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Adelaide City is a football club in Adelaidemarker, South Australiamarker. They are also known as The Zebras. They played in the National Soccer League for 27 Seasons but withdrew just prior to the 2003/2004 season. They now play in the South Australian Super League. City won the inaugural Super League with games to spare after leading for most of the season. They also won the Adelaide United FFSA Cup defeating Blue Eagles 4-1 in the final at Hindmarsh Stadiummarker.

History

Origins

The club was founded and primarily followed by people of Italianmarker heritage and originally called Juventus from 1946-1966. In 1966 they became Adelaide Juventus and in 1977 Adelaide City, when Frank Lister captained the team in the inaugural NSL competition. He later went on to win the 'Golden Boots' award for that year and was inducted into the South Australian Soccer Hall of Fame in 2004.

The black and white striped shirt also gave the team the nickname of the Zebras.

SA Premier League

2005 Season

Adelaide City were crowned SA Premier League Champions after defeating Adelaide Raiders 2-1 in the Grand Final at Hindmarsh Stadiummarker on Friday 16 September 2005. Adelaide City took the lead just 4 minutes into the match when Nick Budin slotted the ball past Raiders goalkeeper Robert Matosevic. Raiders hit back just before the break through striker Jason Trimboli. The match went into extra time and midway through the second period of extra time a pin point Paul Pezos cross was met by a powerful Adam Osman header to hand Adelaide City their first title since 1974. Adelaide City Midfielder David Paladino was given the award for man of the match.

2006 Season

Adelaide City completed the treble in 2006 winning 3 Innaugral Trophies : The ERREA Pre-season Cup, BEST Super League Championship and FFSA Adelaide United Cup.City met Raiders in the ERREA cup final in what was a rematch of the previous season's Grand Final. City breezed through winning 5-0.In the BEST Super League, City fought off tough competition for the majority of the year and ended the season 3 games clear on top of the table with a healthy goal difference.City then went on to win the FFSA Adelaide United Cup with a comprehensive 4-1 victory over Adelaide Blue Eagles. City opened their account with a 22nd minute header from striker Jonathan Negus. The second came from Nick Budin who struck the bar with a header only to find the ball back at his feet for a tap in. City Scored again minutes later when Negus' 18yd bullet struck the back of the net. Adelaide Blue Eagles dominated the opening of the 2nd half and did get a goal themselves. Negus completed his hat-trick after a knock on from player-coach Damian Mori left him one on one with the goalkeeper. The final result 4-1. City's Jonathan Negus won the John Kosmina Medal awarded to the best on ground.

First team squad

Current reserve squad

Notable former players

Australia


England


Scotland


Italy


New Zealand


Honours

International



National



NSL Player Of The Year Award - Johnny Warren Medal



NSL Grand Final Best Player - Joe Marston Medal



NSL Top Scorer Awards

  • 1977 Dixie Deans (Adelaide City) - 16
  • 1995/1996 Damian Mori (Adelaide City) - 31
  • 1997/1998 Damian Mori (Adelaide City) - 19
  • 1999/2000 Damian Mori (Adelaide City) - 22


NSL Under 21 Player of the Year



NSL Coach of the Year

  • 1990/1991 Zoran Matic (Adelaide City)
  • 1994/1995 Zoran Matic (Adelaide City)
  • 1995/1996 John Perin (Adelaide City)


State



South Australian Best & Fairest and Player of the Year Awards



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