2019/2020 fixtures

Josho Howe

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The draw should have been out weeks ago. 2 and half months out from a new season and the draw not being out is absolute amateur hour.
 

marinermick

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That was from a previous leak. Unless we have it confirmed from Shaun or the league themselves we don't know anything about the fixtures for certain.
That's not to say we aren't still scheduled to be playing them away round 1, just that there's no reason that particular match would be set in stone. Bit of history to it but not enough to put a spanner in the works if there's other issues.
Shaun said so himself
 

sydmariner

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The key changes for Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Season
With the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Season draw set to drop at 12pm AEST today (Thursday), we thought we'd remind you of some important changes to this season’s fixtures list.

The introduction of new club Western United FC means there are now 11 clubs in the competition meaning there has been the need to facilitate a weekly bye into the draw.

So while the last eight seasons of the competition – which has featured 10 clubs – has seen 27 rounds, the 2019/20 campaign will have 29 rounds.

Clubs will play 26 matches (13 at home, 13 away) over that period and each club will have three byes.

Every club will play each of the other 10 sides twice, with and additional six matches per club that will see some clubs play each other three times over 29 rounds.

No more Split Rounds
In another change from last season, there will be no Split Rounds and no breaks for FIFA international dates.

The Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Season will start on Friday, October 11, with the 2020 Grand Final to be held on the weekend 16/17 May.

The Finals Series structure will remain the same, with Elimination Finals (3v6 & 4v5) and Semi Finals (1 v lowest-ranked winner from Elimination Finals, 2 v highest-ranked winner from Elimination Finals), followed by the Grand Final.

Stay tuned to all Hyundai A-League channels to see the full draw for the 15th season of the competition at 12pm AEST!

Click here to sign up to a football account to receive it direct in your inbox.




 

sydmariner

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The wait is over! Today is the day you’ve been waiting for ever since Reza Ghoochannejhad swept home the winning penalty for Sydney FC in last season’s Hyundai A-League Grand Final.

The draw for the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Season will be announced at 12pm AEST on Thursday.


Who will competition newcomers Western United face in their first-ever Hyundai A-League match?

When will the first Grand Final rematch between Perth Glory and Sydney FC be played?

Which club will welcome former Premier League legend and Brisbane Roar boss Robbie Fowler to town first?

All those questions and more will be revealed at midday today.

So stay tuned to all of the official Hyundai A-League channels to see the full draw for the 15th season of the competition.

Click here to sign up to a football account to receive it direct in your inbox.




 

turbo

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Draw is out for members. A few back to back home games which is a bit average and some of the games are a bit bunched up like playing the same teams with a short turn around like Adelaide (both at home early) and Perth. Only play Nix, Victory and City twice.
 
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