Sunday, August 1, 2021

Soccer

Halfpenny finds his feet in Europe after signing new deal

Local teenager signs new international deal.

King Kamau cleans up

Star Wanderers forward Bruce Kamau and experienced defender Caitlin Cooper have been crowned the club’s Wanderers Medal Player of the Year winners.

Confirmed: New TV deal for A-League, W-League

The A-League will end its long association with Fox Sports at the conclusion of this season, with a new TV deal struck with Channel 10 and soon-to-be-launched streaming service Paramount+.

Wanderers must save season in biggest rivalry

Western Sydney are urging their passionate supporters to get behind them more than ever this week as they come off their most disappointing loss of the season.

Talented teen hoping for A-League debut with Wanderers

Lochlan Constable is on the verge of making his A-League debut.

Wander Women prepare for biggest season yet

With the opponents, dates and venues finally set, the countdown is officially on to the start of the 2020/21 W-League season.

Wanderers to open A-League season on December 27

The Western Sydney Wanderers will open the new football season on Sunday, December 27 with a historic A-League and Westfield W-League double header.

Europe calls for Glenmore Park teenager

With a name like Cooper Halfpenny, you just know this kid from Glenmore Park is going to be a star.

Covic returns to Wanderers in coaching role

The Western Sydney Wanderers have announced the return of club legend Ante Covic as the club’s Westfield W-League goalkeeper coach.

Mixed response to new Wanderers kit

The Western Sydney Wanderers have unveiled their new kit for the club's upcoming A-League and W-League campaigns.

Wanderers skipper to take up Middle East opportunity

Western Sydney Wanderers FC have today confirmed the departure of captain Mitchell Duke who leaves the club to pursue an overseas opportunity.

Wanderers ready to begin Finals push

Western Sydney’s push for a coveted spot in the A-League Finals begins tonight when they travel up the M1 to face the last-placed Mariners.

Jean-Paul de Marigny to remain in charge of Wanderers

The Western Sydney Wanderers will stick with Jean-Paul de Marigny as head coach of the club’s Hyundai A-League team until the conclusion of the 2020/21 season.

Local clubs expecting boost in football participation

The Women's World Cup will have a huge impact on local football.

Wanderers star backs A-League’s winter shift

Western Sydney Wanderers star Matt Jurman is backing the A-League’s plan to shift the timing of next season to align more with the winter sporting codes, saying it will be a huge win for both fans and players.

Agreement reached on A-League’s return

The A-League will play the remaining 27 matches of its regular season over just 28 days in what promises to be a feast for...

A-League season remains in limbo, but will be completed

Football Federation Australia (FFA) has re-confirmed its intention to resume the 2019/20 A-League season as soon as possible, but the competition remains suspended for now.

Wanderwomen look to create history

For the first time in their eight-year history the Western Sydney Wanderers will play their first ever W-League Finals game when they take on Melbourne City this Sunday for a place in the Grand Final.

Wanderers sack coach Markus Babbel

The Western Sydney Wanderers have sacked coach Markus Babbel.

Wanderers and German ace part ways

Striker Alex Meier and the Western Sydney Wanderers have agreed to part ways.