Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Perth Glory2718635623+336010,360Andy Keogh - 15Liam Reddy→ Semifinals
2Sydney FC2716474329+145213,566Adam le Fondre - 16Andrew Redmayne→ Semifinals
3Melbourne Victory2715575032+185020,604Kosta Barbarouses - 14Lawrence Thomas→ Elimination Finals
4Adelaide United2712873732+5449,013Craig Goodwin - 10Paul Izzo→ Elimination Finals
5Melbourne City2711793932+7408,133Ritchie De Laet, Riley McGree - 7Eugene Galekovic→ Elimination Finals
6Wellington Phoenix2711794643+3408,461Roy Krishna - 18Filip Kurto→ Elimination Finals
7Newcastle Jets27105124036+4359,086Roy O'Donovan - 11Glen Moss
8Western Sydney Wanderers2766154254-12249,358Oriol Riera - 10Vedran Janjetović
9Brisbane Roar2746173871-33189,618Adam Taggart - 11Jamie Young
10Central Coast Mariners2734203170-39135,562Matt Simon - 7Ben Kennedy

Finals Series

Elimination Finals

Melb Victory won match in normal time and advance to Semifinals.
Adelaide won match following extra time and advance to Semifinals.

Semifinals

Perth Glory won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Grand Final.
Sydney FC won match in normal time and advance to Grand Final.

Grand Final

Sydney FC won on penalty kicks following extra time.

Leaders

Nationalities

League Notes

Rank Key

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