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R OUN D 1 PR EVIEW WE DID WELL IN THE FFA CUP AND IF IT’S GOOD ENOUGH TO BEAT THE CHAMPION OF LAST YEAR I DON’T KNOW WE’LL SEE.

Adelaide United welcome Sydney FC to Coopers Stadium on Friday night to launch the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 season. Gertjan Verbeek will oversee his first league match in charge as Head Coach and knows his side will be in for a tough test against the defending champions.

Adelaide have not beaten Sydney in their previous nine league meetings and will be determined the new season coincides with a change in fortune. “I think we did well in the pre-season,” Verbeek told reporters at Coopers Stadium in the pre-match press conference. “We did well in the FFA Cup and if it’s good enough to beat the champion of last year I don’t know we’ll see.

“Mirko (Boland) had a difficult season in his first year in Australia and on the wing Ben (Halloran) is getting better and better. “I told him also now that Craig Goodwin is gone he cannot hide anymore and has to perform well and take the young boys by the hand and lead them to success – that’s his new role.” New signing James Troisi has been ruled out from the clash with Verbeek not wanting to rush the attacking midfielder into the side, despite admitting he was in good physical condition. “He played the last time in May and then stopped playing football,” he said.

“And for me I’m excited to start after a very long pre-season.”

“He’s had a personal coach and physically he’s in good shape I have to say, but he trained Saturday for the first time and this week he did all the trainings and made a good impression.

The Dutchman also expected several of his players to build on from what they did last year heading into the new campaign and take their games to another level.

“But it’s too early to select him for the match tomorrow.”

“I think a lot of players learned a lot last year,” he said.

Mirko Boland is also unavailable with a hamstring complaint before the 57-year-old suggested Paul Izzo will start after overcoming a virus.

“(Ryan) Kitto has changed position, his thoughts are now on being a left defender and not on the left wing.

Meanwhile, Sydney FC will be without Andrew Redmayne and Rhyan Grant who are both away on international duty with the Socceroos.

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it better than last year and even Jordan (Elsey) at the end of the season was not a starter any more.

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FINAL 2019 | W E D N E S D AY 2 3 O C T O B E R | COOPERS STADIUM | 7 : 0 0 P M (ACDT) T I C K E T S AVA I L A B L E AT

COOPERS STADIUM HAS MOVED TO CASHLESS As of September 23, Coopers Stadium has moved to becoming a cashless venue. As the venue transitions to 100% cashless services from the start of this season, they understand the need to assist patrons with this transition. For a limited time there will be 2 cash points of sale located in the main kiosk area of the Western Stand and main kiosk of the Eastern Stand to assist with those customers that might bring cash. Note that this service will only operate for a few weeks and we expect service times at those outlets to be slow. This will then cease at which time purchases can only be made via major credit cards, debit cards and mobile pay. Adelaide Venue Management will absorb the standard merchant transaction fees. A D E LA I D E U N I T E D.C O M.A U

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P R EMIER PA RTN ER Flinders University is Adelaide United Football Club's new Premier Partner for the 2019/20 season as part of a ground-breaking initiative to broaden the sport in South Australia. Flinders University will feature on the front of the Reds’ home playing kit from Friday night, when United kicks-off the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 season at Coopers Stadium.

“As part the partnership we have the opportunity to enhance our sports science programs through Flinders University’s knowledge and resources, as well as provide students with unique industry experiences.

Flinders University offers life-changing education opportunities to more than 25,000 students across their multiple campuses, with their Bedford Park campus their main grounds.

“We’re very excited to get this partnership underway and are looking forward to a prosperous relationship.”

This partnership will see the Reds become even more active in the community, including in the southern suburbs. It will also provide Flinders University with more visibility among the thousands of young men and women playing the game at clubs and schools in SA. This exciting partnership will see the Club establish a southern hub for a range of varying operations while also offering unique pathways for Flinders’ students into professional sport. Adelaide United will also have opportunities to access Flinders’ renowned facilities to further its sports science programs. Speaking on the partnership, Adelaide United Chief Executive Officer, Nathan Kosmina, said: “We are thrilled to work with one of the most exciting and ambitious universities in Australia.

Director of the SHAPE Research Centre at Flinders University, Professor Murray Drummond, said: “The agreement with Adelaide United will reinforce Flinders’ position at the forefront of sports science research and for giving our students essential opportunities to work within leading clubs – to benefit from real world experience. “Sport is pivotal to our health and wellbeing, is an important social connector, and is a significant economic driver. “By working with AUFC, Flinders can make advances that will benefit not just Adelaide United’s performance and profile but make a difference across the community. “It all adds up to how Flinders can contribute more to a positive, active, and healthy society.”

“We share many similar values, particularly around sport, education, and the well-being of young people. “We will work together across the South Australian community at various levels. A D E LA I D E U N I T E D.C O M.A U

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JA ME S TR OI S I

Adelaide United is delighted to announce the signing of Australian international, James Troisi, on a two-year contract. Troisi will remain with the Reds until the end of the Hyundai A-League 2020/21 season in what is a massive coup for the Club. The 31-year-old is Head Coach, Gertjan Verbeek’s, fourth new recruit this off-season, bringing a wealth of experience and further pedigree to the team. The Adelaide local left South Australia as a teenager and joined Newcastle United’s youth academy before signing a professional contract with the English Premier League outfit in 2007. Ahead of the 2008/09 campaign, Troisi moved to Süper Lig side Gençlerbirliği SK, before spending the next three years with fellow Turkish top-flight club Kayserispor. In 2012 Troisi signed with Italian giants Juventus before joining Atalanta in a coownership deal. Troisi returned to Australia a year later with Melbourne Victory and netted 12 goals in 27 matches, before heading back overseas with stints in Belgium, Saudi Arabia, and China. He had spent the last three seasons with Victory in his second stint with the club, registering a total of 17 goals and 17 assists in 91 appearances. 8

A versatile footballer, Troisi is capable of operating as an attacking midfielder or as a winger, while having the ability to score and assist goals on a consistent basis.

Director of Football, Bruce Djite, said: “We’re extremely happy to have James become a part of the Adelaide United family for the next two seasons.

Troisi has also received 37 senior caps with the Socceroos and also scored the winning goal in the 2015 Asian Cup Final.

“James is a very talented player and has proven this throughout the course of his impressive career.

“I’m really excited to be returning to Adelaide for the first time to live and play football in about 16 years,” Troisi said. “Adelaide is where I’m from and I’m proud to be joining my hometown club and bringing my family back to where I grew up and my football journey began.

“He has represented some big clubs and has been an important part of many Socceroo campaigns and I am sure he will help bolster our midfield, adding further quality to the team for the upcoming season.

“It was always tough coming up against Adelaide when I played against them in the past but to be lining up in red for the next two seasons is a great feeling. “The team has already been doing very well having made the FFA Cup Final and I’m looking forward to adding to the positive results the Club has had in the A-League season. “The new campaign is starting soon and I’m looking forward to getting underway with my new teammates.” Speaking on bringing Troisi to the Club,

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“James’ exceptional technical ability in possession will be an important attribute, considering Gertjan’s attacking philosophy and the way he wants the team to play.” Troisi, who will wear the number 10 shirt for the Reds, will be available for selection for Round 1 of the Hyundai A-League when United takes on Sydney FC at Coopers Stadium.


HE HAS REPRESENTED SOME BIG CLUBS AND HAS BEEN AN IMPORTANT PART OF MANY SOCCEROO CAMPAIGNS AND I AM SURE HE WILL HELP BOLSTER OUR MIDFIELD, ADDING FURTHER QUALITY TO THE TEAM FOR THE UPCOMING SEASON. A D E LA I D E U N I T E D.C O M.A U


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DANIEL MARGUŠ

MICHAEL MARRONE

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R YA N K I T T O defender

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midfielder

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JORDAN ELSEY defender

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NIKOLA MILEUSNIĆ

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BEN HALLORAN

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KRISTIAN OPSETH

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PAUL IZZO

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GEORGE BLACKWOOD forward

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PACIFIQUE NIYONGABIRE

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LACHLAN BROOK

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VINCE LIA midfielder

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JAMES TROISI

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MICHAËL MARIA forward

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NATHAN KONSTANDOPOULOS

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R IL E Y MCGREE

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KUSINI YENGI forward

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ISSAC RICHARDS goalkeeper

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MIRKO BOLAND midfielder

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CARLO ARMIENTO forward

AL HASSAN TOURE forward

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HEAD COACH: Gertjan Verbeek 1. D a n ie l Ma r guš 2. Mic h a e l Ma r r o n e 4. Ry a n St r a in 5. Mic h a ë l Ma r ia 6. Vin ce L ia 7. Ry a n K it to 8. R il ey Mc G r ee 1 0 . J a m e s Tr ois i 1 1 . Kr is t ia n Ops e t h 1 4 . G eor ge Bl a c kwo o d 1 6 . N a t h a n Kon s t a n d o p o u l o s 1 7. N ikol a Mil e us n ć 1 8 . La c h l a n Br ook 2 0 . Pa ul I z zo ( gk) 2 2 . Mic h a e l J a kobs en 2 3 . J or da n El s ey 2 4 . P a c i f i q u e N i y o n g a b ir e 2 6 . Be n H a l l or a n 2 7. Louis D’Ar r gio 2 9 . Kus in i Ye n gi 3 0 . I s s a c R ic h a r ds 3 1 . M ir ko B o l a n d 3 2 . C a r l o A r m ie n t o 3 5 . Al H a s s a n Tour e

HEAD COACH: Steve Corica 1. And rew Re d m ayne 2. Patri ck F l o ttm ann 3. B e n Warl and 4. Al ex Wi l ki ns o n 5. Al exand e r B aum jo h ann 6. Ryan McGowan 7. Mi ch ae l Zul l o 8. Paul o Re tre 9. Ad am Le F o nd re 10. Mi l o s N i nkovi c 11. Ko s ta B arbaro us e s 12. Tre nt B uh ag i ar 13. B rand o n O'N e i l l 16. J o e l Ki ng 17. Anth o ny Cace re s 18. Luke I vanovi c 19. Ch ri s Zuve l a 20. Th o m as Heward -B e l l e 23. R h yan Grant 24. Marco Ti l i o 25. Ryan Te ag ue 26. Luke B rattan 29. Harry Van d e r S aag 40. Tri s tan Pre nd e rg as t

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PRE -M AT C H S TAT S 17

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REDS ATTEND PL AYFORD UNITED INVITATIONAL Last month members from Adelaide United's senior squad attended the third edition of the Playford United Invitational Soccer Tournament. Hosted by Playford International College, the City of Playford and Adelaide United at Ridley Reserve West in Elizabeth, seven schools from Adelaide’s northern suburbs took part in the event. More than 200 students, girls and boys, from Year’s 8 through to 10, attended the carnival from Playford, St Paul’s, Roma Mitchell, Parafield Gardens, Salisbury East, Para Hills and Craigmore. Playford proved victorious in the Year 8/9 Boys competition, St. Paul’s won the Year 10 Boys section, while in the Year 8/9/10 Girls division Roma Mitchell were triumphant. Riley McGree, Michaël Maria, George Blackwood, Ryan Strain, and Isaac Richards all came down from the Club’s training base to show their support and cheer on the participants, while stopping for photos and signing autographs.

It was a great day all in all with lots of activities from foot dart and foot snooker challenges, to music provided by Northern Sound System, as well as free Chobani yoghurt on offer. Zorich Group sports vouchers were also distributed and Headspace was present to raise awareness about mental health. A delicious BBQ was also cooked by students with Channel 9 coming down to run a story about the event and interviewed McGree and Blackwood which aired during the Saturday night bulletin.

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KARLOVIĆ EXPECTING PLAYERS TO STE P UP “SO FOR ME THEY’VE BEEN IN THE W-LEAGUE FOR THREE TO FOUR YEARS AND I DON’T CONSIDER THEM YOUNG PLAYERS ANYMORE AND THEY NEED TO STEP UP.” 14

Adelaide United Women Head Coach, Ivan Karlović, is back for a third season in charge and determined to secure a finals berth that has eluded the side. The Reds experienced a record-breaking season last year which included their highest points tally in a campaign. However, they heartbreakingly missed on the top four by a point. And with such a long time off between seasons, Karlović intimated it can be difficult to remain patient when the break is extremely long. “The difference for us is our offseason is so long,” Karlović said at the Club’s 2019/20 Season Launch at the Adelaide Convention Centre. “So where the pre-season is long for the men our offseason is seven months so it’s a challenge.”

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Karlović has brought a sense of stability to the team following his arrival which also enabled him to implement a consistent playing style, while retaining the core of the squad. Reds quartet, Emily Condon, Georgia Campagnale, Emily Hodgson, and Chelsie Dawber have all resigned for the upcoming campaign, while Adelaide welcomed two new additions in Matildas prodigy Mary Fowler and her older sister, Young Matildas midfielder, Ciara. Although, one player that will not be back is Emma Checker, with the outgoing Reds Captain remaining in Melbourne due to work commitments. Karlović was confident the players that have experienced a few seasons in the competition to make the step up and become natural leaders. “We have got a lot of young girls that have been at the Club for a while now,” he said. “So for me they’ve been in the W-League for three to four years and I don’t consider them young players anymore and they need to step up.”


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IN DEPTH Q&A Adelaide United chatted to some former Reds stars to get their feelings about the team's chances ahead of the impending Hyundai A-League 2019/20 season. With Adelaide beginning the new campaign against Sydney FC at Coopers Stadium on Friday night, we asked Lucas Pantelis, Robbie Cornthwaite, Fabian Barbiero, Richie Alagich, and Travis Dodd to give their predictions.

LUCAS PANTELIS

What are your thoughts for the upcoming season? I’m quite excited actually. I think with Gertjan (Verbeek) coming in, the excitement of Riley McGree, James Troisi recently and I think now with the guys who have stayed at the club and been there for a few seasons, I think it could potentially be a really good fit this year. What have you made of the new signings? I haven’t seen much of Kristian (Opseth) but he’s come with great credentials. We all know what Riley can do, we know what James Troisi can do. I guess the revelation of (Al Hassan) Toure coming through and obviously Kusini (Yengi) as well. It’s good to see that not only are they Adelaide boys, but they’ve got great potential so I think it’s been a pretty solid recruitment. I think if they all gel I think it can be a really promising year. Key player? That’s a tough one. Obviously before Troisi came you’d put your money on Riley. But now with Troisi coming in (could change that), but I still think Riley is very important and he’s definitely got the credentials to be a really great goal-scoring midfielder who could bag you eight to 10 goals a year which is what you need. But in saying that everyone has got to perform. I think Nikola Mileusnić is going to have a massive year, I think this is his time to shine on the wing. George Blackwood the same. So I think these type of guys, George Blackwood, Nikola Mileusnić, Ryan Kitto, Nathan Konstandopoulos – these young Adelaide boys apart from George – they’ve been in the system now for two or three seasons and now it’s really time for them to shine. And I do think this could be their year to really shine.

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Predicted finish? Definitely I feel top six but I think they should be pushing for top four.

ROBBIE CORNTHWAITE

What are your thoughts for the upcoming season? I think Adelaide has got a good squad and they’re definitely going to be competitive. If they over achieve I think they can be champions but that sort of third to fourth position on the table is probably where they’re looking at. And hopefully in the finals they can kick on from there. What have you made of the new signings? I think the players that they’ve signed are no doubt very, very good quality players. I think they’re going to add a lot to the squad certainly in that midfield now with James Troisi and Riley McGree. They’ve got goals and a real threat going forward. I think they’re solid at the back as well and a couple of finds I suppose with the young guys in Al Hassan Toure bursting onto the scene, he’s going to be one to watch as well. Key player? I think Jordan Elsey is primed for a big, big season. I know there’s probably other people that have come to the club in the last few months that people are talking about. But I think he’s at the right age now to really step up and take control and I think he’s a player that could possibly go onto to bigger and better things if he has one or two good seasons for Adelaide. Predicted finish? I think probably fourth.

FABIAN BARBIERO

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the game here in Australia with local talent and internationals. What have you made of the new signings? I think the latest one was Troisi, so I think that’s a great addition to the squad obviously being an Adelaide boy I think it draws more people to the game and I think that’s the culture of the team here. It’s promoting youth and obviously Adelaide players as well so I think the crowd loves that kind of stuff and the fans get amongst it. Key player? I think Riley McGree, I think he’s got a season in him and I think he’s going to do quite well this season. I think he looks fit and he’s settled in and hopefully he’s going to be a big player I think this year for Adelaide. Predicted finish? I think we’ll be in the top three.

RICHIE ALAGICH

What are your thoughts for the upcoming season? To be honest I’m very curious to see how the squad goes. Some of the other sides have strengthened considerably so it’ll be a challenge. But going on FFA Cup form everything seems to be heading in the right direction.


What have you made of the new signings? I’ve seen two FFA Cup games so it’s difficult to make predictions. But Al Hassan in terms of a young signing has done well. The easy thing is doing it over a couple of games. The hard thing is doing that for a whole season, for two seasons, for three seasons. So that’ll be the test and the depth I think will be tested. Key player? I think James Troisi depending on how he’s able to adjust and fit in, he could be the big key signing of being that creative midfield player. Which obviously losing Isaías is a massive loss and always going to be very, very difficult to fill that void. Of course, they’re different players but having that prominent midfielder will go a long way to helping that. You talk about key signings as well and if you’re bringing in a striker and they’re scoring goals or not scoring goals that has a big impact. Predicted finish? I think they can make the top six and then from there as we have seen the last couple of years, all of you have to do is just make the six and then you’re half a chance. I think that’s where they’ll be certainly looking to finish in the top six and whether that’s first or second that can be irrelevant in a one-off game. So just making the top six and going from there.

TRAVIS DODD

What are your thoughts for the upcoming season? I think recruitment has gone pretty well which is always the starting point for when a new coach comes in for him to be able to build a base on what he wants and how he wants to play. So especially with the last-minute signing of James Troisi I think that’s going to be a great addition to the squad. The squad is coming together really well, pre-season has clearly been good to them making the final of the FFA Cup, and I think that’s a great confidence booster going into the start of the season which is really important to start well. What have you made of the new signings? Riley, whilst he’s young in age he’s a pretty experienced campaigner now – he’s been around for a while now. I think the experience that he’s had overseas now will certainly put him in good stead and certainly expect him to be a vital part to the midfield cog for Adelaide United this season. To be honest I haven’t seen a lot of the new guys, I saw Kristian Opseth in the game against Mariners in the semi-final. Look I think it’s going to take a bit more time for the foreigners to come in and I guess understand the players that’s the biggest thing for any new player regardless if you’re a local or a A D E LA I D E U N I T E D.C O M.A U

foreigner, is to come in an understand your teammates and get a feel for how the team plays. Key player? I think to be honest Riley. I think Riley will be an important part of the puzzle for Adelaide United and I know the coach was pretty vocal recently about losing players to international duty and whether that be the Olyroos or Socceroos or Young Socceroos. So to be potentially be gone for those games (in January at the AFC U-23 Championship) at a pretty important time of the season as well it’s going to be an important job for the coach to be able to mould someone and have somebody that can slip into that role straight away. Predicted finish? I think the difficulty is with a new coach and with new players coming in I would probably err on the side of caution and say that a topfour finish would be ideal. But in saying that if the cup is anything to go by and the results they’ve been able to get – albeit there’s only been two A-Leagues – it’s obvious you’re aiming for top spot or a top two, but top four at this stage early on would be my prediction.

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HYUNDAI A-LEAGUE 2019/20 SEASON FIXTURES

HYUNDAI A-LEAGUE 2018/19 FIXTURES 1

Fri, 11 October 2019

7:00pm

Sydney FC

Coopers Stadium

2

Sun, 20 October 2019

3:30pm

Melbourne City FC

AAMI Park

3

Sat, 26 October 2019

4:30pm

Newcastle Jets

McDonald Jones Stadium

4

BYE

5

Sun, 10 November 2019

5:30pm

Brisbane Roar FC

Coopers Stadium

6

Fri,15 November 2019

7:00pm

Central Coast Mariners

Central Coast Stadium

7

Sat, 23 November 2019

7:00pm

Melbourne Victory

Coopers Stadium

8

Sun, 1 December 2019

5:30pm

Wellington Phoenix

Coopers Stadium

9

Sun, 8 December 2019

5:30pm

Newcastle Jets

Coopers Stadium

10

BYE

11

Sun,22 December 2019

5:30pm

Central Coast Mariners

Central Coast Stadium

12

Fri, 27 December 2019

7:00pm

Western Sydney Wanderers

Coopers Stadium

13

Sat,4 January 2020

7:00pm

Sydney FC

Netstrata Jubilee Stadium

14

Sat,11 January 2020

7:00pm

Perth Glory

HBF Park

15

Fri, 17 January 2020

7:00pm

Melbourne Victory

Coopers Stadium

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Sun, 26 January 2020

5:30pm

Western United FC

GMHBA Stadium

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Sat, 1 February 2020

7:00pm

Melbourne City FC

Coopers Stadium

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Sat, 8 February 2020

7:00pm

Brisbane Roar FC

Suncorp Stadium

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Fri, 14 February 2020

7:00pm

Central Coast Mariners

Coopers Stadium

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Fri, 21 February 2020

7:00pm

Western Sydney Wanderers

Bankwest Stadium

21

Sat, 29 February 2020

7:00pm

Melbourne Victory

Marvel Stadium

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Sat, 7 March 2020

4:30pm

Western United FC

Coopers Stadium

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Sun, 15 March 2020

5:30pm

Newcastle Jets

Coopers Stadium

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BYE

25

Fri, 27 March 2020

7:00pm

Melbourne City FC

AAMI Park

26

Sun, 5 April 2020

3:30pm

Wellington Pheonix

Westpac Stadium

27

Sat, 11 April 2020

7:00pm

Sydney FC

Coopers Stadium

28

Fri, 17 April 2020

7:00pm

Perth Glory

Coopers Stadium

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Sat, 25 April 2020

1:30pm

Brisbane Roar FC

Suncorp Stadium

All fixtures subject to change without notice.  Please refer to adelaideunited.com.au. All times are ACST/ACDT.

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