Melbourne Victory FC

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Melbourne Victory F.C.
Full nameMelbourne Victory Football Club
Founded2004
GroundEtihad Stadium & AAMI Park
Capacity56,347 Etihad & 30,050 (AAMI)
ChairmanAnthony Di Pietro
ManagerAnge Postecoglou
LeagueA-League
2013/14A-League (Regular Season), TBD

Melbourne Victory F.C. is a football club which plays in Australia. This club plays its home matches at both Etihad Stadium and AAMI Park, depending on how many people are expected to watch the game.

Current Team[change | change source]

As of 29 September 2017[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Australia Australia Matt Acton
2 DF Australia Australia Jason Geria
4 DF Australia Australia Rhys Williams
5 MF Australia Australia Mark Milligan
6 MF Australia Australia Leigh Broxham (vice-captain)
7 FW Australia Australia Kenny Athiu (on loan from Heidelberg United)
8 FW Kosovo Kosovo Besart Berisha
9 FW New Zealand New Zealand Kosta Barbarouses
10 MF Australia Australia James Troisi
11 FW Australia Australia Mitch Austin
14 DF Australia Australia Thomas Deng
15 MF Australia Australia Cameron McGilp
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 MF Australia Australia Josh Hope
17 DF Australia Australia James Donachie
18 MF Argentina Argentina Matías Sánchez
19 FW Australia Australia Pierce Waring
20 GK Australia Australia Lawrence Thomas
21 MF Australia Australia Carl Valeri (Captain)
22 MF Australia Australia Stefan Nigro
23 FW New Zealand New Zealand Jai Ingham
31 FW Australia Australia Christian Theoharous (Youth)
41 MF Netherlands Netherlands Leroy George
MF Australia Australia Terry Antonis
DF Australia Australia Dino Djulbic

Players With multiple nationalities[change | change source]

Players can legally represent more than one country, which depends on their citizenship and heritage.

Player 1. Nationality 2. Nationality
Kosta Barbarouses New Zealand New Zealand Greece Greece
Jonathan Bru Mauritius Mauritius France France
James Jeggo Australia Australia Austria Austria
Andrew Nabbout Australia Australia Lebanon Lebanon
Archie Thompson Australia Australia New Zealand New Zealand
Adama Traoré Ivory Coast Ivory Coast Australia Australia

League title[change | change source]

League position[change | change source]

Season League Position
2005/06 A-League 7th
2006/07 A-League Champions
2007/08 A-League 5th
2008/09 A-League Champions
2009/10 A-League 2nd
2010/11 A-League 5th
2011/12 A-League 8th
2012/13 A-League 3rd

References[change | change source]

  1. "Players and staff: A-League". melbournevictory.com.au. Retrieved 13 June 2017.