Listen to the Matildas’ official World Cup anthem.

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Forget It’s Coming Home and tell The Anfield Rap to move over, the Matildas now have an anthem of their own and you can listen to it here.

Nike has brought together Aussie artists Ninajirachi, KLP, Kota Banks and Nina Las Vegas to release an anthem dedicated to the national women’s football team.

According to the artists, the track titled “Everything We Ever Dreamed Of” is about the Matildas’ journey to the top, where the athletes have the prospect to win and turn their dreams into reality.

This is the first time the team has had a song written and produced for them. Listen to the song below or by clicking here.

Nike athlete and Matildas striker Caitlin Foord believes music is an integral part of football culture, from amping a team up on matchday to relaxing off-pitch.

“To have a brand new Nike kit made especially for the Matildas, and now our own anthem, it’s incredible,” said Foord.

“We are heading into the biggest competition of our lives, so to hdfewfwefave the nation rally behind us with the jersey and this anthem feels really special.

“We know a bunch of Aussies will head over to France, but this track gives all our fans on home soil a chance to get behind the Matildas. It’s a huge time for women in sport, so the more the fans can celebrate with us, the better.”

While you’re here, check out The Anfield Rap. Another football song written by an Australia: Craig Johnston.

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