Melbourne Victory - Australia's most successful football club
Victory are recognised as the most supported and most successful football club in Australia's A-league. The team from Melbourne have won three A-League Premierships, one Pre-Season Challenge Cup and also one FFA Cup. Here at Ticketbis you will find a wide range of Victory tickets so you can see them at their home stadium AMIA Park, or on the road! The team was founded in 2004 and, entered the league in its inaugural season as the only club based in the province of Victoria. Flash forward to 2018 and Victory have got rivals as Melbourne City joined the A-League in 2009. The two clubs play each other in an intense, but well respected, derby every year which often results in matches regularly selling out. Talking of selling out, have you bought you Melbourne Victory tickets yet? With this wonderful sport growing in popularity every year in Australia make sure you don't delay so as to avoid disappointment.
Melbourne Victory team
The current Melbourne Victory roster is dominated by home-grown Australian players. Victory are captained by midfielder Carl Valeri. Valeri brings his experience playing in Italy to the Victory and a lot of the club's hopes rest on his tall shoulders. Other important Melbourne Victory players include vice-captain Leigh Broxham, Argentina's Matías Sánchez, Kosovo-Albanian forward Besart Berisha and Dutch footballer Leroy George. Some of Victory's best players of all time include ex-captain and current coach Kevin Muscat, James Troisi, Lawrence Thomas, Mark Milligan, Kosta Barbarouses and Rhys Williams. Can the 2018 Melbourne Victory squad lead Victory to an unprecedented fourth AFL title? Buy your Melbourne Victory football tickets here at Ticketbis and cheer on the Victorian side as the VIctory, look for victory.
Melbourne Victory fixtures 2018
Melbourne Victory came agonisingly close to winning a 4th AFL title in 2017. Victory took rivals Sydney FC right to the wire in the 2017 Grand Final, the match ended 1-1 and Melbourne Victory then lost in the cruellest way possible - a penalty shootout. Coming second, however, means the side from Melbourne qualified for the 2018 AFC Champions League and so fans are hopeful of not only glory in the Australian football league, but also in Asia's Champions League. Cheer on the Big V, buy Melbourne Victory FC tickets and be there in the stands as Australian football continues its startling resurgence.