Steve’s Sydney sparkle to reach semis

Sydney FC 3 Western United 0 There was an omen for the A-League season ahead in clear sight at Leichhardt Oval on Sunday as Steve Corica made himself available to sign autographs with the crowd after his dominant team had dispatched a tentative Western United in the quarter finals of the Australia Cup. Such isContinue reading “Steve’s Sydney sparkle to reach semis”

Sydney FC dampen APIA celebrations

APIA Leichhardt 0 Sydney FC 2 The newly crowned NPL premiers APIA Leichhardt were no match for their A-League neighbours who cruised to a comfortable victory on a rotten rainy night in the Inner West of our beautiful city. Second-half goals from Patrick Wood and Anthony Caceres were enough to seal the Sky Blues theirContinue reading “Sydney FC dampen APIA celebrations”

Sydney FC cup win at WIN

There’s something magical about the Australia Cup this year. Maybe it’s the way the fixtures are shoe-horned into the rest days of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, maybe it’s just the hype and hysteria around football right now. Whatever the case, this round of 32 clash between Sydney FC and champions Central Coast Mariners livedContinue reading “Sydney FC cup win at WIN”

Entertaining stalemate

Sydney FC 1 Melbourne City 1 The first leg of the A-League semi-finals gave Sydney FC a chance to farewell Allianz Stadium for the 2022/23 season in style and tee up a second leg with an honest chance of causing the upset against premiers Melbourne City. The visitors took the lead with a searing freeContinue reading “Entertaining stalemate”

Bang average West West Wanderers schooled by Coveless Sky Blues

Western Sydney Wanderers 1 Sydney FC 2 As Sydney derby games go, this elimination finals game was the biggest ever, and it lived up to its billing with drama and excitement across the 90 minutes at the temporary home of APL Finals football in Western Sydney. Western Sydney Wanderers shaded the first half and wereContinue reading “Bang average West West Wanderers schooled by Coveless Sky Blues”

Sydney FC. Premiers and Champions.

Western United 0 Sydney FC 4 There’s nothing like that winning feeling, the culmination of a whole season of dedication, and Sydney FC have double the reason to celebrate this time after a thumping grand final win at Commbank Stadium secured the A-League women double on Sunday. Goals to Madison Haley, Nat Tobin and aContinue reading “Sydney FC. Premiers and Champions.”

Sydney stumble into finals

In what was anything but a routine home win, Sydney FC secured fifth spot in the A-League ladder with goals from Adam Le Fondre and Patrick Wood. Confirming their elimination final spot against crosstown rivals Western Sydney Wanderers, they will be without young gun Jaiden Kucharski after he picked up two quickfire yellow cards, andContinue reading “Sydney stumble into finals”

Last chance saloon for Sydney women’s

Sydney FC 0 Western United 1 A second-half onslaught was not enough to salvage the A-League women’s semi-final and send it into extra-time. Instead, Sydney FC were condemned to another semi-final at home to old foes Melbourne Victory next week, a match that no one wanted. A fired-up Cove capo Michelle MMTV was left cursingContinue reading “Last chance saloon for Sydney women’s”

The good, the bad and the ugly as Sydney FC women take the crown.

Sydney FC Women 4 Newcastle Jets Women 0Sydney FC Men 3 Western United Men 3 Boom! After Western United won earlier on Saturday, there was only one plausible outcome from the first and most important game of the double-header at Allianz Stadium, and that was a Sydney FC victory. Two goals a-piece from Mackenzie HawkesbyContinue reading “The good, the bad and the ugly as Sydney FC women take the crown.”

Glorious, glorious entertainment

Sydney FC 4 Perth Glory 2 – A League Women A key fixture in a busy end-of-season schedule brought a fired-up Perth Glory to Kogarah in search of a result to catapult them into top-four contention. In their way were Sydney FC, hoping to build on the weekend’s big result and take themselves to theContinue reading “Glorious, glorious entertainment”