Aloisi, Moore sanctioned for FFA Code of Conduct breach
Football Federation Australia (FFA) has determined that Brisbane Roar FC assistant coach, Ross Aloisi, and Football Director, Craig Moore have respectively breached the FFA National Code of Conduct (the Code) by actions that they engaged in immediately after the conclusion of the
Constructive discussions on expansion of football's Congress
Representatives from football’s Member Federations, Hyundai A-League clubs and the players’ association, Professional Footballers Australia (PFA), put their views on expansion of the sport’s Congress today at a meeting called by Football Federation Australia (FFA). The purpose
New members boost FFA Women's Committee
Football Federation Australia (FFA) has expanded its Women’s Committee with the appointment of two new independent members: Facebook’s director of policy in Australia and New Zealand, Mia Garlick, and distinguished administrator and pioneer of women’s football, Heather Reid AM.
FFA joins Pride in Sport to further promote inclusion in football
Football Federation Australia (FFA) has taken the next step in promoting inclusion in football for LGBTI employees, players, clubs, volunteers and spectators by joining Pride in Sport as a Foundation Partner. Pride in Sport is Australia’s first and only sporting inclusion prog
FFA statement regarding heat in Adelaide
Football Federation Australia have released a statement following Sunday's Hyundai A-League Round 17 match between Adelaide United and Wellington Phoenix at Coopers Stadium. “All Hyundai A-League matches are played under the FFA Heat Policy, which is an agreed policy that offe
Grassroots refs learn from W-League idols
Twelve female grassroots referees recently had the opportunity to learn from their Westfield W-League refereeing idols as they prepared for the 2016/17 Season. The Brisbane based referees were invited to train with Westfield W-League referees Casey Reibelt, Lara Lee, Rachel Mi
Bruno Fornaroli in action during the FFA Cup Final.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) has reminded Bruno Fornaroli of the standards expected of professional footballers after the Melbourne City FC captain used inappropriate language while making an acceptance speech after the Westfield FFA Cup Final in Melbourne on Wednesday nig