Broadcasters have not been getting "bang for their buck" from Australian football in recent years, former Socceroos defender Craig Moore has said.
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Tucked away in a lonely corner of Melbourne stands a statue of a Real Madrid legend. Here is the forgotten story of Ferenc Puskas in Australia.
Australia's top former players have called for the national governing body to use the coronavirus shutdown for a reset of the domestic game.
Mathew Leckie says European clubs "hate" their Australian players making the long trip home to represent their country.
Mark Viduka is among four former Socceroos captains appointed to a high-powered think tank charged with discussing football's future in Australia.
A year on from leading the campaign to free Hakeem al-Araibi, Craig Foster is now helping communities left vulnerable by the coronavirus pandemic.
Ex-Australia manager Ange Postecoglou has urged the game's bosses to put football first when the A-League resumes.
Alen Stajcic says there has never been a more important time for Australia's football leaders to come up with a plan that everyone can support.
James Johnson has expressed his regret over the exit of Rob Sherman as FFA technical director, saying that the Welshman left the post "too early."
Player development in the midst of a pandemic? Graham Arnold, James Johnson and Phil Moss talk to ESPN about the future of Australian football.
There has been a spike in anxiety and depression among professional football players during the COVID-19 crisis, a study has found.
Amy Harrison is the latest Matilda to make a switch to Europe, joining PSV on a one-year deal she hopes will help reboot her international career.
Australia's bushfire appeal football match has been rescheduled and relocated amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Eleven years after leaving the game without so much as a goodbye, former Leeds star Mark Viduka sits down with ESPN for an exclusive interview.
Mark Viduka has broken a 13-year silence on Australia's poor showing at the 2007 Asian Cup, blaming Lucas Neill for the Socceroos' early exit.
Several key Olyroos are set to benefit from a FIFA recommendation to maintain the original age eligibility dates for men's soccer at the Olympics.
The FFA has laid off 70 percent of its staff as it battles to remain solvent during a national shutdown to contain the coronavirus.
FFA hope Tokyo's rescheduled 2021 Olympics features a revised under-24 men's tournament to ensure a swathe of Olyroos get a chance to compete.