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Sam Kerr stars in incredible ad Football: Matildas superstar Sam Kerr is one of the stars of Nike's incredible new advertising campaign. Sam Kerr. The entire focus from the video released by one of the biggest brands in sport is on the field. In a moment that sits comfortably with some but saddens others, 12 of our best players stripped off completely for a black-and-white calendar that saw its print run increase from an original copies to 45, Source:News Limited To say the stunt ruffled feathers is an understatement.
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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Much has changed for women's football in Australia over the years and the Matildas are now one of the country's most popular sporting teams. But that wasn't always the case. The Australian women's football team first came together in to play in an invitational tournament in Chinese Taipei. A year later, Australia played its first official game against New Zealand in Sydney.
It's been 20 years since the Matildas team of took off their clothes and stood in front of a camera. The images were printed in a calendar and thousands of copies were sold around the world. It captured global attention and triggered a fierce debate about feminism, body image and the path to equality for women's sport. Since then, everyone has known who they are," says Heather Reid, who was on the board of the Australian Women's Football Association at the time. Alicia Ferguson-Cook was one of the athletes photographed.