Sydney FC returns to Westfield W-League action today as they take on Adelaide United in Week 6. The match also sees a much welcomed return to the line up of prolific striker Leena Khamis.
Khamis back to lead the lines | TWG
Matildas and Sydney FC defender Caitlin Foord has been awarded the 2011 AFC Youth Player of the Year awarded at last nights AFC Awards in Kuala Lumpur. The award concludes a terrific 2011 for the 17 year old who has now been recognised at national, regional and international level as the leading young female footballer in the world.
Further recognition for a stellar 2011 | Getty
Alen Stajcic has named his Sydney FC squad for the 2011/12 Westfield W-League. The squad sees the return of Sarah Walsh and the introduction of Matildas' defender Thea Slatyer as well as the promotion of several NSWIS players.
Sydney looking to take back the title | TWG
It started with a mid-week teaser by the FFA Girls FC twitter account but by the end of the week it was revealed (well pretty much so) that Sydney FC had signed US midfielder Megan Rapinoe.
The ABC team of Stephanie Brantz, Peter Wilkins, Alicia Ferguson and Amy Taylor will once again be calling all the action in the W-League grand final on ABC 1 this Saturday from 2.50pm.
Brantz to lead ABC broadcast | ABC TV
Reigning W-League Champions Sydney FC defeated Arrive Alive Women’s Premier League Premiers Illawarra Stingrays 4-0 in a trial match in Wollongong on Monday evening.
Sydney continue good pre-season form | Cam Wheeler
Sydney FC have plenty of well known stars and Matildas within their ranks. It’s one of the reasons that the Sky Blues find themselves in this Saturday’s grand final. However, the contributions of their lesser known players have been equally important. One such player is the 152 cm pocket rocket, Teresa Polias.
From a very young age it was clear that Sydney FC and Matildas’ striker Kyah Simon was a very special player. The NSWIS graduate appeared to have it all; technical ability, electrifying pace and that all important eye for goal.
A stellar season for Simon | Cam Wheeler
We speak with last year's Westfield W-League Golden Boot winner, Leena Khamis about her stellar first season.
Looking to repeat her Season One efforts | Cam Wheeler
Julie Rydahl and sky blues teammate Cathrin Paaske have been instrumental in their sides great showing this season.
Since her debut for the Danish National Team in 2001, the midfielder has racked up 50 international matches including being part of the Danish squad who reached the semi finals of Euro 2001.
Rydahl as won six straight Danish championships with Brøndby IF and Sydney will be hoping some of that luck rubs off on them.