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A goal within the first minute of the match by Santalab was cancelled out as the South Korean side scored three unanswered goals to win the match.
A 2—0 win against Central Coast Mariners in the semi-finals of the finals series on 26 April , saw the team progress to their second A-League Grand Final in as many seasons.
Despite being down 3—1 on aggregate, the team managed to overturn the result and win 2—0 to progress to the quarter-finals in what was Ono's, Hersi's, Polenz's and inaugural captain Michael Beauchamp 's final match for the club.
They became the first Australian team to be crowned Asian champions, an achievement they reached in only their first attempt in the Asian tournament.
There were some controversial decisions from the Japanese referee Yuichi Nishimura , where Al-Hilal felt they deserved two clear penalties.
The club's Asian success however, was not replicated in the beginning of the A-League season, with the team managing only three draws out of the first nine matches.
After a grueling three months the club ended their third season in the league in ninth position,  whilst their Champions League season also ended unfavourably with the title-holders eliminated from the group stage, finishing third in their group.
The beginning of the —16 season saw Popovic extended his initial contract with the club for a further three seasons. After a slow start to the —16 A-League season, with only 1 point after three matches, Wanderers found their winning ways with a seven-game winning streak to see the team top the league table.
The club was unable to stay on top of the league however, and after mixed results in the final half of the season they finished 2nd below Adelaide United, who the Wanderers had failed to beat in the last few weeks of the season.
In their final series semi-final match, Wanderers hosted Brisbane Roar at Parramatta Stadium in the last game before the stadium was demolished.
In front of a sold-out crowd of 20, Brisbane started the game strongly by racing to a 3—0 lead inside 23 minutes but the Wanderers responded with two goals to make it 3—2 at half time.
Romeo Castelen scored an equaliser then put the Wanderers 4—3 in front, only for Brisbane to score again to take the game to extra time.
In the nd minute substitute Dario Vidosic scored the decisive goal to send Wanderers to a third Grand Final in four years. Three days after the Sydney Derby they started their Asian Champions League campaign by losing 4—0 to Urawa Reds, and subsequent results saw them fail to qualify from the Group Stage.
After defeating Wellington Phoenix 3—1 they confirmed their place in the A-League finals, with Brendon Santalab scoring twice to make him the Wanderers all-time leading goal scorer.
The team qualified for the A-League finals to played the 3rd place Brisbane Roar. The game ended 1—1 after extra time and Wanderers lost the penalty shoot-out, ending their domestic season.
They started by defeating Wellington Phoenix 1—0 with new marquee signing Oriol Riera scoring in the th minute of the game. A routine 4—0 defeat of Bentleigh Greens followed in the Round of The quarter final match against Blacktown City FC was an epic encounter.
The Wanderers went out to an early 1—0 lead through an Oriol Riera penalty kick. Blacktown hit back in the second half and took the game to extra time, where substitute James Andrew scored to put Blacktown ahead.
Riera popped up again in the th minute to equalise, and the Wanderers held their nerve in the shootout to win it 4—2.
The Wanderers installed Hayden Foxe as caretaker manager while they looked to appoint a full-time manager. Josep Gombau was announced as the new manager for the Wanderers on 1 November The team then lost 3 in a row against Adelaide, Brisbane and a drubbing against city rivals Sydney FC.
Gombau stabilised the team somewhat in the busy January new year period, where he went 4 games without loss between January 1 to January 18, but the team were unable to string together more than 2 wins in a row.
A 3—0 win against Brisbane in the penultimate week of the season put them in the last play-off position, 1 point ahead of Brisbane and Perth, who were facing each other in the final week.
While a win would have secured a finals berth as Brisbane defeated Perth 3—2, the Wanderers season fell apart in the second half.
Having taken an early lead with an Oriol Riera goal, the Wanderers conceded two goals to Adelaide before Marcelo Carrusca levelled the game heading into half-time.
The 62nd minute sending off of Keanu Baccus for kicking out at an opponent left them a man down and needing to attack.
As they pushed players forward Adelaide kept breaking on the counter-attack, eventually scoring the winning goal in the 80th minute through Ryan Kitto.
On the 19 April, after a disappointing season where the Wanderers failed to qualify for the —18 A-League finals and players making problems with his management style known to reporters and the public, Gombau was fired.
After Gombau was sacked the Wanderers looked to Europe and appointed former German international player Markus Babbel to take over the side, on 19 May The A-League season began poorly for the Wanderers, winning just two games in the first half of the season in Rounds 3 and 7.
That second win against the Central Coast Mariners was the last win for 10 games, and included losing 6 games in a row in the congested January period.
Ultimately their early season form ensured that the Round 24 loss against Newcastle Jets was the final blow in their hopes to play in the A-League finals series.
Leeds won 2—1. The Wanderers played their first A-league match at their new home Bankwest Stadium on 12 October They defeated the Central Coast Mariners 2—1.
They then won their next 2 matches with a 2—1 win against Melbourne Victory and a 1—0 victory over Sydney FC in front of a record crowd of 28, On 20 January, Babbel was sacked due to a run of poor performances, and Jean-Paul de Marigny was named as the caretaker.
The 7 games played under the interim leadership of de Marigny saw the club win 3, draw 3 and lose 1 game. The draw with Sydney FC during the final Sydney Derby of the season saw the Wanderers go through a season without losing a game to Sydney FC since the Wanderers joined the competition in When the league was suspended in March as a result of the COVID pandemic in Australia , the results did little to improve the club position on the competition ladder and entered the suspension period in 8th place, four points behind the last finals position.
The league resumed in July, with the club playing 5 games to finish the season. They drew the first game, won the second, lost two games that effectively ended their chances of making the finals series, including a heavy loss against Western United and ended the season with a narrow win against Melbourne Victory.
The club ended the season in 9th place with 33 points, coming from 9 wins, 6 draws and 11 losses from 26 games. The Wanderers then sacked de Marigny on 12 October , offering a short statement that they had 'parted ways' and were going to appoint a new coach in the coming days.
Three days after the sacking of de Marigny, the club appointed Carl Robinson on 15 October as the new head coach. Robinson, an Welsh ex-international was the current head coach of fellow A-League side the Newcastle Jets and had lost only a single game since his arrival at Newcastle earlier in the year.
It was reported in the media that Robinson had a release clause in his contract that allowed him to leave the Jets, with the dire financial situation of Newcastle, whose owner Martin Lee had decided to sell the club and refused any additional funding played a role in his exit.
Western Sydney Wanderers club colours are red and black. The club's colours as well as its inaugural season kit was announced on 25 June , at a press conference held at Parramatta Stadium.
The club's second kit, worn when playing away from home, has the same hoop design as the home kit. The first away kit included a red and white jersey, black shorts and white socks.
The team's current away kit features white and gray hoops with white shorts and socks. The club badge incorporates the key elements of the Western Sydney landscape; the mountains, valleys and winding river system that runs throughout the region.
The new standard allowed the team to wear a gold star in perpetuity and in all competitions in recognition to the Asian title won. American manufacturer Nike signed a five-year partnership deal to start in the new club's first season.
The club's office and training facilities are located in the one location, Blacktown International Sportspark. This was done to foster a sense of belonging for all members of the staff no matter what position they hold at the club.
Parramatta Council as part of its bid to host the team in the city offered Council owned office space inside the Parramatta CBD but this was declined in favour of staying at Blacktown.
In September , the club announced the formation of a formal partnership with Blacktown City Council to make the Sportspark the long-term training and administrative home of the Wanderers.
On 26 July , it was officially announced that Parramatta Stadium would be the home ground of the club for all its home games.
Named after the team name and reference to former theme park in Western Sydney, Wonderland. Since plans to redevelop Parramatta Stadium were in the works, with some smaller expansion taking place.
With soccer being played year-round at Parramatta Stadium by Western Sydney Wanderers and the Parramatta Eels rugby league club, the potential for an upgrade and expansion of the stadium was heightened.
By mid a refurbishment of corporate facilities, player facilities and stadium amenities had been complete, while a decision to increase the capacity to the ground had stalled.
In September , the state government announced that the stadium would be demolished and replaced with the Western Sydney Stadium , a new 30, seat boutique venue on the same site.
Construction is expected to be completed by Campbelltown Stadium is a sporadically used stadium for the Wanderers. Western Sydney Wanderers is one of the A-League's better supported clubs.
The Daily Telegraph noted the impressive debut of the group,  whilst The Sydney Morning Herald described the group as "a noisy bunch on the northern hill".
The RBB have received much praise and attention for the atmosphere and passion they produce, most notably their call-and-response chant "Who do we sing for?
On 28 December , supporters of Western Sydney Wanderers were involved in an altercation with a group of Melbourne Victory supporters in a Melbourne street before a league match.
The incident was followed by the club's supporters igniting a flare during the match in Melbourne Rectangular Stadium. On 3 January , FFA responded by charging both clubs with bringing the game into disrepute.
The song reached 93 on the Australian iTunes chart. By the end of their inaugural season Western Sydney Wanderers had grown its membership base to 7, people,  with the club's total match attendance at home reaching ,, with an average of 12, Western Sydney Wanderers vs.
Sydney FC. The rivalry, regarded as the biggest in the A-League,  is largely based upon the historical, cultural and geographical " East " versus " West " mentality that takes place throughout sport and life in Sydney ,  though the rivalry between the two clubs also stems from the establishment and development of the A-League, which mirrored the pre-existing cultural and social divide of the city.
The two clubs first met in Wanderers inaugural season during the third round of the league on 20 October , with Wanderers losing the match 1—0 after a penalty scored by Alessandro Del Piero.
The match saw much drama with nine yellows and two red cards shown on the night. In May , it was confirmed that FFA had sold the club to a consortium headed by Australian businessman Paul Lederer , who was also appointed the role of Chairman, while John Tsatsimas took up the role of the club's first CEO following his role as General Manager since the club's inception.
The new ownership became effective as of 30 June Australian squads are limited to 23 players in the league competition , five of whom may be without an Australian citizenship and three players must be under 20 years of age.
The squad list includes only the principal nationality of each player; some players on the squad have dual citizenship with another country.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Wanderers captaincy history . Mark Bridge currently holds the team record for total number of games played with matches.
Nikolai Topor-Stanley has the second most appearances for the club with matches. Brendon Santalab is the third most capped player with matches. Western Sydney Wanderers all-time highest goalscorer in all competitions is Brendon Santalab with 41 goals.
The player with the second most goals scored for Wanderers is Mark Bridge , who has scored 38 goals for the club, followed by Oriol Riera with 31 goals scored in all competitions.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the men's soccer team. Home colours. Away colours. See also: Expansion of the A-League.
Western Sydney continues to be an important region for FFA. It is the heartland of football in NSW , it is one of the most popular football regions in the country, and we've always said we've wanted to have an A-League team to represent the Western Sydney region.
We were called a small club yesterday. Today we are the biggest in Asia. Topor-Stanley C. La Rocca. Main article: Sydney Derby A-League.
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