The most exciting season of the W-League is heading towards what is anticipated to be an equally exciting finals series and we want to capture your excitement and the support of your team.
Victory supporting their team in the regular season | Emily Mogic/TWG
The final regular season match of the W-League and there is all to play for. Finals positions are on the line for Canberra United and Sydney FC, while the other teams are playing for finals positioning or pride.
Goals in each half from Tameka Butt have lifted Brisbane Roar to a crucial 2-0 win over arch-rivals Sydney FC.
It's the last game of the regular season and the Western Sydney Wanderers and Sydney FC have a lot of pride to play for. That's right, it's round 2 of mate vs mate in the second Sydney Derby.
Two rounds to go and there is still plenty on the line for all the W-League teams bet it the premiership, ladder positioning, a finals place or state pride.
A hat-trick to Lisa De Vanna has helped the Perth Glory extend their lead at the top of the Westfield W-League table after an incredible 7-5 win over Sydney FC at Allianz Stadium on Saturday.
Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC fought out an entertaining 1-1 draw in their W-League clash at Wembley Reserve.
With four rounds to go until the finals and several teams vying for those coveted Top Four positions, this weekend's action in the Westfield W-League will have plenty on the line.
A goal in the last seconds of injury time has enabled Sydney FC to steal a 4-3 win over a luckless Canberra United in steamy conditions at Leichhardt Oval.
Pure joy as Sydney prevail in a tight contest | TWG
The tightest season yet of the Westfield W-League has resulted in inconsistent results for many teams in the competition. Points have been hard to come by and playing well has not always assured victory.
How do the teams rate heading into the second half of the season?
Perth are the team to catch in the second half | Getty