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Wanderers to open new A-League season with four home games in first five rounds at CommBank Stadium

The Western Sydney Wanderers will open the Isuzu UTE A-League men’s 2022/2023 season with a huge Round 1 Sunday afternoon game against Perth Glory at Wanderland – and they’ll enjoy four home games in the first five rounds.

A pivotal part of the draw comes in early February when the Wanderers have two giant games in six days at Wanderland. First up will be a matchup with the reigning champions Western United on Sunday February 5, before returning to CommBank Stadium in a Round 16 clash against Sydney FC in the Sydney Derby.

The Wanderers will play two away Sydney derbies against Sydney FC at the new Allianz Stadium on Saturday 12 November and Saturday 18 March.

The full A-Leagues Season 2022/23 Draw can be found here.

The Wanderers will play storied English Premier League club Everton at CommBank Stadium in the FIFA World Cup window, with the game on Wednesday 23 November part of the Sydney Super Cup series.

It will be the second international fixture for the Wanderers since Wanderland was rebuilt and re-opened in 2019. The Wanderers played Leeds United in the first football game at the new venue in June 2019, taking the visitors down to the wire in a 1-2 thriller.

Tickets for the Wanderers v Everton FC Sydney Super Cup clash are on sale now at Want to watch this game in style? You can also lock in your Premium Experience here.

The Wanderers are rebuilding strongly for the 2022/23 season and, in a fantastic week for the club, have announced the signings of well-credentialed European striker Sulejman Krpic, ex-Socceroos and Wanderers defender Ruon Tongyik and former Socceroos forward Brandon Borrello.

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Sydney Derby to proceed as planned at CommBank Stadium this Saturday

See the full A-Leagues release here

The A-Leagues have announced that the scheduled Isuzu UTE A-League Men’s Sydney Derby set to take place on Saturday 5 March between the Western Sydney Wanderers and Sydney will proceed as planned.

However, as this match was also scheduled as a double-header, the following Liberty A-League Women’s match between Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne City, will be relocated to Wanderers Football Park on Sunday 6 March due to the on-going flooding situation in New South Wales.

The pitch at CommBank Stadium has been deemed fit for play for a single match this weekend, but concerns have been raised regarding the possibility of the surface being unable to support back-to-back matches due to the excessive rainfall that has continued throughout the week.

The increase in flood waters in the area around the venue has resulted in further flooding of the drainage system and has continued for a number of days due to being in close proximity to the flooded Parramatta River. The pitch has been unable to drain off excess water and therefore the surface unable to thoroughly dry.

To ensure both games can proceed this weekend, the Liberty A-League Women’s match between Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne City has been relocated to Wanderers Football Park, with the kick off time of 12:05pm AEDT on Sunday 6 March.

NSW Government confirms 75% capacity for Sydney Derby at CommBank Stadium on 20 November

Western Sydney Wanderers FC and CommBank Stadium have today welcomed the NSW Government’s decision to have 75%, or 22,500, capacity for the upcoming Sydney Derby on Saturday 20 November 2021.

The blockbuster fixture will open the Wanderers ISUZU Ute A-League season with tickets set to go on sale to the general public on Ticketek at the end of the week.

The match will be part of a festival of football at CommBank Stadium in the month of November with a number of international matches in the run-up to the start of the domestic competition.

In line with the current NSW Government Health Orders, only those who live in the Greater Sydney Area (which includes Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour) are eligible to attend.

It is also compulsory for all adult ticket holders (aged 16+) to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Tickets for the Sydney Derby will go on sale to MyWanderers Account Holders and away club members on Wednesday 27 October at 12:00pm AEDT. General public tickets will go on sale on Friday 29 October at 12:00-noon AEDT.

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas welcomed the change in restrictions.

“The Sydney Derby is the biggest match in the calendar and we are delighted to have the capacity to host our members, corporate partners and fans at CommBank Stadium,” said Tsatsimas.

“We are counting down the days to get back to our home and are excited to see a sea of Red & Black in the stands.”

CommBank Stadium CEO Daryl Kerry said the Stadium team was thrilled to be welcoming back the Wanderers faithful for the first time since May.

“Bringing events back to NSW is an important part of the State Government’s Roadmap to Recovery and it will be good to again have a sea of red and black inside the Stadium,” Mr Kerry said.

“The Stadium team is looking forward to getting back to doing what we do best: hosting events and delivering an unparalleled event experience for the fans and the players, while ensuring everyone remains safe at all times.”

Football Players Go Free to Phoenix Game as Guests of Wanderers

Registered players in Western Sydney will be able to access FREE tickets to the Wanderers clash against Wellington Phoenix on Monday 15 March at Bankwest Stadium.

In line with the launch of Grassroots Week which starts this Friday, participants from all over Western Sydney will be able to redeem free tickets for the Monday night fixture.

The offer is line with the Wanderers ongoing work in the community to build a greater connection between clubs, associations and grassroots clubs.

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas said the offer was important to increase accessibility to football in celebration of Grassroots Week.

“This club was started by connecting authentically with the grassroots community and making sure they remain a part of our match days,” said Tsatsimas.

“Through our Wandercrew volunteer program, our player mascots, ball kids and half-time Mini-Roos matches we are continually developing avenues to connect with our grassroots participants, administrators and coaches.

“We hope that a large number of players that have signed up to play across Western Sydney this season can make use of this offer as we continue to support those that have been adversely effected over the past 12-months.”

Registered participants can access the offer through their location Association and using the password allocated.

A-League and W-League Seasons to Kick-Off at Bankwest Stadium this Sunday with Fixture Changes Confirmed for January

See the official FFA Media Release here

The A-League and Westfield W-League will proceed with an historic joint kick-off this Sunday 27 December at Bankwest Stadium, with an updated fixture schedule in light of the latest government guidance for New South Wales.

Back-to-back derbies are now scheduled for the opening day of both seasons, the first time the two leagues have begun on the same date, with Bankwest Stadium hosting Western Sydney Wanderers v Sydney FC in the Westfield W-League at 4pm, followed by the Wanderers against expansion club Macarthur FC in the A-League opener at 6:30pm.

Fans attending Sunday’s double-header are encouraged to follow NSW Health Orders and read through our COVID Safe information here

Fixture adjustments have been made for the next month in response to the restricted travel which now applies to persons from New South Wales into other States and Territories. For the next four weeks, all clubs outside of New South Wales will continue to play one another, and all the clubs within New South Wales will continue with their games.

Brisbane Roar FC will host a new double-header at Dolphin Stadium on Tuesday 29 December when they host Melbourne City FC in the Westfield W-League and A-League.

Of the opening 40 A-League games, 15 remain unchanged, five (5) have been brought forward from later in the season, and the remaining games will be rescheduled in the near future in line with government travel and health advice.

Head of Leagues Greg O’Rourke said:

“We gained a significant amount of knowledge from the staging of the 2019/20 season which enabled us to move quickly and respond to these latest changes.

“We’ve mapped out the next month in light of the latest restrictions, and our focus remains on delivering the best possible football experience for every one of our 218 games between now and June 2021.

“We’re five days out from the start of an historic season and we are all ready for the summer of football to begin.”

First Sydney Derby at Bankwest Stadium officially Sold Out

Saturday’s first Hyundai A-League Sydney Derby at Bankwest Stadium is officially a sellout.

The match will mark the Wanderers first Derby back at the club’s spiritual home with a capacity crowd set to fill the Stadium.

RBB in the north, The Cove in the south – this is an atmosphere set to rival the great European football derbies.

While there have been many intense confrontations between the two clubs since the 2012/13 season, Saturday’s first Derby of the season at Bankwest Stadium promises to be one for the ages.

For the Wanderers faithful and players, it will be the first Derby back at home at the new Bankwest Stadium and adding more spice to the fixture is the fact that both sides have had an unbeaten starts to the Hyundai A-league season in the opening two rounds.

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas said Saturday night’s derby will be a night to remember.

“It has been three seasons in the making but tomorrow night the 22nd Sydney Derby will be one to remember,” said Tsatsimas.

“The passion and energy will turn Parramatta red and black on Saturday and with the match selling out we can’t wait to see all our members and fans experience a derby in the best stadium in the country.

“We’re urging all of our 15,382 members to be out in full voice on Saturday night and create an atmosphere inside Wanderland that will show the pride we all have in this club, this team and our region.”

Bankwest Stadium CEO Daryl Kerry said sporting fans were clearly looking forward to the first Hyundai A-League Sydney Derby at the new Western Sydney stadium.

“Everyone is excited to see the Wanderers back playing in Parramatta at Bankwest Stadium, a stadium built by the NSW Government with the fan experience front of mind.

“The Derby has become one of the premier events on the NSW sporting calendar and the atmosphere at the stadium on Saturday night will be something to behold.

“Bankwest Stadium was built for the fans and has quickly become a focal point for the community and embraced by the greater sporting public.”

Three W-League/A-League Double-Headers confirmed for Bankwest Stadium this season

The Western Sydney Wanderers Westfield W-League team will play three home games at Bankwest Stadium this season as part of three W-League/A-League double-headers.

A Round 1 Thursday night fixture on 14 November will the Wanderers face Adelaide United at Marconi Stadium before playing in their first double-header of the season against the Newcastle Jets on Friday 22 November at Bankwest Stadium – ahead of the Wanderers v Melbourne City A-League clash.

The Wander Women will be back for their second double-header at Bankwest Stadium on Friday 20 December when they host Sydney FC in the W-League Sydney Derby.

In the middle of a busy January, the third and final double-header of the season will be played at Bankwest Stadium when the Red & Black take on Perth Glory.

You can see the full Wanderers Women’s fixtures here

Next weekend, the Wanderers men will play the first ever Sydney Derby at Bankwest Stadium, be quick to secure your seat and don’t miss out on history here.

Re-living the Western Sydney Wanderers first game at Bankwest Stadium one month on

Saturday 20 July, 2019. The day the Western Sydney Wanderers came home.

Today marks one month since the Wanderers’ historic game against English club Leeds United and with the Hyundai A-League season on the horizon the excitement for more football at Bankwest Stadium is growing.

From the raucous noise in the stands to a homecoming goal and a last-gasp winner – Wanderers v Leeds was an event to savour for players and fans alike.

So re-live Kwame Yeboah’s goal, the singing and chanting, the stunning light show, the atmosphere . . . re-live it all and get ready for more football at Bankwest Stadium here:

Western Sydney local and Wanderers’ captain on the night, Mitchell Duke, said on the night that Bankwest Stadium has ushered in a new age for the Club.

“This is an exciting time for us, I’m just loving the atmosphere here, it’s been amazing.” said Duke, speaking after the game.

“It was great to see everyone back here in Parramatta with great support behind us.

“The Stadium created an unbelievable atmosphere and there’s loads of things to look forward to this season.”

Just under two months from now, the Wanderers will be back at Bankwest Stadium . . . this time kicking off their 2019/20 Hyundai A-League season against the Central Coast Mariners on Friday 12 October – a homage to their first game in Parramatta back in 2012.

With 13 home games scheduled at the Stadium, and the Red and Black’s famous support behind them, the Wanderers are ready to turn Bankwest Stadium into their fortress.

You can see the full A-League draw here

Two Sydney Derbies and a historic first home game highlight Wanderers’ debut season at Bankwest Stadium

A Sydney Derby double-dose, a historic return to Parramatta and a New Year’s Day special . . . the Western Sydney Wanderers’ first season at Bankwest Stadium is one to savour.

The Wanderers will play 13 home fixtures in the 2019/20 Hyundai A-League season, their first back at their spiritual home in Parramatta since 2015.

The Club’s first game in Round 1 of the season will be a throwback to their first ever home game in the A-League when they take on the Central Coast Mariners on Saturday 12 October.

Two weeks later the passion and excitement of Sydney’s biggest rivalry hits Bankwest Stadium when the Wanderers take on Sydney FC in the first Sydney Derby on Saturday 26 October.

November will see the Wanderers host the Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City at the Stadium before a Christmas season special against A-League newcomers Western United FC on Friday 20 December.

The Wanderers’ traditional New Year’s Day fixture will have the Brisbane Roar making their second appearance at Bankwest Stadium.

Games against Perth Glory (19 January), Newcastle Jets (15 February) and Adelaide United (21 February) will round out the Red and Blacks’ home games in the summer.

The highly-anticipated second Sydney Derby will be played on Saturday 21 March before the Wanderers close out their first regular season at Bankwest Stadium with games against Perth Glory (4 April), Melbourne Victory (11 April) and Wellington Phoenix (25 April).

You can see the full 2019/20 Hyundai A-League draw here

The Wanderers made their Bankwest Stadium debut on Saturday 20 July when they played English club Leeds United in the first football game at the Stadium.

The Stadium’s new safe standing area in the Wanderers’ home end will be in place for all of the Red and Blacks’ home games this season.

Stay tuned for ticketing details in the coming weeks.

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