A-League 2020/21 schedule, results and TV guide

Everything you need to know about the 2020/21 A-League fixtures and results.

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Last season's A-League competition was hugely disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. But once the campaign was finally completed, it had a familiar ending, with Sydney FC celebrating a second straight championship and record fifth overall.

Now the sixteenth season of the competition's history is here and we've got the complete draw and broadcasters for you below. A number of early games had to be postponed due to the ongoing pandemic. There are now 12 teams in the A-League following the introduction of a new Sydney team in 2020/21, Macarthur FC.

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2020/21 A-League fixtures and results

Date Match Kick-off (AEDT) Watch
Wednesday, 19 January Newcastle Jets vs Western United 5:25 PM Paramount+
Wednesday, 19 January Melbourne City vs Central Coast Mariners FC 7:45 PM Paramount+
Wednesday, 19 January Adelaide United vs Western Sydney Wanderers FC 7:45 PM Paramount+
Tuesday, 25 January Melbourne Victory vs Sydney FC 7:45 PM Paramount+
Saturday, 29 January Brisbane Roar vs Western Sydney Wanderers FC 7:45 PM Paramount+
Friday, 29 January Wellington Phoenix v Melbourne Victory 5:35 PM Paramount+
Friday, 29 January Western United v Melbourne City 7:45 PM Paramount+
Saturday, 30 January Sydney FC v Central Coast Mariners FC 4:05 PM Paramount+
Saturday, 30 January Newcastle Jets v Adelaide United 6:45 PM Paramount+

Where to watch the A-League

Every single match of the A-League is broadcast live by Kayo Sports, Foxtel and My Football. Out of those three Kayo offers viewers the most, with over 50 sports and a range of innovative viewing features.

Once again, free-to-air broadcaster ABC will also be showing one game live per week. For a more detailed comparison see our A-League live streaming options article.

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