2020 Season

2020 Schedule
8-4-8, 8th in Australian A-League
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7dAAP

Danzaki snatches vital A-L win for Roar

A dramatic injury-time winner by Riku Danzaki lifted Brisbane to a 2-1 victory over Western United and into the A-League's top six.

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12dAAP

10-man Western Utd secure draw with Reds

Western United held on with only 10 men for over an hour to share the points in a 0-0 draw with Adelaide United at Coopers Stadium.

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16dAAP

Western Utd climb into A-League top six

Western United have moved into the A-League's top six after recording a 2-0 win over the Newcastle Jets on Monday night.

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20dAAP

Western United's 10-men draw with Phoenix

Ten-man Western United have held Wellington Phoenix at bay to earn a 1-1 draw and move within touching distance of the A-League's top six.

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63dAAP

Sydney FC end winless A-League run

Milestone man Rhyan Grant scored a rare goal as Sydney FC ended a winless A-League run with a 2-0 home victory over Western United.

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69dJoey 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.

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71dJoey Lynch

Western Utd leaves door open for exiled Burgess

Max Burgess has likely played his last game for WU, with club granting his request to return home to see out the remainder of his contract.

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81dAAP

Guarrotxena stars as United down Bulls

Iker Guarrotxena was right at home as he led Western United to a statement 4-1 victory over A-League newcomers Macarthur FC.

RankingsAustralian A-League

Goal Difference-2Tied-8th
Goals Scored289th
Assists253rd
Goals Conceded308th