Sydney FC have signed a new deal with Puma and have released their new kit for the 2015/16 Season. The simplistic and clean Sydney blue design is a great improvement on previous kits. Our Away kit is also in white with a similar classic design to our away kit back in 2005/06 and 2006/07.
Sydney FC kick off their 2015/16 season on Saturday October 10, 7:30pm at Home to Melbourne City.
Checkout SFCU Forums for more discussion on these kits for 2015/16 - Click Here
It was another great night at the FFDU Awards 2015 showcasing the achievements of fans, players, writers and clubs amongst the football community in Australia.
There were a number of SFCU, The Cove and Sydney FC related nominations that reached the final round of voting. We (SFCU) were nominated for Aus Supporters Club Website of the Year and Supporters Club Event of the year. The Cove was nominated for Supporters club of the year and Sydney FC was nominated for Away Day experience and Community club of the year. Marc Janko & Milos Dimitrijevic were up for A-league footballer of the year, while Teresa Polias was up for Female footballer of the year. Steve Southworth (Southy) was also nominated for Football supporter of the year after his contributions to match day and active support this season.
SFCU.com.au won Aus Supporters Club Website of the Year 2014/15 for a 3rd year in a row. Thanks for voting everyone and continuing to use and support the site. Grand Muir and myself (James Gosbell) attended to receive the award. It's our 4th award for this category out of the 5 years of the awards.
Tony Pignata CEO of Sydney FC also attended to receive the award for Away Day Experience of the Year and for Marc Janko as A-league Footballer of the year. Teresa Polias from Sydney FC's W-league side also won Female Footballer of the year.
Thanks for everyone voting and for Southy, Addison and Liam from The Cove for attending and showing their support.
See you all next year.
To see Full List of Winners - Click Here
This week's NBBS podcast is up. The crew discuss what could of have been but look forward to our bright future. We also interview Andrew Kim from Sydney FC Powerchair Team and learn more about how it is played.
This is our last podcast till next month, send through any questions you have for the next podcast or you can tweet them using the #NBBSPod hashtag.