The 2007 A-League Grand Final took place at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia, on 18 February 2007. The match was contested by premiers Melbourne Victory and Adelaide United. A game most prominently remembered for its goals had it all with Adelaide United playing over half the game with ten men after their captain Ross Aloisi was sent off after 34 minutes. After the game coach John Kosmina heavily criticized the refereeing of the match and coupled with other issues saw him forced to resign by the Adelaide board.
Melbourne prevailed 6-0 in the equal greatest win in A-League history, and the greatest ever deficit in any Australian soccer Grand Final, including the old NSL. The match also set the Largest Sporting attendance at Docklands Stadium of 55,436 people. Archie Thompson scored five goals, just the sixth ever A-League hat-trick and the most goal by an individual in any A-League match. This performance earned him the Joe Marston Medal.