2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
0-1-1, 11th in Australian A-League Men
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9dJoey Lynch

Teething issues mar A-League Men's new dawn

The weekend served as a potent reminder that not every premiere is a pretty one. On and off the pitch, this A-Leagues reboot has its question marks.

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14dJoey Lynch and Ante Jukic

A-League Men club-by-club guide

After an offseason of twists and turns, the ALM is finally set to return on Friday. Here's all you need to know ahead of the 2021-22 campaign.

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33dReuters

A-League Men introduces two-leg semifinals

Australia's A-League Men introduces two-leg semi-finals for the playoffs, to give more of an advantage to the top two teams from regular season.

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144dAAP

Alex Wilkinson re-signs with Sydney FC

Alex Wilkinson will return to Sydney FC for another year after signing a new contract that will take him through to the end of the 2021-22 season.

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161dSamantha Lewis

Ninkovic, Davila share Johnny Warren Medal win

In an A-League first, Milos Ninkovic from Sydney FC and Ulises Davila from Wellington Phoenix have been jointly awarded the Johnny Warren Medal.

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161dReuters

Melbourne to host A-League Grand Final at AAMI

Melbourne City will host the A-League Grand Final on Sunday as they look to turn the tables on Sydney FC in a re-match of last year's decider.

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180dAAP

A-League locks in grand final date

The A-League has set the dates for the finals series and grand final and hope Melbourne City will be able to host the finals they're entitled to.

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186dAAP

Le Fondre stars as Sydney thrash Adelaide

Sydney FC produced a stunning performance to trounce 10-man Adelaide United 4-1 at Coopers Stadium, with Adam Le Fondre playing a starring role.

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196dAAP

Sydney up to second with win over Victory

Sydney FC downed Melbourne Victory for the third time this season in a 2-0 win at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.

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200dAAP

Sydney beat Western United amid VAR drama

Sydney FC beat Western United 1-0 after Adam Le Fondre scored a controversial penalty to condemn Mark Rudan's side to their fourth straight.

RankingsAustralian A-League Men

Goal Difference-1Tied-9th
Goals Scored012th
Assists0Tied-10th
Goals Conceded1Tied-2nd