A-League Expansion: The teams and stadiums

Austadiums   |  Saturday 7th July 2018

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Ten bidders have been shortlisted by FFA for the next stage of the A-League expansion process including three each from Sydney and Melbourne.

The A-League will expand from 10 to 12 teams for the 2019/20 season before gradually building towards 14 and then 16 teams.

It means five bidders failed to make the cut: Gold Coast United (Cbus Super Stadium), Fremantle City (nib Stadium / upgraded Fremantle Oval), West Adelaide (Coopers Stadium), Tasmania (North Hobart Oval TBC), Belgravia Leisure (Stadium TBC). Brisbane Strikers had previously ruled themselves out in May, ruling out a redeveloped Perry Park.

The 10 A-League expansion bids shortlisted are as follows:

South-West Sydney FC – Based in Liverpool, home venue TBC.

United for MacarthurCampbelltown Sports Stadium

Southern Expansion – Southern Cross Group StadiumJubilee OvalWIN Stadium (matches to be shared between three stadiums).

Sharks Stadium

Team 11 – Proposed Dandenong Stadium

 

South MelbourneLakeside Stadium

Lakeside Stadium

Western Melbourne – Proposed Wyndham Stadium

Brisbane City – Redeveloped Ballymore Stadium

Ipswich PrideQLD Group Stadium (TBC)

CanberraGIO Stadium & Potential new stadium

Wollongong WolvesWIN Stadium

 

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