A-League is a professional-level men’s soccer league in Australia and New Zealand. The league comes into existence in April 2004 that is 17 years ago by Football Federation Australia (FFA). The league has a total of 12 teams taking part in league. Check A-League 2021-22 Fixtures, Start Date, Team List, Transfer Updates.
11 teams are from Australia whereas 1 team is from New Zealand. The current champions of the league are Melbourne City which is the first title whereas the most successful team of the league is the Sydney FC which has a total of 5 winning titles.
The tournament for the A-League 2021 will be starting this October and the matches will be taking place till May 2022. Check out more details about the A-League 2021-22 start date, team list, transfer updates, fixtures, broadcasting here on this page.
The tournament for the years 2021-22 will start this October. The first match of A.League 2021 will take place on October 29, 2021.
The fixtures will continue to take place till May 28, 2022.
The entire list for the fixtures will be announced soon by the association of the tournament. Till then make sure to stick around this space more details of the fixtures list.
We will soon be updating you here with the schedule of fixtures.
A-League 2021-2022 will have 12 participating teams in the club. These are the clubs from Australia and New Zealand. Here is the list of all the clubs that will be taking part in the tournament.
|Adelaide United||Adelaide||Coopers Stadium||16,500|
University of Tasmania Stadium
|Sydney FC||Sydney||Sydney Cricket Ground|
Netstrata Jubilee Oval
|Perth Glory||Perth||HBF Park||20,500|
|Newcastle Jets||Newcastle||McDonald Jones Stadium||33,000|
|Melbourne Victory||Melbourne||AAMI Park||30,050|
|Melbourne City||Melbourne||AAMI Park||30,050|
|Macarthur FC||Sydney||Campbelltown Stadium||20,000|
|Central Coast Mariners||Gosford||Central Coast Stadium||20,059|
|Brisbane Roar||Brisbane||Moreton Daily Stadium||11,500|
This season too witnesses the transfer of the players in the clubs taking part in the league. There are a lot of transfers that took place this season in almost all the clubs of the league.
However, take a look at the Transfer updates for the season here on this page
|Player||Moving From||Moving To|
|Matthew Millar||Newcastle Jets||Unattached|
|Roy O’Donovan||Newcastle Jets||Unattached|
|Ali Abbas||Newcastle Jets||Unattached|
|Storm Roux||Melbourne Victory||Unattached|
|Max Crocombe||Melbourne Victory||Unattached|
|Nigel Boogaard||Newcastle Jets||Retired|
|Mathew Leckie||Unattached||Melbourne City|
|Mark Milligan||Macarthur FC||Retired|
|Stefan Marinovic||Wellington Phoenix||Hapoel Nof HaGalil|
|Max Burgess||Western United||Sydney FC|
|Andrew Durante||Western United||Retired|
|Ulises Davila||Wellington Phoenix||Macarthur FC|
|Neil Kilkenny||Perth Glory||Unattached|
|Alou Kuol||Central Coast Mariners||VfB Stuttgart|
|Jack Simmons||Newcastle Jets||Unattached|
|Luka Prso||Newcastle Jets||Osijek|
|Nicholas D’Agostino||Perth Glory||Unattached|
|Craig Noone||Melbourne City||Macarthur FC|
|Macaulay Gillesphey||Brisbane Roar||Plymouth Argyle|
|Tete Yengi||Newcastle Jets||Unattached|
|Joe Champness||Brisbane Roar||Newcastle Jets|
|Riku Danzaki||Brisbane Roar||Consadole Sapporo|
The matches of the tournament will be telecasting live globally on the official broadcasting partners. The fans of the tournament from Australia can enjoy the telecasting of the matches on Network 10. Paramount+ will be telecasting the matches in Australia and New Zealand.
New Zealand will also be streaming matches on the Three. The channels that will be telecasting matches on the Pacific Islands are Pasifika TV, Australia TV. The other channel that will be telecasting the matches in Southeast Asia is beIN Sports.
ESPN+ will be telecasting the matches in the United States BT Sport will stream the matches in Ireland and the United Kingdom,
The regions where the broadcasting is unavailable will stream the matches on YouTube.