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Gallop quits the FFA

Gallop quits the FFA

Football Federation Australia chief Executive David Gallop has confirmed he will quit the job at the end of the year, ending months of speculation. 11 Jul 2019
Sam Kerr wins two ESPY awards

Sam Kerr wins two ESPY awards

Sam Kerr has won two ESPY awards, including for the best international women's soccer player. 11 Jul 2019
Football + Australia’s surging population = huge chance

Football + Australia’s surging population = huge chance

The prospect of an independently run A-League, an FFA focused on player talent pathways coupled with huge population growth can be a platform to finally grow football on a mass scale in Australia. 8 Jul 2019
Sydney unveil unique new kit deal

Sydney unveil unique new kit deal

Sydney FC will become the first professional sports club in Australia to wear kit designed by Under Armour, better known for their performance footwear, apparel and equipment. 1 Jul 2019
The new leagues revolution is here

The new leagues revolution is here

The biggest change in the history of the W-League and A-League has been been signed off by club bosses and the FFA – and will overhaul the way the game is governed in Australia. 1 Jul 2019
The next steps for Australia

The next steps for Australia

As the dust settles on the Matildas exit from the FIFA Women's World Cup, there have been many ideas thrown up as to what the next steps should be. 30 Jun 2019
Is Australia losing ground in women's football?

Is Australia losing ground in women's football?

As the rest of the world pushes ahead in women's football, Australia is starting to lag behind. 29 Jun 2019
Heartbroken Matildas look to Olympics

Heartbroken Matildas look to Olympics

The Matildas camp disbanded within hours of their shattering World Cup loss on Sunday (AEST), but vowed to reunite and make good on their promise at next year's Olympic Games. 24 Jun 2019
Early exit brings tough questions

Early exit brings tough questions

Ante Milicic and Sam Kerr's team - labelled as the Matildas' golden generation - failed to live up to expectations in France. 23 Jun 2019
Matildas Kerr rubbishes Chelsea link

Matildas Kerr rubbishes Chelsea link

English Women's Super League side Chelsea are reportedly interested in signing Sam Kerr but the Matildas star has dismissed the talk as speculation. 23 Jun 2019
Matildas' inside track on Norway

Matildas' inside track on Norway

More than half of the Matildas have experience playing in Scandinavia, with eight spending time in Norway - the side's next opposition at the World Cup. 21 Jun 2019
Jets lose American duo

Jets lose American duo

Newcastle Jets are set to focus on developing homegrown talent with Americans Britt Eckerstrom and Katie Stengel not returning to the club next season. 20 Jun 2019
Matildas' secret lives: Pizza Hut and Uber

Matildas' secret lives: Pizza Hut and Uber

Only a handful of Australian female footballers make the average wage, leading many to seek second - and sometimes surprising - jobs. 18 Jun 2019
Matildas need W-League boost: Milicic

Matildas need W-League boost: Milicic

Matildas coach Ante Milicic says Australia's domestic women's national league needs further support if the national team is to keep up. 13 Jun 2019
Roestbakken on cloud nine with Matildas

Roestbakken on cloud nine with Matildas

The Matildas may need a new left back against Brazil, which means uncapped teenager Karly Roestbakken is in the mix for an unlikely World Cup debut. 13 Jun 2019
W-League, NWSL keen to grow ties

W-League, NWSL keen to grow ties

More Australians could be heading to National Women's Soccer League if talks to link up the W-League and America's top women's competition are successful. 12 Jun 2019
‘European’ game-day experience tipped for A-League in Canberra

‘European’ game-day experience tipped for A-League in Canberra

Canberra’s planned new stadium is tipped to have a European stadium experience inside and out, but without an A-League licence, the business case for this new stadium remains unclear. 12 Jun 2019
Never Say Die De Vanna hunting Cup glory

Never Say Die De Vanna hunting Cup glory

Lisa De Vanna stands on the brink of Australian footballing immortality in France as she saddles up for a fourth Women's World Cup. 8 Jun 2019
Pay equality for A-League and W-League in salary overhaul

Pay equality for A-League and W-League in salary overhaul

W-League players will be paid the same minimum hourly rate as A-League players under a landmark new salary deal signed off today. 7 Jun 2019
Comeback Matildas revel in World Cup call-ups

Comeback Matildas revel in World Cup call-ups

Katrina Gorry and Chloe Logarzo were both on the brink of missing Matildas selection for the World Cup in France. 5 Jun 2019
Inside the new mindset of the game’s future leaders

Inside the new mindset of the game’s future leaders

If you thought today’s elite coaching courses were centered on cutting-edge tactics, session plans, and the latest formation fads, you’d only be scratching the surface, as FTBL found out. 4 Jun 2019