Football Olympic qualifier previewThe U23s men's football team's road to Rio kicks off at the AFC Championships where they'll be looking to secure qualification for the 2016 Games. Their first match is against the UAE.
Antonis eager for Olympics shotTerry Antonis will be looking to push Australia to Rio 2016 qualification when the final qualifiers begin later this week.
Aussies finalise preparations for Rio qualifiersJamie Maclaren discusses the upcoming Rio 2016 qualifiers.
Kyah Simon celebrates goalKyah Simon scores a goal for the Australian women's football team at the 2015 World Cup.
Matildas celebrate goal at World CupThe Australian women's football team celebrate a goal at the 2015 World Cup.
Matildas confident ahead of World Cup openerKyah Simon, Lisa De Vanna and Clare Polkinghorne discuss the Matildas chances at the 2015 World Cup.
Sydney IGNITEtheDream: MayWatch Duncan Armstrong, Laurie Lawrence and the Olympian panel inspire Rio hopefuls at NSWIS, the final IGNITEtheDream session.
Go Socceroos | AUS Olympic TeamWishing our mates the Socceroos good luck at the World Cup! Legendary Olympian Susie O'Neill and faces of the next generation- Angus Thompson and Marina Carrier from the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Team send their messages of good luck to Rio!
Maracanã StadiumThe Maracanã Stadium will be one of the venues for football as well as the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Training HardThe Matilda's trained hard during their Asian Qualifying Tournament campaign in order to be at their strongest against South Korea, Thaland, China, Korea Republic and Japan. Australia finished the tournament in 3rd place.
Matilda's Line-UpThe Matilda's line up in preperation for one of their Asian Qualifying Tournament matches for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Unfortunately the Matilda's finished in 3rd place meaning they did not qualify for the Olympics at this stage
Almost famous in Jinan, ChinaSally Shipard sends in a video update for her My Journey to London Diary from Olympic qualifiers in Jinan, China. Shipard and Heather Garriock introduce us to an important phase of rest & recovery- the routine coffee run!
Shipard sets sights on another OlympicsSally Shipard experienced the Olympics in 2004 and now she dreams of representing Australia in front of football-mad crowds in the UK in 2012.
London Looming - September 2011As the London 2012 Games draw closer and closer we take a look at what the prospective Australian Team athletes are up to - September 2011
Shipard smiles with CarindaOlympic footballer smiles with primary students from Carinda Public at the conclusion of Chat to a Champ.
Carinda listen to ShipardPrimary students from Carinda Public eagerly listen to Olympic footballer Sally Shipard.
Shipard chats to CarindaPrimary students from Carinda Public in regional NSW chat to Olympic footballer Sally Shipard
One Year Out - Wembley StadiumAerial view of Wembley Stadium which will host football events during the London 2012 Olympic Games in London, England.
Olympian Shipard takes on AthensAustralian footballer Saly Shipard competes at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
World Cup defeat distressSweden celebrates winning 3-1 the FIFA Women's World Cup 2011 Quarter Final match between Sweden and Australia and Sally Shipard of Australia (C) looks dejected at the FIFA Women's World Cup Stadium Augsburg on July 10, 2011 in Augsburg, Germany.
Young Shipard takes on the U.SSally Shipard #15 of Australia chases the ball during the game against the USA on October 16, 2005 at Titan Stadium in Fullerton, California.
Shipard stretchesSally Shipard of the Matildas stretches after the Australian Matildas training session at the Novotel Resort June 8, 2007 in Coffs Harbour.
Shipard controls in W-LeagueSally Shipard of Canberra controls the ball during the round nine W-League match between the Melbourne Victory and Canberra United at Skilled Stadium on January 8, 2011 in Geelong, Australia.
My Journey to London - Sally ShipardYou don’t just arrive in London in July 2012 for the Olympic Games. It takes years of hard work, sacrifices and determination to be the best. And it is not a solo effort. There are so many people that influence an athletes’ career. This gallery gives
London Looming - June 2011As the London 2012 Games draw closer and closer we take a look at what the prospective Australian Team athletes are up to - June 2011.