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Established
2003 (18 years old)

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Hindmarsh Stadium
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Adelaide United F. C. es un club de fútbol de Australia con sede en Adelaida, Australia Meridional. Participa en la A-League, máxima categoría profesional.

Fue fundado en 2003 para cubrir la plaza vacante del Adelaide City en las últimas temporadas de la National Soccer League, y cuando éste torneo terminó se convirtió en uno de sus tres equipos que pasó a la nueva liga. Su título más importante hasta la fecha ha sido la FFA Cup de 2014.

Team Members
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Yared
Abetew




Joe
Caletti




Louis
D'Arrigo




James
Delianov




Yaya
Dukuly




Jordan
Elsey




Benjamin
Halloran
#26



Paul
Izzo




Michael
Jakobsen




Tomi
Jurić




Ryan
Kitto




Nathan
Konstandopoulos




Javier
Lopez
#21



Michael
Marrone




Stefan
Mauk




Pacifique
Niyongabire




Dakota
Ochsenham




Javier
Rodríguez




Noah
Smith




Ryan
Strain




George
Timotheou




Mohamed
Toure




Alhassan
Toure




Kusini
Yengi



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Stadium or Home

Hindmarsh Stadium (currently known as Coopers Stadium due to sponsorship from the Adelaide based Coopers Brewery) is a multi-purpose stadium located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is the home of the Australian A-League team, Adelaide United.

The stadium now has a capacity of 17,000, of which 15,500 is seated. Home team, Adelaide United regularly fill this capacity, and averaged crowds of over 12,000 to its matches during the 2006/2007 Season and 2007/2008 Season. United used the stadium for its home matches in the 2008 AFC Asian Champions League, the 2010 AFC Asian Champions League, and the 2012 AFC Asian Champions League.

Built in 1960, the stadium stands on the site that was once Hindmarsh Oval which housed the West Torrens Football Club of the SANFL from 1905 until 1921, when the team moved to nearby Thebarton Oval which would remain its home until 1989.

The Soccer Association of South Australia owned land on a former brick pit on Torrens Road at Brompton named Rowley Park which was located only 5 km from the city, and the original plan was for the land to be the home of Soccer in SA as the site formed a natural bowl. However, the Soccer Association had received negative press regarding its failure to grow grass on the site. Rowley Park also had a tendency to flood during winter as the bottom of "The Brick Pit" was below the level of the water table which made playing soccer virtually impossible. The land was eventually leased to a group of speedway drivers and would become the famous Rowley Park Speedway which ran from December 1949 until it closed in April 1979. The land was eventually sold and is now the Kym Bonython housing estate, named for the speedway's long time promoter Kym Bonython.

When it became obvious to the Soccer Association that Rowley Park would be unsuitable as a soccer venue they obtained a lease on Hindmarsh Oval from the Hindmarsh Council. The old Hindmarsh Oval was developed over the years into a rectangular stadium capable of holding 15,000 with a single tier grandstand built in 1960 that held approximately 2,000 while 6 light towers for night games (plus another 8 smaller light towers on the grandstand roof) were installed during the mid-1970s. Other than the grandstand, the ground was all terracing surrounding the playing surface. This changed in 1996 when seats were installed on the eastern side of the ground.

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