2020 Season

2020 Schedule
14-2-5, 1st in Australian A-League
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20hAAP

Nabbout to miss Australia's World Cup qualifiers

Melbourne City winger Andrew Nabbout is set to miss out on the Socceroos' World Cup qualifiers and is in doubt for the rest of the A-League season.

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10dAAP

Maclaren notches ton as City beat Glory

Melbourne City striker Jamie Maclaren scored a double and went past the A-League 100-goal mark to lift his side to victory over Perth Glory.

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16dAAP

Melbourne City extend A-League lead

Scott Jamieson's first A-League goal in more than six years has helped Melbourne City beat Newcastle 3-1.

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21dAAP

Melbourne City stumble in A-League draw

A horror defensive lapse has stalled Melbourne City's A-League push as Macarthur came from behind to secure a 1-1 draw at Campbelltown Stadium.

Striker scores FIVE as Melbourne City humiliate rivals (1:24)
28d
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50dAAP

Noone leads City to fiery A-L win over WSW

Melbourne City won six A-League games in a row for the first time in their history, after a 4-1 comeback victory over Western Sydney Wanderers.

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54dAAP

Maclaren makes history in Melbourne win

Melbourne City's charge towards the top end of the A-League table kicked up a notch with a 2-0 win over competition leaders Central Coast.

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64dAAP

Electric City storm past Macarthur in A-L

Melbourne City stormed past Macarthur FC 3-0 to win their fourth game on the bounce and highlight their A-League title credentials.

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71dJoey Lynch

Football takes fight to Australian trolls

Taking the fight to trolls; wobbly Wanderers; five A-League youngsters taking their chances; and much more. ESPN's Australian football wrap is back.

RankingsAustralian A-League

Goal Difference281st
Goals Scored521st
Assists391st
Goals Conceded243rd