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About W-League

The W-League is the highest league for women's soccer in Australia. Founded in 2008, it is run by the Football Federation Australia (FFA).

The competition is held among nine teams from all across Australia. The inaugural edition started with eight clubs.

The W-League season consists of 12 matches per team, six at home and six away. At the end of the season, a playoff tournament involving the four highest-placed teams is played and the ultimate champion is crowned in a Grand Final match. The winner of the regular season league is called the Premier and the winner of the play-off final is known as the 'Champion'. The Premier earns automatic qualification to the following season's AFC Women's Club Championship.

The first edition of the W-League was won by Queensland Roar. The Brisbane-based club also won the inaugural Grand Final game. They were succeeded by Sydney FC in the following season and the capital club became the first in history to win Australia's top women's football league in two consecutive seasons (2009/10 and 2010/2011).

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