1. Clubs are taking ownership of themselves

The FFA is no longer in total control of the W-League, with a new body taking over the top tiers in Australia.

This means that clubs will have more say in their own decisions, leading to greater growth of the game and higher fan engagement.

The aim is to significantly improve the commercial investment and marketing across the league, ultimately improving the quality of players and the competitiveness of the W-League.

The 2019/20 season will be the first time we see the new deal in action, so thereโ€™s plenty to look forward to!

With the draw coming out any day now and only weeks until Round 1 kicks off, the 2019/20 season of the W-League will be one you definitely don't want to miss!