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South-east Melbourne supporters kick-off A-League bid

Excitement is brewing for soccer fans in south-east Melbourne as the region’s bid for national soccer teams was signed and celebrated yesterday in Dandenong.

The mayors of Cardinia Shire, City of Casey and Greater Dandenong signed a Memorandum of Understanding at Harmony Square yesterday afternoon, officially declaring their joint bid. 442 more words

Tungsten (W)

Seatoun 0
Wellington United 2

Capital Football W League
Saturday 08 April 2017
Seatoun Park.

Words by Phil Clayton.
Photographs (and their captions) of this match by Michael Welsh (Dr yomcat shoots). 690 more words

Wellington United

The plan, Stan

New Zealand Football have released a new plan for the next three years’ worth of national competitions and there is something quite remarkable about it – I agree with almost every word! 660 more words

NZ Men's National League

Women's Soccer Leagues

I woke up this morning whining over the fact that the NWSL season was soooooo far away, and how terrible it was that my beloved Portland Thorns lost to…let me cool down for a second…The Western NY Flash.While I continued my internal rant on how Portland should have beat the Flash, and crunched on my avocado toast, it suddenly hit me. 1,148 more words


Sydney FC have today re-signed midfielder Amy Harrison for the remainder of the W-League season as she reaches full fitness from an ACL injury suffered last season. 338 more words


Sydney FC has played out its first draw of the Westfield W-League season, with an underwhelming performance against reigning W-League Champions Melbourne City. 298 more words


Kahlia Hogg Returns To Canberra United

Recent Colorado graduate and 2013 NCAA Tournament runner-up Kahlia Hogg has signed for W-League club Canberra United for the remainder of the 2016/17 season, returning to the club with which the fullback rose to prominence before making the move to college, and will be available for selection immediately. 524 more words

Kahlia Hogg