Following the frenzy of football in the month of February, the A-Leagues is pleased to announce that originally scheduled weekend matches return to normal. Additional midweek games have been added to the schedule in March with all clubs set to continue catch up postponed matches.
The Liberty A-League Women concludes its season in March with the final round in the first week then a three week final series on the last weekend in March. The Isuzu UTE A-League Men’s 202122 season continues with action across multiple weekdays in March, with at least one fixture featuring each Wednesday. The updated fixtures also accommodates Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory’s Asian Champions League games.
With the recently announced Perth Glory fixtures concluding in Tasmania and a return to action in WA, there will be Australian football action across five states for the first time since the opening weekend as both the men’s and women’s competitions begin their run into the 2022 Finals Series.
Greg O’Rourke, APL Commissioner, said:
“More football means more opportunities to see A-Leagues talent up close and personal – maybe even another scorpion kick like Ben Garrucio’s last week. The Liberty A League Final series race is still well and truly on and the next few weeks of Women’s Football is bound to be very exciting.
“After this weekend the Isuzu UTE A-League Men are past the halfway point and the team’s will target their final aspirations before a sprint home in April. We will catch up on a number of games to bring the table closer in matches played for all teams as well as set up the break for those teams that feature in the ACL when they leave our shores and play in Asia.
“I’m incredibly proud of the collective efforts of the League, our Clubs and strategic partners that enabled us to deliver the best of Australian football for our fans six days a week in February and look forward to a busy March to continue the momentum.”
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