2009 Canberra United W-League season

Canberra United FC

2009 season

Chairman
Kate Lundy

Manager
Ray Junna

W-League
tbd

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The 2009 season is Canberra United’s second season of football (soccer) in Australia competing in the W-League 2009 season.

Contents

1 Fixtures
2 Standings
3 Players

3.1 In
3.2 Out

4 Leading scorers
5 Squad statistics
6 References

Fixtures[edit]
The 2009 season will be played over 10 rounds, followed by a finals series.[1] Canberra opened the season with a grand final rematch against Queensland Roar. Just four players that started the grand final nine months earlier remained for Canberra, and were outplayed by a Roar team that retained much of their championship winning squad for the second season.

Round
Date
Opponent
H/A
Score
CU Scorers
Stadium
Crowd

1
3 October 2009
Brisbane Roar
A
L 0–3
A. Sykes  89′
Ballymore Stadium
1,174[2]

2
10 October 2009
Sydney FC
H
L 1–2
Brush  89′
Tseng Shu-o  39′
Lin Chiung-ying  54′
Belconnen Soccer Centre
953[3]

3
17 October 2009
Perth Glory
A
D 2–2

Clipsal Stadium

4
24 October 2009
Melbourne Victory
H
W 2–0

Belconnen Soccer Centre

5
31 October 2009
Central Coast Mariners
A
D 1–1

Canberra Stadium

6
7 November 2009
Brisbane Roar
H
L 1–2

Belconnen Soccer Centre

7
14 November 2009
Perth Glory
H
W 4–0

Belconnen Soccer Centre

8
22 November 2009
Newcastle Jets
A
W 3–1

EnergyAustralia Stadium

9
28 November 2009
Melbourne Victory
A
L 0–1

Bob Jane Stadium

10
5 December 2009
Adelaide United
H
W 3–0

Deakin Football Stadium

SF
12 December 2009
tbd
N


tbd

F
19 December 2009
tbd
N


tbd

In the Round 5 match, Central Coast are the nominated home team, with the W-League match to be played as a curtain raiser to a men’s A-League match.

Standings[edit]

Pos
Team

v
t
e

Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification

1
Sydney FC (C)
10
7
2
1
25
10
+15
23
Qualification to Finals series

2
Central Coast Mariners
10
7
1
2
24
7
+17
22

3
Brisbane Roar
10
6
3
1
24
7
+17
21

4
Canberra United
10
4
2
4
17
12
+5
14

5
Melbourne Victory
10
4
2
4
9
10
−1
14

6
Perth Glory
10
4
1
5
11
22
−11
13

7
Adelaide United
10
0
3
7
7
31
−24
3

8
Newcastle Jets
10
0
2
8
7
25
−18
2

Updated to match(es) played on 5 December 2009. Source: au.soccerway.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.

Players[edit]
Players confirmed for 2009 season
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