2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
1-0-0, 1st in Australian A-League Women
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3dStephanie Brantz

A-League Women set for season of firsts

Australia's premier women's football competition kicks off its 14th edition this week with a new name, new logo, new broadcaster, and one new team.

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3dJoey Lynch and Marissa Lordanic

A-League Women club-by-club guide

After an offseason of twists and turns, the ALW is finally set to return on Friday. Here's all you need to know ahead of the 2021-22 campaign.

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152dStephanie Brantz and Joey Lynch

Exclusive: How the W-League will look next season

ESPN can reveal that Western United and Wellington Phoenix loom as favourites for inclusion in a potential 11-team W-League for the 2021-22 season.

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240dStephanie Brantz

ESPN's W-League Team of the Season

As the 13th W-League season draws to a close, ESPN's Steph Brantz runs the rule over the players who have entertained and excited fans this season.

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244dAAP

Sydney FC to meet Victory in W-L decider

Sydney FC rallied after a slow start to qualify for a fourth-straight W-League grand final with a 3-0 semifinal win over Canberra United.

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249dAAP

Sydney FC claim W-League premiership

A goal in each half saw Sydney FC beat Melbourne Victory to secure the W-League premiership in a winner-takes-all contest at Cromer Park.

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286dSamantha Lewis

Polias' form turning into a Matildas headache

Sydney FC stalwart Teresa Polias is in such good form that an Olympics call-up surely beckons. PLUS: Larissa Crummer's emotional return from injury.

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294dAAP

W-League: In-form Roar end Sydney's run

Matildas stars Tameka Yallop and Clare Polkinghorne both scored as Brisbane Roar ended Sydney's perfect W-League start in emphatic fashion.