A-League all-time records

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This is a list of the all-time A-League records since the inaugural season of the league in 2005. This list encompasses records set by players, managers and clubs. The club records section includes details of record match results, points, goals and titles. Attendance records are also included in the list. The all-time A-League table is a cumulative record of all match results, points and goals of every team that has played in the league. The player records section includes details of the league's leading goalscorers and those who have made most appearances. It also records notable achievements by players.

Note that records set by the following clubs were achieved under a different name due to a change in the clubs name: Brisbane Roar formerly Queensland Roar prior to the 2009–10 season, and Melbourne City formerly Melbourne Heart prior to the 2014–15 season.

Club records

Titles

Wins

Losses

Draws

Goals

Points

Scorelines

Attendances

Further information: A-League attendance

All-time A-League table

The all-time A-League table is a cumulative record of all match results, points and goals of every team that has played in the A-League since its inaugural season. Teams in bold are part of the 2015–16 A-League. Numbers in bold are the record (highest either positive or negative) numbers in each column.[1]

Updated 19 April 2015

Pos Club Seasons Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Avg pts
1 Brisbane Roar[1] 11 295 134 71 90 453 352 +101 473 1.60
2 Melbourne Victory 11 291 128 77 86 473 378 +95 460 1.58
3 Adelaide United 11 294 122 70 102 422 376 +46 436 1.48
4 Sydney FC[2] 11 289 113 78 98 419 388 +31 414 1.43
5 Central Coast Mariners 11 296 112 77 107 403 396 +7 413 1.40
6 Perth Glory 11 283 97 66 120 384 415 -31 357 1.26
7 Newcastle Jets 11 287 92 70 125 332 426 -94 346 1.21
8 Wellington Phoenix 9 240 83 50 107 314 372 -58 299 1.25
9 Melbourne City[2] 6 169 55 45 69 238 250 -12 210 1.24
10 Western Sydney Wanderers 4 114 50 24 40 159 140 +19 174 1.53
11 Gold Coast United 3 88 31 25 32 113 112 +1 118 1.34
12 North Queensland Fury 2 57 12 15 30 57 106 -49 51 0.89
13 New Zealand Knights 2 42 6 7 29 28 86 -58 25 0.60


Regular season matches only

Updated 7 July 2016

Club Seasons Avg Rank Pld W D L W% D% L% GF GA GD Pts Avg Pts
BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar 11 4.5 276 123 68 85 44.6 24.6 30.8 420 328 92 437 1.58
MVCicon.png Melbourne Victory 11 4.1 276 120 74 82 43.5 26.8 29.7 448 366 82 434 1.57
WSWicon.png Western Sydney Wanderers 4 3.5 108 47 24 37 43.5 22.2 34.3 148 127 21 165 1.53
ADLicon.png Adelaide United 11 4.4 276 117 67 92 42.4 24.3 33.3 403 346 57 418 1.51
SYDicon.png Sydney FC [a] 11 4.7 276 109 74 93 39.5 26.8 33.7 401 368 33 401 1.45
CCMicon.png Central Coast Mariners 11 4.6 276 105 73 98 38.0 26.4 35.5 384 373 11 388 1.41
GCUicon.png Gold Coast United 3 5.6 84 29 24 31 34.5 28.6 36.9 109 109 0 111 1.32
PERicon.png Perth Glory [b] 11 6.9 276 95 64 117 34.4 23.2 42.4 374 405 -31 349 1.26
WELicon.png Wellington Phoenix 9 7.0 234 81 50 103 34.6 21.4 44.0 304 359 -55 293 1.25
MCYicon.png Melbourne City 6 6.9 165 53 45 67 32.1 27.3 40.6 233 243 -10 204 1.24
NEWicon.png Newcastle Jets 11 6.6 276 88 67 121 31.9 24.3 43.8 320 413 -93 331 1.20
NQFicon.png North Queensland Fury 2 8.5 57 12 15 30 21.1 26.3 52.6 57 106 -49 51 0.89
NZKicon.png New Zealand Knights 2 10.0 42 6 7 29 14.3 16.7 69.0 28 86 -58 25 0.60
  1. ^ Sydney FC were deducted 3 points in the 2006/07 season for breaching the salary cap in the 2005/06 season.
  2. ^ Perth Glory were relegated to 7th position in the 2014/15 season for breaching the salary cap in the 2014/15 season.


Finals matches only

Updated 7 July 2016

Club Q Q% Pld W D L W% D% L% GF GA GD Pts Avg Pts Pen C R
MVCicon.png Melbourne Victory 8 72.7 17 10 2 5 58.8 11.8 29.4 31 12 19 32 1.88 0-1 3 1
BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar 8 72.7 19 12 2 5 63.2 10.5 26.3 33 24 9 38 2.00 1-0 3 -
SYDicon.png Sydney FC 7 63.6 15 6 3 6 40.0 20.0 40.0 22 24 -2 21 1.40 1-0 2 1
CCMicon.png Central Coast Mariners 7 63.6 20 7 2 11 35.0 10.0 55.0 19 23 -4 23 1.15 0-2 1 3
ADLicon.png Adelaide United 8 72.7 19 5 3 11 26.3 15.8 57.9 20 33 -13 18 0.95 1-0 1 2
NEWicon.png Newcastle Jets 4 36.4 11 5 2 4 45.5 18.2 36.4 12 13 -1 17 1.55 1-1 1 -
WSWicon.png Western Sydney Wanderers 3 75.0 6 3 0 3 50.0 0 50.0 11 11 0 9 1.50 - - 3
PERicon.png Perth Glory 4 36.4 7 3 0 4 42.9 0 57.1 10 10 0 9 1.29 1-1 - 1
GCUicon.png Gold Coast United 2 66.7 4 2 0 2 50.0 0 50.0 4 3 1 6 1.50 0-1 - -
WELicon.png Wellington Phoenix 4 44.4 7 3 0 4 42.9 0 57.1 11 14 -3 9 1.29 1-0 - -
MCYicon.png Melbourne City 3 50.0 5 2 0 3 40.0 0 60.0 5 10 -5 6 1.20 - - -

Player records

Appearances

Danny Vukovic has made the most A-League appearances.
As of 4 May 2016
Rank Player Appearances
1 Australia Danny Vukovic 250
2 New Zealand Andrew Durante 246
3 Australia Nikolai Topor-Stanley 236
4 Australia Eugene Galekovic 230
5 Malta John Hutchinson 228
6 Australia Mark Bridge 225
7 Australia Archie Thompson 224
8 Australia Matt Thompson 221
9 Australia Tarek Elrich 218
10 Australia Leigh Broxham 208

Goals

Archie Thompson is the leading A-League goalscorer.
As of 4 May 2016
Rank Player Goals
1 Australia Archie Thompson 90
2 New Zealand Shane Smeltz 89
3 Albania Besart Berisha 81
4 Australia Mark Bridge 58
5 Australia Alex Brosque 52
6 Indonesia Sergio van Dijk 50
7 Australia Bruce Djite 45
8 Australia Matt Simon 44
9 Costa Rica Carlos Hernández 43
10 Australia Daniel Allsopp 42

Disciplinary

Goalkeepers

Other individual records

Managers

Further information: List of A-League managers

See also

Notes

^ Includes statistics from the club under its former name, Queensland Roar
^ Includes statistics from the club under its former name, Melbourne Heart

References

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