With an eye to upcoming World Cup qualifiers, Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has called up a batch of A-League performers and overseas-based hopefuls for next month's friendly in South Korea.
A man wearing a Mexican wrestling mask has been banned from all levels of football in Canberra, Australia for 10 years following a bizarre pitch invasion.
The invader ran on to the field in the second half of the game between Cooma and Woden-Weston, with his face masked and brandished the referee with a red card.
Players then ripped off the mask and exposed the man's identity before he was taken from the field.
It is reported the man is a former referee who was staging a protest against the treatment...
Australia will warm-up for the start of its World Cup qualifying campaign with a friendly against Son Heung-Min's South Korea in Busan on June 7.
The clash with the Taeguk Warriors will be the first match for Graham Arnold's Socceroos since January's ill-fated Asian Cup campaign.
Both Australia and Paulo Bento's South Korea suffered disappointing quarterfinal exits at the continental championship, eventually won by Qatar.
June's match will come seven months after both teams met in a pre-Asian Cup...
Football Federation Australia have finally appointed a technical director after a nine-month wait.
Melbourne Victory's coaching general manager Rob Sherman will take up the key position after finishing up at the A-League club at the end of next month.
Sherman, a former professional footballer, has held similar roles in Wales and New Zealand. He was previously employed by FFA as head of coach education. FFA chief David Gallop said the appointment took so long as "it was important we found the right...
A-League players and clubs have called on football's warring factions to make a deal for an independent competition before July.
The June 30 deadline has been set by FFA after the New Leagues Working Group (NLWG), tasked with finding the right formula for a breakaway league, tabled a long-awaited report into the matter on Tuesday.
The 70-page paper leaves plenty of scope for negotiation on issues of finances and governance.
But Professional Footballers Australia chief John Didulica said there was...