Ali Riley forced to be her ‘absolute best’ at Bayern
Football Ferns captain Ali Riley is making the most of her opportunity to play for German giants Bayern Munich, harbouring a dream to represent NZ at her fifth World Cup
All the risque, and no reward for women’s sport
A former Football Fern, inspired by iconic moments in World Cup history, is offering her advice - for free - to help women’s sports lure the sponsors’ dollar.
The battle for a NZ team in the W-League
NZ needs a professional women’s football team to keep in step with the rest of the world. So could a female Phoenix team in Australia’s W-League be on the horizon?
Fifa World Cup 2019: when the world finally cared
France 2019 will go down as the tournament that opened the eyes of much of the planet to women’s football.
Toothless Football Ferns bundled out of World Cup
It’s doubtful they’ll see it this way, but the Football Ferns’ World Cup campaign came to a just and merciful conclusion in Montpellier on Friday morning.
Ferns sunk by late Dutch goal in Cup opener
Netherlands 1 New Zealand 0: Heartbreak for Football Ferns as late, late Dutch winner dents World Cup hopes.
Fifa World Cup 2019: USA cast huge shadow over Group F
USA are the giants of women’s football. They’ve led the way for the longest time and the reigning champions and current world No. 1 ranked team will head to France favourite to take out the tournament.
Fifa World Cup 2019: Chile
Women’s football lived in obscurity in Chile since the late 1950s, until the Spanish manager Marta Tejedor took over the national team in 2007.
Fifa World Cup: Sweden
Reaching the quarter-finals should be a realistic aim for Sweden, while going out in the group would be a monumental fiasco.