Several European competitions have begun in earnest while in the United States clubs continue to fine tune ahead of the NWSL season commencing this month. Here is you 26 March - 1 April wrap.
‘Fresh’ off a plane from Brisbane, reaching my hotel at 5am it felt like only minutes before I had my boots on and was warming up with my new teammates that afternoon.
After a break from football, plenty of Aussies have made their way overseas for the northern hemisphere football season. This is your first Aussies Abroad wrap for 2013!
With the best season to date completed, picking the Team of the Year is a challenging task. Editor, and self confessed football tragic, Ann Odong attempted the job.
Perth Glory striker Kate Gill lead the pack in goals this season | TWG
Pre-season changes had two time W-League champions Brisbane Roar, in some circles, written off early as finals contenders.
The exodus has begun. With the conclusion of the W-League and the closing of transfer windows, announcements of W-League players heading abroad have commenced.
Sydney FC have upset favourites Brisbane Roar in a dramatic Westfield W-League semi-final 3-2 at the QSAC on Saturday.
Sydney FC go one better than last season | Getty
The usually staunch Brisbane Roar started the 2012/13 season surprisingly shaky with two tough losses in Round 3 and Round 5 to Sydney FC and Western Sydney Wanderers respectively.
Goals in each half from Tameka Butt have lifted Brisbane Roar to a crucial 2-0 win over arch-rivals Sydney FC.
2012 saw the first mass exodus of players overseas to the US and European leagues. At one point in time there were up to 20 Australian footballers actively plying their trade in countries like the US, England, Sweden, Germany and Denmark.