Sydney Women's FC News

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Sydney FC fires warning shot with win over Canberra United

It was expected to be a tightly contested match between this season’s W-League championship contenders, a battle for the prized position at the top of the table. Instead it was a Sydney FC stampede that finished with a dejected Canberra United losing 6-1 in front of a buoyant crowd at Lambert Park. The opening 10 ...
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THEWOMENSGAME.COM

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Preview: Sydney FC v Canberra United

Preview: Sydney FC v Canberra United

This match-up is a perennial highlight on the Westfield W-League calendar and another high quality contest is assured as the leaders welcome of the league’s in-form teams.
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W-LEAGUE.COM.AU

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Sydney FC W-League game at Seymour Shaw on Sunday 27 November

Sydney FC W-League are coming to Sutherland on Sunday 27 November – kick off at 5pm. We are looking forward to a crowd of vocal supporters attending the match to support Sydney FC, the W-League and Women’s football. Last time the W-League played at Seymour Shaw the stadium was full – let’s again show our […]
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SHIREFOOTBALL.COM.AU

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Sydney FC W-League action in the Sutherland Shire

W-League action returned to the Sutherland Shire as Sydney FC defeated Adelaide 2 – 0 at Seymour Shaw Stadium in front of a huge crowd of almost 2,000 spectators. Our Association was represented through 17 of its Clubs who were either Mascots, Ball Girls or played in the half time small sided games. An entertaining […]
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SHIREFOOTBALL.COM.AU

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Number One Khamis Cherishing Belief

Number One Khamis Cherishing Belief

Sydney FC Westfield W-League shotstopper Sham Khamis has credited the belief shown in her from Head Coach Dan Barrett and his staff for producing her outstanding performances to date.
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SYDNEYFC.COM

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Sky Blues Make It Three In A Row

Sky Blues Make It Three In A Row

Sydney FC has moved into second place on the Westfield W-League ladder after they defeated Adelaide United 2-0 in front of a bumper crowd Seymour Shaw on Sunday.
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