Featuring all things Australian football find the latest Isuzu UTE A-League news, fixtures, scores and results on the official Isuzu UTE A-League website.
The A-League was established in 2004 by Football Federation Australia (FFA) as a successor to the National Soccer League (NSL) and competition commenced in August 2005. The league is currently contested by twelve teams; eleven based in Australia and one based in New Zealand.
Australian A-League. Regular Season. 1 MBC Melbourne City FC. 2 SYD Sydney FC. 3 CCM Central Coast Mariners. 4 BRI Brisbane Roar. 5 ADE Adelaide United. 6 MFC Macarthur FC. 7 WEL Wellington ...
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This season in the Australian league: Melbourne City are leading the table in the Australian league and are 2 points clear off Sydney FC in second position, and 7 points ahead of 3rd-place Central Coast . Sydney FC have won their last 5 matches. 61% of Central Coast's conceded goals were conceded at home.
View the Australian A-League 2020-2021 standings on FOXSports.com. Table includes games played, points, wins, draws, & losses for your favorite teams!
Australian A-League Men fixtures - ESPN. Australian A-League Men Schedule. Choose a League. Show All Leagues; UEFA Champions League
Australiafootball.com is the ideal website for all the latest news in the world of soccer, both in the A-league and the W-league. The site also has a section dedicated to all the breaking news regarding the Socceroos, making it easy to keep up to date with the fortunes of the Australian national team.
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The Australian soccer league system is the league structure for soccer clubs in Australia. The league system in Australia since 1977 has involved one top divisional league controlled by Football Australia and many leagues run within each state below. The National Soccer League stood from 1977–2004 as the top nationwide tier above the current state-based league systems, in 2005, the A-League was
Australian soccer clubs in the AFC Champions League. Records of the Australian A-League clubs in the AFC Champions League. The Western Sydney Wanderers are the only Australian side to win the competition, while Adelaide United are the only Australian side to have made the final but lost.