A-League 2024-22 Start Date: Get full schedule, fixtures & match timings

The Australian A-league season 2024-21 concluded almost a month ago. The fans are already waiting for the next season. Get the A-League 2024-22 schedule, start date, fixtures, venues, match timings, and everything else you need to know.

The pandemic affected every sports event last year because that previous season started on 28th December 2024. After long six months, A-league got its champion in Melbourne City. Generally, the new season of A-league kicks-offs in October and ends in the month of May.

When Will The Australian A-League 2024-22 Start?

The Australian Professional League has confirmed that the A-League 2024-22 season will be underway on October 30, 2024. This means that the 2024/22 season of A-league will come to an end on May 28, 2024.

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For the first time, A-league and W-league will break for the international transfer window, both having their specific windows. The start date of A-League 2024-22 is subjected to change because of Covid; if all remains stable, we might see the league begin on the given date.

A-League 2024 schedule, fixtures and India match times

The top-tier football competition of Australia will kick off on October 30 in 2024 and will conclude on May 28 in 2024. This edition is the 45th season of the A-League soccer tournament in Australia. The Football Federation Australia (FFA) is expected to release the A-League 2024-22 schedule and match fixtures list in September 2024.

The league is divided into two phases, the regular season and the finals. The top six clubs qualify for the final series after the regular season based on their standings in the points table.

Sydney FC is the most successful club in the league with the most 9 titles followed by Melbourne Victory with seven titles and Brisbane Roar with five titles.

A-League Clubs

ClubHome Ground
Adelaide UnitedCoopers Stadium
Brisbane RoarMoreton Daily Stadium
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Stadium
Macarthur FCCampbelltown Stadium
Melbourne CityAAMI Park
Melbourne VictoryAAMI Park
Newcastle JetsMcDonald Jones Stadium
Perth GloryHBF Park
Sydney FCSydney Cricket Ground
Netstrata Jubilee Oval
Leichhardt Oval
Wellington PhoenixSky Stadium
Eden Park
Western Sydney WanderersBankwest Stadium
Western UnitedAAMI Park
Mars Stadium
Universaty of Tasmania Stadium

A total of 12 clubs will be participating in this edition of the A-league. Few clubs are already seeing some changes in their teams. Melbourne Victory will be with a new manager, Tony Popovic. The same goes for Newcastle Jets, Western United, and Central Coast Mariners.

The fixtures and schedule are not yet out but will be known in few days.