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Nikolai Topor-Stanley has left the Wanderers

Departure of Nikolai end of a Wanderers era

The departure on Monday of Nikolai Topor-Stanley is the end of an era even for a young club like the Western Sydney Wanderers. Following four incredible seasons in the Red & Black, two as captain, the big defender has signed with a club in the United Arab Emirates but heRead more »

The Western Sydney Wanderers will play one of their A-League games at Campbelltown Stadium.

Campbelltown can wait – Sydney derby to break records

The Western Sydney Wanderers will play their annual “community round’’ clash at Campbelltown Stadium later in the season. But in the meantime, the mighty Red &Black Bloc will be part of a record crowd at ANZ Stadium this Saturday night in round one of the A-League. More than 60,000 fansRead more »

Western Sydney Wanderers will be in Campbelltown for their FFA Cup clash with the Phoenix on August 2.

Campbelltown to host Wanderers FFA Cup clash

Campbelltown Sports Stadium will host big time soccer next month. The Western Sydney Wanderers will square off against fellow A-League outfit Wellington Phoenix in the FFA Cup Round of 32 on Tuesday, August 2 at Campbelltown Stadium. The match kick off is scheduled for 8pm. It will be the firstRead more »

Mark Bridge wins award again

Wanderers awards: Bridge takes top honour for second time

Mark Bridge has become the first player to win two Wanderers Medals as the forward celebrated a remarkable season by winning the club’s top honour for 2015/16. The Macarthur resident first received the Hyundai A-League Player of the Season presented by NRMA Insurance in the Red & Black’s inaugural yearRead more »


It’s on again: futsal championships kick off

The FFA National Futsal Championships has officially kicked off in NSW and MARK STAVROULAKIS reports that after a successful 2015 tournament in Sydney, the action-packed week-long event will showcase some of the best talent this country has to offer in what experts say is one of the fastest growing sports inRead more »


Football kicks goals as player numbers surge

Macarthur was among four football associations which recorded a 10 percent increase in player numbers in the past 12 months. And across NSW the popularity of soccer – football, the beautiful game, call it what you will – has surged so much in the past year it now boasts moreRead more »

W-League derby

W-League derby ends in a draw

The Western Sydney Wanderers have played out an entertaining 2-2 draw in this season’s second  Women’s League Sydney derby. The Wanderers fought back twice and could have walked away with more had American star Keelin Winters converted a first-half penalty during Sunday’s W-League clash. The game opened at a freneticRead more »

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