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Champions leave Sydney with 0-2 to start Season

Canberra United Ladies 3 (Nicole Begg 9 Veronica Perez 58 Caitlin Munoz 68) def. Sydney FC Ladies 0
The review of Sydney FC’s second round fixture against reigning W-League Champions Canberra United doesn’t make for a good read. 658 more words


Wikeley to make W-League refereeing debut

Tasmanian referee Sarah Wikeley will officiate her first W-League match in October, with the talented referee appointed to a round two match in the national Women’s football competition. 285 more words

Women's Football

Sky Blues Win in Wet and Windy Wollongong

Illawarra Stingrays 1 (Baker 14)
Sydney FC Women 3 (Harrison 28, Khamis 58, Kennedy 70)
Attendance: 1490

Sydney FC’s W-League side had their first hitout last night against Illawarra Stingrays. 859 more words


Cove, competition, cubs & cookies

Hi *says sheepishly*

I am shocked and horrified at my own behaviour. I have been negligent in my duties and betrayed my calling. I humbly apologise. 1,149 more words

Sydney FC

Shhhhh. Sydney's sleeping

Hi *whispered*.

Despite an early start, an early meeting and a cloudy sky, everything seems to be running smoothly and quietly. It is amazing what an undisturbed night’s sleep will do for you. 998 more words

Sydney FC

W-League Squad Announced

Sydney FC has announced its W-League squad for the upcoming 2015-16 season. This season’s squad is highlighted by six Matildas joining the side, while space still remains for additional players to be signed. 428 more words


The Daily Drool: 2015 WWC Group F: Mexico's Greta Espinoza

Defender Greta currently plays for the Arizona Strikers FC of the W-League. She has represented Mexico at the U17, U20 and senior levels. 29 more words

The Daily Drool