A brief history
 
The W-League competition began in 2008, offering a national domestic league for Australia's best women for the first time since 2004. Mirroring the A-League, the seven Australian based clubs featured in the competition, along with the Capital Football backed Canberra United. The 8-team league was largely supported by the member federations, echoing the institute model which had debuted some dozen years earlier. By the third season, Central Coast Mariners had fallen by the wayside, and it wasn't until 2012 that an eight team league was restored courtesy of the inclusion of the Western Sydney Wanderers. While the league had been considered something of a success, it wasn't until the inclusion of Melbourne City in 2015 that it witnessed significant investment and a move towards professionalism, City raising the bar for Women's football in a manner unseen in Australia. By then, the A-League clubs had full control of their W-league counterparts. With the APL assuming control of the domestic leagues, the W-League was ultimately rebranded as the A-League Women in 2021, with Wellington Phoenix included in an expanded 10-team competition.

Seasons
 
2021-2022 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2020-2021 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2019-2020 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2018-2019 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2017-2018 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2016-2017 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2015-2016 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2014 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2013-2014 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2012-2013 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2011-2012 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2010-2011 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2009 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
2008-2009 | Results | Table | Top Scorers | Squads
 
Summary | Champions and Premiers | Individual Award Winners

 

 

 

 

 

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