W-League records and statistics

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This is a list of W-League records and statistics.

Club honours[edit]

Champions[edit]

This is a list of W-League champions, that is, all the clubs that have won the finals series (play-offs) of the W-League. The winning team is crowned as the W-League Champion.

Season Grand Final Date Winning Team Score Losing Team Location GF Attendance
2008–09 17 January 2009 BrisbaneRoarColours.png Queensland Roar (1) 2–0 Canberra United FC.jpg Canberra United Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane 4,554
2009 19 December 2009 SYDicon.png Sydney FC (1) 3–2 BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar Toyota Stadium, Sydney 1,439
2010–11 12 February 2011 BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar (2) 2–1 SYDicon.png Sydney FC Campbelltown Stadium, Campbelltown 1,872
2011–12 28 January 2012 Canberra United FC.jpg Canberra United (1) 3–2 BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar McKeller Park, Canberra 2,512
2012–13 27 January 2013 SYDicon.png Sydney FC (2) 3–1 MelbourneVictoryColours.png Melbourne Victory AAMI Park, Melbourne 4,181
2013–14 23 February 2014 MelbourneVictoryColours.png Melbourne Victory (1) 2–0 BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar Lakeside Stadium, Melbourne 2,504
2014 21 December 2014 Canberra United FC.jpg Canberra United (2) 3–1 PerthGloryColours.png Perth Glory nib Stadium, Perth 2,671
2015–16 31 January 2016 MelbourneCityColours.png Melbourne City (1) 4–1 SYDicon.png Sydney FC AAMI Park, Melbourne 4,206
2016–17 12 February 2017 MelbourneCityColours.png Melbourne City (2) 2–0 PerthGloryColours.png Perth Glory nib Stadium, Perth 4,591

The numbers in brackets indicate the number of championships won by a team.

Premiers[edit]

This is a list of W-League premiers, that is, all the teams that have won the premiership of the W-League. The team which finishes first on the table at the completion of the regular season is crowned W-League Premiers.

Season Premier Runner-up
2008–09 BrisbaneRoarColours.png Queensland Roar (1) NewcastleJetsColours.png Newcastle Jets
2009 SYDicon.png Sydney FC (1) CentralCoastColours.png Central Coast Mariners
2010–11 SYDicon.png Sydney FC (2) BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar
2011–12 Canberra United FC.jpg Canberra United (1) BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar
2012–13 BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar (2) PerthGloryColours.png Perth Glory
2013–14 Canberra United FC.jpg Canberra United (2) SYDicon.png Sydney FC
2014 PerthGloryColours.png Perth Glory (1) MelbourneVictoryColours.png Melbourne Victory
2015–16 MelbourneCityColours.png Melbourne City (1) Canberra United FC.jpg Canberra United
2016–17 Canberra United FC.jpg Canberra United (3) PerthGloryColours.png Perth Glory

The numbers in brackets indicate the number of premierships won by a team.

Summary[edit]

# Club Grand Final Regular Season Playoffs
Champions Runners-up Premiers Runners-up Qualifiers
1 Brisbane Roar [1] 2 3 2 2 7
2 Sydney FC 2 2 2 1 9
3 Canberra United 2 1 3 1 8
4 Melbourne City 2 - 1 - 2
5 Melbourne Victory 1 1 - 1 5
6 Perth Glory - 2 1 2 3
7 Central Coast Mariners - - - 1 1
8 Newcastle Jets - - - 1 1
9 Adelaide United - - - - -
10 Western Sydney Wanderers - - - - -

Individual honours[edit]

Julie Dolan Medal[edit]

The medal is awarded annually to the player voted to be the best player in the Women's Football League in Australia, named after former Matildas Captain and football administrator Julie Dolan. 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.[1] The award was also presented for the best player in the previous Women's National Soccer League prior to the W-League. The following table contains only the winners of the medal during the W-League era, for a complete list of winners see Julie Dolan Medal.

Year Winner Club Reference
2008–09 Lana Harch Queensland Roar
2009 Michelle Heyman Central Coast Mariners [2]
2010–11 Kyah Simon Sydney FC [3]
2011–12 Sally Shipard Canberra United [4]
2012–13 Clare Polkinghorne Brisbane Roar [5]
2013–14 Tameka Butt Brisbane Roar [6]
2014 Emily van Egmond Newcastle Jets [7]
2015–16 Ashleigh Sykes Canberra United [8]
2016–17 Samantha Kerr Perth Glory [9]

Young Player of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Club Reference
2009 Elise Kellond-Knight
Ellyse Perry
Brisbane Roar
Canberra United
[2]
2010–11 Kyah Simon Sydney FC [3]
2011–12 Ashley Brown Melbourne Victory [4]
2012–13 Steph Catley Melbourne Victory [5]
2013–14 Steph Catley Melbourne Victory [6]
2014 Amy Harrison Sydney FC [7]
2015–16 Larissa Crummer Melbourne City [8]
2016–17 Remy Siemsen Sydney FC [9]

FMA Player of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Club Reference
2012–13 Samantha Kerr Sydney FC [10]
2013–14 Jess Fishlock Melbourne Victory

Player's Player of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Club Reference
2009 Samantha Kerr Perth Glory [2]
2010–11 Kyah Simon Sydney FC [11]
2011–12 Lydia Williams Canberra United [4]
2012–13 Tameka Butt Brisbane Roar [5]
2013–14 Jess Fishlock Melbourne Victory [6]
2014 Samantha Kerr Perth Glory [7]
2015–16 Kim Little Melbourne City [8]

Goalkeeper of the Year (Golden Glove)[edit]

Year Winner Club Reference
2009 Jillian Loyden Central Coast Mariners [2]
2010–11 Lydia Williams Canberra United [3]
2011–12 Lydia Williams Canberra United [4]
2012–13 Mackenzie Arnold Canberra United [5]
2013–14 Melissa Barbieri Adelaide United [6]
2014 Mackenzie Arnold Perth Glory [7]
2015–16 Kaitlyn Savage Adelaide United [8]
2016–17 Lydia Williams Melbourne City [9]

Golden Boot[edit]

Year Winner Club goals Reference
2008–09 Leena Khamis Sydney FC 7
2009 Michelle Heyman Central Coast Mariners 11 [2]
2010–11 Kyah Simon Sydney FC 12 [3]
2011–12 Michelle Heyman Canberra United 15 [4]
2012–13 Kate Gill Perth Glory 11 [5]
2013–14 Jodie Taylor Sydney FC 10 [6]
2014 Kate Gill Perth Glory 12 [12]
2015–16 Larissa Crummer Melbourne City 11 [8]
2016–17 Ashleigh Sykes Canberra United 12 [13]

Goal of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Club Reference
2009 Samantha Kerr Perth Glory [2]
2010–11 Heather Garriock Sydney FC [3]
2011–12 Racheal Quigley Adelaide United [4]
2012–13 Emily van Egmond Newcastle Jets [5]
2013–14 Sally Shipard Canberra United [6]
2014 Ashleigh Sykes Canberra United [7]
2015–16 Vanessa DiBernardo Perth Glory [8]
2016–17 Samantha Kerr Perth Glory [9]

Coach of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Club Reference
2009 Ray Junna
Stephen Roche
Canberra United
Central Coast Mariners
[2]
2010–11 Alen Stajcic Sydney FC [3]
2011–12 Jitka Klimková Canberra United [4]
2012–13 Mike Mulvey Melbourne Victory [5]
2013–14 Alen Stajcic Sydney FC [6]
2014 Peter McGuinness Newcastle Jets [7]
2015–16 Craig Deans Newcastle Jets [8]
2016–17 Bobby Despotovski Perth Glory [9]

Referee of the Year[edit]

Year Winner Reference
2009 Kate Jacewicz [2]
2010–11 Kate Jacewicz [3]
2011–12 Kate Jacewicz [5]
2012–13 Kate Jacewicz [5]
2013–14 Casey Reibelt [6]
2014 Kate Jacewicz [7]
2015–16 Kate Jacewicz [8]
2016–17 Kate Jacewicz [9]

Fair Play Award[edit]

Year Winner Reference
2009 Canberra United
Sydney FC
[2]
2010–11 Melbourne Victory [3]
2011–12 Melbourne Victory
Canberra United
[4]
2012–13 Sydney FC [5]
2013–14 Brisbane Roar FC
Melbourne Victory
Newcastle Jets[6]
[6]
2014 Adelaide United [7]
2015–16 Melbourne City [8]
2016–17 Adelaide United [9]

Club records[edit]

Biggest victories[edit]

Goals Home Team Score Away Team Date Round, Season
11 Sydney FC 11–0 Perth Glory 3 December 2011 Round 7, 2011–12 W-League
9 Western Sydney Wanderers 1–10 Perth Glory 5 October 2014 Round 4, 2014 W-League
8 Adelaide United 10–2 Western Sydney Wanderers 14 January 2017 Round 12, 2016–17 W-League
6 Adelaide United 0–6 Central Coast Mariners 6 December 2008 Round 7, 2008–09 W-League
Brisbane Roar 6–0 Perth Glory 31 October 2009 Round 5, 2009 W-League
Sydney FC 6–0 Adelaide United 1 November 2009 Round 5, 2009 W-League
Adelaide United 0–6 Central Coast Mariners 14 November 2009 Round 7, 2009 W-League
Newcastle Jets 0–6 Brisbane Roar 5 December 2009 Round 10, 2009 W-League
Newcastle Jets 7–1 Adelaide United 8 January 2011 Round 9, 2010–11 W-League
Melbourne Victory 6–0 Newcastle Jets 7 December 2013 Round 4, 2013–14 W-League
Sydney FC 8–2 Perth Glory 5 January 2014 Round 7, 2013–14 W-League
Sydney FC 0–6 Melbourne City 18 October 2015 Round 1, 2015–16 W-League

Highest aggregate scores[edit]

Goals Home Team Score Away Team Date Match, Season
12 Sydney FC 5–7 Perth Glory 15 December 2012 Round 9, 2012–13 W-League
Adelaide United 10–2 Western Sydney Wanderers 14 January 2017 Round 12, 2016–17 W-League
11 Sydney FC 11–0 Perth Glory 3 December 2011 Round 7, 2011–12 W-League
Western Sydney Wanderers 1–10 Perth Glory 5 October 2014 Round 4, 2014 W-League
10 Sydney FC 8–2 Perth Glory 5 January 2014 Round 7, 2013–14 W-League
9 Canberra United 7–2 Perth Glory 14 January 2017 Round 12, 2016–17 W-League
8 Perth Glory 3–5 Queensland Roar 7 December 2008 Round 7, 2008–09 W-League
Adelaide United 2–6 Sydney FC 28 November 2009 Round 9, 2009 W-League
Newcastle Jets 7–1 Adelaide United 8 January 2011 Round 9, 2010–11 W-League
Brisbane Roar 6–2 Adelaide United 22 December 2012 Round 10, 2012–13 W-League
Newcastle Jets 2–6 Brisbane Roar 4 January 2014 Round 7, 2013–14 W-League
Melbourne Victory 5–3 Western Sydney Wanderers 21 September 2014 Round 2, 2014 W-League

W-League streaks[edit]

Includes finals matches to 14/1/2017
Longest Undefeated Streak
Team No. From To
Queensland Roar [1] 18 8 November 2008 28 November 2009
Melbourne City 18 18 October 2015 4 December 2016
Canberra United 16 22 October 2011 17 November 2012
Sydney FC 14 10 October 2009 27 November 2010
Brisbane Roar 12 13 November 2010 5 November 2011
Sydney FC 12 12 January 2013 29 January 2014
Brisbane Roar 9 12 November 2011 28 January 2012
Melbourne Victory 9 16 November 2013 1 February 2014
Canberra United 8 15 November 2008 17 January 2009
Perth Glory 8 1 February 2014 25 October 2014
Longest Winless Streak
Team No. From To
Adelaide United 34 15 November 2008 17 December 2011
Newcastle Jets 19 24 November 2012 13 September 2014
Newcastle Jets 12 28 December 2008 6 November 2010
Adelaide United 12 3 January 2016 14 January 2017
Western Sydney Wanderers 11 4 January 2014 12 October 2014
Adelaide United 10 11 January 2014 19 October 2014
Melbourne Victory 9 10 January 2016 14 January 2017
Western Sydney Wanderers 8 1 November 2014 1 November 2015
Adelaide United 7 27 October 2012 15 December 2012
Western Sydney Wanderers 7 16 December 2012 14 December 2013
Melbourne Victory 7 29 October 2014 13 November 2015

Player records[edit]

Top Scorers Of All Time[edit]

As of 12 February 2017[14]

Rank Seasons Name Playing For: Total
AdelaideUnitedColours.png
AU
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BR
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CU
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CCM
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MC
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MV
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NUJ
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PG
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SFC
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WS
1 2008–09 — Present Australia Michelle Heyman 46 11 57
2 2008–09 — Present Australia Tameka Butt 48 48
3 2008–092014 Australia Kate Gill 6 36 42
4 2008–09 — Present Australia Samantha Kerr 27 13 40
2008–09 — Present Australia Kyah Simon 5 35
6 2008–09 — Present Australia Leena Khamis 38 38
7 2008–09 — Present Australia Ashleigh Sykes 37 37
8 2008–09 — Present Australia Lisa De Vanna 4 3 11 5 10 33
9 2008–09 — Present Australia Marianna Tabain 10 20 30
10 2009 — Present Australia Emily Gielnik 28 28
11 20092015–16 Australia Tara Andrews 26 26
12 2008–09 — Present Australia Racheal Quigley 17 8 25
13 2010–112013–14 England Jodie Taylor 14 10 24
114 2008–09 — Present Australia Caitlin Munoz 22 22
15 2009 — Present Australia Katrina Gorry 1 15 5 21
2013–14 — Present Australia Rosie Sutton 5 16
17 2009 — Present Australia Caitlin Foord 6 13 19
18 2008–09 — Present Australia Nicola Bolger 3 14 17
2008–092012–13 Australia Ellie Brush 17
2008–092012–13 Australia Renee Rollason 3 14

Most Goals In A Match[edit]

Goals Player Match Date Match, Season
5 Kate Gill Western Sydney Wanderers v Perth Glory 5 October 2014 Round 4, W-League 2014
4 Tara Andrews Newcastle Jets v Adelaide United 8 January 2011 Round 9, W-League 2010
Ashleigh Sykes Canberra United v Perth Glory 14 January 2017 Round 12, W-League 2016-17

Most hat-tricks[edit]

Hat Tricks Player Match Date Season
3 Australia Michelle Heyman Adelaide United v Central Coast Mariners 14 November 2009 Round 7, 2009 W-League
Perth Glory v Canberra United 7 November 2010 Round 1, 2010–11 W-League
Canberra United v Perth Glory 29 October 2011 Round 2, 2011–12 W-League
Australia Tameka Butt Newcastle Jets v Brisbane Roar 5 December 2009 Round 10, 2009 W-League
Perth Glory v Brisbane Roar 19 November 2011 Round 5, 2011–12 W-League
Brisbane Roar v Canberra United 12 January 2013 Round 12, 2012–13 W-League
2 Australia Kyah Simon Perth Glory v Sydney FC 9 January 2011 Round 9, 2010–11 W-League
Newcastle Jets v Sydney FC 23 December 2012 Round 10, 2012–13 W-League
Australia Caitlin Friend Melbourne Victory v Adelaide United 19 November 2011 Round 5, 2011–12 W-League
Melbourne Victory v Newcastle Jets 7 December 2013 Round 4, 2013–14 W-League
Australia Lisa De Vanna Sydney FC v Perth Glory 15 December 2012 Round 9, 2012–13 W-League
Newcastle Jets v Melbourne Victory 25 January 2014 Round 10, 2013–14 W-League
Australia Kate Gill Newcastle Jets v Perth Glory 10 November 2012 Round 4, 2012–13 W-League
Western Sydney Wanderers v Perth Glory (5 goals) 5 October 2014 Round 4, 2014 W-League
Australia Rosie Sutton Perth Glory v Sydney FC 17 November 2012 Round 5, 2012–13 W-League
Melbourne Victory v Adelaide United 8 November 2015 Round 4, 2015–16 W-League

Fastest hat-tricks[edit]

Minutes Player Match Date Match, Season
11 New Zealand Sarah McLaughlin Adelaide United v Western Sydney Wanderers 20 October 2012 Round 1, 2012–13 W-League
Australia Kate Gill Western Sydney Wanderers v Perth Glory 5 October 2014 Round 4, W-League 2014
16 Australia Michelle Heyman Canberra United v Perth Glory 29 October 2011 Round 2, 2011–12 W-League
Australia Leena Khamis Sydney FC v Perth Glory 3 December 2011 Round 7, 2011–12 W-League
26 Australia Renee Rollason Sydney FC v Perth Glory 3 December 2011 Round 7, 2011–12 W-League
27 Australia Ashleigh Sykes Canberra United v Perth Glory (last 3 goals) 14 January 2017 Round 12, W-League 2016-17
30 Australia Amy Jackson Melbourne Victory v Adelaide United 12 October 2014 Round 5, W-League 2014
Mexico Sofia Huerta Adelaide United v Western Sydney Wanderers 14 January 2017 Round 12, W-League 2016-17
32 Australia Tameka Butt Brisbane Roar v Canberra United 12 January 2013 Round 12, 2012–13 W-League
33 Australia Tara Andrews Newcastle Jets v Adelaide United 8 January 2011 Round 9, 2010–11 W-League

Season records[edit]

Winners Performances[edit]

Total Honours Club W-League Champions W-League Premiers
Total Seasons Total Seasons
5 Canberra United FC.jpg Canberra United 2 2011–12, 2014 3 2011–12, 2013–14, 2016–17
4 BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar [1] 2 2008–09, 2010–11 2 2008–09, 2012–13
4 SYDicon.png Sydney FC 2 2009, 2012–13 2 2009, 2010–11
3 MelbourneCityColours.png Melbourne City 2 2015–16, 2016–17 1 2015–16
1 MelbourneVictoryColours.png Melbourne Victory 1 2013–14 0
1 PerthGloryColours.png Perth Glory 0 1 2014

All-time W-League ladders[edit]

Regular season matches[edit]

As of the end of round 14, 2016–17 season, ranked by average points per game

Position Club Seasons Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Prem RUp WSp Avg
1 MelbourneCityColours.png Melbourne City 2 24 18 2 4 57 18 +39 56 1 0 0 2.33
2 Canberra United FC.jpg Canberra United 9 100 55 20 25 204 115 89 185 3 1 0 1.85
3 SYDicon.png Sydney FC 9 100 56 15 29 216 132 84 183 2 1 0 1.83
4 BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar [1] 9 100 54 18 28 187 120 69 180 2 2 0 1.80
5 CentralCoastColours.png Central Coast Mariners 2 20 11 1 8 39 27 12 34 0 1 0 1.70
6 PerthGloryColours.png Perth Glory 9 100 45 11 44 169 199 −30 146 1 2 0 1.46
7 MelbourneVictoryColours.png Melbourne Victory 9 100 41 17 42 157 140 17 140 0 0 2 1.40
8 NewcastleJetsColours.png Newcastle Jets 9 100 25 18 57 132 205 −73 93 0 1 2 0.93
9 SydneyWanderersColours.png Western Sydney Wanderers 5 60 15 10 35 79 142 −63 55 0 0 1 0.92
10 AdelaideUnitedColours.png Adelaide United 9 100 17 18 65 112 254 −142 69 0 0 4 0.69

Finals matches[edit]

(Updated 12 February 2017)

Position Club Finals Series Pld W D L GF GA GD Pen. Champ RUp
1 BrisbaneRoarColours.png Brisbane Roar [1] 7 12 4 4 4 17 17 0 3–1 2 3
2 SYDicon.png Sydney FC 9 12 6 2 4 25 25 0 0–2 2 2
3 Canberra United FC.jpg Canberra United 8 11 4 2 5 11 14 −3 1–1 2 1
4 MelbourneCityColours.png Melbourne City 2 4 3 1 0 7 1 6 1–0 2 0
5 MelbourneVictoryColours.png Melbourne Victory 5 7 2 2 3 8 12 −4 1–1 1 1
6 PerthGloryColours.png Perth Glory 3 5 2 1 2 10 7 3 0–1 - 2
7 CentralCoastColours.png Central Coast Mariners 1 1 0 - 1 0 1 −1 - - -
NewcastleJetsColours.png Newcastle Jets 1 1 0 - 1 0 1 −1 - - -

League milestones[edit]

Milestone Player Match Date Season
1st Goal Leena Khamis Perth Glory v Sydney FC 25 October 2008 (Round 1 – 2008–09 W-League)
100th Goal Marianna Tabain Sydney FC v Perth Glory 13 December 2008 (Round 8 – 2008–09 W-League)
200th Goal Michelle Heyman Adelaide United v Central Coast Mariners 14 November 2009 (Round 7 – 2009 W-League)
300th Goal Catherine Cannuli Sydney FC v Adelaide United 20 November 2010 (Round 3 – 2010–11 W-League)
400th Goal Michelle Heyman Canberra United v Perth Glory 29 October 2011 (Round 2 – 2011–12 W-League)
500th Goal Marianna Tabain Perth Glory v Newcastle Jets 14 January 2012 (Round 12 – 2011–12 W-League)
600th Goal Jessica McDonald Adelaide United v Melbourne Victory 1 December 2012 (Round 7 – 2012–13 W-League)
700th Goal Jasmin Courtenay Newcastle Jets v Melbourne Victory 13 January 2013 (Round 12 – 2012–13 W-League)
800th Goal Caitlin Foord Sydney FC v Perth Glory 5 January 2014 (Round 7 – 2013–14 W-League)
900th Goal Demi Koulizakis Western Sydney Wanderers v Canberra United 14 September 2014 (Round 1 – 2014 W-League)
1000th Goal Tameka Butt Brisbane Roar v Adelaide United 8 November 2014 (Round 9 – 2014 W-League)
1st Hat-Trick Sandra Scalzi Adelaide United v Newcastle Jets 31 October 2008 (Round 2 – W-League 2008-09)
25th Hat-Trick Kate Gill Western Sydney Wanderers v Perth Glory 5 October 2014 (Round 4 – W-League 2014)
1st Yellow Card Ella Mastrantonio Perth Glory v Sydney FC 25 October 2008 (Round 1 – W-League 2008-09)
1st Red Card Lisa Hartley Canberra United vs Central Coast Mariners 9 November 2008 (Round 3 – W-League 2008-09)

Notes[edit]

^1 Includes statistics from the club under its former name, Queensland Roar.

References[edit]