A-League Women Seasons
|Season||Competition Name||# Squads||Champion||Top Scorer|
|2022-2023||A-League Women||11||Sydney FC - 40||Rhianna Pollicina - 16|
|2021-2022||A-League Women||10||Melbourne Victory - 24||Fiona Worts - 13|
|2020-2021||W-League||9||Melbourne Victory - 23||Emily Gielnik - 13|
|2019-2020||W-League||9||Melbourne City - 34||Remy Siemsen, Morgan Andrews... - 7|
|2018-2019||W-League||9||Sydney FC - 19||Sam Kerr - 13|
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