Our commitment

As a proud partner of Football Australia, and the largest brand investor in Australian women’s football, we’re committed to developing and promoting equality and inclusiveness in Australian sport.

With 150,000+ girls participating every year, football is growing rapidly in local communities around the country. From supporting grassroots initiatives to the elite game, we believe it’s important to hero Australian girls and women and their achievements through football.

Commonwealth Bank Matildas

We’re the proud naming rights partner of the Australian women’s football team, the Matildas. Formed more than 40 years ago, the Matildas have gone from strength to strength on the international football stage, currently ranked in the top 10 in the world.

We look forward to continuing to support the Matildas as they lead up to hosting the world on home soil in 2023.

We’re also supporters of the elite pathway and junior teams, the Young Matildas (under 20s) and Junior Matildas (under 17s), helping to grow the next generation of national football stars.

Socceroos and MiniRoos

Continuing our commitment to support football at all levels, we’re an official partner and bank of the men’s national team, the Socceroos, as well as a partner of the MiniRoos program, which introduces kids aged 4-11 to the game of football, potentially unearthing the next generation of Socceroos or Matildas.

CommBank Matildas competition winners

The CommBank Matildas competition is closed and the winners have been announced.

  • Winner: Robyn Baker
  • Runner-up: Anil Jose
  • Runner-up: Simran Parekh

The CommBank Magic Card Photo Competition at football home games.

The CommBank Matildas are taking on USA on November 27th at Stadium Australia & November 30th at McDonald Jones Stadium. Keep an eye out for the CommBank activation staff out the front of the stadium to take a fun Magic Card Photo and post it on Instagram for your chance to win signed Sam Kerr memorabilia.

Terms & conditions apply (PDF)

 *Entrants must by 18+ to be eligible to enter. If under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must provide consent. Review the full terms and conditions