Njoya Nchout Ajara says she is in good health after being quarantined in Norway after returning there after playing Olympic qualifiers in Africa.
The USWNT roster for the CONCACAF Women's Olympic qualifying includes 18 of 23 players who helped the American team win the 2019 World Cup.
Equatorial Guinea have been kicked out of the 2019 Women's World Cup after fielding ineligible players and falsifying documents.
The issue of a Team GB side participating at future Olympics was raised again in September when representatives of the four home nations discussed it.
Infantino has allayed fears England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland could have their individual identities revoked if they were to unite.
Alen Stajcic has described the Matildas' Olympics QF loss to Brazil as one of the most courageous efforts he has seen in Australian sport.
One Brazil fan has customised their jersey to remove Neymar and show some love for Marta at this summer's Olympic Games.
Overcoming Canada will play a vital role in getting the Australian women's football team deep into the Rio Olympics tournament, says Katrina Gorry.
The magnitude of the Olympic campaign that awaits them beginning to the Australian women's football team as they settle into their Sao Paulo camp.
Australia's women's team will enter the Olympics all the wiser for a 3-1 away loss to Brazil, coach Alen Stajcic says.
Lisa De Vanna and Clare Polkinghorne will lead the Matildas to the Rio Olympics after being named co-captains of Australia's 18-strong football squad.
Lydia Williams is proud of her Australian indigenous roots as she continues to write her name into women's football history, writes Stephanie Brantz.
Matildas teenager Ellie Carpenter has improved so much Alen Stajcic says she's lapped her teammates as she jostles for an unlikely ticket to Rio.
Successful Matildas coach Alen Stajcic has secured a four-year contract extension that will keep him at the helm until after the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The legendary stadium in Rio de Janeiro will host both the men's and women's Olympic finals next summer.
The Football Association has scrapped plans to field Great Britain men's and women's football teams at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
The FA had originally ruled out entering teams in Rio de Janeiro, but has now written to the Scottish, Northern Irish and Welsh associations informing them of its intentions and asking if they would like to take part.
The Football Association is preparing to enter men's and women's Great Britain teams for the Rio Olympics next year.