Football Australia announces Hall of Fame inductees

Football Australia has announced that Socceroos legends Mark Schwarzer and Joseph Huxley Honeysett along with Matildas greats Kate Gill and Heather Garriock have been inducted into the Football Australia Hall of Fame. Determined via a public process followed by consideration…

After a successful season in Bulgaria, Makrillos is on the move

Former Sydney Olympic midfielder Peter Makrillos has returned to Australia after a year with Bulgarian side Slavia Sofia, and is exploring opportunities for a move to the A-League Men or abroad. Makrillos’ representatives confirmed to Kick360 that the player is…

Football Australia enter new era as financial statements revealed for 2021

Football Australia released their financial reports from the year ended 30 June 2021 , providing intriguing insights into how the administrated navigated the troubles of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was estimated that the capped attendances for the 2020/21 A-League Men’s…

Former Australian footballers to be provided support for coaching

Football Coaches Australia have announced, in partnership with the PFA that members of the PFA’s Past Players Program will have their joining fee for the FCA waived which will ensure that developing coaches will have access to resources and development…

Football Australia develops independent complaint management process

Football Australia this evening welcomed the development of an independent complaint management process. This will enable former and current footballers and staff to bring forward concerns that relate to alleged abuse, bullying or harassment pertaining to the Australian National Teams…

Key progress made in creation of National Second Division

Australian football fans have received more positive news this afternoon, with Football Australia and the Association of Australian Football Clubs confirming that there were positive and productive talks surrounding the creation of a National Second Division. A statement from Football…

James Johnson pleads for governments to act on “facts, figures and logic” ahead of crucial qualifying campaign

After months of speculation, Football Australia CEO James Johnson has confirmed that Australia’s crucial World Cup Qualifying home fixture against China will not take place in Australia due to government concerns over quarantine exemptions and the need for players and…