Sydney FC play in sky and navy blue shirts with navy blue shorts and sky blue socks. This sky blue colour represents the state colour of New South Wales. Other colours navy blue is also mixed with orange and white. The crest features a specially designed Sydney Opera House above the ball and a Commonwealth star.
Sydney FC are and Australian football club which plays in the A-League. Sydney FC are one of the most successful teams as they have won the premiership twice and Grand Final twice. They won the league in 2006 and 2010. Sydney are also the only team to have won the OFC Champions League before the league moved to the AFC. The club are the only team to have won the A-League, W-League and the National Youth League. The club play their home games in the Allianz Stadium which holds 45,500 people.
Australian A-League side Sydney FC have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
Recently signed with adidas, Australian A-League side Sydney FC have inked a new kit deal with PUMA Football commencing for the 2015-16 season. Set to last until the 2018-19 season, as part of the new deal PUMA Football will produce home and away playing kits as well as Asian Champions League and [...]
Australian A-League club Sydney FC have officially launched their new home kit for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by adidas, the new home strip for Sydney features the exact same template seen on the new Swansea City home kit boasting a super slick design [...]
Sydney FC today officially unveiled its shirts for the 2013/14 Hyundai A-League season with Sydney FC and kit supplier adidas working together to design kits that reflect the traditions of the Sky Blues. Sydney FC will play its home matches in traditional sky blue shirts with a continuation o [...]
Australian A-League club Sydney FC, the current club of Italian and Juventus legend Alessandro del Piero, will be wearing a special one-off "Community Strip" in their next game on Sunday against Brisbane Roar [...]
The club were founded in 2004 when Football NSW announced their intention to bid for a place in the new A-League competition. They played their first competitive match against Queensland Roar as part of the qualifying tournament to enter the 2005 Oceania Club Championship. They also qualified for the 2005 FIFA Club World Championship in Japan. Sydney FC signed marquee player and former Manchester United star Dwight Yorke. The clubs first season in the A-League was successful as they came 2nd.
Notable former players include John Aloisi, Brett Emerton, Juninho, and Dwight Yorke. Sydney FC's current marquee player is Alessandro Del Piero from Italian giants Juventus.