Canberra United coach Rae Dower believes the tide is finally turning for Australia's professional female athletes.
Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club have today suspended the membership of 14 individuals from the Red & Black Bloc (RBB) active supporter group following their role in the display of an unauthorised banner at the match on Saturday night at ANZ Stadium.
Richard Shute Arsenal forward Theo Walcott may have scored his 100th goal for the club as Arsene Wenger's side notched up a 2-0 win at Sutton United in the FA Cup, but there was a bigger hero on the night, as the home side's reserve goalkeeper stole the show - without stepping foot on the pitch.
Dominic Bossi Three days after their derby win, Wanderers were sent crashing down to earth after being thumped in the Asian Champions League.
Andrew Webster The sexually explicit banner displayed at the Sydney derby must be the final, final, final straw.
Michael Lynch It might be thought that an Australian goalkeeper who is still in his late 20s with two German League titles and a German Cup to his name might have played more than six times for his country.
Michael Lynch The Australian soccer players union on Tuesday unveiled a pathway for development of womens soccer which targets a minimum earnings package of $60,000 a year for the top 60 players in the W-League.
Michael Lynch Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat settling into his seat at AAMI Park and barracking for Melbourne City?
Michael Lynch Women's soccer is set to receive a major boost on Tuesday when the players' union releases a roadmap that envisages the top sixty players in the competition being paid a minimum of $60,000 a year.
Michael Cockerill Since Englishman Mike Charlesworth took over four years ago, the "little club that could" has slid dangerously close to the abyss.
University students at Charles Sturt University campuses start their year with Orientation Week