Andrew Webster Less than half an hour before kick-off on Saturday night, none of the VIP guests in the Millennium Room dared speak as football royalty was asked for an assessment of the round-ball game in Australia.
Sebastian Hassett DAVID GALLOP didn't like the look of the offices at Football Federation Australia headquarters when he first arrived. Although plush and new, they lacked something.
Dominic Bossi, Robert Dillon FOOTBALL FEDERATION Australia is set to unveil a new TV deal on Monday that will deliver an expected $160 million over four years, more than double the value of the previous broadcast rights.
Sebastian Hassett For those more attuned to the big two codes, Football Federation Australia's new television rights deal - $40 million a season until 2016 - might not seem immediately impressive, especially when you...
Matildas head coach Tom Sermanni has resigned to take up the same job with the United States women's national soccer team.
Roy Masters Television's love of live sport has another happy union to announce as Football Federation Australia is set to trumpet a four-year $160 million broadcasting rights deal with Fox Sports and SBS,...
Liam Fitzgibbon The A-League's star marquee signings have declared themselves ready for action and are confident of figuring in the opening round of matches this weekend.
Michael Cockerill Former NRL boss David Gallop is the new chief executive of Football Federation Australia.
The ACT Government is in negotiations for the Socceroos to play a friendly in Canberra in 2013 as part of the city's centenary celebrations.
Paul Mulvey Perth Glory backer Tony Sage says club owners must have more say in how the A-League operates, but is wary of letting the ''animals run the zoo''.
Chris Dutton Canberra A-League organisers have all but given up on their $4 million bid to join the competition and will start refunding foundation memberships as soon as the FFA confirms they will not be...
Football Federation Australia boss Ben Buckley has confirmed Brisbane will host the Socceroos' 2014 World Cup qualifier against Japan on June 12.
Michael Cockerill A new A-League team based in western Sydney is set be announced, it has been reported.
AAP Football Federation Australia chief executive Ben Buckley has insisted the new western Sydney A-League team can succeed despite the loss of three clubs in six years.
Michael Cockerill Five months ago Frank Lowy told the world Football Federation Australia was no longer a "bank". Last week he agreed to underwrite a new team from western Sydney, and today he has another unpalatable...
Chris Wilson Phew, Canberra's dodged that bullet.
FFA chief executive Ben Buckley has warned billionaire Nathan Tinkler's Hunter Sports Group it is breaching a binding contract by walking away from the Newcastle Jets A-League club.
Nathan Tinkler has confirmed he will hand back the A-League licence for the Newcastle Jets to the Football Federation Australia.
Liam Fitzgibbon Tony Popovic believes he can help win back Sydney's west by quickly assembling a competitive team with strong community ties as coach of the city's second A-League franchise.
Chris Wilson ''It is with much sadness and regret that I write to inform you that our quest for an A-League team for Canberra is over.''