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Aptly nicknamed the 'toilet seat', the A-League trophy is actually an impressive piece of kit close up, but in the lexicon of famous football championship bling, it's a definite flop.
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Duke Wanderers 14 3 9 B. Fornaroli Perth 13 0 6 U. McGree Adelaide Utd 10 1 7 R. O'Donovan Newcastle 10 3 7 O. Toivonen Mel Victory 10 1 9 B.
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At the completion of the regular season the top six placed teams on the league table progress to the finals series. The position of each team is determined by the highest number of points accumulated during the regular season.
If two or more teams are level on points, the following criteria are applied in order until one of the teams can be determined as the higher ranked: .
The top six clubs at the conclusion of the regular season progress to the finals series. The club that wins the grand final is presented with the A-League Trophy.
The finals series consists of six teams who are placed by rank, as determined at the end of the regular season. The finals series runs over three weeks, with all games being sudden death, leading to a sudden-death grand final to decide the overall A-League competition.
The first and second placed teams at the conclusion of the regular season are rewarded with a bye in the first week of the Finals Series and the advantage of hosting each of their semi-finals in the second week of the finals series.
While deciding the A-League competition with a finals series is not consistent with overseas football competitions, it is consistent with the other major football codes in Australia and is also consistent with the A-League's predecessor, the National Soccer League NSL.
Of the two grand finalists, the team that finished higher on the ladder at the conclusion of the regular season hosts the grand final.
The only exception to this is if the FFA deems that team's home ground to be an inappropriate. A-League clubs are eligible for participation in the AFC Champions League competition each season since the edition of the tournament.
Qualification is determined by league finishing positions and who wins the A-League Grand Final, and the number of positions determined by the Asian Football Confederation club competition ranking.
It is unlikely the A-League will receive more than 3 positions until the competition expands beyond 10 teams. Since clubs also compete in the annual FFA Cup knock-out tournament.
In and an A-League All Stars Game was also played as a pre-season friendly game between the league's finest players and a high-profile international team.
Most A-League clubs have teams in the National Youth League Y-League , which runs in conjunction with the A-League as a national youth developmental and reserve league.
All players in the youth teams are between the ages of 16 and 21 as of the start of the calendar year for each new season, while four over-age players from each of the senior teams also allowed to be selected.
In addition, the W-League operates as the top division of women's league with affiliations to the men's competition.
A total of 15 teams have competed at some stage in the league's short history. Unlike most leagues from across the world, there is no system for promotion and relegation of teams.
The A-League system thus shares some franchising elements with most other professional leagues in Australia, Major League Soccer , and other major North American-based sports leagues.
League member Former member Future member. While making a relatively modest start to ensure future stability, both the FFA and the soccer media indicated significant interest in expanding the league.
The eight foundation clubs had exclusivity clauses for their respective cities valid for five years, but this did not exclude teams from other areas joining the league.
In February , officials announced that the league would expand to 12 teams for the —20 season. There are several key rivalries and local derbies that have formed in the A-League, including:.
Melbourne City known at the time as Melbourne Heart came out on top with a 2—1 victory. The rivalry is one of the most intense and well respected in the A-League, producing noticeable atmosphere and some of the largest attendances in the league.
The match will always be marred by the 10th minute sending off of Adelaide United striker Cristiano, which ultimately contributed to the loss. The two clubs were also involved in the first and only occasion in the A-League during the —09 A-League season, where they both finished on the top of the ladder equal on both points and goal difference.
The rivalry between both sets of fans remains very strong. Sydney FC grabbed bragging rights by winning the first derby 1—0 at Parramatta Stadium ,  however Western Sydney Wanderers won the return match at Allianz Stadium 2—0.
A Sydney Derby held early in the season broke the Allianz Stadium record for attendance during a regular season in any football code, dating back to the stadium's opening in A Big Blue match is traditionally played on Australia Day each year.
The two teams' stadiums are just one hour apart, and the derby was intensified when they competed against each other for the premiership in the —08 A-League season and eventually met in the Grand Final , which was won 1—0 by the Jets.
This is considered to be the longest distance regular top-flight domestic league fixtures in professional soccer. This distinction was previously held by Zenit St Petersburg and Luch Vladivostok in the Russian Premier League , before the latters' relegation in The two teams have had two tense finals games in the A-League, most recently with Perth Glory winning a finals match in —12 in extra time.
The rivalry was formally resurrected in the —16 A-League season by means of awarding a new trophy called the Long Distance Derby Cup , based on the cumulative results from the 3 league games for the season.
The logo formed part of a wider rebranding branding of the A-League and its subsidiary competitions, the W-League and Youth League.
The logo design was "inspired by football's three outstanding features — atmosphere, diversity and unity" and has colour alterations tailored to each of the 10 A-League clubs.
It was the inaugural logo of the league. The two-toned ochre colours represented the sun, earth and desert while the 'glow' emanating from the centre of the logo depicted the playing season's spring and summer time span.
The eight 'A' figures that made up the ball shape represented the eight foundation clubs of the league.
Both pieces of silverware were designed by Sydney design company D3 Design. Clive Solari of D3 Design explained the trophy's design, saying "We wanted our trophy concept to embody the historical significance of sport in a contemporary design.
So we looked to history to see how great achievements have been rewarded across all types of games for thousands of years. The winners of the world's original sporting competition, the Olympic Games , were presented with a laurel wreath on their heads.
We used this model as a basis for a unique, cutting-edge design — our trophy is a modern and versatile translation of the wreath.
The winners can hold it above their heads as a symbol of success". The A-League does not award prizemoney. The A-League match-day squad includes the typical 11 players, and five substitutes of which one must be a goalkeeper.
Prior to the —14 season , just four substitutes including one goalkeeper were allowed to be named in the starting line-ups for the teams.
An A-League squad must comprise a minimum of 20 players with a maximum of 26, subject to several limitations.
Within the squad there can be a maximum of five "foreign" or " Visa " players, from outside Australia and New Zealand, in the case of Wellington Phoenix , that hold a temporary working-visa.
Three players in the squad must also be under 20 years of age. In addition to these three under 20 players, clubs are allowed to sign an additional three youth players onto full-time contracts at a lower pay rate than the rest of the squad.
Although A-League clubs have restricted salaries salary cap , the league allows each club to have two "marquee" players whose salaries are exempt from the cap, plus a number of other 'exemptions' or 'allowances' to incentivise clubs to spend in specific areas.
Guest players are also excluded for up to a maximum of 14 league matches. From the —09 season, A-League clubs have been permitted a junior marquee player; one that is under the age of Additionally, clubs are now permitted a mature-age rookie whose wages are outside the salary cap.
The —17 season saw the introduction of a third 'Full Season Guest Marquee' spot, designed to attract high-profile players on short-term deals.
The salary cap applies to the 20 to 23 players that clubs have registered to their A-League player roster, the top 2 highest paid players Designated Players don't count in the cap.
Unless specifically exempt, all payments and benefits e. The Mature Age rookie exemption was removed for this season and the Loyalty Player rules were changed to players registered at a club for more than 4 consecutive years as a professional; Year 4 — Teams can spend an unlimited amount on 4 U Australian players who have come from the youth team, called Homegrown Players.
Teams can sign up to 9 U players on minimum wage called Scholarship Players who don't count in the squad unless they are one of the 3 U21's in the squad.
A-League games have been played in 33 stadiums since the inaugural season of the A-League in Hindmarsh Stadium , the home of Adelaide United , is currently the smallest used in the A-League, with a capacity of 16, Docklands Stadium , one of the homes of Melbourne Victory , has the greatest seating capacity 56, of any stadium currently used by an A-League club.
Since its formation, the A-League has been sponsored by an official naming rights partner. In , Hyundai renewed its initial contract with FFA for another four seasons until , and that contract was further extended by four seasons until As of the end of the —20 regular season, 14 different clubs have competed in the league, with six having won the trophy, and seven winning at least one premier's plate.
Brisbane Roar hold the record for the longest unbeaten run in the competition with 36 league matches without defeat. Henrique was the first, and so far only, player to score a hat-trick coming on as a substitute, for Brisbane Roar against Newcastle Jets.
In , Austrian striker Marc Janko broke the record for scoring in consecutive matches when he scored in seven games for Sydney FC. Ten simulcasted the Fox Sports coverage of the Saturday night fixture on its digital multichannel Ten Boss.
In New Zealand the league has been broadcast on Sky Sport since its inaugural season. From —20 season, the league also broadcast on Qatari beIN Sports after Sky ink four-year partnership for extensive soccer coverage, especially the A-league.
For the —15 Season, the A-League was broadcast in countries. The A-League has been promoted using a number of different advertising slogans and strategies since its inception.
The theme for the campaign was: "Football, but not as you know it". A new television advertisement was created for the start of the —08 season , which debuted on Foxtel's program Total Football.
It was filmed at Bob Jane Stadium in Melbourne. Other campaigns include the "90 minutes, 90 emotions", which was used for two seasons from to and was accompanied by the music track "My People" from Australian act The Presets.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Australian premier association football league. This article is about the professional soccer league in Australia.
For the former North American league, see A-League — See also: List of A-League seasons. See also: A-League Finals. See also: List of A-League clubs.
Adelaide United. Brisbane Roar. Central Coast Mariners. Macarthur FC. Melbourne City. Melbourne Victory. Newcastle Jets. Perth Glory. Sydney FC.
Wellington Phoenix. Western United. Western Sydney Wanderers. Main article: Expansion of the A-League. Main article: List of A-League stadiums.
See also: List of Australian soccer champions. Main article: A-League all-time records. The World Game Downunder. W Won 2 - 0 against Perth Glory on August 26th D Drew 2 - 2 against Adelaide United on August 11th L Lost 0 - 3 against Newcastle Jets on August 13th L Lost 0 - 1 against Perth Glory on August 22nd W Won 2 - 1 against Melbourne Victory on July 29th D Drew 1 - 1 against Wellington Phoenix on August 5th L Lost 0 - 4 against Melbourne Victory on August 8th W Won 1 - 0 against Wellington Phoenix on August 22nd D Drew 1 - 1 against Wellington Phoenix on July 25th W Won 5 - 3 against Perth Glory on July 30th W Won 3 - 0 against Wellington Phoenix on August 13th W Won 1 - 0 against Wellington Phoenix on July 31st L Lost 1 - 3 against Perth Glory on August 4th Krishna Wellington 18 4 8 A.
Le Fondre Sydney 16 4 10 A. Keogh Perth 15 0 6 K. Barbarouses Mel Victory 14 2 6 O. Toivonen Mel Victory 13 0 10 R.
O'Donovan Newcastle 11 1 5 A. Taggart Brisbane 11 3 7 D. Williams Wellington 11 1 6 C. Bonevacia Wanderers 7 1 4 A.
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