Few matches in Australian sport can match the rivalry that has been built between Sydney FC and the Western Sydney Wanderers.
Sunday's A-League game between Brisbane Roar and Melbourne Victory has been postponed due to a government lockdown.
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.
Brisbane Roar spoiled Melbourne Victory's homecoming party and snared their first points of the A-League season with a feisty 3-1 win at AAMI Park.
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.
The A-League has been forced into a major fixture reshuffle following a COVID-19 outbreak in Sydney.
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.
Robbie Kruse has revealed his frustration after six years of injury setbacks as he aims to restore Melbourne Victory's battered A-League reputation.
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.
Beijing Guoan FC's lone goal held up against FC Tokyo as Melbourne Victory will rue their missed chances to advance against Ulsan.
Bjorn Maars Johnsen grabbed a double and Won Du-Jae was also on target as Ulsan Hyundai beat Melbourne Victory in the AFC Champions League.
Beijing Guoan FC and FC Tokyo highlight the first 2020 AFC Champions League Round of 16 matches on December 6.
Melbourne's 2-1 win over FC Seoul puts the Victory into the AFC Champions League's knockout stages for the first time since 2016.
Melbourne Victory are into the round of 16 at the Asian Champions League after beating FC Seoul 2-1 in a thrilling contest.
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.
Melbourne will face FC Seoul for the group's final spot in the Round of 16 as Chiangrai's first Champs League campaign winds down.
Melbourne Victory have their AFC Champions League fate in their owns hands despite a 2-2 draw with Chiangrai United.
Brazilian forward Bill scored twice as Chiangrai United sunk South Korea's FC Seoul 2-1 Friday for their first-ever AFC Champions League win.
Melbourne Victory's hopes of getting past the Asian Champions League group stage are hanging by a thread after suffering a 2-0 loss to Beijing FC.
Australian clubs need to ask: "Are we good enough to win in Asia? Or just the A-League?" Joey Lynch tackles the hard questions in this week's wrap.
Former Premier League striker Rudy Gestede has completed a deal to join Melbourne Victory.
Chiangrai United faced a rude awakening as they ran up against FC Seoul while Shanghai Shenhua's wholesale line change led to a slim win over Tokyo.