Sweden appears to be the European destination for 2013 and not just because of the European Championships due to kick off in June/July of this year.
Nicole Sykes is the latest W-League players off to Sweden | Getty
It was almost a fairytale turn around for Perth Glory in Season Five but despite the WA team falling short of the ultimate prize, it was still a breakthrough season.
Melbourne Victory booked their place in the Westfield W-League grand final after a controversial 4-3 penalty shootout victory over Perth Glory at nib Stadium
Melbourne took out a tense semi on penalties | Getty
Obviously it is great to be given this chance to make history in our city.
In Season 5 there has only been one match between these two teams and it was Perth who banked the three points in Round 1. A lot has happened since then.
The most exciting season of the W-League is heading towards what is anticipated to be an equally exciting finals series and we want to capture your excitement and the support of your team.
Victory supporting their team in the regular season | Emily Mogic/TWG
The final regular season match of the W-League and there is all to play for. Finals positions are on the line for Canberra United and Sydney FC, while the other teams are playing for finals positioning or pride.
Perth Glory have dropped points in their most important fixture of the season, drawing 2-2 with Newcastle Jets in Round 11 of the Westfield W-League.
Two rounds to go and there is still plenty on the line for all the W-League teams bet it the premiership, ladder positioning, a finals place or state pride.