Australia's premier women's football competition kicks off its 14th edition this week with a new name, new logo, new broadcaster, and one new team.
After an offseason of twists and turns, the ALW is finally set to return on Friday. Here's all you need to know ahead of the 2021-22 campaign.
ESPN can reveal that Western United and Wellington Phoenix loom as favourites for inclusion in a potential 11-team W-League for the 2021-22 season.
With the APL floating the idea of a Club Championship, ESPN has done the math to figure out which club would reign supreme if such a trophy existed.
Which young W-League players staked their claim this season for Matildas consideration and, possibly, a spot on Australia's historic 2023 roster?
Sunday's Grand Final win wasn't just for Melbourne, it was a triumph for every woman that has invested their heart and soul into the W-League.
Kyra Cooney-Cross scored the winner in the final seconds of extra time as Melbourne Victory beat Sydney FC 1-0 in the Grand Final.
As the 13th W-League season draws to a close, ESPN's Steph Brantz runs the rule over the players who have entertained and excited fans this season.
The W-League semis boiled down to experience as veterans Lisa De Vanna and Teresa Polias inspired Victory and Sydney to Grand Final berths.
Sydney FC rallied after a slow start to qualify for a fourth-straight W-League grand final with a 3-0 semifinal win over Canberra United.
A goal in each half saw Sydney FC beat Melbourne Victory to secure the W-League premiership in a winner-takes-all contest at Cromer Park.
Love is at the core of what the W-League is all about -- that's why Rhali Dobson's send-off was so special. PLUS: Will Victory "do a Bradbury"?
Adelaide smashed the W-League attendance record on Sunday, proving -- unequivocally -- the untapped potential of the women's game in Australia.
A decade after they announced themselves as bonafide stars, Michelle Heyman and Emily Gielnik are once again locked in an epic battle.
Few fans knew what to expect of the A-League and W-League heading into 2021. Fair to say, however, that one of the greatest seasons ever was not it.
Move over Rocky. This W-League season has all the hallmarks of a cinematic classic, with a set of underdogs ready to upset the establishment.
Sydney FC defender Ellie Brush has been ruled out for the rest of the W-League season after rupturing her ACL.
Teigan Collister and Hana Lowry both shone for their respective clubs, but it was off-field issues that once again blighted the W-League weekend.
Sydney FC stalwart Teresa Polias is in such good form that an Olympics call-up surely beckons. PLUS: Larissa Crummer's emotional return from injury.
Just when Sydney looked certain to become Premiers, Brisbane reminded everyone of their class. As always, it's brilliantly chaotic in the W-League.
Matildas stars Tameka Yallop and Clare Polkinghorne both scored as Brisbane Roar ended Sydney's perfect W-League start in emphatic fashion.
Katrina Gorry has delivered exactly the kind of good-news story W-League fans have been craving, while the word "dynasty" feels right for Sydney FC.
Catherine Zimmerman was brilliant but, once again, it was off-field drama - the infamous "Tuba Guy" incident - that dominated the W-League weekend.
The Roar trounced Victory, but the main takeaway from the W-League weekend was simple: Football doesn't exist in a cultural or political vacuum.
The W-League has spent years fostering a safe, inclusive atmosphere. So what needs to be said about those losers that marred the Melbourne Derby?