Matildas and Melbourne City defender Laura Alleway on the professionalism in women’s soccer.
Tarek Elrich on the A-League’s growing strength and doing his bit for charity.
As a soccer player banned for match-fixing seeks to have Football Federation Australia permit him to rejoin the game, a former FIFA integrity official warns such a move would make a mockery of the fight against corruption in the sport.
It may not be long since FIFA itself was rocked by scandal, but now soccer’s world governing body is in Australia to push through reforms to Football Federation Australia.
Meet Elise Kellond-Knight, the midfielder helping drive the Matildas first Olympics campaign in 12 years.
Socceroos defender Bailey Wright on Ange Postecoglou and the challenges of playing World Cup qualifiers.
Soccer player Ali Abbas on putting religion aside and playing to make people happier.
Socceroo James Troisi on the World Cup qualifiers and the emerging Australian style.
As head coach of AFC Champions League winners Western Sydney Wanderers, Tony Popovic knows what it’s like to taste success.
Socceroos midfielder Tommy Oar is set to take on Bangladesh and Tajikistan in World Cup qualifiers.
Dual international Ellyse Perry on the power of sport to bring the world together.
Growing up, Kyah Simon was inspired by Cathy Freeman. Now the Matilda hopes to motivate a new generation of sports stars.
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou on his dream to conquer the world.
Socceroos and Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak on playing for his country and tackling the EPL.
Nathan Coe on pro soccer in Australia and keeping against the world's best strikers.
As the World Cup kicks off, Les Murray shares his thoughts on the Socceroos and the suitability of future hosts Russia and Qatar.
As the Australian women's soccer team gets set to face Japan in the 2014 Asian Cup decider, we talk to Matildas midfielder Tameka Butt.
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