Oliver Kelaart on his hopes of representing Sri Lanka and his move to Iceland’s second tier

Australian forward Oliver Kelaart hopes the gamble of dropping down a division in search of game time will lead to an A-League Men move. The 24-year-old left first division Keflavik for newly promoted second tier outfit Thróttur Vogar in March,…

Football Australia release domestic match calendar for 2022/23 season

UPDATE: The APL have announced that the A-League Women will have a full home and away season from the 2023/24 season, with 22 rounds. The Central Coast Mariners have been granted a licence and they will compete in the competition…

Melbourne Victory close to securing agreement with former Man United star

In a massive boost ahead of the 2022/23 A-League Men season, Kick360 understands that Melbourne Victory are close to reaching an agreement to sign former Manchester United star Nani as a marquee player after rumours surfaced last month of the…

Richard van der Venne: Who is Melbourne City’s new playmaker?

Melbourne City announced last night that they have secured the signing of former Go Ahead Eagles and RKC Waalwijk playmaker Richard van der Venne on a two-year deal. The 30-year-old midfielder joined the A-League Premiers on a free transfer following…

OFFICIAL: Milos Ninkovic departs Sydney FC

After seven seasons, multiple A-League Men titles and a lasting legacy, Sydney FC legend Milos Ninkovic has departed the club. Ninkovic announced his departure on his Instagram almost three weeks ago, thanking supporters for the support along the journey. The…

Round 17 NPL Victoria Review

Round 17 of the Victorian NPL is in the books, with some interesting results occurring over the weekend. Now heading into the business point of the season, which sides are contending to make finals and which sides are in a…

“I want to learn as much as I can” – Jarrod Carluccio on his playing and coaching duality while only 21

It’s not often you hear of player-coaches these days, particularly ones that play for one club and coach another. But in the heart of western Sydney, this niche footballing role remains a reality through the lens of Jarrod Carluccio. Carluccio…

OPINION | The Socceroos’ success could revitalise the sport in the country

The short-term euphoria Down Under is palpable, and for good reason. The long-term effects of this morning’s victory may perhaps prove more important.

Awer Mabil – “This was my way of saying thank you to Australia”

Awer Mabil has dedicated his contribution to Australia’s penalty shootout win over Peru to the people of his country. Born in a refugee camp in Kenya, to South Sudanese parents, Mabil moved to Australia in 2006. The talented 26-year-old has…

Unwanted to national hero: Redmayne on penalty shootout that secured Socceroos qualification

Andrew Redmayne will never need to pay for a beer in his life after helping to send the Socceroos to the World Cup. His infamous ‘Wiggles’ penalty-saving routine gained success once again, this time on the international stage as he…