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Statistics of National Soccer League in season 1991/1992.

Overview

The 1991/92 National Soccer League season saw fourteen teams compete with Adelaide City winning the championship after defeating Melbourne Croatia in the grand final on a penalty shootout 4-2 after the scores were locked at 0-0 after full time and extra time at Olympic Park, Melbournemarker in front of 15,463 fans. Melbourne Croatia were named premiers after finishing the home-and-away season on top of the table one point clear ahead of Sydney Olympic.

This was the only season future socceroos goalkeeper Mark Bosnich and striker Paul Agostino would compete in the National Soccer League. Bosnich, signed from Manchester United, would make five appearances for his junior club Sydney Croatia before heading back to Englandmarker to play for Aston Villa and Agostino, at age sixteen, would make seventeen appearances and score six goals with West Adelaide before heading to Switzerlandmarker to play for BSC Young Boys. Other significant signings included former Hong Kong international striker Tim Bredbury signing with Sydney Olympic who would finish the season joint top goal scorer with fifteen goals.

This would be the final season in the National Soccer League for A.P.I.A. Leichhardt as they fell into financial troubles and went down to the NSW Super League in 1993.

Regular season

Pos Club P W D L GF GA Pts
1 Melbourne Croatia 26 14 7 5 45 26 35
2 Sydney Olympic 26 12 10 4 38 27 34
3 South Melbourne 26 13 5 8 51 28 31
4 Adelaide City 26 10 9 7 26 23 29
5 Wollongong City 26 9 10 7 24 17 28
6 Brisbane United 26 8 10 8 31 35 26
7 Marconi Fairfield 26 10 5 11 33 31 25
8 A.P.I.A. Leichhardt Tigers 26 7 11 8 26 28 25
9 Heidelberg United 26 8 8 10 28 33 24
10 Parramatta Eagles 26 6 11 9 24 24 23
11 Newcastle Breakers 26 7 8 11 28 39 22
12 Sydney Croatia 26 6 9 11 22 33 21
13 West Adelaide 26 7 7 12 25 46 21
14 Preston 26 5 10 11 21 32 20


Championship playoff

Elimination final



Qualifying final



Minor semi final



Major semi final



Preliminary final



Grand final



Individual Awards



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