Soccer (Football)
 Luongo bouncing back after slow QPR start
Socceroos midfielder Massimo Luongo says he's getting back to his best form after a slow start to the season for both him and QPR.
 Roar move on from Mathieu Flamini pursuit
Brisbane Roar are set to sign Spanish midfielder Alex Lopez after moving on from their courtship of former Arsenal favourite Mathieu Flamini.
 Panel to lead hunt for FFA technical boss
Former Matilda Rae Dower, former Socceroo Tony Vidmar and PFA chief John Didulica will lead the hunt for a new national technical director at FFA.
 Bolt trial Mariners' recruitment drive
Central Coast Mariners CEO Shaun Mielekamp says the Usain Bolt experiment has played an indirect role in the A-League club's off-season transfer activity.
 Corica hails Sky Blues' FFA Cup resilience
Avondale FC have put up stern resistance in their FFA Cup quarter final but they couldn't go with Sydney FC in extra-time, losing 4-2.
 Avondale push Sydney FC all the way
A Sydney derby looms large in the late stages of the FFA Cup after Sydney FC and Western Sydney scored contrasting wins in their quarter finals.
 Martins rejects Phoenix marquee offer
Accomplished Ghana striker Obafemi Martins has rejected an offer from the Wellington Phoenix to play in the A-League.
 Sydney set to fire big guns at cup minnows
Underdogs Avondale FC may have to contend with Sydney's two former English Premier League players in Wednesday's FFA Cup quarter-final.
 Ambitious Avondale's rise up the ranks
Avondale FC were plodding around in Victorian soccer's sixth tier not long ago. Now they're one of Australia's most enterprising clubs outside the A-League.
 Good A-League return for second City stint
Curtis Good has signed for Melbourne City on a one-year deal, six years after leaving the club for the English Premier League as a promising teenager.
 De Laet wants career kickstart in A-League
English Premier League winner Ritchie de Laet has moved to the A-League to reignite his career after being frozen out at Aston Villa.
 Socceroos to face Kuwait in October
The Socceroos will head to the Middle East play a friendly against Kuwait, as new coach Graham Arnold looks to build on the work done at their camp in Turkey.
 Wanderers' Risdon open to overseas move
Western Sydney Wanderers' Socceroos defender Josh Risdon says he will consider playing abroad if he gets the right opportunity.
 A-League to trial party-starters for fans
Music during goal kicks and corners at matches and even controlled use of flairs will be on trial during the A-League season's first month to attract fans.
 FFA governance changes "flawed": Sport Aus
Sport Australia has outlined their reasons for opposing proposed governance changes at Football Federation Australia which have been backed by FIFA.
 Melbourne City sign de Laet as marquee
Belgian defender Ritchie de Laet has taken up a season-long loan at A-League club Melbourne City, becoming the club's second marquee.
 Newcastle Jets sign Mitch Austin
A-League player Mitch Austin will make his return from injury for the Newcastle Jets after leaving Melbourne Victory.
 Phoenix want Obafemi Martins as marquee
Former Inter Milan and Newcastle forward Obafemi Martins is in talks with Wellington Phoenix over an A-League marquee deal.
 Toivonen revels in World Cup memories
Ola Toivonen says his goal against Germany at the World Cup was a "childhood dream" but not his favourite memory of the 2018 tournament.
 City alumni helps Victory land Toivonen
Swedish striker Ola Toivonen has credited Melbourne's lifestyle as a big factor bringing him to sign a deal with A-League champions Melbourne Victory.