Western Sydney Wanderers have snapped a two-game losing streak after defeating Western United 1-0 in Ballarat.
Taking the fight to trolls; wobbly Wanderers; five A-League youngsters taking their chances; and much more. ESPN's Australian football wrap is back.
Max Burgess has likely played his last game for WU, with club granting his request to return home to see out the remainder of his contract.
Victor Sanchez was the hero with a 95th-minute winner to secure a dramatic 4-3 win for 10-man Western United over A-League rivals Melbourne Victory.
Australia's football ecosystem is set to fully awaken, City find their speed, referees under fire again... it's the wrap.
Iker Guarrotxena was right at home as he led Western United to a statement 4-1 victory over A-League newcomers Macarthur FC.
Why are the Mariners performing so well? And what do Australia's member federations think of the proposed second division? Here's the wrap.
Melbourne Victory aren't alone in their early-season wobbles. Meanwhile, there's reason for optimism at Newcastle Jets. Here's the A-League wrap.
Central Coast are setting themselves up as the A-League's comeback kings after chalking up a successive 3-2 win-from-behind against Western United.
Western United coach Mark Rudan says his team was "robbed" after having two goals ruled out for offside.
The Mariners are top of the A-League table after almost half a decade in the wilderness, and credit must go to the whole club for a job well done.
The GMHBA Stadium was the scene of a chaotic A-League classic with Steven Lustica the hero as Western United overcame Perth Glory in a 5-4 goalfest.
Jamie Maclaren once again proved Western United's bogeyman, scoring a late winner to help Melbourne City beat their A-League neighbours 2-1.
Few matches in Australian sport can match the rivalry that has been built between Sydney FC and the Western Sydney Wanderers.
With the "unbundling" of the A-League and W-League from Football Australia official, it's time for those who promised so much to start to deliver.
The A-League's makeshift season opener delivered plenty of action but no goals as Western United and Adelaide United settled for a 0-0 draw.
Ahead of the 2020-21 season, the leaders of each A- and W-League team sat down with ESPN to discuss the culture of Australia's top-flight clubs.
After an offseason of twists and turns, the A-League is finally set to return on Dec. 27. Here's all you need to know ahead of the 2020-21 campaign.
After 12 months like no other, the A-League returns this week. And while it may be crazy, chaotic and in flux, it's ours, writes Joey Lynch.
With 10 days until football returns, Joey Lynch looks at the race to be Mat Ryan's successor, the A-League "launch" and Sydney FC's forward line.
For too long, some of the A-League's loudest and most passionate advocates have been alienated from the game. Season 16, however, offers a new hope.
As the debate over the future of Australian football rages, the PFA has made its stance on one battlefront clear: Scrap the A-League salary cap.
Western United have bolstered their midfield stocks by signing former La Liga midfielder Victor Sanchez for the next two A-League seasons.
Melbourne City and Melbourne Victory accused of blocking Western United's COVID-enforced push to use AAMI Park as a home venue for A-League season.
|Central Coast Mariners||10||7||0||3||+7||21|
|Western Sydney Wanderers||11||4||4||3||+1||16|
|Melbourne City FC||9||5||0||4||+5||15|
|Wellington Phoenix FC||10||3||2||5||-1||11|