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.
The Western Sydney Wanderers picked-up one of the most important wins of the season when they defeated the in-form Fraser Park 6-3 at Blacktown Football Park on Saturday.
We're top of the table and they're in-form. A huge match-up in tonight's NPL2.
The Wanderers continue their premiership tilt against the form club of the NPL 2 on Saturday night at Blacktown Football Park.
Over 4,000 Western Sydney junior footballers will get to meet their heroes on Saturday when the Western Sydney Wanderers visit grassroots clubs this weekend.
Brendan Upsall, 11, teamed up with his beloved Western Sydney Wanderers last week to launch Fight Cancer Foundation’s national campaign Footy Colours Day.
Ramy Najjarine was still in primary school when Western Sydney were formed in 2012 but four years on, the sixteen-year-old starlet finds himself training with the Wanderers’ Hyundai A-League team.
The Western Sydney Wanderers remain at the top of the PS4 NPL2 table despite losing 3-2 to Bankstown Berries at the Crest Athletics Centre.
Wanderers are no strangers to hundreds of fans but they may have their work cut out for them this weekend.