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Australia flagAustralian National Anthem
National Coach: Holger Osieck
National Stadium: Stadium Australia
FA founded: 1961 ( FA Website )
Joined FIFA: 1963
FIFA Code: AUS
Nickname: Socceroos
Local Name: Australia
Capital: Canberra
Population: 21,007,310
Area: 7,686,850 km2
Tel: +61 / Internet: .au
Currency: Australian Dollar (AUD) - Rates
Domestic Season: August - February
Local Time and WeatherLatest Australian Football News
List of Australian League and Cup Winners

Australian Football League System
An overview of the football league system in Australia with a list of the clubs and stadia in each division. Click on the + symbols to reveal the manager/coach, chairman/president, nickname, year of foundation and a link to the website for each Australian football club.

Level: 1 A-League view 10 Teams
Level: 2 Other Australian Clubs view 2 Teams
A-League
Adelaide United Hindmarsh Stadium (17,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Josep Gombau
Chairman / President: Greg Griffin
Founded in: 2003 (Nickname: The Reds)
View Adelaide United homepage
Brisbane Roar Suncorp Stadium (52,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Mike Mulvey
Chairman / President: Dali Tahir
Founded in: 2005 (Nickname: The Roar)
View Brisbane Roar homepage
Former name: Queensland Roar
Central Coast Mariners Bluetongue Central Coast Stadium (20,119) [-]
Manager / Coach: Phil Moss
Chairman / President: Peter Turnbull
Founded in: 2004 (Nickname: Mariners)
View Central Coast Mariners homepage
Melbourne Heart Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (30,050) [-]
Manager / Coach: John Aloisi
Chairman / President: Peter Sidwell
Founded in: 2008 (Nickname: Heart)
View Melbourne Heart homepage
Melbourne Victory Docklands Stadium (56,347) [-]
Manager / Coach: Ange Postecoglou
Chairman / President: Anthony Di Pietro
Founded in: 2004 (Nickname: Dark Blues)
View Melbourne Victory homepage
Newcastle United Jets Newcastle International Sports Centre (33,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Gary Van Egmond
Chairman / President: Ray Baartz
Founded in: 2000 (Nickname: Jets)
View Newcastle United Jets homepage
Perth Glory Perth Oval (20,441) [-]
Manager / Coach: Alistair Edwards
Chairman / President: Tony Sage
Founded in: 1996 (Nickname: Glory)
View Perth Glory homepage
Sydney Sydney Football Stadium (45,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Frank Farina
Chairman / President: Scott Barlow
Founded in: 2004 (Nickname: Sky Blues)
View Sydney homepage
Wellington Phoenix Westpac Stadium (34,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Ernie Merrick
Chairman / President: Rob Morrison
Founded in: 2007 (Nickname: The Nix)
View Wellington Phoenix homepage
Based in New Zealand but playing in the Australian league.
Western Sydney Wanderers Parramatta Stadium (21,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Tony Popovic
Chairman / President: Lyall Gorman
Founded in: 2012 (Nickname: The Wanderers)
View Western Sydney Wanderers homepage

Other Australian Clubs
Gold Coast United Robina Stadium (27,000) [-]
Manager / Coach:
Chairman / President:
Founded in: 2008 (Nickname: )
View Gold Coast United homepage
Dissolved in 2012.
Northern Fury Willows Sports Complex (26,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Gareth Edds
Chairman / President: Dean Hassall
Founded in: 2008 (Nickname: Fury)
View Northern Fury homepage
Formerly known as: North Queensland Fury but dissolved in 2011 and reformed in 2012.

There is no true ‘football pyramid’ in Australia, with full promotion/ relegation,
as there is no promotion/relegation between the A-League and the state leagues.


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Brisbane Roar
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Sydney FC
Melbourne Victory
Newcastle United Jets
Melbourne Victory
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Perth Glory
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Olympic Sharks
Wollongong Wolves
Wollongong Wolves
South Melbourne
South Melbourne
Brisbane Strikers
Melbourne Knights
Melbourne Knights
Adelaide City
Marconi Fairfield
Adelaide City
South Melbourne
Sydney Olympic
 

Other links – Other major clubs

Brisbane Strikers – Ballymore Stadium ()
Marconi Stallions – Marconi Stadium (11,500)
Melbourne Knights – Knights Stadium (15,000)
South Melbourne – Bob Jane Stadium (14,000)
Sydney United – Sydney United Sport Centre (12,000)

Thanks to Rob Child for all the info.


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