Liberty A-League Finals Series 2024

Your 2024 Liberty A-League champions

sydney FC

The Liberty A-League Women 2024 Finals Series is HERE! Watch the best of the best go head to head as they compete for the Liberty A-League Women 2024 Championship.

Among celebrations for Female Football Week across the nation, the Liberty A-League Women 2024 Grand Final is set for Saturday 4 May, 2024 giving you the opportunity to celebrate women in football from grassroots to the elite level.

Get ready for what is set to be an enthralling climax to a record breaking season with the Liberty A-League Women 2024 Grand Final! Get your tickets now! Or tune in to Channel 10, Paramount+, and Sky Sport (NZ only).

Liberty A-League Grand Final tickets on sale now – Saturday 4th May at AAMI Park. Gates open at 3pm, Kick off at 4.15pm!

If this doesn’t get you excited for this weekend’s Liberty A-League Grand Final, nothing will!


Sat 4th May, 4:15pm kick off – Gates open at 3pm


Tickets on sale now –

Grand Final Preview

Melbourne City

Dario Vidosic’s City were somewhat surprise Premiers, pipping the Sky Blues on the final day of the regular season in the most dramatic end to a season the Liberty A-League has ever seen, but they enter the Grand Final as a force to be reckoned with.

After navigating their way through a mid-season slump, City will go into the decider on a six-match winning streak and in a rich vein of form.

Despite losing Matildas rising star Holly McNamara to an ACL injury after just five rounds, their attack remains lethal, spearheaded by New Zealand’s Hannah Wilkinson and Emina Ekic, and ably supported by Rhianna Policina and teen gun Daniela Galic.

This City side is jam-packed with experience; goalkeeper Barbara has 69 appearances for Brazil and is a veteran of five World Cups, captain Rebekah Stott boasts a century of appearances for the Football Ferns, while there is also quality all over the park.

Particularly impressive of late has been the form of Bryleeh Henry, who has been a revelation at right-back, a position she had never played until recently.

Under Vidosic, they look like a side who are seriously difficult to beat.

Sydney FC

For the seventh straight season, the Sky Blues will feature in the final match of the season – although of the previous six appearances, they have only won twice.

They were victorious in last year’s decider over Western United, but this is a very different and youthful Sydney FC side to the one who clinched that crown.

Ante Juric has done a wonderful job rejuvenating this team, unearthing young talent like Maddie Caspers, Indiana Dos Santos, Abbey Lemon and Caley Tallon-Henniker to go with their established stars.

After losing captain Nat Tobin to injury in Round 1, the likes of Cortnee Vine, Jada Whyman, Princess Ibini, Charlotte Mclean and Mackenzie Hawkesby, who returned mid-season and has been a game-changer, have led this side all the way to another Grand Final.

A blip in the final weeks of the season saw them miss out on a record-breaking fourth Premiership in a row, but they rediscovered their form in the Semi Finals and will now be out to make it back-to-back Championships when they venture to Melbourne.


Melbourne City: 3x Premierships (2016, 2020, 2024), 4x Champions (2016, 2017, 2018, 2020)

Sydney FC: 5x Premiers (2009, 2011, 2021, 2022, 2023), 4x Champions (2009, 2013, 2019, 2023)


semi final 1 (First Leg )
Newcastle Jets vs Melbourne City FC3:00pmMaitland Sports Ground
Results0 – 3
Central Coast Mariners FC vs Sydney FC3:00pmIndustree Group Stadium
Results0 – 1
semi final 2 (SECOND Leg )
Newcastle Jets vs Melbourne
City FC
1:00pmAAMI Park
Results0 – 3
Central Coast Mariners FC vs Sydney FC3:00pmLeichardt Oval
Results1 – 1

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