Football Federation Australia (FFA)

Football Federation Australia has today (Thursday) announced that chief executive David Gallop will make an early departure amid ongoing reform efforts at the organisation

Football Federation Australia has reached an agreement in principle on a venture that will see the men’s A-League and women’s W-League become independent organisations, ushering in a “new era” for the…

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has today (Thursday) confirmed it is in talks with the Indonesia Football Association (PSSI) with a view to submitting a joint bid for the 2034 Fifa World Cup

Australia and Qatar are set to compete at next year’s edition of the Copa América national team football tournament following invites from the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol).

Owners of clubs in Australia’s A-League have warned the league faces a A$120m (€76m/$85m) shortfall in funding as it prepares to break away from Football Federation Australia and establish its own aut…

Australia’s A-League football competition will expand to 12 teams over the next two seasons, after Football Federation Australia awarded licences to bids from Western Melbourne Group and Macarthur South W…

The process to add two new teams to the A-League, the top division of Australian club football, could be delayed until the 2020-21 season as Football Federation Australia continues to weigh the merits…

Football Federation Australia is set for constitutional reform, ending the long-running civil war within Australian football after reaching an eleventh-hour agreement ahead of the forthcoming extraordinary …

Ten groups have progressed to the next stage of Football Federation Australia’s (FFA) selection process for two expansion franchise slots in the country’s top-tier A-League.

Australian football entered a new stage in its development earlier this year with the announcement that the A-League and W-League would be spun off from Football Federation Australia. The FFA's chief commercial and marketing officer Luke Bould talks Adam Nelson through the implications of the move and how the body is set up to weather the change.

Football Federation Australia has today (Friday) confirmed that it has received interest from 15 groups seeking to be given a licence to play in the top-tier A-League.

Melbourne will continue to host the Australian leg of the International Champions Cup (ICC) pre-season football tournament after agreeing a three-year contract extension.

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has revealed it will bid to host the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup as part of a long-term strategic plan to boost the future of football in the country.

Tournament chief executive Michael Brown believes Australia’s successful hosting of the Asian Cup national team football tournament demonstrates the country is equipped to stage the Fifa World Cup.

Asian Football Confederation (AFC) president Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa has stated that there is a desire among Gulf nations to review Australia’s membership of the regional governing body.

Cronulla Sharks chief executive Lyall Gorman wants the NRL rugby league team to launch a franchise in the A-League football competition.

Football Federation Australia (FFA) chairman Frank Lowy has declared the surplus from the expected sale of Western Sydney Wanderers will be split between the nine other A-League football clubs.

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has awarded 15-year extensions to the licences of the nine Australian clubs that compete in the domestic A-League, with the future of New Zealand’s Wellington Phoenix still to be resolved.

FIFA has extended the sanctions imposed by the Football Federation Australia (FFA) on four English players and one Australian official following criminal investigations in relation to alleged match-fixing.

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has named Sam Chadwick as FFA Cup general manager.

Australia’s A-League chief Damien De Bohun has revealed that the league is in talks to host some of its soccer games in Asia during the 2015 Asian Cup.

FIFA has rejected Football Federation Australia (FFA)’s calls for financial compensation should Qatar’s 2022 World Cup be moved to winter.

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has requested FIFA for “just and fair” compensation for failed bidders of the 2022 World Cup and for disrupted domestic leagues should it move the tournament to winter.