Remember the NPL4 player who joined Newcastle United? He’s back in Australia and eyeing the A-League

In 2020, Florent Indalecio went from playing in the NPL4 and working as a brickie to signing a deal with Newcastle United. Now, he’s back in Australia with Dandenong Thunder and eyeing a route to the A-League. He tells his story to JOEY LYNCH. Full article in Optus Sport: https://sport.optus.com.au/articles/os38996/florent-indalecio-newcastle-united-premier-league-australian-football

Nike F.C. Cup Grand Final Preview: South Melbourne FC v Calder United SC

Thanks to the effects of COVID lockdowns, match suspensions and the eventual cancellation of the 2021 campaign no Community Shield, Premiers’ Plate, or Victorian Championship has been awarded across the 12 months – leaving the 2021 Nike FC Cup as the lone opportunity for Victorian sides to add something to the honour board in what … Continue reading Nike F.C. Cup Grand Final Preview: South Melbourne FC v Calder United SC

Dockerty Cup Grand Final Preview: Hume City FC vs Avondale FC

After a year like no other (or at least a year like none other than maybe 2020), the 2021 Victorian men’s football season will reach its conclusion on Sunday afternoon: Hume City taking on Avondale FC at CB Smith Reserve for the right to call themselves champions in the Dockerty Cup’s 113th year. Full story … Continue reading Dockerty Cup Grand Final Preview: Hume City FC vs Avondale FC

FA CEO James Johnson outlines the roadmap to promotion and relegation in Australia

James Johnson has confirmed that Football Australia has settled on two models for a national second tier, and the federation now is in the final process of determining the shape of the next significant chapter in Australian football. Full story on ESPN: https://www.espn.com.au/football/australian-a-league-men/story/4521449/fa-ceo-james-johnson-outlines-the-roadmap-to-promotion-and-relegation-in-australia

City take the win, South take the pride from FFA Cup

In reality, Melbourne City's win over South Melbourne at Lakeside Stadium on Friday night -- 3-0 thanks to a brace from Scott Galloway and goal from Connor Metcalfe -- was never really in doubt. Heading to Albert Park as belligerents for the first time in their existence, Melbourne City represents everything that the National Premier … Continue reading City take the win, South take the pride from FFA Cup