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A dominant display by Perth RedStar saw them earn their second successive League and Top 4 Cup double, beating Perth SC 4-1.
Perth RedStar showed again why they are the outstanding team of the NPLWA - Women's competition with a commanding performance in the Top Four Cup final on Saturday.Carlos Vega Mena's team beat league runners-up Perth SC 4-1 at the State

Perth Glory News

The 2023/24 Perth Glory Season Launch event is set to take place at fabulous Fraser’s Restaurant in iconic King’s Park on Wednesday 11 October. All playing and coaching staff from both the Glory Men…
Millie Farrow marked her Glory debut with a quickfire first-half hat-trick as Alex Epakis’s side secured the Gold Fields Challenge Cup with a 4-0 win over the Gold Fields WA State Team. Click HERE to…

The History of Our Game

Here is the dedication to and history of everything girls and women’s football in Western Australia, from Rosabrook in the 1950’s, after football established itself in the group settlement areas of our South West, to Azzurri in the City suburbs of Perth, the heart of Italian passion. See it gain momentum through the School competitions, State representative teams, Perth Glory Women, competing in the National League and representing the whole of Western Australia, and honour Administrators, Australian Representatives and those that just never stop giving to the game they love. History is being made every day we live and breathe it, it never stops.

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Sam Kerr is comfortably one of the most recognisable athletes - heck, people - in Australia and increasingly around the world.
Following the final international break of the year, it's back to clubland for our Matildas Abroad with a top-of-the-table clash in the WSL seeing Chelsea take on Arsenal, while Lyon looks to keep their spot at the top of the
The CommBank Young Matildas have lost 3-1 to the Chinese U-20 Women’s National Football Team in the final game of their two-match International Series at Auxiliary Field of Xiamen Egret Stadium.The match saw attacking players Milan Hammond and Lara Gooch
Western Sydney Wanderers' Liberty A-League star Alexia Apostolakis was on the scoresheet as Australia's under-20 side fell to China 3-1 in the second game of an international series.
The CommBank Matildas have finished a memorable 2023 with a 1-0 defeat to Canada in front of a record Canadian crowd at Christine Sinclair Place.It was a memorable occasion in world football as it marked the final time that the
The Young Matildas fell to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of China in the final game of their two-game series in Xiamen.

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