Australian A-League Clubs

Want to keep up with all of the latest news and info on your favorite Australian A-League club? Want to read up on your club’s opponent ahead of a big league clash?

We’ve compiled links to the official club sites and newssquad,fixtures/results, and W-League sections for each A-League club so that you don’t miss a single bit of important info.

The A-League is the premier Australasian domestic Association football (soccer) competition. Run by Australian governing body Football Federation Australia, it was founded in 2004 and staged its inaugural season in 2005-06.

It is sponsored by Hyundai Motor Company Australia, and is therefore officially known as the Hyundai A-League.
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Australian A-League

     
Revenue: n/a
Average Attendance
(2007/2008):
14,160
TV Deal: $AUD 17.1m/season – Fox Sports (7 year deal till 2013)
 
         LEAGUE LINKS  
            A-League Website
            A-League News
            A-League Fixtures/Results 
            A-League Ladder
       

 

Adelaide United

Ground: Hindmarsh Stadium CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 16,500 (15,500 seated)     Official Website
Pitch: 110×78 yards     News
Founded: 2003     Squad
City: Adelaide, South Australia     Fixtures / Results
Owner: Nick Bianco     W-League Site
Financials: n/a    

 

Central Coast Mariners

Ground: Blue Tongue Stadium CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 20,119     Official Website
Pitch: n/a     News
Founded: 2004     Squad
City: Gosford, New South Wales     Fixtures / Results
Owner: Peter Turnbull
(Majority Shareholder)
    W-League Site
Financials: n/a    

 

Melbourne Victory

Ground: Telstra Dome CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 56,347     Official Website
Pitch: n/a     News
Founded: 2004     Squad
City: Melbourne, Victoria     Fixtures / Results
Owner: Melbourne Victory Ltd.     W-League Site
Financials: n/a    

 

Newcastle Jets

Ground: EnergyAustralia Stadium CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 26,126     Official Website
Pitch: n/a     News
Founded: 2000     Squad
City: Newcastle, New South Wales     Fixtures / Results
Owner: Con Constantine     W-League Site
Financials: n/a    

 

Perth Glory

Ground: Members Equity Stadium CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 17,288     Official Website
Pitch: n/a     News
Founded: 1996     Squad
City: Perth, Western Australia     Fixtures / Results
Owner: Tony Sage & Brett McKeon     W-League Site
Financials: n/a    

 

Queensland Roar

Ground: Suncorp Stadium CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 52,500     Official Website
Pitch: n/a     News
Founded: 2005     Squad
City: Brisbane, Queensland     Fixtures / Results
Owner: n/a     W-League Site
Financials: n/a    

 

Sydney FC

Ground: Sydney Football Stadium CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 45,500     Official Website
Pitch: n/a     News
Founded: 2004     Squad
City: Sydney, New South Wales     Fixtures / Results
Owner: n/a     W-League Site
Financials: n/a    

 

Wellington Phoenix

Ground: Westpac Stadium CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 36,000     Official Website
Pitch: n/a     News
Founded: 2007     Squad
City: Wellington, New Zealand     Fixtures / Results
Owner: Terry Serpisos    
Financials: n/a    

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EXPANSION CLUBS

Entering the competition in the 2009/10 Season.
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Gold Coast United

Ground: Skilled Park CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 27,000     Official Website
Pitch: n/a     News
Founded: 2008    
City: Gold Coast, Queensland    
Owner: Clive Palmer    
Financials: n/a    

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North Queensland Fury

Ground: Dairy Farmers Stadium CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 25,000    n/a 
Pitch: n/a    
Founded: 2008    
City: Townsville, Queensland    
Owner: Don Matheson    
Financials: n/a    



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W-LEAGUE CLUBS

W-League teams are associated with A-League teams except in the case of Canberra United.
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Canberra United

Ground: Belconnen Soccer Center CLUB LINKS
Capacity: 2,000    W-League Site
Pitch: n/a    
Founded: 2008    
City: Canberra, ACT    
Owner: n/a    
Financials: n/a    

 

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