Boob Armour a necessity in player safety
The safety and wellbeing of athletes is priority number one in modern day sports. The research into head trauma and concussion has changed the sporting landscape dramatically in recent years. Now Boob Armour founder Suzie Betts wants to add breast protection to the list of player safety requirements.
17 Sep 2020
Why Sydney's academy is already producing world-class talent at five-years old
While the demise of the Socceroos' golden generation is plastered across every news headline, Sydney FC's A-League academy are quietly crafting prodigies to replace them. But they're also looking towards the W-League and Matildas as well...
17 Sep 2020
Australia bid to host more Asian Cup qualifiers
FFA have launched a bid to host another set of U/20 Asian Cup qualification matches, this time in the regional Victorian town of Shepparton.
New Zealand makes audacious ploy to snatch Matildas prodigy
Former Matildas coach Tom Sermanni is openly trying to woo Indiah-Paige Riley's national allegiance for his current New Zealand Football Ferns.
100 years since the illegal 'brilliant' first women's football match
While there is evidence of women playing organised football in NSW as early as 1909, on 24 September 1921 the first official publicised women's football match in Australia was played at the Gabba between the North Brisbane Reds and the South Brisbane Blues.
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.
The silver lining in the Red & Black cloud
Fans of the Western Sydney Wanderers should be the proudest in the league.
The 20 best (and worst) Caitlin Foord photos ever
Today we're trawling through our archives to find the greatest Caitlin Foord photos of all time.
WATCH! Live stream of FIFA's Women's World Cup announcement
As soon as the FIFA press conference to announce the 2023 Women's World Cup hosts begins, you can watch it live on FIFA's YouTube channel by following the link below.
Exclusive interview with trick-shot queen Tania Tare
Tania Tare is one of the world's most recognisable trick-shot artists and has amassed over 300,000 followers across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Here, the New Zealander discusses her process, her injuries, the state of the women's game and her aspirations to join the LPGA Tour.