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A-League all-time records

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.

Contents

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.

Titles

  • Most Premiership titles: 3, Melbourne Victory
  • Most Championship titles: 3, Brisbane Roar, Melbourne Victory
  • Most consecutive Premiership title wins: none
  • Most consecutive Championship title wins: 2, Brisbane Roar (2011, 2012)
  • Wins

  • Most wins in a season (30 or 27 games): 18, Brisbane Roar (2010–11), Western Sydney Wanderers (2012–13)
  • Fewest wins in a season: 1, New Zealand Knights (2005–06)
  • Most home wins in a season: 10, Brisbane Roar (2010–11), Brisbane Roar (2013–14)
  • Fewest home wins in a season: 0, New Zealand Knights (2005–06)
  • Most away wins in a season: 10, Western Sydney Wanderers (2012–13)
  • Most consecutive wins: 10, Western Sydney Wanderers (13 January 2013 – 16 March 2013)
  • Most consecutive home wins: 8, Melbourne Victory (21 November 2008 – 28 February 2009)
  • Most consecutive away wins: 8, Melbourne Victory (9 September 2006 – 30 December 2006)
  • Most consecutive games without a win: 19, New Zealand Knights (18 September 2005 – 27 August 2006), Melbourne City (24 February 2013 – 17 January 2014)
  • Most consecutive home games without a win: 11, New Zealand Knights (2 September 2005 – 27 August 2006)
  • Most consecutive away games without a win: 22, Melbourne City (2 February 2012 – 16 February 2014)
  • Most wins in total: 134, Brisbane Roar
  • Losses

  • Most losses in a season (30 or 27 games): 20, Central Coast Mariners (2015–16)
  • Fewest losses in a season: 1, Brisbane Roar (2010–11)
  • Most home losses in a season: 9, North Queensland Fury (2010–11)
  • Fewest home losses in a season: 0, Brisbane Roar (2010–11)
  • Most away losses in a season: 12, Melbourne City (2012–13)
  • Fewest away losses in a season: 1, Brisbane Roar (2010–11)
  • Most consecutive losses: 11, New Zealand Knights (18 September 2005 – 26 November 2005)
  • Most consecutive home losses: 7, New Zealand Knights (2 September 2005 – 26 November 2005)
  • Most consecutive away losses: 9, New Zealand Knights (8 January 2006 – 26 November 2006), Melbourne City (14 December 2012 – 30 March 2013)
  • Most consecutive games without a loss: 36, Brisbane Roar (18 September 2010 – 26 November 2011)
  • Most consecutive home games without a loss: 24, Wellington Phoenix (23 November 2008 – 3 November 2010)
  • Most consecutive away games without a loss: 16, Brisbane Roar (3 October 2010 – 19 November 2011)
  • Most losses in total: 125, Newcastle Jets
  • Draws

  • Most draws in a season (30 or 27 games): 11, Brisbane Roar (2010–11), Melbourne City (2010–11), Melbourne Victory (2011–12)
  • Fewest draws in a season: 2, Melbourne Victory (2008–09)
  • Most home draws in a season: 7, Central Coast Mariners (2009–10), Melbourne Victory (2011–12)
  • Fewest home draws in a season: 0, Newcastle Jets (2005–06), Melbourne Victory (2008–09), Newcastle Jets (2009–10), Sydney FC (2009–10), Brisbane Roar (2013–14)
  • Most away draws in a season: 6, Central Coast Mariners (2005–06), Central Coast Mariners (2010–11), Brisbane Roar (2010–11), Adelaide United (2011–12), Sydney FC (2011–12)
  • Most consecutive draws: 6, Wellington Phoenix (4 September 2009 – 17 October 2009)
  • Most consecutive home draws: 5, Perth Glory (28 December 2006 – 9 September 2007)
  • Most consecutive away draws: 4, Central Coast Mariners (4 December 2005 – 4 February 2006), Melbourne Victory (27 January 2007 – 21 September 2007)
  • Most draws in total: 79, Central Coast Mariners
  • Goals

  • Most goals scored in a season: 63, Melbourne City (2015–16)
  • Fewest goals scored in a season: 13, New Zealand Knights (2006–07)
  • Most goals conceded in a season: 70, Central Coast Mariners (2015–16)
  • Fewest goals conceded in a season: 19, Sydney FC (2006–07), Adelaide United (2008–09)
  • Best goal difference in a season: +32, Brisbane Roar (2010–11)
  • Worst goal difference in a season: -37, Central Coast Mariners (2015–16)
  • Most goals scored at home in a season: 35, Melbourne City (2015–16)
  • Most goals scored away in a season: 28, Melbourne City (2015–16)
  • Fewest goals scored at home in a season: 8, New Zealand Knights (2006–07)
  • Fewest goals scored away in a season: 4, New Zealand Knights (2005–06)
  • Most goals conceded at home in a season: 32, Central Coast Mariners (2015–16)
  • Most goals conceded away in a season: 38, Central Coast Mariners (2015–16)
  • Fewest goals conceded at home in a season: 7, Wellington Phoenix (2009–10)
  • Fewest goals conceded away in a season: 8, Western Sydney Wanderers (2012–13)
  • Most clean sheets in a season: 14, Central Coast Mariners (2010–11), (2012–13)
  • Fewest clean sheets in a season: 0, Central Coast Mariners (2015–16)
  • Fewest failures to score in a match in a season: 3, Brisbane Roar (2010–11)
  • Most goals scored in total: 474, Melbourne Victory
  • Most goals conceded in total: 427, Newcastle Jets
  • Points

  • Most points in a season (30 games): 65, Brisbane Roar (2010–11)
  • Most points in a season (27 games): 57, Western Sydney Wanderers (2012–13)
  • Fewest points in a season (21 games): 6, New Zealand Knights (2005–06)
  • Most points in a season without winning the league (30 games): 57, Central Coast Mariners (2010–11)
  • Fewest points in a season while winning the league (21 games): 34, Central Coast Mariners (2007–08)
  • Scorelines

  • Biggest home win: 8–1 (Adelaide United !Adelaide United v North Queensland Fury !North Queensland Fury, 21 January 2011), 7–0 (Adelaide United !Adelaide United v Newcastle Jets, 24 January 2015)
  • Biggest away win: 0–5 (Newcastle Jets v Brisbane Roar, 26 January 2006), 0–5 (Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC, 26 January 2014), 0–5 (Wellington Phoenix v Melbourne Heart, 16 February 2014), 1–6 (Newcastle Jets v Perth Glory, 24 January 2016), 0–5 (Adelaide United v Perth Glory, 10 February 2017)
  • Highest scoring: 4–5 (Central Coast Mariners !Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC !Sydney FC, 22 December 2007), 8–1 (Adelaide United !Adelaide United v North Queensland Fury !North Queensland Fury, 21 January 2011), 7–2 (Central Coast Mariners !Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC !Sydney FC, 3 November 2012), 5–4 (Sydney FC !Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar !Brisbane Roar, 15 March 2015), 6-3 (Perth Glory !Perth Glory v Brisbane Roar !Brisbane Roar, 20 February 2016)
  • Highest scoring draw: 3–3 ( 22 occasions)
  • Attendances

  • Highest attendance, single game: 61,880 (Sydney FC v Western Sydney Wanderers, ANZ Stadium, 8 October 2016)
  • Lowest attendance, single game: 1,003 (North Queensland Fury v Brisbane Roar, Robina Stadium, 8 February 2011)
  • 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.

    Updated 9 October 2016

    Regular season matches only

    Updated 7 July 2016

    Finals matches only

    Updated 7 July 2016

    Appearances

  • Youngest player: Alusine Fofanah, 15 years, 189 days (for Western Sydney Wanderers !Western Sydney Wanderers v Adelaide United !Adelaide United, 19 January 2014)
  • Oldest player: Romário, 40 years 320 days (for Adelaide United !Adelaide United v Newcastle Jets !Newcastle Jets, 15 December 2006)
  • Most appearances:
  • As of 11 February 2017

    Goals

  • 1st A-League goal: Carl Veart (for Adelaide United v Newcastle Jets, 26 August 2005)
  • Most goals in a match: 5, Archie Thompson (for Melbourne Victory !Melbourne Victory v Adelaide United !Adelaide United, 18 February 2007)
  • Most goals in a season: 23, Bruno Fornaroli (for Melbourne City, 2015–16)
  • Most hat-tricks: 4, Shane Smeltz and Besart Berisha
  • Fastest hat-trick: 6 minutes, Besart Berisha (for Brisbane Roar !Brisbane Roar v Adelaide United !Adelaide United, 28 October 2011)
  • Top goalscorer:
  • As of 22 February 2017

    Disciplinary

  • Most fair play awards: 6, Brisbane Roar
  • Most yellow cards for a player: 57, Andrew Durante
  • Most yellow cards for a single team in one game: 8, Adelaide United 13 October 2013
  • Most yellow cards in one game: 12, Adelaide United 3–1 Perth Glory, 13 October 2013
  • Most yellow cards for a single team in one season: 79, Sydney FC (2012–13), Melbourne City (2015-16)
  • Fewest yellow cards for a single team in one season: 23, Perth Glory (2005–06)
  • Most red cards for a player: 10, Nigel Boogaard
  • Most red cards for a single team in one game: 2, Melbourne Victory (4 November 2007), Adelaide United (13 October 2013), Sydney FC (7 February 2015)
  • Most red cards in one game: 3, Central Coast Mariners 2–1 Melbourne Victory, 4 November 2007, Perth Glory 1–3 Sydney FC, 7 February 2015
  • Most red cards for a single team in one season: 10, Perth Glory (2010–11)
  • Longest ban: 9 months, with 3 suspended, Danny Vukovic (2008)
  • Goalkeepers

  • Longest consecutive run without conceding a goal: 9, Michael Theo
  • Most clean sheets in one season: 13, Mathew Ryan (2010–11)
  • Most clean sheets in total: 79, Danny Vukovic
  • Most Goalkeeper of the Year Awards: 4, Eugene Galekovic
  • Goalkeepers to have scored a goal: Danny Vukovic - 1 goal, while playing for Wellington Phoenix.
  • Other individual records

  • Most A-League Premiership wins: 4, Michael Theo
  • Most A-League Championship wins: 5, Michael Theo
  • Most Golden Boot Awards: 2, Shane Smeltz
  • Most Joe Marston Medal Awards: 1, 11 players
  • Most Johnny Warren Medal Awards: 2, Thomas Broich
  • Most Young Footballer of the Year Awards: 2, Mathew Ryan
  • Most Goal of the Year Awards: 2, Carlos Hernández
  • Managers

  • Most A-League Premiership wins: 2, Ernie Merrick (2006–07, 2008–09)
  • Most A-League Championship wins: 2, Ernie Merrick (2007, 2009), Ange Postecoglou (2011, 2012)
  • Most Coach of the Year Awards: 2, Ernie Merrick (for Melbourne Victory)
  • Longest-serving manager: 151 games, Ernie Merrick (Melbourne Victory)
  • Shortest-serving manager (excluding caretakers): 7 games, Nick Theodorakopoulos (Newcastle Jets)
  • References

    A-League all-time records Wikipedia


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