Western Melbourne Group knows it has to hit the ground running in its debut season, and it wants to harness local support and make a splash with a prominent signing.
A-League coaches say it is "immature" for referees to protest their treatment this weekend by covering up the word 'respect' on their shirts.
The West Melbourne Group is admant that its funding model for a new stadium will set a new template for how sports bodies fund infrastructure in this country
Is Canberra a contender or being fed more sweet FFA?
Steve Corica could make three changes to his starting lineup for Saturday's derby in response to his team's inconsistent performances of late.
If it wasn't for the differing fortunes of Oriol Riera and Adam Le Fondre, the positions of Wanderers and Sydney FC reversed.
Wanderers owner Paul Lederer, the new head of the A-League clubs' association, believes promotion and relegation is feasible within the next 10 years.
Melbourne City will continue their search for an A-League scoring formula without Bruno Fornaroli when they travel to Adelaide this weekend.
Chelsea have condemned supporters who were heard singing an anti-Semitic chant in Hungary, just days after four fans were suspended for abusing Raheem Sterling.
Rangers' dreams of reaching the Europa League last 32 were extinguished as they failed to get the victory they needed to edge out Rapid Vienna.
The news that Melbourne’s west would play home to a club in Australia’s national competition for the first time since the days of the Melbourne Knights was met with joy and optimism.
Football Federation Australia is set to land $32 million in A-League licences but resisted the urge to pocket $40m by selecting higher bidders.
Brisbane City are among the frontrunners to become the A-League's 13th or 14th team, having submitted a fresh expansion bid to the FFA board.
Both Team 11 and South Melbourne are keen to continue the battle to win an A-League spot
Newcomers Macarthur South-West Sydney are lining up former Socceroos assistant Ante Milicic as their inaugural A-League coach.
Whenever you have winners, you also have losers. The battle for A-League expansion was no different.
The Western Melbourne Group have been granted an A-League licence without a formal agreement in place to play games at GMHBA Stadium while their proposed new stadium at Tarneit is being built.
The FFA broke Canberra hearts on Thursday. Again. So almost 10 years after the first snub, should Canberra fans believe the FFA after another promise?
Western Sydney Wanderers are sweating on the fitness of Patrick Ziegler for Saturday night's derby against Sydney FC
Western Melbourne Group - to the suprise of some but not themselves - have won the race for the new Victorian A-League licence and will kick off next season.
The bad news is Canberra's A-League bid has missed out on an expansion licence. The good news is they're next in line, if you believe the FFA.
Melbourne Victory boss Kevin Muscat believes that his impressive squad has more flexibility and variation than any of the others he has coached.
Canberra was one of six bids competing for the two expansion licences, with a decision made at the FFA board meeting on Wednesday.
CSKA Moscow secured a superb 3-0 win away to the already-qualified Real Madrid in the Champions League but were still pipped to a Europa League spot.
A-League expansion will begin next season with Western Melbourne set to enter the competition and South West Sydney to follow a year later.
Australia's fears have been confirmed with Premier League standout Aaron Mooy forced to miss the looming Asian Cup with a torn medial ligament.
Socceroo Trent Sainsbury featured as the Dutch side helped Tottenham dump the Italian giants out of the competition.
With Bruno Fornaroli on the sidelines young attacking player Lachlan Wales is taking his chances as City reshape its frontline
The A-League's new teams will be announced on Thursday with stakeholders in the sport holding out high hopes.
The FFA board has delayed a decision on A-League expansion, giving Canberra officials a nervous wait for a Thursday press conference.