Despite struggling in the A-League, Adelaide United remain Australia's most consistent performers in the Asian Champions League.
Two more A-League clubs have failed at the Asian Champions League group stage. So considering the hurdles they face to compete, is it worth taking part?
Melbourne Victory are out of the Asian Champions League and skipper Kevin Muscat's playing career is over after a 1-1 draw with Korea's Jeju United.
Melbourne Victory will crunch the attacking numbers to give themselves every hope of qualifying for the second stage of the Asian Champions League.
Kevin Muscat played his final home match for Melbourne Victory in a 1-1 Asian Champions League draw which keeps his side's slim second stage hopes alive.
Kevin Muscat has played his final home match for Melbourne Victory in a 1-1 Asian Champions League draw at Etihad Stadium.
Melbourne Victory have lost three players, including Robbie Kruse, to suspension for their next Asian Champions League match against Gamba Osaka.
Melbourne Victory have resurrected their Asian Champions League hopes, beating Group E leaders Tianjin Teda 2-1 at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday night.
Former Manchester United hardman Roy Keane has emerged as a shock contender to coach A-League club Melbourne Victory.
Melbourne Victory midfielder Grant Brebner has trained well and could provide a much-needed boost for his side's Asian Champions League campaign.
Brisbane Roar coach Ange Postecoglou dreams of winning the 2012 Asian Champions League with his slick A-League side.
Kevin Muscat will retire after Melbourne Victory's Asian Champions League campaign and eventually wants to coach the club.
With the A-League over, Sydney FC is set to bring in the big-name reinforcements for the Asian Champions League campaign starting next month.
Melbourne Victory's failed Asian Champions League campaign was finally put out of its misery with a 3-2 defeat by Seongnam Ilhwa in their final group match.
Melbourne Victory's Asian Champions League wipeout has magnified Adelaide United's effort in reaching the competition's knockout stage for the second time.
Melbourne Victory exited Asian Champions League contention with barely a whimper as Chinese club Beijing Guoan held them to a 0-0 draw on Wednesday night.