Sydney FC News


What will change when Milos Ninkovic leaves Sydney FC?

Milos Ninkovic, the man who has changed Sydney FC ever since he joined back in 2015. Since then, he has scored and assisted a countless number of times, but more importantly has been the face and influence of Sydney FC on a number of occasions and in big games. He is a guy who is […]
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Race to the Plate not over: Sydney FC

Sydney FC star Adam Le Fondre insists the race for the Premiers Plate is not over despite sitting ten points behind ladder leaders Perth with eight games to go. The Sky Blues appeared a major threat for the Glory for most of the season, however have dropped five points to lowly sides over the past […]
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Everything is going great for Sydney FC – except for the results

Sydney FC’s 1-1 draw with the Central Coast Mariners at Leichhardt Oval was another case of the Sky Blues doing everything right off the pitch and not a lot right on it. How good was watching an A-League game at a packed Leichhardt? The old ground looked a treat decked out in sky blue – […]
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A-League's new team to be named Western United, wear green and black

Perth Glory won their third consecutive match against the Melbourne Victory putting them seven points clear on top of the ladder. Jamie MacLaren's equaliser was enough for Melbourne City to secure a point in a tight encounter with Adelaide United. Western Sydney Wanderers recorded their first win in two months with a 2-0 win over Central Coast. A late goal to Dylan Wenzel-Halls has given the Brisbane Roar a 2-1 win over Sydney FC at Suncorp Stadium. It was a goalkeeping masterclass for both Newcastle Jets and Wellington Phoenix as they settled for a draw. Former Socceroo Craig Foster reflects on Hakeem al-Araibi wanting to see his wife, his teammates, and that he felt strong. Refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi speaks for the first time since landing back in Australia, thanking many for his return. Victory star import Keisuke Honda speaks honestly about the impact age has on his body. Western United will be the name of the A-League's 11th club, and it will play in the unorthodox colours of green and black. A two-week fan survey helped club chiefs to decide on the key elements of the club's identity, unveiled on Wednesday. Western United won out over Western Athletic, Western Melbourne Warriors and the catchy Westside Pride. Football boss Steve Horvat said the decisions meant "this week the club proper has been born." "It will no longer be a consortium or a bid. We don't have...
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Match preview: Brisbane Roar vs Sydney FC

Brisbane Roar, the team that are arguably on the worst form they have been on in years, come up against Sydney FC, the team that has had an excellent transfer window. Sydney FC made good moves by signing Mitch Austin and Reza Ghoochannejhad, renewing Socceroo Rhyan Grant’s contract and getting rid of Charles Lokolingoy (who […]
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Redmayne saves Sydney FC again in A-League

Goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne has again come to the rescue of Sydney FC after denying Riley McGree from the penalty spot in their 2-0 A-League win over Melbourne City. The Sky Blues appeared on their way to a draw on Sunday when Bart Schenkeveld convinced the referee that he’d been brought down in the box in […]
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