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Question 1: Wollongong Wolves became the only side from regional ________ to win the league, with their back to back titles in 1999/2000 and 2000/01.
AustraliaBarbadosUnited KingdomCanada

Question 2: The petroleum company Ampol sponsored cup competitions in the various states, starting with ________ in 1957, with other states following in their stead.
Victoria (Australia)New South WalesAustraliaQueensland

Question 3: The competition was also known by various names including the Philips Soccer League, Coca-Cola Soccer League, Ericsson Cup and briefly during the mid-1990s the ________.
2009–10 A-LeagueA-League2008–09 A-League2007–08 A-League

Question 4: The league would avoid being marginalised in the media during the peak of the ________ and Australian Rugby League seasons, as well as providing better playing surfaces and spectator comfort owing to the better weather.
AFL Grand Final2001 AFL Grand Final2008 AFL seasonAustralian Football League

Question 5: From 1962 until 1968 an Australia Cup was held, but its ambition of becoming an ________ style knockout competition went unfulfilled.
FA Cup Semi-finalsFA Cup2008–09 FA Cup2009–10 FA Cup

Question 6: The National Soccer League, or NSL, is the former national ________ competition in Australasia, overseen by Soccer Australia and later the Australian Soccer Association.
Association footballRugby unionOlympic GamesAssociation football around the world

Question 7: Little-known Mooroolbark from ________'s outer eastern suburbs broke the deadlock by joining the competition, bringing three other Victorian sides with it, making the national league a reality.
Darwin, Northern TerritorySydneyMelbourne City CentreMelbourne

Question 8: This coincided with a renewed push by soccer authorities to force clubs to market themselves to mainstream ________, as opposed to their own mostly migrant fan bases.
United KingdomBarbadosAustraliaCanada

Question 9: Marconi, South Melbourne FC, Adelaide City and the ________ were the dominant sides of this era, with numerous titles and grand final appearances between them.
Sunshine George Cross FCMelbourne Knights FCNorth Geelong WarriorsSt Albans Saints

Question 10: For season 1984 the 'Australian' Conference had competing teams from ________ and the ACT, whilst the 'National' Conference consisted of Victorian, South Australian and Queensland clubs.
TasmaniaVictoria (Australia)Northern TerritoryNew South Wales







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