A-League Women’s Season 2023-24: What We Know

Although the FIFA World Cup may be over - that doesn't mean you can't keep supporting our girls in gold!
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Whether you’ve been a die-hard fan for years or relatively new to football, it’s clear this year’s Women’s FIFA World Cup brought more eyes and attention to Aussie women’s soccer than ever before. 

The whole country got behind our girls in gold as they made history, and whilst the cup may be over – that doesn’t mean you can’t keep watching and supporting the game. 

Watch Below: Matildas Sam Kerr scores goal at FIFA World Cup 2023

Looking overseas, 10 Matildas stars are playing in the Barclays Women’s Super League – the highest league of women’s football in England. 

The Matildas’ very own captain Sam Kerr is taking the pitch for Chelsea FC, Caitlin Foord, Steph Catley and Kyra Cooney-Cross will be playing for Arsenal FC and Mackenzie Arnold will be saving goals for West Ham United. Not only that, but Arnold was also just named Captain of West Ham for the 23/24 season. 

Teagan Micah will also be in the league, playing for Liverpool FC, as will Courtney Nevin for Leicester City and Clare Wheeler for Everton FC. Alanna Kennedy and Mary Fowler have also been named for Manchester City. 

But on our very own shores, the Women’s A-League is about to kick off and we’ve got everything you need to know about the top-division women’s soccer league in Australia!

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Is there a women’s A-league in Australia?

Yes! Formerly known as the W-league, Australia’s top-division women’s soccer league was established in 2008. Since its inception a total of 12 clubs have played in the competition.

When does the Women’s A League start?

The 2023 women’s A-league season will comprise of 22 games. The first matches will kick off on Saturday, October 14, with the Central Coast Mariners kicking off against the Newcastle Jets, Perth Glory versing Western United and Sydney battling Western Sydney. 

The first round will also see Wellington versus Melbourne City on Sunday, October 15, Adelaide United play Canberra United and Melbourne Victory kick off against Brisbane Roar. 

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Where can I watch A-League Women’s?

Every match from the 2023/24 Liberty A-League Women’s season will be available to stream on Paramount+ while every game will also be live and free on 10 Play.

10 Play will also have highlights from every match from the 2023/24 season available to watch on demand.

A subscription to Paramount+ is $8.99/month, which will grant you access to every minute of A-Leagues action. Sign up for Paramount+ Here.

What teams are in the Liberty Women’s A-League? 

The regular season has been extended to 22 games – in line with global benchmarks – as the Central Coast Mariners rejoin the league and become the third new team to join the league in as many seasons.

With the addition of a twelfth team, the Finals Series has also been expanded from four to six teams, with the format to mirror the Isuzu UTE A-League Men.

The 2023 Libert Women’s A-League teams: 

  • Adelaide United
  • Brisbane Roar
  • Canberra United
  • Central Coast Mariners
  • Melbourne City
  • Melbourne Victory
  • Newcastle Jets
  • Pert Glory
  • Sydney FC
  • Wellington Phoenix
  • Western Sydney Wanderers
  • Western United
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Women’s A-League Tickets

Buy A-League Women’s Memberships here

  • October 14 | Central Coast Mariners FC vs. Newcastle Jets | Buy Tickets
  • October 14 | Sydney FC vs. Western Sydney Wanderers FC | Buy Tickets
  • October 21 | Melbourne City FC vs. Canberra United | Buy Tickets
  • October 21 | Brisbane Roar FC vs. Sydney FC | Buy Tickets

Find more tickets, here.

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