Melbourne City Women's FC News

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Memories of 2017: Melbourne City and Canberra United create W-League history

By winning the 2016/17 W-League premiership and the championship, Canberra United and Melbourne City created new pieces of W-League history in 2017. Coming into the season, defending champions Melbourne City were aiming to do something no team had ever done in the W-League – win back-to-back championships. After taking all before them in Season 8, the …
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MATCH ANALYSIS: Brisbane Roar break Melbourne City hoodoo

Brisbane Roar has secured their first win against two time W-League Champions, Melbourne City, after goals from Allira Toby and Katrina Gorry sealed the three points. It was a hot day in Brisbane for the last match of the W-League before Christmas and it was a big clash as Roar looked to secure top spot …
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MATCH ANALYSIS: Melbourne City and Adelaide United Settle for a 1-1 Draw

Melbourne City and Adelaide United played out a 1-1 draw at Lakeside Stadium to finish round six of the W-League. The match reached its climax in the final moments with Adelaide goalkeeper Sarah Willacy conceding and saving a penalty, denying Kyah Simon a third goal of the season and City the winner. Ashley Hatch and …
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MATCH ANALYSIS: Melbourne City sees off Newcastle Jets challenge

No one could have predicted Melbourne City’s 5-2 triumph over the Newcastle Jets to unfold as it did.   A good game was expected with the Jets undefeated and City coming off the back of a derby win making for an interesting matchup. But this game was the W-League at its goal-filled, unpredictable best with …
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More glory for Kerr as Perth rout champions Melbourne City

All eyes were on Sam Kerr and the superstar of Australian women's football duly delivered by scoring in just the third minute of the new W-League season to help Perth Glory on their way to a barely-believable 4-1 win over all-star champions Melbourne City.
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Alanna Kennedy, Yukari Kinga and Ashley Hatch join Melbourne City

Two time defending W-League champions Melbourne City have signed three star players for the upcoming 10th season. Matildas defender Alanna Kennedy, Japanese World Cup winner Yukari Kinga and NWSL Rookie of the Year Ashley Hatch have joined an already talented squad as City looks to claim an unprecedented third W-League championship. Kennedy joins from Sydney …
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Melbourne City sign Matildas forward Kyah Simon

Two time defending champions Melbourne City have strengthened their squad with the signing of Matildas forward Kyah Simon for the 2017/18 W-League. Simon joins City after seven seasons with Sydney FC that included the 2009 and 2010–11 Premierships and the 2009 and 2012–13 Championships. As well as club honours with the Sky Blues, Simon has …
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Get to know... Rhali Dobson

She’s a well-known name among W-League circles, but how much do you know about Rhali Dobson? Here’s everything you need to know about our new signing.
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