Football Federation Australia insists its rebranding won't cost a cent as it prepares for a loss of $7.3 million for the 2020-21 financial year.
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Harry Kewell's recent good run in charge of Oldham Athletic hasn't gone unnoticed with the Australian named League Two manager of the week.
The votes have been cast and we have our winners -- who is the GOAT for the 13 key national teams? Here are the results!
Australia's under-23s conceded three early goals against Sydney FC but showed glimpses of what they are capable of in a 3-0 defeat.
Nathaniel Atkinson, Lachie Wales and Brandon Wilson have been named in the Olyroos squad, marking the end of their exile from international duties.
The A-League and W-League seasons are drawing ever closer but, unfortunately, one of the ugly sides of the game came under the spotlight this week.
Less than two months out from Macarthur FC's inaugural A-League season, coach Ante Milicic is confident the newcomers can compete.
Macarthur FC are finally up and running, while the numbers show an uptick in U21 opportunities and Wellington will have to relocate.
Europe's worsening coronavirus situation has forced FFA to scrap plans for the Socceroos and Matildas to play friendly matches on the continent.
Coaching drama, again, was the big story in Australia this week -- albeit one that didn't end with the Socceroos left at the altar like the Jets.
Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has turned down an offer from K-League powerhouse FC Seoul.
Socceroos coach Graham Arnold may quit the national team as soon as this week with a Korean club lining him up as their new boss.
FFA has flagged major changes in football's grassroots after research found a worrying a lack of minutes for young players and an aging A-League.
Socceroos goalkeeper Mat Ryan and Matildas left-back Steph Catley have been named the PFA's footballers of the year.
There is a sense of hope with the Matildas' hiring of Tony Gustavsson, which also brings some stability to the post ahead of some big tournaments.
When even the launch of a new kit sparks controversy, you know it's been a spicy week in Australian football. Here's the latest wrap from Australia.
There's enough drama and subterfuge going on at FFA, APFCA and PFA right now to fill a novel. It must be time for another Australian football wrap!
Brendan Schwab has stepped down as chair of the Professional Footballers Australia players' union, with Francis Awaritefe replacing him in the role.
Western United's Alessandro Diamanti was crowned A-League Player of the Year after an impressive debut campaign.
Socceroos midfielder Dimi Petratos has signed with Saudi Pro League club Al-Wehda.
The A-League season is over, but the action behind the scenes is heating up! Joey Lynch caps off yet another tumultuous week in Australian football.
The Socceroos midfielder made 32 appearances for the Seagulls last season after signing a 3 1/2-year deal in January.
FFA CEO James Johnson joins ESPN to discuss the white whale of Australian football: The introduction of a national second division.
Australia's newly installed interim TD Trevor Morgan will not face the same barriers his predecessor did, FFA CEO James Johnson has assured ESPN.