Adelaide United Team of 20 Years | Left Back

To celebrate 20 years of Adelaide United, we’re inviting fans to vote on our Team of 20 Years.

From Club legends to cult heroes, the competition will be fierce, and we want to know who you think deserves the call up!

Each day we will ask fans to vote on who they believe should be in a selected position, to complete the fan-voted Adelaide United Team of 20 Years. The voting will include both men’s and women’s players.

The final team will be announced at Adelaide United’s 20th Anniversary dinner at Adelaide Oval on Tuesday 23 January.
Today get voting on the left back. Will it be Tarek Elrich, Georgia Campagnale or Cássio? You get to decide!

Enter your vote and your contact details to be in the running to win a double pass to the 20th Anniversary Dinner.

Hosted by Jarrod Walsh, the night will celebrate all the moments and people who have helped shape the club.

Guests will enjoy a three-course meal and premium beverage package, as well as live entertainment and an auction featuring exclusive memorabilia and unique experiences.

Tickets for the 20th Anniversary Dinner are still available with all proceeds from the night going towards the Adelaide United Foundation, which supports youth development, education and community initiatives.

How to vote: The team will be selected in a 4-4-2 formation and include a head coach. A substitutes bench will also be decided from among those that miss out on the starting XI. Click the link below to enter your vote. Voting for all positions will close at midnight on Friday 29 December with the final team to be announced on Tuesday 23 January at Adelaide United’s 20th Anniversary Dinner.



The enormously talented Brazilian was a constant joy to watch for Reds fans, while he terrorised the opposition during 158 matches for the Club.

Just as potent in attack as he was in defence, Cássio is one of the most memorable players to wear the prestigious red kit, and there have been many.

Cássio has an extensive highlights reel spanning both ends of the pitch, and who could forget that volley against Newcastle in 2009.

The Oliveira name lives on through son, Bernardo, a current A-League rising star for the Reds.

Tarek Elrich

Tarek Elrich was a competitor, and we can’t not mention first up his wonder goal in the 2014-15 season that quite literally came from nowhere.

The defender picked the ball up well inside his own half, dribbling at least three Melbourne City players before slotting home.

Not first known for his goal-scoring prowess, Elrich’s pace and determination made him a difficult player to handle all over the park.

An important cog in United’s 2015/16 Championship winning machine, Elrich also scooped the Remo Paris Club Person of the Year awards for the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons for his unwavering dedication to the Club.

Ryan Kitto

Ryan Kitto is a name synonymous with Adelaide United, and things just wouldn’t be the club’s current Isuzu UTE A-League captain.

While other teammates often steal the headlines, Kitto has been grinding his way to fourth spot on United’s all-time appearances list with 189 for the Club.

An FFA (Australia) Cup Medal winner, Kitto’s gut-busting efforts are unmatched down the left wing.

Kitto would do anything for United and has been known to pop up for at least a few crucial goals and many score involvements every season.

Georgia Campagnale

Georgia Campagnale started her Adelaide United career in 2014 and went on to play 72 esteemed games for the Club.

She made her debut away to Sydney FC on 14 September, spending six years with the Club and she held the record for appearances for a time in 2021.

On 1 December 2018, Campagnale scored her first goal for Adelaide United, a 97th minute last-gasp equaliser against Melbourne City FC.

A workhorse no doubt thanks in part to her nutritionist roots, Campagnale was a respected team-mate always welcome at United.

Charlotte Grant

Now a regular feature in the Matildas squad, Charlotte Grant earned her stripes at her home Club in Adelaide United.

She made her debut as a 17-year-old in November 2018, which saw Adelaide United take a 0-1 win over Brisbane Roar.

The versatile defender impressed from there and soon went on to represent Swedish Club, Rosengård in April 2021, before five months later making her debut for her national team.

Grant is a dependable teammate that will never let you down, and her infectious personality is evident on social media throughout any country or Club she is playing in.