A-League 2011-2012

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Mark Schwarzer at a soccer match

Introduction

The A-League is the first league of the Australian football. Football is to be seen here in the sense of soccer. Because of the interests of the sponsor, the league is also called Hyundai A-League. The new season started at the 8th of October 2011. Due to respect for other sports final matches of the AFL and NRL the start date was replaced from August to October.

Active clubs

Club Town Founded Stadion Seats Winner
Adelaide United FC Adelaide, South Australia 2003 Hindmarsh Stadium 17.000 2005/06
Brisbane Roar FC Brisbane, Queensland 1957 Suncorp Stadium 52.500 2010/11
Central Coast Mariners FC Gosford, NSW 2004 Central Coast Stadium 20.119 2007/08
Gold Coast United Gold Coast, Queensland 2008 Skilled Park 27.400
Melbourne Heart FC Melbourne, Victoria 2008 AAMI Park 30.050
Melbourne Victory FC Melbourne, Victoria 2004 Telstra Dome 56.347 2006/07
2008/09
Newcastle Jets FC Newcastle, NSW 2000 EnergyAustralia Stadium 26.164
Perth Glory FC Perth, Western Australia 1996 nib Stadium
(formerly knows as: ME Bank Stadium)
17.288
Sydney FC Sydney, NSW 2004 Sydney Football Stadium 45.500 2009/10
Wellington Phoenix FC Wellington (New Zealand) 2007 Westpac Stadium 34.500

Non active clubs

This clubs take no part at this season. But they took pate in the past or were on discussion for the future.

Club Town Founded Terminated Information
North Queensland Fury Townsville, Queensland 2008 2011 No participation for the first time at season 2011/12
Sydney Rovers Sydney, NSW 2009 Since foundation no participation at the A-League
Planned to be in 2011 (Text only available in German!)

Tables 2011/12

Table after round 26

Rank Club Matches Goals Points
1 Central Coast Mariners FC 27 40:15 51
2 Brisbane Roar FC 27 50:28 49
3 Perth Glory FC 27 40:35 43
4 Wellington Phoenix FC 27 34:32 40
5 Sydney FC 27 37:42 38
6 Melbourne Heart FC 27 35:34 37
7 Newcastle Jets FC 27 38:41 35
8 Melbourne Victory FC 27 35:43 29
9 Adelaide United FC 27 26:44 25
10 Gold Coast United 27 30:42 21

→ Matches at round 26

Tables after all rounds

→ Tables after all rounds

Timetable 2011/12

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All time information are given in EDT (Eastern Daylight Time).
(It is UTC plus 11 hours.)

Matches at round 26

Date Time Host Guest Result
23.03.2012 20:00 Adelaide United FC Melbourne Heart FC 1:1
24.03.2012 21:30 Perth Glory FC Melbourne Victory FC 4:2
25.03.2012 14:00 Wellington Phoenix FC Central Coast Mariners FC 1:2
25.03.2012 16:00 Sydney FC Newcastle Jets FC 3:2
25.03.2012 18:30 Gold Coast United Brisbane Roar FC 1:2

→ Table after round 26

Matches at Final 1

Date Time Host Guest Result
31.03.2012 Brisbane Roar FC Central Coast Mariners FC 2:0
08.04.2012 Central Coast Mariners FC Brisbane Roar FC 2:3

→ Table after Final 1

Matches at Final 2

Date Time Host Guest Result
07.04.2012 Perth Glory FC Wellington Phoenix FC 2:0

→ Table after Final 2

Matches at Final 3

Date Time Host Guest Result
14.04.2012 Central Coast Mariners FC Perth Glory FC 3:5

→ Table after Final 3

Matches at Grand Final

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All time information are given in EDT (Eastern Daylight Time).
(It is UTC plus 11 hours.)

Timetable for all matches

→ Timetable for all matches

See also

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