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Canberra United eager for W-League pre-season

Canberra United has pencilled in Monday 16 November as the start of Westfield W-League pre-season, and added two more players to its growing squad.

Canberra United raring to go with W-League start date

Canberra United will start solidifying its squad and commence training, after the Football Federation Australia (FFA) announced the season will kick off from 27 December.

Canberra United secure two new signings

Canberra United have added two more to their growing Westfield W-League side, locking in Nicki Flannery and Bianca Galic as the sixth and seventh squad members for the upcoming season.

Canberra United signs three more young guns

Canberra United has added more players to its growing W-League squad, including local football trio Rachael Goldstein, Lauren Keir and Hayley Taylor-Young.

Laura Hughes locks in with Canberra United

Canberra United has named a second sign-on to its Westfield W-League squad, as Canberra local Laura Hughes re-signs with her home club.

Grace Maher signs for her return to Canberra United

After two years with the Melbourne Victory Westfield W-League side, Canberra local Grace Maher will head back to the capital to represent Canberra United in the upcoming season.

Canberra United welcomes new head coach

There’s a new coach on the Westfield W-League soccer scene, stepping into the top spot at Canberra United.

‘Too late’ for Liberals to push ACT World Cup matches

An ACT Government spokesperson has defended the Territory’s decision not to bid for games in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, saying it’s too late for the ACT Liberals to push for it.

Canberra potential training hub for 2023 FIFA World Cup

There are strong hopes Canberra will be used as a training destination for some of the 32 football teams travelling to the country for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.