Vue De La Ville: Matildas suffer defeat in World Cup opener
Melbourne City quartet, Lydia Williams, Steph Catley, Tameka Yallop (nee Butt) and Elise Kellond-Knight, all featured in the Matildas gut-wrenching loss to Italy in their FIFA Women’s World Cup opener in Valenciennes on Sunday night (AEST).
FIFA Women's World Cup: Tournament preview
With the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France just a week away, we take a look at the big names who are set to take centre stage, who’s in with a shot at making history and how our girls will fare when taking on the world’s best. First things first, which City girls are geari
Tillies in France: Steph Catley
With the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ fast approaching, we set our sights on our star players who are set to take the field in France. We've already taken a look at Lydia Williams' journey, now our attention turns to Melbourne City captain and Matildas vice-captain Steph Catley.
International City: Four players selected in Australia's World Cup squad
Melbourne City’s Steph Catley, Lydia Williams, Elise Kellond-Knight and Tameka Yallop (nee Butt) have been selected in Australia’s final 23-player squad to compete at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ in France. Experienced goalkeeper Lydia Williams has earned her fourth FIFA W
Emerging star Nia Stamatopoulos selected in Westfield Junior Matildas squad
Emerging Melbourne City FC midfielder Nia Stamatopoulos has been included in the Westfield Junior Matildas 23-player squad for the forthcoming 2019 AFC U-16 Women's Championship qualifiers in Vientiane, Laos. The 15-year-old created history this season, becoming the fourth yo
The season that was: 2018/19
This season was one of mixed emotions… despite missing out on the finals - and consequently the championship - for the first time in our history, there were still plenty of positives to draw from the 2018/19 Westfield W-League season as the team looks to bounce back next season.
Player of the Year: Kinga, Barnes and Spencer win top accolades
Melbourne City FC named its Player of the Year at the Imperial Hotel in Melbourne on Saturday, with Yukari Kinga, Lauren Barnes and Jasmyne Spencer taking out the top accolades. As City missed out on the 2018/19 Westfield W-League finals series through goal difference, the Cl
W-League Report: Sydney 0 City 2
Melbourne City FC has kept their slim finals hopes alive with a 2-0 win over Sydney FC at WIN Stadium on Thursday night. Helen Caceres opened the scoring, notching her first goal in City blue in the 67th minute, before Tameka Butt doubled City’s lead with a composed finish fol
W-League Preview: Sydney v City
The clash Melbourne City FC will be looking to book a place in the 2018/19 Westfield W-League finals series when they take on fellow top-four rivals Sydney FC at WIN Stadium on Thursday night. City sat out Round 13 with the bye, following their comprehensive 4-0 win over Ne
Melbourne City FC sign American international Hailie Mace
Melbourne City FC is delighted to announce the signing of American international Hailie Mace for the remainder of the 2018/19 Westfield W-League season as the Club aims for two wins from two to keep its finals hopes alive. The 21-year-old brings great versatility to Head Coach
Dobson: We believe in ourselves
Melbourne City FC attacker Rhali Dobson remains confident that her team has what it takes to a book a place in the 2018/19 Westfield W-League finals series. City suffered a gut-wrenching loss to Brisbane Roar in Round 11, as they failed to capitalise on their dominance in the