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2007 A-League Grand Final
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Date 18 February 2007
Venue Telstra Dome, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Man of the Match Archie Thompson, Melbourne Victory
Referee Mark Shield
Attendance 55,436
2006
2008

Contents

2006-07 Finals series

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Finals series

  Semifinals Preliminary final Grand final
    L1 L2    
    Jan 28 & Feb 4                        
1  Melbourne Victory 0 2     18 February
2  Adelaide United 0 1     11 February          Melbourne Victory 6
       Adelaide United 1 (4)      Adelaide United 0
  Jan 26 & Feb 2      Newcastle Jets 1 (3)  
3  Newcastle Jets 1 2
4  Sydney FC 2 0  

The 2007 A-League Grand Final took place at Telstra Dome in Melbourne, Australia, on February 18, 2007. The match was contested by premiers Melbourne Victory and Adelaide United. Melbourne prevailed 6-0 in the equal greatest win in A-League history, and the greatest ever deficit in any Australian soccer Grand Final, including the old NSL.

Archie Thompson scored five goals, just the sixth ever A-League hat-trick and the most goal by an individual in any A-League match. This performance earned him the Joe Marston Medal.

Match details

February 18, 2007
18:00 AEDT
Melbourne Victory 6 – 0 Adelaide United Telstra Dome, Melbourne
Attendance: 55,436
Referee: Mark Shield
Thompson Goal 20', 29', 39', 56', 72'
Sarkies Goal 93+'
(Report)
MELBOURNE VICTORY:
GK 1 Australia Michael Theoklitos
DF 2 Australia Kevin Muscat (c)
DF 6 Australia Steve Pantelidis
MF 8 Brazil Fred Booked in the 64th minute 64'
FW 9 Australia Danny Allsopp
FW 10 Australia Archie Thompson Substituted off in the 90th minute 90'
DF 12 Australia Rodrigo Vargas
MF 14 Australia Adrian Caceres Substituted off in the 62nd minute 62'
DF 15 Australia Adrian Leijer
MF 16 Australia Simon Storey
MF 17 Scotland Grant Brebner Substituted off in the 59th minute 59'
Substitutes:
GK 20 Australia Eugene Galekovic
MF 13 Australia Kristian Sarkies Substituted on in the 90th minute 90'
MF 18 Brazil Alessandro
FW 23 England James Robinson Substituted on in the 62nd minute 62'
MF 24 Australia Leigh Broxham Substituted on in the 59th minute 59'
Manager:
Scotland Ernie Merrick


Joe Marston Medal: Australia Archie Thompson

Assistant Referees:
Ben Wilson
Nathan Gibson
Fourth Official:
Matthew Breeze

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ADELAIDE UNITED:
GK 1 Australia Daniel Beltrame
DF 2 Australia Richie Alagich Substituted off in the 70th minute 70'
DF 4 Australia Angelo Costanzo Booked in the 57th minute 57'
DF 5 Australia Michael Valkanis Booked in the 57th minute 57'
MF 6 Australia Ross Aloisi (c) Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 22', 34'
FW 8 Australia Carl Veart Booked in the 68th minute 68'
MF 10 Brazil Fernando Substituted off in the 59th minute 59'
DF 12 Australia Greg Owens Substituted off in the 46th minute 46'
MF 13 Australia Travis Dodd
MF 15 Australia Nathan Burns
MF 26 Brazil Diego Walsh
Substitutes:
GK 20 Australia Robert Bajic
DF 3 Australia Kristian Rees
DF 14 Australia Aaron Goulding Substituted on in the 46th minute 46'
MF 21 Australia Jason Spagnuolo Substituted on in the 70th minute 70'
FW 25 Australia Bruce Djite Substituted on in the 59th minute 59'
Manager:
Australia John Kosmina

Match Statistics

Melbourne Adelaide
Attempts at goal 22 14
Attempts on target 15 9
Attempts off target 6 5
Attempts - Woodwork 1 0
Keeper saves 5 3
Ball possession 51% 49%
Corners 5 5
Fouls committed 12 23
Offsides 4 1
Yellow cards 1 5
Red cards 0 1

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