Kim looking to follow in mentor Ko's footsteps
Korea’s Minsol Kim made a great start towards making it a Korean double in two weeks in Singapore when she grabbed the honours at the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific (WAAP) championship overnight, which she opened with a five-under-par 67 at Singapore Island Country Club.
10 Mar 2023
'Completely devastated': Matildas star out of World Cup after another devastating injury
Melbourne Victory have announced midfielder Elise Kellond-Knight has ruptured an Achilles tendon, ending her A-League Women season.
'She's still the best number nine in Australia': Ex-Matilda in best form of career before World Cup
Canberra United have made it four straight A-League Women victories, but it didn't come easily in a 4-2 win against Adelaide United.
The W-League still has world class stars, Australians just don’t know them yet
The 100th year of women’s football presents a great opportunity for the women’s game to make its mark in Australia.
OP-ED: 'Transfer fees and W-League growth are FFA's key principles'
The current situation Australian football finds itself in may be a blessing in disguise. While financial uncertainty is never a good thing, a chance to re-assess and build towards a realistic business model is an opportunity FFA should grab with both hands.
Harriet Burbidge-Smith wins Crankworx Speed and Style!
Speed and Style took over the Crankworx venue for Thursday, and the local crowd in Cairns had a lot to cheer about.
Re-live the trailblazing ParaMatildas' World Cup final
The ParaMatildas faced the United States on Wednesday in the inaugural IFCPF Women's World Cup Final. They finished the competition as silver medalists.
Watch: Hapless Football Fern scores a hat-trick of own goals
An own goal is most player's worst nightmare. In New Zealand's She Believes Cup match against the US this week, one that saw several A-League players hit the field, Ferns Meikayla Moore scored an unfortunate hat-trick of own goals.
Watch: Kiwi sporting icons' messages to A-League's Stott for her Ferns comeback
The return of Rebekah Stott to the New Zealand international fold for the A-League Melbourne City player will be a welcome one for the Football Ferns. Stott has not played internationally since being diagnosed with Stage 3 Hogkin's Lymphoma a year ago.