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Western Sydney Wanderers FC

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Established
2012 (9 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Bankwest Stadium
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Location
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Australian A-League

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Western Sydney Wanderers FC is an Australian professional soccer club based in the western region of Sydney, New South Wales. It competes in the country's premier soccer competition, the A-League, under license from Football Federation Australia (FFA). The club has established itself as a major force in both Australia and Asia, having won one A-League Premiership and an AFC Champions League title in its short history. Through its success, the club has been described as "world football's fairytale".

Formed in April 2012, by FFA, Wanderers was established with a strong community focus. A series of community forums across Western Sydney helped choose the club's name and colours, as well as its culture and playing style. The club's record-breaking inaugural season won them an A-League premiership and saw the club reach the 2013 A-League Grand Final. The club followed that up by contesting the 2014 A-League Grand Final and securing second place in their second season of the league. The club was also crowned Asian Champions in their debut Champions League season, becoming the first Australian side to win the tournament.

The club is run from a facility based in Blacktown, and plays matches at Parramatta Stadium, a 21,487 seat multi-use venue in Parramatta. A youth team competes in the National Youth League. A women's team competes in the W-League. The youth and women matches are played at various locations across Western Sydney, including Marconi Stadium, Campbelltown Stadium and Cook Park. A Powerchair Football team competes in the NSW Western Division Powerchair Football League, with matches played at Kevin Betts Stadium in Mt Druitt.

Team Members
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Michael
Thwaite




Oriol
Riera




Nick
Fitzgerald




Adrian
Madaschi




Tarek
Elrich




Ryan
Griffiths




Danijel
Nizic




Mark
Natta




Kwame
Yeboah




Daniel
Margush




Tass
Mourdoukoutas




Tate
Russell




Keanu
Baccus




Thomas
Aquilina




Bernie
Ibini-Isei




Patrick
Ziegler




Jordan
O'Doherty




Bruce
Kamau




Simon
Cox




Graham
Dorrans




Daniel
Georgievski




Dylan
McGowan




Vedran
Janjetovic




James
Troisi




Nicolai
Muller




Ziggy
Gordon



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Stadium or Home

Parramatta Stadium (known as Pirtek Stadium for sponsorship purposes) is an Australian sports stadium situated in Parramatta, Sydney, New South Wales. The stadium is used as the home ground of National Rugby League (NRL) club the Parramatta Eels, A-League club, the Western Sydney Wanderers & National Rugby Championship (NRC) club, the Greater Sydney Rams.

It has also hosted numerous other sporting and cultural events since its opening in 1986. Michael Jackson performed at the stadium during his Bad World Tour on 20–21 November 1987, and Paul McCartney concluded the Australian leg of The New World Tour with two shows there on 22–23 March 1993.

The precinct the stadium was built on is historically known as Cumberland Oval. The stadium is in the process of undergoing a refit and expansion, which will bring the capacity of the stadium to approximately 24,000 seats as well as improving facilities for players, the clubs, supporters and the media.

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