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A-League Table 2019/20 – Results, Standings, Teams, Scores today!

A-League Table 2019/20 - Results, Standings, Teams, Scores today!

A-League Table 2019/20

A-League Table 2019/20!

A-League Table 2019/20 is here for you! Check out the A-League Table 2019/20.

The A-League is one of the few leagues that is still running afloat around the world. They have 11 teams this season with one winner from the grand finale and no relegations.

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A-League teams:

The A-League has 11 teams. Here are the teams:

Sydney FC – They are the table topper right now and are 10 points clear at the top. They are also the defending champions.

Melbourne City FC – The last years semi-finalists are in the second place but their title challenge is all but over.

Wellington Phoenix – It is a club based in New Zealand, who take part in the A-League.

Brisbane Roar – They hold the longest record for ongoing unbeaten with 36 matches.

Perth Glory – They have an arch rivalry with Wellington Phoenix and its something to watch out for!

Western United – Placed right in the middle of the table, they are usually ones who miss out on the finals series.

Adelaide United – They have made it to 5 finals on five different occasions. They have just won two seasons. 

Western Sydney Wanderers FC – The youngest club, in its heyday they have already won the league and the AFC Championship.

Newcastle Jets – Another young club, they were formed in 2000.

Melbourne Victory – They are the most successful and most popular club in the competition.

Central Coast Mariners – Registering just 4 wins throughout the tournament, they are at the bottom of the league standings.

A-League teams – stadiums, city, capacity

Team City Home Ground Capacity
Adelaide United Adelaide Coopers Stadium 16,500
Brisbane Roar Brisbane Suncorp Stadium 52,500
Central Coast Mariners Gosford Central Coast Stadium 20,059
Melbourne City Melbourne AAMI Park 30,050
Melbourne Victory Melbourne Marvel Stadium
GMHBA Stadium
Newcastle Jets Newcastle McDonald Jones Stadium 33,000
Perth Glory Perth HBF Park 20,500
Sydney FC Sydney Sydney Cricket Ground
Jubilee Oval
Leichhardt Oval
Wellington Phoenix Wellington Westpac Stadium 34,500
Western Sydney Wanderers Sydney ANZ Stadium
Spotless Stadium

A-League table – A-League Table 2019/20

A-League Table 2019/20

The A-League table  is here for you:

Teams Played Won Lost Drawn Points Goal Difference
Sydney FC 19 15 2 2 47 26
Melbourne City FC 21 11 6 4 37 7
Wellington Phoenix 20 11 6 3 36 10
Brisbane Roar 21 9 7 5 32 0
Perth Glory 20 8 5 7 31 13
Western United 20 8 9 3 27 6
Adelaide United 21 9 12 0 27 -8
Western Sydney Wanderers FC 20 7 9 4 25 -3
Newcastle Jets 20 5 9 6 21 -13
Melbourne Victory 21 5 11 5 20 -11
Central Coast Mariners 21 4 16 1 13 -27

A-League Scores today – A-League Table 2019/20

Matchday 24 is the latest round of matches. So far these are the results for this latest round:

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Central Cost Mariners 2-4 Melbourne City FC 2020-03-20
Western Sydney Wanderers 1-1 Sydney FC 2020-03-21
Newcastle Jets postponed Wellington Phoenix 2020-03-21
Melbourne Victory postponed Brisbane Roar 2020-03-21
Perth Glory TBP Western United 2020-03-21

A-League tournament format

The customary season runs fundamentally during the Australian summer, from early October to April of the next year. The opposition comprises of 27 rounds, with each group playing each other group multiple times. The groups assigned two home matches against an adversary in one season are distributed one home match against that rival in the accompanying season. Each match sees the triumphant group granted three rivalry focuses, with one point each for a draw. The club at the highest point of this stepping stool is delegated A-League Premiers, and since the 2005–06 season has been gone into the AFC Champions League. The Premier is given a trophy known as the Premier’s Plate.

Toward the fulfillment of the standard season the main six set groups on the class table advancement to the finals arrangement. The situation of each group is dictated by the most elevated number of focuses amassed during the ordinary season. On the off chance that at least two groups are level on focuses, the accompanying criteria are applied all together until one of the groups can be resolved as the higher position.

A-League Table 2019/20

  1. Highest goal difference;
  2. The highest number of goals scored;
  3. Highest number of points accumulated in matches between the teams concerned;
  4. Highest goal difference in matches between the teams concerned;
  5. The highest number of goals scored in matches between the teams concerned;
  6. Lowest number of red cards accumulated;
  7. Lowest number of yellow cards accumulated;
  8. Toss of a coin

A-league fixtures 2019/20 – Finals series

The best six clubs at the finish of the customary season progress to the finals arrangement. The finals arrangement finishes to the A-League excellent last, where the victor is delegated A-League champion and gets a spot in the AFC Champions League. The club that successes the terrific last is given the A-League Trophy.

The finals arrangement comprises of six groups who are set by rank, as decided toward the finish of the customary season. The finals arrangement runs more than three weeks, with all games being unexpected passing, prompting an abrupt demise fabulous last to choose the generally A-League rivalry. The first and second set groups at the finish of the standard season are compensated with a bye in the main seven day stretch of the Finals Series and the benefit of facilitating every one of their semi-finals in the second seven day stretch of the finals series.

While choosing the A-League rivalry with a finals arrangement isn’t predictable with abroad football rivalries, it is steady with the other significant football codes in Australia and is likewise reliable with the A-League’s ancestor, the National Soccer League (NSL).

A-League Table 2019/20

Of the two thousand finalists, the group that completed higher on the stepping stool at the finish of the ordinary season has the terrific last. The main special case to this is if the FFA esteems that group’s home ground to be unseemly. For instance, in 2008, Central Coast Mariners (as the higher-set group) facilitated the terrific last against the Newcastle Jets at Sydney Football Stadium, due to FFA concluding that Central Coast Mariners home arena, Central Coast Stadium with a limit of 20,000, was unreasonably little for the occasion.

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A-League Fixtures 2019/20: Matches, Tables, Schedule, Standings, Scores, Grand Final


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