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SFCU Aus Supporters Website of the Year 2014/15

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.

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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.

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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


The Cove A-league Grand Final 2014/15 Photos

On behalf of the Cove, we'd like to thank every Sydney FC supporter who has made this year one to remember.

On the field it wasn't our night and that's just the way football goes. Through the lows and highs we'll always be there.

It's been a great season and a huge step forward from where we were 12 months ago. Onward and upward from here.

The Cove,

(Currently video only loads on PC due to music copyright on youtube - will be updated soon to work on mobile).

View Grand Final Photos Here

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MOTM Grand Final: Melb Victory v Sydney FC


  • Allocate six points any way you want to Sydney FC players who made it onto the pitch.

  • Voting Closes Friday Week.

  • For the actual player of the year, the top three pointscorers each week will get 3 - 2 - 1 points for the final tally. However, 2nd and 3rd won't be announced each week.


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Grand Final Preview: Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC

The A-League Grand Final is the game that every A-League club strives to get to. Sydney FC qualified for the Grand Final with an emphatic 4:1 win over Adelaide United and will now take on Premiers Melbourne Victory for the right to be called Champions.

Melbourne Victory earned the right to host the Grand Final by way of comfortably beating a poor Melbourne City side. Victory head into the game having lost just once in their last five games. To add some context to that one loss, they have lost three games this season at AAMI Park and that most recent loss was to Newcastle Jets…at AAMI Park. They have scored nine and conceded three; not the greatest statistics for a five game stretch but all that matters is winning, which they did in 80% of those five games.

Like the Victory, our Sky Blues come into the Grand Final on the back of four wins and one loss in their last five games. The bonus for Sydney is that they come into the final on a four game winning streak, scoring 13 goals but conceding six. Defensively, we are worse off than Victory but have more than made up for it with an attacking front line that has been scintillating in recent weeks.

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