Where to next for Cortnee Vine? (1:42)
The winning culture of Sydney FC (1:59)
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18dJoey Lynch

A-League Women finalists call for more funding

Matildas attacker Cortnee Vine was among those at AAMI Park calling for increased investment to ensure that this season's historic gains are not wasted.

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19dJoey Lynch

Vine admits ALW future remains uncertain

With a second-consecutive A-League Women title secured and overseas clubs looming, Matildas and Sydney FC attacker Cortnee Vine admits she is uncertain of her future.

Why Sydney FC's seventh straight Grand Final is so different (1:48)
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30dMarissa Lordanic

Rare TV appearance for ALW a reminder of inequality

A rare return to a TV spot, and all its associated perks, for the A-League Women has provided a reminder that while this season has been one of tremendous growth, there is still some catching up to do.

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Fraser joins Utah for A-League Women record fee

Wellington Phoenix midfielder Macey Fraser has joined NWSL club the Utah Royals for what the New Zealand club believe is a record A-League Women transfer fee.

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38dMarissa Lordanic

You need X-factor to win A-League Women's finals

The first week of A-League Women's finals did not disappoint, with Casey Dumont, Melina Ayres and Sarina Bolden all showing their star quality.

How did Whyman escape red card for kick on Chidiac? (1:28)
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A-League risks TV blackout amid production crisis

The A-League is hoping to recuperate close to $1 million from broadcast production partner Global Advance, which has gone into administration and sent the competition scrambling to find a last-minute replacement.

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58dJoey Lynch

A-League commits: We're a development league

The A-League's pivot towards a "football focus" will bolster the competition's status as a breeding ground for players, according to APL commissioner Nick Garcia.

TFP: Which two teams claim last ALW finals spots? (2:53)
Have Glory or Phoenix been more disappointing this season? (1:59)
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64dJoey Lynch

A-League wants Canberra answer in '2-3 weeks'

Nick Garcia says talks to sell a licence for a Canberra franchise remain ongoing, but the A-League will need surety over its status "one way or the other, in the next two to three weeks."

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65dJoey Lynch

A-League can't guarantee Jets, Canberra futures

The future of the Newcastle Jets and Canberra United beyond this season lies in the hands of their current owners, with the A-League no longer in a position to prop up struggling clubs.

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72dJoey Lynch

Backing or alienating fans: The A-League's balancing act

The A-League needs to work with and chase the Australian mainstream. Yet it cannot appeal to that audience without its core fanbase providing the point of difference football holds.

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78dJoey Lynch

A-League stars unite to support cancer research

For Melby City duo James Jeggo and Rebekah Stott, both blood cancer survivors, the message that a cancer diagnosis doesn't have to define your life is one close to their hearts.