Risultati

Australia - South Australian Premier League 05/14 05:30 10 [10] Adelaide United NPL v Adelaide Comets [3] L 4-2
Australia - South Australian Premier League 04/30 05:30 9 [2] Adelaide Comets v Campbelltown City [4] L 1-2
Australia - South Australian Premier League 04/23 06:00 8 [2] Adelaide Comets v White City FK Beograd [7] W 2-1
Australia - FFA Cup - Qual. 04/16 05:00 - Adelaide Comets v Adelaide Olympic L 1-3
Australia - South Australian Premier League 04/12 11:00 7 [3] Adelaide Comets v Adelaide Olympic [9] W 1-0
Australia - South Australian Premier League 04/01 09:00 6 [4] Metrostars v Adelaide Comets [1] D 1-1
Australia - South Australian Premier League 03/26 04:30 5 [1] South Adelaide Panthers v Adelaide Comets [3] W 0-3
Australia - South Australian Premier League 03/12 06:30 4 [3] Adelaide City v Adelaide Comets [2] D 1-1
Australia - South Australian Premier League 03/04 10:00 3 [3] Adelaide Comets v Sturt Lions [7] W 2-0
Australia - South Australian Premier League 02/25 10:00 1 [8] Cumberland United v Adelaide Comets [1] D 1-1
Australia - South Australian Premier League 02/19 09:45 1 [8] West Torrens Birkalla v Adelaide Comets [5] W 0-5
Australia - South Australian Premier League 10/22 09:00 1 [2] Adelaide City v Adelaide Comets [1] L 3-2

Stat.

 TotalIn casaFuori casa
Partite disputate 34 16 18
Wins 15 10 5
Draws 11 2 9
Losses 8 4 4
Goals for 52 27 25
Goals against 40 16 24
Clean sheets 11 7 4
Failed to score 5 2 3

Wikipedia - Adelaide Comets FC

The Adelaide Comets FC are a soccer club based in Adelaide, South Australia. The club competes in the National Premier Leagues South Australia. They are based in Adelaide's western suburb of Mile End and play home games at Santos Stadium.

History

The Adelaide Comets Football Club was formed in 1994 and were known as the Adelaide Raiders Soccer Club who competed in the SAASL (South Australian Amateur Soccer League). To avoid confusion with another local soccer club which plays under the name of "Raiders", the playing name was changed to Adelaide Comets in 2001 when the club first fielded junior teams.

As Adelaide Raiders, the club won the South Australia Amateur Soccer League SAASL Saturday Division 2 Championship in its inaugural year and gained promotion to the SAASL Saturday Division 1 competition. In 1997, they established themselves as the states premier Amateur League side becoming Champions in Saturday's Division 1 Competition. In 2001, the club registered 5 teams in the South Australian Soccer Federation's (SASF) Junior Premier League.

Achieving this goal was the catalyst for the club changing its name to Adelaide Comets, to avoid confusion with Adelaide Raiders (Formerly Adelaide Croatia Raiders). During this time, the club's senior team continued to enjoy success in the SAASL winning consecutive Championships in 2001, 2002 and 2003. This ongoing success at the highest level of amateur competition generated the push for a move to a higher league for the Adelaide Comets. The club made several attempts over a number of years to find a place for itself within the SASF competition with no success.

Finally, with the implementation of a new governing body for the sport in South Australia, Adelaide Comets entered the newly formed State League in 2006 under the banner of the Football Federation South Australia (FFSA).

The club now boasts one of the largest junior based clubs in South Australia with 370 junior players, along with three SAASL Amateur men's teams, FFSA Open Age Women's and a respected seniors squad who after gaining promotion through the FFSA State and Premier League competitions now competes in the states top division of football, The FFSA Super League. Thus totalling an impressive number of nearly 500 registered players across the club.

Comets advanced to the final of the 2018 FFSA Federation Cup by defeating Cumberland United 3–2 in the Semi Final. They defeated Croydon Kings in the 2018 FFSA Federation Cup final awarding them a spot in the Round of 32 of the 2018 FFA Cup. On 25 July 2018 they defeated Football West State League 1 side Gwelup Croatia advancing to the round of 16 of the 2018 FFA Cup.