2012–13 in Australian soccer

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Soccer in Australia
Season 2012–13
Men's soccer
A-League Premiership Western Sydney Wanderers
A-League Championship Central Coast Mariners
W-League Premiership Brisbane Roar
W-League Championship Sydney FC
National Youth League Melbourne Victory
2011–12 Australia 2013–14

The following article is a summary of the 2012–13 soccer season in Australia.

Domestic leagues[edit]

A-League[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Western Sydney Wanderers 27 18 3 6 41 21 +20 57 2014 AFC Champions League Group stage
2 Central Coast Mariners (C) 27 16 6 5 48 22 +26 54
3 Melbourne Victory 27 13 5 9 48 45 +3 44 2014 AFC Champions League Qualifying play-off[a]
4 Adelaide United 27 12 5 10 38 37 +1 41 2013 A-League Finals Series
5 Brisbane Roar 27 10 5 12 33 29 +4 35
6 Perth Glory 27 9 5 13 29 31 −2 32
7 Sydney FC 27 9 5 13 41 51 −10 32
8 Newcastle Jets 27 8 7 12 30 45 −15 31
9 Melbourne Heart 27 8 3 16 31 40 −9 27
10 Wellington Phoenix[b] 27 7 6 14 31 49 −18 27
Updated to match(es) played on 30 March 2013. Source: ultimatealeague.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. ^ Since the winner of 2013 A-League Grand Final (Central Coast Mariners) qualified for the 2014 AFC Champions League Group stage, the 3rd placed team qualified for the qualifying play-off of 2014 AFC Champions League.
  2. ^ Wellington Phoenix cannot qualify for the 2014 AFC Champions League as they are not recognised as an AFC club.

Finals[edit]

Elimination Finals   Semi Finals   Grand Final
                   
      Western Sydney Wanderers 2  
Adelaide United 1     Brisbane Roar 0  
Brisbane Roar 2       Western Sydney Wanderers 0
    Central Coast Mariners 2
      Central Coast Mariners 1
Melbourne Victory (a.e.t.) 2     Melbourne Victory 0  
Perth Glory 1  

W-League[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Brisbane Roar 12 8 2 2 28 15 +13 26 Qualification to Finals series
2 Perth Glory 12 7 3 2 34 20 +14 24
3 Melbourne Victory 12 7 2 3 26 14 +12 23
4 Sydney FC (C) 12 6 2 4 30 24 +6 20
5 Canberra United 12 5 3 4 25 20 +5 18
6 Western Sydney Wanderers 12 4 1 7 19 23 −4 13
7 Newcastle Jets 12 1 3 8 15 33 −18 6
8 Adelaide United 12 2 0 10 12 40 −28 6
Updated to match(es) played on 13 January 2013. Source: au.soccerway.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.


Finals[edit]

Semifinals Finals
      
2 Perth Glory 1 (3)
3 Melbourne Victory (p) 1 (4)
Melbourne Victory 1
Sydney FC 3
1 Brisbane Roar 2
4 Sydney FC 3

National Youth League[edit]


Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Melbourne Victory Youth (C) 18 12 1 5 57 20 +37 37
2 Central Coast Mariners Academy 18 12 1 5 38 28 +10 37
3 Newcastle Jets Youth 18 10 1 7 54 36 +18 31
4 Brisbane Roar Youth 18 9 3 6 39 34 +5 30
5 Perth Glory Youth 18 8 1 9 45 45 0 25
6 Melbourne Heart Youth 18 8 1 9 32 34 −2 25
7 Western Sydney Wanderers Youth 18 7 4 7 29 41 −12 25
8 Adelaide United Youth 18 6 4 8 35 42 −7 22
9 Sydney FC Youth 18 6 3 9 41 46 −5 21
10 AIS Football Program 18 2 1 15 23 58 −35 7
Updated to match(es) played on 3 March 2013. Source: au.soccerway.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.

International club competitions[edit]

AFC Champions League[edit]

Brisbane Roar[edit]

Brisbane Roar qualified for a playoff spot as winners of the 2012 A-League Grand Final.[1]

Central Coast Mariners[edit]

Central Coast Mariners entered in the Group stage as 2011–12 A-League Premiers.[1]


International Women's Club Championship[edit]

The winners of the 2011-12 season Canberra United participated in the 2012 International Women's Club Championship, known as the Mobcast Cup for sponsorship reasons, the first edition of this tournament hosted by the JFA.[2]

Canberra United finished in fourth place (out of four teams), suffering two losses.

National teams[edit]

Men's senior[edit]

Friendlies[edit]

EAFF East Asian Cup[edit]

World Cup qualifying[edit]

Men's under-20[edit]

Friendlies[edit]

AFC U-22 Championship qualification[edit]

AFF U-19 Youth Championship[edit]

AFC U-19 Championship[edit]

FIFA U-20 World Cup[edit]

Men's under-17[edit]

Friendlies[edit]

AFC U-16 Championship[edit]

Women's senior[edit]

Friendlies[edit]

EAFF Women's East Asian Cup[edit]

Women's under-20[edit]

Friendlies[edit]

Women's under-17[edit]

Friendlies[edit]

AFC U-16 Women's Championship qualification[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "AFC cuts Champions League slots". Football Federation Australia. 29 November 2012. Archived from the original on 1 November 2014.
  2. ^ "International women's club championship set for November". JFA. 18 October 2012.
  3. ^ "FIFA decision on Iraq matches". Asian Football Confederation. 23 September 2011. Retrieved 23 September 2011.

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