• FFA wins club v country stoush Australia will send a full-strength side to the under-23 Asian Championships next month after a tribunal found in favour of FFA's right to select key A-League players for its national teams. Dec 29
  • FFA wins Olyroos arbitration Australia will send a full-strength side to the under-23 Asian soccer championships next month after an arbitration found in favour of FFA's right to select whichever players it wishes for the national team. Dec 29
  • Game-starved Maclaren open to loan deal A report linking fringe Socceroos striker Jamie Maclaren with a move to Scottish Premier League side Hearts is premature, his agent says. Dec 21
  • Australian or not, hire the best man: Ange The next Socceroos coach does not have to be an Australian - just the right person for the job, says former boss Ange Postecoglou. Dec 21
  • Cheap shots tried to undermine me: Ange Former Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou has taken a parting swipe at critics he says had used "cheap shots" to undermine him and the national team. Dec 21
  • Matildas tee up next opponents The Matildas' bid to stretch their record-winning streak into uncharted territory will come in February at the Algarve Cup. Dec 18
  • Mooy bags a brace as Terriers beat Watford Socceroos star Aaron Mooy has inspired Huddersfield to a stunning EPL win over in-form Watford, scoring two goals in a 4-1 victory at Vicarage Road. Dec 16
  • Matildas go to fourth in world soccer The Matildas' ascent follows a seven-match winning run including victories over Brazil, China, Japan, and the world No.1-ranked United States. Dec 15
  • Arnold dismisses report of Socceroos offer Graham Arnold has shut down a report he's been offered the Socceroos job and reiterated he's heard nothing from Football Federation Australia. Dec 13
  • Scolari linked to Socceroos coaching job Football Federation Australia says it is yet to approach any Socceroos coaching candidates, after World Cup-winning coach Luiz Felipe Scolari stated he was sounded out about the vacant position. Dec 12
  • In-form Meredith targets Socceroos recall Millwall defender James Meredith has been proving people wrong since he was 17 and is desperate to do so again and make it to the World Cup. Dec 12
  • Socceroos coach must be Aussie: Merrick The Socceroos post must go to an Australian like Graham Arnold or Tony Popovic, long-time A-league coach Ernie Merrick has declared. Dec 12
  • Matildas embrace 'tough' Asian Cup foes The Matildas are already Asian Cup favourites but coach Alen Stajcic is expecting "no easy moments" after drawing reigning champions Japan. Dec 9
  • Matildas dealt Japan in Asian Cup draw The Matildas have been drawn with Japan, Korea and Vietnam for next year's Women's Asian Cup in Jordan. Dec 9
  • Arnold lays out blueprint for WC success Graham Arnold hasn't been approached about the vacant Socceroos job and and probably won't apply if he isn't. Dec 8
  • Coaches, supporters seeking voice at FFA Coaches and fans could be the next stakeholders given a seat at an expanded Football Federation Australia congress table as FIFA prepares to wade into the sport's governance gridlock. Dec 7
  • Socceroos derby not must-win for Terriers Huddersfield Town's Aaron Mooy is preparing to host Socceroos teammate Mathew Ryan for the first time when Brighton head north in the Premier League. Dec 7
  • Lowy, FFA avoid sack but FIFA takes reins Australian soccer boss Steven Lowy has been granted a stay of execution but FIFA will be well in charge when it returns down under to lead bitterly divided stakeholders through more negotiations. Dec 6
  • Schwarzer wants long-term Socceroos coach The Socceroos' next coach will ideally commit to at least the 2022 World Cup, selection panellist Mark Schwarzer has said. Dec 6
  • Milligan backs Cahill over City walkout Mark Milligan has backed Tim Cahill to pick up the game time he sees as crucial to his World Cup participation after severing ties with A-League home Melbourne City. Dec 5