The A-League has made a number of changes to its fixture to accommodate the Asian Champions League campaigns of Perth Glory and Sydney FC.
A number of changes have been made to the A-League fixture to accommodate the Asian Champions League campaigns of Perth and Sydney FC.
The pair have qualified for the group stage of the ACL while Melbourne Victory will need to win two qualifying games to also feature.
"The Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Season draw was developed with flexibility to be able to accommodate the match schedules of Perth Glory, Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory, should they progress to the group stage of the AFC Champions League 2020," FFA head of leagues Greg O'Rourke said.
"Following the recent AFC Champions League 2020 draw we are now able to make these adjustments with minimal disruption to the Hyundai A-League competition to assist the participating clubs."
Glory have ACL games on February 11 and 18, March 4, April 7 and 22 and May 6.
Sydney will playing in the continental competition on February 12 and 19, March 4, April 7 and 21 and May 5.
Brisbane's home game against Perth was brought forward a day to February 22, with a kick off of 4pm (5pm AEDT).
As a result, Newcastle's home game against Victory that day was pushed back from 5pm to 7.30pm, with Central Coast's home game against Sydney FC moved to Sunday February 23 at 6pm.
Sydney FC's home game against Newcastle was moved from April 18 was rescheduled for April 16, with the Thursday kick off of 7pm.
Central Coast's home game against Western Sydney will now be played on April 18 at 5pm, a day earlier than first scheduled.
Two W-League fixtures were also moved.
Sydney FC will face Perth at 4pm on February 22 while Brisbane will host Canberra on February 23 at 4.30pm (5.30pm AEDT).