|13 Jul 19||Man United|| ||2 - 0|| ||Perth Glory|
|10 May 19||Perth Glory|| ||2 - 2|| ||Adelaide United|
|28 Apr 19||Perth Glory|| ||5 - 0|| ||Wellington Phoenix|
|18 Apr 19||Sydney FC|| ||1 - 0|| ||Perth Glory|
|14 Apr 19||Perth Glory|| ||1 - 0|| ||Newcastle Jets|
Perth Glory FC is an Australian professional soccer club in Perth, Western Australia. It competes in the country's premier competition, the A-League, under license from Football Federation Australia. Perth Glory is one of three A-League clubs to survive from the now defunct National Soccer League (NSL). Glory entered the A-League competition for the inaugural 2005–06 season, eight years after the club's formation in 1995. Perth has won three league Premierships and two Championships in the two leagues it has competed in.
The club plays matches at Perth Oval, a 20,441 seat multi-use venue located close to Perth's CBD. A youth team competes in the National Youth League and the National Premier Leagues. A women's team competes in the W-League. The youth and women matches are played at various locations across Perth, including Percy Doyle Reserve, Walter Road Reserve, and occasionally Perth Oval.
Perth first showed interest in joining the National Soccer League (NSL) in its inaugural year in 1977. However, a series of logistical problems and financial concerns meant that the league was not keen to include a Western Australian (WA) side. While the state representative side continued to perform well in national and international cup competitions, WA continued to be unrepresented at a senior club level until 1994.
In 1994, a group of businessmen led by Joe Claudio formed the Perth Kangaroos IFC. The club competed in the 1994 Singapore Premier League along with the Darwin Cubs. At the time, there were visions of establishing an Asia-Pacific Super League which could become a sporting and financial empire in the east. It turned out to be something of a farce. The Kangaroos finished the league season undefeated and easily won the Singapore league title. However, with dwindling support and resources, the experiment proved to be a financial disaster and Perth Kangaroos IFC soon folded.