cup win over Blackburn in October 2022.
Star midfielder and defender Alanna Kennedy also signed a two-year contract extension with Manchester City in May 2023.
The Cowra-born defender made the move to Lyon in 2020, joining Olympique Lyonnais Féminin.
Her team plays in UEFA Women's Champions League, Division 1 Féminine and Coupe de France Féminine.
She plays in the English Women's Super League and UEFA Women's Champions League.
Katrina Gorry, Clare Polkinghorne and Charlotte Grant
Catch midfielder Katrina Gorry and fellow Queenslander Clare Polkinghorne playing in the Swedish League for Vittsjo GIK.
Charlotte Grant joined her teammates in Sweden in 2021, playing for Rosengard and Vittsj GIK.
Tune into the Sweden's Damallsvenskan League to watch their games.
Goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold has made 54 league appearances for West Ham United since joining the team in 2020.
She plays in the English Women's Super League.
Caitlin Foord and Steph Catley
Winger and forward Cailtin Foord joined an exodus of Australians headed to Arsenal F.C. for the 2019-2020 season. She averages a goal for every two starts despite often being played as a left wing.
Steph Catley signed a new contract with the club in 2022 and is described by Arsenal as "a reliable full-back with a stunning delivery".
They play in the English Women's Super League and UEFA Women's Champions League.
Shepparton's own Cortnee Vine continues as a hero of Australian soccer, playing for Sydney F.C in the Australian A-League.
Midfielder Kyra Cooney-Cross began playing in Sweden's Damallsvenskan League in early 2022, signing a two-year contract with Hammarby IF.
Alex Chidiac signed a one-year contract with U.S. team Racing Louisville in 2022, but spent much of the year loaned to Melbourne Victory.
Racing Louisville play in the U.S. National Women's Soccer League.
Emily van Egmond
Matildas midfielder Emily van Egmond plays for U.S. team San Diego Wave F.C. after a multi-player trade with Orlando Pride.
Her contract lasts through the remainder of 2023 to play in the U.S. National Women's Soccer League. .
Courtney Nevin left home to play for Hammerby IF in Sweden's women's league in 2022 but permanently transferred to Leicester City as a defender in July 2023.
She plays in the English Women's Super League.
Defender Clare hunt has been under contract with the Western Sydney Wanderers since 2021 and plays in the Australian A-League.
Goalkeeper Lydia Williams has made seven appearances for Brighton and Hove Albion W.F.C. in the English Women's Super League.
She's signed an 18 month contract with the club after leaving Paris Saint-Germain.
Kyah Simon is signed as a striker with Tottenham Hotspur but tore her ACL playing in the English Women's Super League in October 2022.
Tameka Yallop joined Norwegian club SK Brann Kvinner in August 2022 with a further six month option.
She plays as a midfielder in Norway's premier league Toppserien.
Aivi Luik plays in Sweden's Damallsvenskan League for Gothenburg team BK Hacken FF.
Clare Wheeler plays for the Liverpool-based club Everton F.C in the English Women's Super League.
The Coffs Harbour midfielder was loaned to Everton in August 2022 and signed on permanently when her contract ended.
Goalkeeper Teagan Micah defends Liverpool F.C.'s penalty area in the English Women's Super League.