2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
1st in Australian W-League
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53dSamantha Lewis

Brighton sign Stott from Melbourne City

Rebekah Stott is one of a number of Australia and New Zealand internationals to make the move to Europe recently.

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Ellie Carpenter joins European powerhouse Lyon

Australia international Ellie Carpenter has agreed to join European women's champions Lyon from the Portland Thorns, the French club have confirmed.

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Catley leads City to W-League glory

Steph Catley's goal inthe 15th minute was enough for Melbourne City to secure the W-League championship, capping off an unbeaten season down under.

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Sydney FC staying 'focused' on closed-door finale

Sydney FC W-League skipper Teresa Polias admits it's been more difficult than usual to focus on what will be her sixth appearance in a Grand Final.

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Melbourne win second W-League Premiership

Melbourne City wrapped up their second W-League premiership with a one-sided 4-0 win over an under-strength Western Sydney Wanderers.

RankingsAustralian W-League

Goal Difference281st
Goals Scored331st
Goals Conceded51st