Passionate in the stands and relentless on the pitch. In just four years, with the support of our members and fans, we’ve captured the attention of friends and foe alike, both at home and on the international stage.
We’ve become a force to be reckoned with, our Gold Star forever shining brightly on our chests, the Champions League again on our horizon. We will compete on all fronts, proudly for our region, for the pride and power of Western Sydney.
We are Wanderers.
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Kerem Bulut is back in Red & Black after signing with the NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers.
Tradition continues this Saturday when the Wanderers XI takes on The King’s School Old Boys in the annual Wanderers Heritage match.
Some serious talent was on display at Lynwood Park as schools from the Macarthur District strutted their stuff in the Wanderers Schools Cup.
His father Ian may already be a part of the rugby league sporting furniture in New South Wales but Wanderers’ junior Tate Russell is aiming to make the Russell surname a household one in the round ball game too.
The Wanderbus will be back in action next week with seats available to Tuesday’s Westfield FFA Cup match against Edgeworth FC.
The Western Sydney Wanderers will now put full focus on the finals after a late equaliser for Mounties knocked the Red & Black out of the PS4 NPL2 premiership race.
Two matches left. If we win both, we claim the premiership.
The PS4 NPL2 final round match against Sydney FC at Popondetta Park will be open to Western Sydney Wanderers’ Members.