WSW v Sydney FC - Match Info - Sydney Derby 2016/17 R1

It's the season opener and we are playing Wanderers at ANZ. 

We are looking to fill up the Gaelic and all the surrounding pubs including: 

  • Central Tavern 
  • The Madison
  • The Royal Exhibition
  • GT's 
  • The Gaelic Club (The Main Cove Pub)
  • Strawberry Hills Hotel 


Train time confirmed.

5:40pm - MARCH: Congregate at Devonshire/Chalmers Street entrance of Central before heading to the platform.
6:01pm - Departure from Central.
6:22pm - Arrival at Olympic Park.

Trains will run every ten minutes from Central starting at 5pm so if you miss the CE you won't be too far behind the main group.

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Sydney FC Fixtures 2016/17

Sat 08 Oct 2016, 07:50pm
Anz Stadium
Western Sydney Wanderers FC V Sydney FC

Sat 15 Oct 2016, 05:35pm
Allianz Stadium
Sydney FC V Central Coast Mariners

Sun 23 Oct 2016, 05:00pm
Westpac Stadium
Wellington Phoenix V Sydney FC

Read more: Sydney FC Fixtures 2016/17

2015/16 Sydney FC Season Review - Part 2 - Looking Ahead

The main error, made by Sydney FC twelve months ago, was not re-signing Marc Janko or bringing on board another striker who was good for fifteen goals a season.

There were others, however - the squad was short on leaders while retaining both Mikael Tavares and Milos Dimitrijevic meant one visa midfielder too many, restricting Arnie’s options in other areas of the pitch. Meanwhile, allowing Alex Gersbach to leave mid-season left a gaping hole and Jacques Faty proved a disaster at centreback.

The latter two problems appear to have been rectified. The signings of Michael Zullo and Alex Wilkinson should have the roles of leftback and backline-leading central defender taken care of, though question marks remain around Zullo’s fitness. With Seb Ryall and Rhyan Grant fighting it out for the rightback spot and Aaron Calver offering backup, Sydney still need a reserve left-sided and central defender.

Read more: 2015/16 Sydney FC Season Review - Part 2 - Looking Ahead