Rebekah Stott is one of a number of Australia and New Zealand internationals to make the move to Europe recently.
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Matildas veteran Lydia Williams and young gun Indiah-Paige Riley talk to ESPN about the growing number of players choosing Europe over Australia.
Part 3 of ESPN's Next Steps series assesses if the W-League's wisest option is to remain what it has been for a long time: a development league.
Part 2 of ESPN's series on the future of Australian women's football assesses possibility of the W-League becoming a standalone, competitive league.
ESPN presents a three-part series taking a closer look at the options proposed by the PFA regarding the future of Australian women's football.
Australia risks becoming a "third or fourth" option for its pro women footballers as European leagues continue to lure talent, a report has found.
Australia international Ellie Carpenter has agreed to join European women's champions Lyon from the Portland Thorns, the French club have confirmed.
Milica Mijatovic's plan was simple: Win the W-League Grand Final on Saturday, then fly home to Serbia on Sunday. But things didn't go to plan.
Bushfires, star imports, emerging talents and global pandemics: Samantha Lewis recaps a W-League season that will live long in the memory.
Steph Catley's goal, plus some fine saves from Lydia Williams, saw Melbourne City climb back to the summit of Australian women's football.
Steph Catley's goal inthe 15th minute was enough for Melbourne City to secure the W-League championship, capping off an unbeaten season down under.
Sydney FC W-League skipper Teresa Polias admits it's been more difficult than usual to focus on what will be her sixth appearance in a Grand Final.
The W-League semifinals saw Sydney FC and Melbourne City qualify for the big party. But spare a thought for Melbourne Victory's Natasha Dowie.
Melbourne City have scored a thumping 5-1 win over Western Sydney to set-up a heavyweight W-League Grand Final meeting with Sydney FC.
If success comes at the expense of development, is the W-League doing its job?
Melbourne City wrapped up their second W-League premiership with a one-sided 4-0 win over an under-strength Western Sydney Wanderers.
With just two rounds remaining, Melbourne City continue to stroll towards glory, while Western Sydney and Brisbane limp towards the finish line.