Melbourne Victory have reported strong off-field growth but attacked the FFA over its Friday night free-to-air fixturing.
John Aloisi has been backed by chief executive Scott Munn as the Melbourne Heart prepare to host Sydney FC on Friday night.
Port Adelaide's players will help fund a trip to Dubai for an AFL pre-season heat training camp.
A-League club Melbourne Victory have appointed former Essendon AFL boss Ian Robson as their new chief executive officer.
Socceroos coach Holger Osieck's big question is whether to restore fit-again Mile Jedinak to the line-up to play Jordan, or keep faith with Mark Milligan.
Socceroos coach Holger Osieck won't reveal his starting 11 to play Jordan in Melbourne until match day, and might yet change the side which drew with Japan.
The A-League's grand final was Sunday's most-watched program on pay TV but mustered just 60,000 more viewers than the AFL's bottom-of-the-table clash.
Organised sports are facing a battle in Australia as time constraints leave people struggling to keep involved in group activities.
Swans veteran Adam Goodes says he can see a lot of similarities between the reigning AFL premiers and A-League newcomers the Western Sydney Wanderers.
The only chapter missing from Western Sydney's miraculous maiden A-League season is a grand final win.
FFA boss David Gallop says the A-League's controversial new sudden-death finals format is providing an exciting end to the season.
The Western Sydney Wanderers are on course to become the first debutants in history to win a major title in any Australian football code.
Shrewd planning has new kids on the A-League block, the Western Sydney Wanderers, writing a football fairytale in their very first season.
The extraordinary success of A-League rookie Western Sydney is one of the greatest stories in world sport according to soccer boss David Gallop.
Former AFL star Nick Holland has quit as chief executive of the Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) after less than six months in the job.
Football's $160m TV deal is still dwarfed by the AFL and NRL, but it's twice as big as the last one, three years shorter and includes a free-to-air cover.