|1||Adelaide U21||8||18||6||0||2||17||18||-1 1|
|2||Brisbane U21||8||15||5||0||3||28||10||+18 4|
|3||Melbourne City U21||8||10||3||1||4||18||23||-5 2|
|4||Melbourne Victory U21||8||9||3||0||5||17||22||-5 4|
|5||Perth Glory U21||8||7||2||1||5||8||15||-7 2|
|1||Sydney FC U21||8||18||6||0||2||21||11||+10 1|
|2||Newcastle Jets U21||8||16||5||1||2||17||12||+5 1|
|3||WS Wanderers U21||8||13||4||1||3||20||25||-5 3|
|4||Central Coast U21||8||9||3||0||5||24||22||+2 1|
|5||FFA Centre of Excellence U21||8||3||1||0||7||13||25||-12 1|
The National Youth League is an Australian national association football youth developmental and reserve league, run by Football Federation Australia. The National Youth League was established as a successor to the competition of the same name and commenced in August 2008. The league runs in conjunction with the A-League as a developmental/reserve league. It is currently contested by ten teams, nine of which compete in the A-League, the other, the Australian Institute of Sport. Seasons currently run from October to March.
The league is currently sponsored by Foxtel and thus officially known as the Foxtel National Youth League.