Australian A-League



2004 (14 years old)

First Recorded Event




Alternate Names

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Upcoming Events
Adelaide United - Newcastle Jets (Friday 23rd March)
Central Coast Mariners - Sydney FC (Saturday 24th March)
Melbourne City FC - Western Sydney Wanderers FC (Saturday 24th March)
Wellington Phoenix - Brisbane Roar FC (Sunday 25th March)
Perth Glory - Melbourne Victory (Sunday 25th March)
Perth Glory - Sydney FC (Thursday 29th March)
Adelaide United - Wellington Phoenix (Friday 30th March)
Brisbane Roar FC - Central Coast Mariners (Saturday 31st March)
Melbourne Victory - Western Sydney Wanderers FC (Saturday 31st March)
Newcastle Jets - Melbourne City FC (Sunday 01st April)

Latest Results
Melbourne Victory 5 - 2 Central Coast Mariners (Sunday 18th March)
Wellington Phoenix 0 - 1 Newcastle Jets (Saturday 17th March)
Sydney FC 1 - 2 Brisbane Roar FC (Saturday 17th March)
Adelaide United 1 - 1 Melbourne City FC (Friday 16th March)
Western Sydney Wanderers FC 4 - 1 Wellington Phoenix (Saturday 10th March)
Perth Glory 3 - 1 Central Coast Mariners (Saturday 10th March)
Western Sydney Wanderers FC 1 - 1 Perth Glory (Sunday 04th March)
Newcastle Jets 2 - 1 Sydney FC (Saturday 03rd March)
Brisbane Roar FC 1 - 0 Adelaide United (Saturday 03rd March)
Melbourne City FC 1 - 2 Melbourne Victory (Friday 02nd March)


The A-League is a professional men's soccer league, run by Football Federation Australia (FFA). At the top of the Australian league system, it is the country's primary competition for the sport. The A-League was established in 2004 as a successor to the National Soccer League (NSL) and competition commenced in August 2005. The league is currently contested by ten teams; nine based in Australia and one based in New Zealand. It is known as the Hyundai A-League (HAL) through a sponsorship arrangement with the Hyundai Motor Company.

Seasons run from October to May and include a 27-round regular season and an end-of-season finals series playoff tournament involving the highest-placed teams, culminating in a grand final match. The winner of the regular season tournament is dubbed 'premier' and the winner of the grand final is 'champion'. This differs from the other major football codes in Australia, where 'premier' refers to the winner of the grand final and the winner of the regular season is the 'minor premier'. The A-League's non-standard terminology is reflective of the increased prestige associated with winning the regular season in association football compared to other football codes in Australia. Successful A-League clubs gain qualification into the continental competition, the Asian Football Confederation Champions League (ACL).

Since the league's inaugural season, a total of six clubs have been crowned A-League Premiers and five clubs have been crowned A-League Champions. The current premiers and champions are Brisbane Roar, who won both titles in 2013–14.

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Adelaide United

Brisbane Roar FC

Central Coast Ma

Melbourne City F

Melbourne Victor

Newcastle Jets

Perth Glory

Sydney FC

Wellington Phoen

Western Sydney W

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