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3 years agoA-League Women

Jancevski’s late goal sends Glory top of the table

For the second time in six days, a late goal secured Glory three points at the expense of Brisbane Roar, this time Alana Jancevski’s deflected effort steering the visitors to a dramatic 1-0 victory at Perry Park. Click HERE for...
3 years agoA-League Women

Late goals steer Glory to dramatic first-up victory

Glory grabbed two goals in the last four minutes to secure a dramatic, come-from-behind 2-1 win over Brisbane Roar in Saturday’s Liberty A-League season-opener at a raucous Macedonia Park. Click HERE to watch full match highlights. Anna Margraf’s neat first-half...
3 years agoA-League Women

Versatile Hooks added to Liberty A-League Women’s Squad

Perth Glory can confirm that Poppie Hooks has been added to the club’s Liberty A-League Women’s squad as an injury replacement for Demi Koulizakis. Koulizakis is expected to be sidelined for up to eight weeks after unfortunately sustaining a knee...
3 years agoA-League Women

New venue confirmed for A-League Women season-opener

Macedonia Park, home of Stirling Lions, will provide the setting as Glory opens its A-League Women 2021/22 season by taking on Brisbane Roar this Saturday (4th December). Alex Epakis’ new-look home squad will be out to make a fast start...
3 years agoA-League Women

Matildas legend De Vanna joins Glory for 2021/22 Season

Perth Glory is delighted to confirm that Lisa De Vanna has signed with the club for the A-League Women 2021/22 Season. One of the greatest forwards that Australia has ever produced, the Perth local is the second most-capped Matildas player...
3 years agoA-League Men

O’Neill and Rigby named Glory skippers for 2021/22 Season

Perth Glory is delighted to confirm that Brandon O’Neill and Natasha Rigby will captain its respective Isuzu Ute A-League Men’s and A-League Women’s teams during the 2021/22 Season. Midfielder O’Neill will wear the Glory armband for the first time having returned for a second spell at his hometown club during the off-season, while fellow-West Australian Rigby will lead the club’s women into a new campaign for a third time. Both players are understandably thrilled to have been handed the captaincy role.