Australia - List of Champions


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National Champions since 1977

National Soccer League
Season   Champions
1977     Eastern Suburbs
1978     West Adelaide Hellas 
1979     Marconi Fairfield (Sydney)        
1980     Sydney City
1981     Sydney City
1982     Sydney City
1983     Budapest St. George FC (Sydney)
1984     South Melbourne Hellas
1985     Brunswick Juventus (Melbourne)
1986     Adelaide City   
1987     APIA Leichhardt (Sydney)
1988     Marconi Fairfield (Sydney)    
1989     Marconi Fairfield (Sydney)
1989/90  Olympic UTS (Sydney)
1990/91  South Melbourne Hellas     
1991/92  Adelaide City   
1992/93  Marconi Fairfield (Sydney)
1993/94  Adelaide City    
1994/95  Melbourne Knights     
1995/96  Melbourne Knights
1996/97  Brisbane Strikers
1997/98  South Melbourne Lakers
1998/99  South Melbourne Lakers
1999/00  Wollongong City Wolves      
2000/01  Wollongong City Wolves 
2001/02  Olympic Sharks (Sydney)
2002/03  Perth Glory
2003/04  Perth Glory
2004/05    no league
A-League
Season   Champions                         Runners-Up
2005/06  Sydney FC                     1-0 Central Coast Mariners 
2006/07  Melbourne Victory             6-0 Adelaide United
2007/08  Newcastle United Jets         1-0 Central Coast Mariners 
2008/09  Melbourne Victory             1-0 Adelaide United
2009/10  Sydney FC                     1-1 Melbourne Victory             [aet, 4-2 pen]
2010/11  Brisbane Roar                 2-2 Central Coast Mariners        [aet, 4-2 pen]
2011/12  Brisbane Roar                 2-1 Perth Glory
2012/13  Central Coast Mariners        2-0 Western Sydney Wanderers 
2013/14  Brisbane Roar                 2-1 Western Sydney Wanderers      [aet]
2014/15  Melbourne Victory             3-0 Sydney FC    
2015/16  Adelaide United               3-1 Western Sydney Wanderers      
2016/17  Sydney FC                     1-1 Melbourne Victory             [aet, 4-2 pen]
2017/18  Melbourne Victory             1-0 Newcastle Jets
2018/19  Sydney FC                     0-0 Perth Glory                   [aet, 4-1 pen]
2019/20  Sydney FC                     1-0 Melbourne City                [aet]
2020/21  

Number of Titles (43; A-League wins (15) between square brackets)

 5 [ 5] Sydney FC

 4      Marconi Fairfield (Sydney) [now Marconi Stallions]
 4 [ 4] Melbourne Victory    
 4      Hakoah Sydney City East FC [includes Eastern Suburbs and Sydney City]
 4      South Melbourne [includes South Melbourne Hellas and South Melbourne Lakers]

 3      Adelaide City   
 3 [ 3] Brisbane Roar

 2      Melbourne Knights
 2      Perth Glory    
 2      Sydney Olympic [includes Olympic UTS and Olympic Sharks]
 2      Wollongong City Wolves [now Wollongong Wolves]     

 1 [ 1] Adelaide United
 1      APIA Leichhardt (Sydney) [now APIA Leichhardt Tigers]
 1      Brisbane Strikers
 1      Brunswick Juventus (Melbourne) [now Moreland Zebras]
 1      Budapest St. George FC (Sydney)
 1 [ 1] Central Coast Mariners 
 1 [ 1] Newcastle Jets [includes Newcastle United Jets]
 1      West Adelaide Hellas [now West Adelaide SC]


National Premier Leagues Playoff Finals

Season   Champions                         Runners-Up
2012/13  Sydney United                 2-0 South Hobart
2013/14  Metrostars                    1-0 Bonnyrigg White Eagles
2014/15  Blacktown City                1-0 Bayswater City 
2015/16  Sydney United                 4-1 Edgeworth Eagles 
2016/17  Heidelberg United             2-0 Brisbane Strikers   
2017/18  Campbelltown City             2-1 Brisbane Lions
2018/19  Wollongong Wolves             4-3 Brisbane Lions                [aet] 

Number of Titles (7; runners-up finishes between square brackets)

 2      Sydney United 58 FC (Sydney, New South Wales) 

 1      Blacktown City FC (Blacktown, New South Wales)
 1      Campbelltown City SC (Adelaide, South Australia)
 1      Heidelberg United FC (Melbourne, Victoria)
 1      Metrostars SC (Adelaide, South Australia)
 1      Wollongong Wolves FC (Wollongong, New South Wales)

   [ 2] Lions FC (Brisbane, Queensland)
   [ 1] Bayswater City SC (Perth, Western Australia)
   [ 1] Bonnyrigg White Eagles (Sydney, New South Wales) 
   [ 1] Brisbane Strikers (Brisbane, Queensland)
   [ 1] Edgeworth Eagles FC (Lake Macquarie, Northern New South Wales) 
   [ 1] South Hobart FC (Hobart, Tasmania) 

Number of Titles by State (7; runners-up finishes between square brackets)

 4 [ 1] New South Wales

 2      South Australia

 1      Victoria

   [ 3] Queensland
   [ 1] Northern New South Wales
   [ 1] Tasmania
   [ 1] Western Australia

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Last updated: 29 Dec 2020

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