List of A-League honours
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This is a list of A-League honours achieved since the inaugural season of the league. The following details honours won by A-League clubs and those awarded to players, managers and referees of the competition.
Note that honours achieved by the following clubs were achieved under a different name due to a change in the clubs name: Brisbane Roar formally Queensland Roar prior to the 2009–10 season, and Melbourne City formally Melbourne Heart prior to the 2014–15 season.
- 1 Club honours
- 2 Individual honours
- 3 See also
- 4 References
- 5 External links
The club that finishes first on the A-League table is crowned A-League Premiers.
The club that wins the A-League Grand Final in the finals series is crowned A-League Champions.
|Regular season||Finals series|
|Central Coast Mariners||2||2||1||3||7|
|Western Sydney Wanderers||1||2||3||3|
|Gold Coast United||2|
|North Queensland Fury|
|New Zealand Knights|
|Bold denotes club still competing in the A-League.|
Fair Play Award
The Fair Play Award goes to the team with the fewest points on the fair play ladder at the conclusion of the regular season.
|1 point||Yellow Card|
|2 points||Second Caution Red Card|
|3 points||Direct Red Card|
Goal of the Year
Goalkeeper of the Year
The Golden Boot is presented to the player who scores the most goals during the season. Only regular A-League matches in the regular season are counted. In recent years this has been between Round 1 and Round 27. Prior to season 2009–10 the season finished in Round 21.
Joe Marston Medal
Johnny Warren Medal
The Johnny Warren Medal, named after the late former Socceroo and media advocate Johnny Warren, is presented to the player who is deemed to be the best player overall at the end of the season as judged by his fellow players. Each player in the A-League votes three times over the season: after Round 9, Round 18 and Round 27. Players are not allowed to vote for players from their own team. The format was changed for the 2015–16 season, with a panel featuring former players, media, referees and technical staff, who voted on each regular-season match.
Coach of the Year
Referee of the Year
Young Footballer of the Year
The Young Footballer of the Year award is awarded to a youth (under 23) player judged by a panel of experts to be the best young performer throughout the season.
Foreign Player of the Year
The Foreign Player of the Year award was awarded to an international player judged by a panel of experts to be the best performer throughout the season. As of 2012 it has no longer been awarded.
|2008–09||Charlie Miller|| Brisbane Roar
|2009–10||Carlos Hernández||Melbourne Victory|
|2010–11||Marcos Flores||Adelaide United|
|2011–12||Thomas Broich||Brisbane Roar|
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- "The great Archie Thompson by the numbers". Melbourne Victory. 30 April 2016.
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- "Melbourne Victory win dramatic A-League grand final over Adelaide". Fox Sports. 28 February 2009.
- "Sydney FC claims second A-League title in tense grand final". The Australian. 21 March 2010.
- Davidson, John (5 August 2015). "Mat Ryan: Aussie history-maker sets his sights on starting spot". The Roar.
- Clarke, Laine (22 April 2012). "A-League mistakenly awards Joe Marston medal to Thomas Broich instead of rightful winner Jacob Burns". Fox Sports.
- Habashy, Angela (21 April 2013). "Daniel McBreen keen to extend stay with Central Coast as a dream season ends in grand final glory". Fox Sports.
- Stannard, Damien (4 May 2014). "Thomas Broich praises teammates after being honoured with Joe Marston Medal". The Courier-Mail.
- Hassett, Sebastian (5 May 2014). "Wanderers' Iacopo La Rocca takes little comfort from Marston Medal". The Sydney Morning Herald.
- "Melbourne Victory captain Mark Milligan wins Joe Marston medal". The Guardian. 17 May 2015.
- Kemp, Emma (1 May 2016). "Isaias awarded Joe Marston Medal". Seven Sport.
- "Trio head tight race for Johnny Warren Medal". SBS. 26 April 2016. Retrieved 26 April 2016.