Canberra United's Lydia Williams and Caitlin Munoz are two Matildas who will receive a financial boost ahead of their first camp at the Australian Institute of Sport in preparation for this year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Williams and Munoz will get funding from the federal government's direct athlete support grants, which total $12 million across 600 Australian athletes. The Matildas will have five camps, with the first beginning in Canberra on Monday, as they look to become Australia's first soccer team to win an Olympic medal. Federal Sports Minister Sussan Ley and Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop will announce which Matildas will receive a slice of the pie on Monday, with $330,000 going to the world No.5 side. Athletes in other sports will be announced in the coming weeks. "The national team is a great success story under [the grants], with funding doubling in the past year to about $330,000, sending this year's Commonwealth commitment for the Matildas to $1.7 million," Ley said. "This is reflective of the growing status of the team – they go to Rio in August ... looking to become the first ever Australian football team to claim an Olympic medal." The FFA will also reveal The Women's Football Development Guide, which was compiled by surveying more than 300 stakeholders in women's soccer to develop and promote the game. It's designed to help Australia's 2,300 community clubs, given soccer is now the most popular team sport for girls. "Female football has been one of the great growth stories in Australian sport and more than 20 per cent of football participants in Australia are now female," Ley said. "I commend the FFA for looking at ways to not only meet this demand, but continue this upward trend in female participation."