Wellington Phoenix will relocate to NSW for the beginning of the upcoming A-League season.
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Saturday's 1-1 draw between Wellington Phoenix and Adelaide United ensured the defending champions would finish top of the table.
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The FFA has confirmed that the A-League will resume on Friday after a 4-month hiatus, with three Melbourne teams in quarantine at a hub in Sydney.
The remainder of the A-League season will play out mainly in NSW because of government travel restrictions imposed to curb the spread of COVID-19.
New Zealand media reported on Friday that six players were already in Australia, while two others were en route from Mexico and Britain.
A-League team will return to training this week after players agreed to a pay-cut but a broadcast deal has yet to be finalised.
Wellington Phoenix will seek to enter a team in the W-League as New Zealand ramped up its final push to co-host the 2023 Women's World Cup.
Details are yet to be confirmed, but the hub model is thought be the preferred option, with Sydney the front-runner to host the remaining fixtures.
Wellington Phoenix are investigating a joyriding incident involving two of the club's players during their coronavirus quarantine in Sydney.
A condensed A-League season looks set to play out almost entirely in Sydney and Melbourne under a revamped schedule that is close to finalisation.
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