Internet horrified as unknown man shows up in Australian football photographs

Australian football supporters have reacted in horror to the spontaneous appearance of an unidentified man in thousands of football-related photos. The unknown man was discovered by Fairfax Media assistant editor Eduardo Cann...

Sydney FC join forces with legendary pop group Eiffel 65

Sydney FC have teamed up with Italian supergroup Eiffel 65, to offer the club’s fans an exclusive line of merchandise ahead of the band’s 2015 Blue Dot world tour. Eiffel...

Fox Sports to introduce penalty interviews

Expanding on the runaway success of half-time interviews, A-League broadcaster Fox Sports is in negotiations with FFA to broaden the depth of its TV coverage, starting with interviewing players who...

Damien De Bohun uncovers thousands of unread social media messages

Damien De Bohun, Head of the Hyundai A-League, today revealed that due to a setting in his phone, he had not been receiving notifications for thousands of messages sent...

FFA: part-time referees cannot guard against racism and horror injuries at the same time

Seeking to address simmering tensions following Saturday's Sydney Derby, FFA spokesperson Clive Umani told journalists on Tuesday that clubs are asking too much of the A-League's part-time referees, who cannot...

Steve Bartman arrives in Australia, confident he won’t ruin Sydney Derby

Steve Bartman has arrived in Sydney on the eve of the Sydney Derby. The infamous fan who was front and centre of the Cub's world series controversy, where he...

Auckland City linked to A-League in surprise about-face for FFA

It has been widely speculated that a third Sydney team will be created if Wellington Phoenix is not granted the license extension they're looking for.  FMF can confirm today...

“These Australians are fucked.” – FIFA confused by Australian football’s dogged desire to destroy...

The future of Australian football continues to hang in the balance Thursday night, as delegates from FIFA depart having failed to bring about a resolution to the ongoing power...

Western Sydney Wanderers docked three A-League points for disrupting fixture schedule

Following through with its threat to clamp down on anti-social behavour, Football Federation Australia announced it will be applying a three-point deduction to the Western Sydney Wanderers' A-League points...

NSW Police may use ‘Westicide’ to weed out grub Wanderers fans

The Senate inquiry into police activity at Western Sydney Wanderers matches may have yielded its first major change, with rumours that NSW Police may phase out capsicum spray in favour of 'Westicides'...