Aurelio Vidmar

A. (Aurelio) Vidmar


As a member for outstanding performance

Inducted 2008

Born in Woodville, South Australia

Contributed to the game of football as a Player and Coach

Played 294 NSL games (267 with Adelaide City) scoring 52 goals, NSL Player of the Year 2001 and Winner Golden Boot Award 2000/1, in 1994/5 at Standard Liege was Belgium’s top scorer with 22 goals and was voted Oceania’s Player of the Year 1995, represented Australia in 3 World Cup campaigns also the Confederations Cup in 1997 and 2001 and the Olympic Games in Atlanta USA 1996. Played 53 games for Australia 7 as captain scoring 18 goals

Adelaide United FC inaugural Club Captain and later became Assistant and the Head Coach