A-League panel set to probe Phoenix striker Tomer Hemed's controversial goal celebration
The Wellington Phoenix and the A-League’s independent match review panel are expected to look into Israeli striker Tomer Hemed’s controversial goal celebrations during Sunday’s 2-2 draw with Melbourne City.
Tomer Hemed's double secures third straight draw for Wellington Phoenix
Wellington Phoenix will return to Wellington on Monday, knowing that they will likely need to win all of their remaining four games in order to reach the A-League finals series after coughing up an early lead to draw 2-2 with leaders Melbourne City at AAMI Park on Sunday.
Wellington Phoenix star struck down by injury ahead of clash with league leaders
Wellington Phoenix will be without captain Ulises Davila for Sunday's clash against A-League leaders Melbourne City – and potentially the rest of the regular season – hindering their chances of pulling off a much-needed upset.
Returning Wellington Phoenix banking on big home crowd to pack out Sky Stadium
Wellington Phoenix have issued a rallying cry to the New Zealand sporting public ahead of their long-awaited return from Australia, hoping a packed out Sky Stadium will help alleviate the multi-million dollar costs they have incurred while basing the team in Wollongong as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Chris Wood on target again as Burnley condemn Fulham to relegation
All Whites striker Chris Wood scored his 12th goal of the Premier League season as Burnley beat Fulham 2-0 on Monday (Tuesday NZT) to secure their top-flight status and condemn the Cottagers to an immediate return to the second-tier Championship.
Phoenix star Steven Taylor helping club's playoff push despite silence over contract
He's been in the Phoenix camp for more than a month and provided an almost immediate and crucial impact on the field, but former club captain Steve Taylor is currently being snubbed by the Wellington club off it.
Māori Football Aotearoa: Using the beautiful game to build a better future for Māori, on and off the field.
From Nelson Mandela using the Rugby World Cup as a means to unite a nation, to Marcus Rashford utilising his platform to speak up and challenge the UK Government, there have been numerous examples of sport being used as a tool for good over the years.