Soccer

W-League team to call Kingswood home

The Western Sydney Wanderers W-League team will call Kingswood home this season after Western Sydney University (WSU) secured a deal with the club to...

Call for pitch overhaul

The Nepean Football Association (NFA) have started a petition to assist in making the dream of having a synthetic pitch constructed in the local...

Wanderers sign German defender

The Western Sydney Wanderers have announced the signing of German-born defender Patrick Ziegler for the next three Hyundai A-League seasons. The 28-year-old towering defender comes...

Matildas and Brazil to face off in Penrith

In one of the biggest local sporting coups since the Sydney 2000 Olympics, an agreement between Penrith Council and Football Federation Australia will see...

Big stage beckons for Emma

In just a couple of months Emma Kocbek’s hard work, commitment and determination will finally come to fruition when she officiates her first ever...

Giant step for local referees

A trio of local referees from the Nepean Referees Group (NRG) could one day be officiating in the A-League or W-League after being selected...

A-League in crisis as RBB plans boycott

The A-League is in crisis with some of football's most passionate fans declaring they'll boycott Saturday night's match between the Western Sydney Wanderers and...

Wanderers to play EPL giants Arsenal

Arsenal Football Club and the New South Wales Government today announced a multi-year Tourism Partnership, which will culminate in Arsenal playing the Western Sydney...

Alix goes from the couch to centre stage

It wasn't that long ago that Alix Roberts and her dad would watch W-League games together on the couch at their home in Leonay. Soon...

Matildas ready for landmark match

The Matildas have assembled in Western Sydney today as they prepare to face Brazil in front of the biggest home crowd the Australian women’s...

Wanderers have revenge on their minds

Revenge will be on the minds of many Western Sydney Wanderers players and fans this Sunday evening when they take on arch enemies Brisbane...

Who do you slow down for?

Minister for Roads Duncan Gay has asked the Western Sydney Wanderers and their supporters: who do you slow down for? The NSW Government and Western...

Group chat was first hint players had of Popovic’s departure

When the news of Tony Popovic’s shock departure from the Western Sydney Wanderers broke on Sunday afternoon, a players-only ‘group chat’ on the smartphone...

Glenmore Park FC hunts silverware

Glenmore Park FC will field an impressive eight teams at this weekend’s prestigious Football NSW Champion of Champions tournament. Commencing in 1968, Champion of Champions...

Wanderers name Markus Babbel as new coach

Markus Babbel has been named as the new coach of the Western Sydney Wanderers. The former German international (51 caps), Bayern Munich and Liverpool defender...

Griffiths joins Wanderers

The Western Sydney Wanderers have today announced the signing of Ryan Griffiths until the end of the 2016/17 season. The talented talisman will join the...

Matildas confirm return to Penrith

The Matildas will return to Penrith later this year to take on Chile at Panthers Stadium. Penrith Mayor John Thain said the announcement is a...

Top of the table Wanderers have Victory in their sights

For the first time in more than two years, the Western Sydney Wanderers are back at the top of the A-League ladder as they...

Local football icon George Churchward passes away

George Churchward, the Founding and Life Member of Nepean Football Association (NFA), passed away last Saturday, June 4, aged 92. A founding and long serving...

Wanderers secure Argentinian midfielder

The Western Sydney Wanderers have today announced the loan signing of Argentinian midfielder Nicolás Martinez from Olympiacos in Greece. Joining the Wanderers as a marquee...