Women's Football

Women in football are shining brighter than ever before. Our women and girls participation base continues to increase and provide one of the greatest growth opportunities for Football. 

Women make up 22% of the Australia’s participation base with players born in over 150 different nations and set to rise with FFA’s Gender Equality Action Plan which aims to have 50% gender participation split by 2027.

FFA is working to build on the strong foundations to welcome more of tomorrow’s generation of girls and women into the football community. 


rebel Female Football Week 

Football Federation Australia (FFA), the Hyundai A-League and Westfield W-League clubs, Member Federations will celebrated rebel Female Football Week 2020 from 8 - 15th of March.  This year rebel Female Football Week coincided with International Women's Day, rebel Female Football Awards and week 1 of the Westfield W-League 2020 Finals Series.

rebel Female Football Week (FFW) was originally established by Football Member Federations in 2014 with the aim to shine the spotlight on girl’s and women in football and grow female participation at the grassroots level. 

In 2020, each Member Federation will conduct their own week, please see below:

8th - 15th March 2020                                                         1st - 10th May 2020
Capital Football                                                                          Football Victoria
Football West                                                                               Football NSW
Football Tasmania
Football South Australia
Football Queensland
Football Northern Territory
Football Northern NSW

Throughout each week all Member Federations, as well as Associations and clubs will be actively involved in the delivery of female football events including:

· Female football festivals
· Female coaching and refereeing courses
· MiniRoos for Girls Kick-Off programs
· Westfield W-League and Westfield Matildas signing sessions